Shinnston WV Events
For your Dining Pleasure - Thursday is Spaghetti Night at Jimmy's Diner: Salad, bread, and all the spaghetti (or rigatoni) you wish to eat for $5.99 plus tax. Jimmy's is the restaurant version of CHEERS. Jimmy's is open from 11 AM to 8 PM Monday thru Thursday; 11 AM to 9 PM Friday and Saturday; 11am to 3 PM Sunday.
Bl Margaret d Castillo Chapel of Perpetual Adoration on Mahlon St. is open to ALL for prayer or meditation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Shinnston News & Announcements
A message from Sunset-Ellis Drive-in: Opening April 25 for the 2014 Season!!!
Sunset-Ellis Flea Market Opening April 26 for the 2014 Season!
Lowe Public Library has opened a Genealogy Room! The Genealogy Room at the Lowe Public Library will be open every Wednesday from Noon until 5 p.m.
Shinn descendents and History Buffs are now able to visit the 1778 Shinn Log House. Contact the Gillum House 304-592-0177.
The Shinnston Activities Committee is currently planning events for 2014. Come often to see what is next! Call 304-592-5631 for more information or visit Shinnston's Events Page. Volunteers are encouraged/welcome.
Shinnston Events for your perusal:
The 2014 Calendar of Events is being compiled by the Shinnston Activities Committee. Watch here for updates to the Schedule of Events.
September 15, 2013: Katelyn Hollar was named Miss Frontier Days 2013
August 2 - Annual Citywide Yard Salre
August 8 - Randall Hall Day at the Bice-Ferguson Memorial Museum
2014 Theatre in the Park Schedule
August 8 - Singers (Rat Pack on Demand) 7pm
September 13 - Fearless Fools 7pm
Bice-Ferguson Memorial Museum announced 2014 Program Schedule
Thursday, 2-6 pm, Friday & Saturday 10-2 pm
July Art Display
August 8 Randall Hall Day : Reception from 5 P.M. to 8 P.M. with short program at 7
September tba Living History
September 24-27 Frontier Days-Quilts
October Essay Contest on “Citizenship”
November 11 Veterans Day
Reservations for Pavilions at the Park are now being taken at City Hall at 40 Main Street, Shinnston or online at www.shinnstonwv.com. For more information call 304-592-5631.
The telephone was invented in 1876. The Bice-Ferguson Museum features an "anchor" exhibit of telephone equipment dating from the 1880s. There is also a new exhibit every month during the Museum season.
Shinnston Community Band rehearsals for the annual Independence Concert in July will resume at Lincoln High School in the Spring. Watch for info on rehearsals!!. When rehearsals begin again, plan to spend your Tuesday evenings with the Band at Lincoln High School Band Room at 7 PM. Call Bandland 1-304-622-1171 for information about joining the band or about our concerts. All instruments are welcome - so dust off your musical instrument and come join us.
Shinnston Community Band CDs Available Shinnston Community Band's latest CD's, Shinnston Community Band Salutes America and Shinnston Community Band Christmas Concert 2002 are available at the Gillum House in Shinnston.