1. What's Happening in Roanoke
  1. Jun 29
  2. Market Wednesdays

    Recurring weekly on Wednesday May 4 to Aug. 31 Market Wednesdays will be held every Wednesday from May 4 to Aug. 31. Stop by during lunch and enjoy a mid-day pick me up, plus live entertainment, games, and activities on the City Market.
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  3. Mill Mountain Theatre: All The World’s a Stage

    This show is an original production adapted by MMT's Education Associate, Jay Briggs, and Amanda Sox. This fast-paced play combines an exploration of Shakespeare’s biography with an introduction to some of his timeless characters and themes. As 2016 marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, MMT will celebrate the life and work of the poet and playwright prolific enough to be known simply as “The Bard.”
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  1. Jul 1
  2. Art By Night

    On the first Friday of each month, the WILSON HUGHES gallery - contemporary fine art & craft and other downtown Roanoke Art Galleries are open late! ART BY NIGHT showcases Roanoke’s thriving arts community, featuring diverse galleries, museums and artist’s studios. This event supports Roanoke’s talented, local artists, and brings the community together through art openings, live music and demonstrations.
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  3. First Fridays

    Presented by HomeTown Bank, First Fridays raises money for local area non-profits! Come out to support the Roanoke Valley's best charities. The events feature live music in an outdoor setting. Beer and Wine are on sale. Bring your co-workers, neighbors, and friends and kick off your weekend! Visit our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/First-Fridays-at-Five-28457820669/ or website www.firstfridaysroanoke.com for event details.
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  1. Jul 2
  2. TAP Hope Fest

    TAP Hope Fest is a one-day music festival and Independence Day celebration taking place on Saturday, July 2. This event is intended to bring together people of all ages from all walks of life, while making a positive and enriching economic and cultural impact in Roanoke. Hope Fest will bring live music, food and beverages, craft vendors, a kids zone, tribute to the troops and more to Roanoke’s Elmwood Park.
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  1. Jul 4
  2. Riverland Walnut Hill Neighbors meeting

    Contact president Kathy Hill for more info
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  3. Roanoke's Fireworks on the Fourth

    Celebrate an evening of red, white and boom with the City of Roanoke’s annual fireworks show at River’s Edge Sports Complex on July 4 beginning at 9:30 p.m. This year’s fireworks show is presented by the City of Roanoke, The Roanoke Times, WFXR, and Downtown Roanoke, Inc. Before the fireworks, enjoy patriotic music from Winds of the Blue Ridge starting at 8 p.m. With the road closures of Wiley Drive and Reserve Avenue for the event, spectators are encouraged to take advantage of park…
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