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Library board, bar members discuss law library move

New member, Sam Knapp, takes seat

Jury finds Waddle guilty in dog maiming trial

The defendant, Michael Waddle, was convicted of three counts, including felony animal cruelty in the brutal beating death of Noodles, a pet hound.

Banister in the spotlight with Wild Blue River Festival


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Sellers late model champ at SBS

Sellers secured the track championship with fourth-place and second-place finishes in Saturday night’s pair of 75-lap late model races at SBS.

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Sing backup to spirituals at Prizery performance Sept. 27

Rehearsals set for Sept. 27 concert

Music, art, pottery classes for kids at The Prizery

The Prizery arts center announces its lineup of summer classes for children and teens, which range from the purely artistic to the deliciously culinary. Classes will be held at The Prizery arts center. Morning classes will feature a break for a snack brought from home; The Prizery does not have vending machines. To register, call (434) 572-8339 or visit http://www.prizery.com except where noted. Class sizes are limited.

Philadanco plays the Prizery

South Boston News
Philadanco brought played the Prizery Wednesday night, making up for a planned February performance that had been cancelled due to snow. The dance troupe put on performances on Tuesday for fifth grade students. (David Conner II photo)

Philadanco brings energy, fame to Prizery stage Wednesday

South Boston News
Philadanco appears at The Prizery arts center on Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. Critics nationwide rave: “fierce and sensuous by turns” (New York magazine); “high-speed wonders” (Los Angeles Times). For 40 years, Philadanco’s dancers have been shaping the world of dance. A free, light reception follows the show. Tickets are $15-$29. Deep discounts are available for groups of 12 or more; ask for Bob Mares. For tickets, call (434) 572-8339 or visit http://www.prizery.com.
The Prizery arts center is thrilled to welcome the renowned Philadanco dancers this Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., followed by a free light reception.

Lawson Creek Grass plays the Prizery

South Boston News
Lawson Creek Grass played its final show with the current lineup Saturday night at the Prizery in South Boston. The band, consisting of Joe Dawson, Butch Dawson, Danny Fitts, Greg Long, Bud Cole, Keith Prevette and Charlotte Prevette, bid farewell to the Prevettes, who will be leaving the band. Lawson Creek Grass formed four years ago and has produced two CDs. (David Conner II photo)

Richmond Symphony performs at the Prizery

South Boston News
The Richmond Symphony returned to the Prizery Thursday night for its annual Spring visit. Erin R. Freeman returned as conductor. Thursday's performance was made possible by a grant from the Virginia Commission for the Arts and sponsorship from Dr. Richard Allen Tri County Gastroenterology, Simmons and Associates Realty and Barbara and Walter Bass. One of the nation’s leading regional orchestras, each year it gives more than 100 performances to 125,000 listeners. Founded in 1957, the Symphony just named a few months ago its fifth music director, Steven Smith. (David Conner II photo)

Lawson Creek plays Saturday at Prizery

South Boston News
Lawson Creek Grass plays its last concert will all current members this Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at The Prizery arts center. The Alton-based band has enjoyed a strong four years, with myriad gigs and two CDs to its credit. For tickets, call 572-8339 during business hours, stop by the box office or buy online, for a small surcharge, at http://www.prizery.com.
It’ll be a bittersweet, unforgettable evening – and a fantastic show – Saturday when Lawson Creek Grass of Alton performs its last concert with all members together. The Prizery arts center plays host at 7:30 p.m.

Richmond Symphony returns to Prizery

South Boston News
The Richmond Symphony with Erin R. Freeman conducting will play a versatile program at The Prizery arts center on Thursday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m. For tickets, call (434) 572-8339, stop by during business hours or visit http://www.prizery.com (for a small surcharge).
In what’s become practically a rite of spring, the Richmond Symphony with Erin R. Freeman conducting will play at The Prizery on Thursday, May 20 at 7:30 p.m.

Quilting Ladies exhibit continues

South Boston News
Currently on exhibit in the Cage Gallery at the Prizery is “Quilting Ladies,” sponsored by Parsons-Bruce Art Association. The show, designed and organized by Ralph Wileman, is the association’s contribution to “Minds Wide Open,” Virginia’s 2010 celebration of Women in the Arts. The exhibit is a salute to the North Halifax Quilting Ladies and focuses on the history and purpose of the group and information on the art of quilting. Pictured is quilting lady Sue Tucker, one of the youngest members of the team. Residing in the Stovall community, she was born in Pittsylvania County to a large family of seven girls and three boys. Along with quilting, she counts gardening and puzzles as her hobbies. She teaches Sunday School and considers the Quilting Ladies to be like “church family.” The exhibit will remain on display through May 31 and is open during Prizery business hours and during events.

Quilting exhibit continues at The Prizery

South Boston News
QUILTING LADIES EXHIBIT CONTINUES - Currently on exhibit in the Cage Gallery at the Prizery is “Quilting Ladies,” sponsored by Parsons-Bruce Art Association. The show, designed and organized by Ralph Wileman, is the association’s contribution to “Minds Wide Open,” Virginia’s 2010 celebration of Women in the Arts. The exhibit is a salute to the North Halifax Quilting Ladies and focuses on the history and purpose of the group and information on the art of quilting. Pictured is quilting lady Jettie Waller. The matriarch of the group, Jettie resides in the North Staunton community and is ninety-two years of age. The mother of four reports that quilting is a joy and helps her continue to feel productive. Once, after having broken her right hand, she learned to use her left and continued quilting. The exhibit will remain on display through May 31 and is open during Prizery business hours and during events.

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