[HALLOEAST] HallowEast2 Zombie Walk

Go to www.halloweast.com and click on ZOMBIE WALK to sign up

[ART] October Downtown Charleston ArtWalk

Thursday – October 21st! 5pm – 8pm

Participating Galleries
Art Emporium Gallery
Chet Lowther Studio
Gallery Eleven
Good News Mountaineer Garage Gallery
Romano & Associates’ Offices
Stray Dog Antiques
Taylor Books – Annex Gallery
The Purple Moon
Visions Day Spa

For more information visit  http://www.charlestonartwalk.com/

[CONFERENCE] Hack3rCon Speak3r Schedule and Map

For more information visit hack3rcon.org.

[FUNDRAISER] East End Food Pantry Fundraiser at Delish

Wednesday, October 20 – 6:00pm – 8:00pm
110 McFarland Street, Charleston. Only $8 per person gets a big plate of Delish cooking, plus free drink and free refills. Proceeds help support East End Pet Food Pantry. Donations will also be accepted at Delish throughout October!

[VIDEO] Radio Freee Charleston 112: Toxic Soup Shirt

RFC 112 “Toxic Soup Shirt” from Rudy Panucci on Vimeo.

Production Notes

[HALLOWEEN] “Jazz From Hell” Trailer

A preview of “Jazz From Hell,” the 2010 Radio Free Charleston Halloween Special, starring Melanie Larch, Chelsea Cook, Kevin Pauley, Lee Harrah, Craig Auge, Rudy Panucci and a cast of many others. Rudy says it should be online before Halloween.

[BOOKS] The 10th Annual West Virginia Book Festival

What West Virginia Book Festival
When Saturday, October 16, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday, October 17, noon to 6 p.m.
Where Charleston Civic Center

The 10th annual West Virginia Book Festival will be held October 16 and 17 at the Charleston Civic Center. The festival is a celebration of books and reading, mostly focusing on authors who are connected to West Virginia or the Appalachian region.

This two-day event features many components and offers something for all age groups. Authors, a Festival Marketplace, a used book sale, a special children’s area and a variety of workshops and programs focusing on books and reading are all part of the festival.  Admission to the festival is free. For more information visit www.wvbookfestival.org.

[ROAD TRIP] West Virginia Fall Driving Tours

West Virginia Department of Commerce Fall Driving Tours

[HALLOWEEN] HallowEast 2 Video

[BOOKS] Online Book Group: The Girl Who Fell From the Sky

Join the discussion of The Girl Who Fell from the Sky by Heidi Durrow the discussion began on Thursday, September 30 and will end on Monday, November 1.

You can access the discussion through KCPL’s Facebook page. A new question will be posted every week on Thursday afternoon. You can respond to any of the questions at any time.

Then get ready to meet the author!  Heidi Durrow will be at the West Virginia Book Festival on Saturday, October 16th.

Registration for the Online Book Group is not required, but copies of The Girl Who Fell from the Sky are limited and can be picked up at any KCPL location.

For more info:  http://kanawhalibrary.org/advisory/bookgroups.html