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Missoula Children’s Theatre presents ‘Aladdin’ at Smoot

April 9, 2015 A group of local students will present “Aladdin” for two shows Saturday at the Smoot Theatre as part of the 18th annual Missoula Children’s Theatre program in Parkersbur. more »»

Auditions for ‘Noises Off’ by Theatre de Jeunesse

April 9, 2015 The Theatre de Jeunesse youth theater program will be holding auditions Saturday and Sunday for local high school and early college aged young adults for a July production of “Noises Of. more »»

Springtime river fun

April 2, 2015 The weather may be a little chilly this Saturday but it likely won’t deter the young and young-at-heart from enjoying many of the egg hunts around town. more »»

Egg hunts, other holiday activities this weekend

April 2, 2015 A number of Easter Egg hunts and activities are planned this weekend around the Mid-Ohio Valley. more »»

Think outside the Easter baskets

March 28, 2015 From Lego sets to “Frozen,” book-filled baskets to movies, every child enjoys something a little different in their Easter basket, no matter the age. more »»

4-H Endowment Dinner

March 26, 2015 By Erin E. O’Neill The Marietta Times eoneill@mariettatimes. more »»

MOV Ballet presents ‘The Little Mermaid’

March 26, 2015 From staff reports The Mid-Ohio Valley Ballet Company will present the original ballet “The Little Mermaid” at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Marietta High School Auditoriu. more »»

Book giveway and more

March 19, 2015 A book giveaway, carnival games and silent auction will take over the Ely Chapman Education Foundation during Saturday’s Spring Fling event. The event starts at 10 a.m. and runs through 2 p.m. more »»

Colony Film Festival showcases indy productions

March 19, 2015 From staff reports The ninth annual Colony Film Festival will be Friday and Saturday at the Putnam Street Commons in downtown Mariett. more »»


March 14, 2015 Whoever thinks something old and something new are mutually exclusive objects has a lot to learn from the trendy crafting movement of upcycling. more »»

Annual Irish Gathering is Sunday

March 12, 2015 The Sunday before St. Patrick’s Day, Irish Catholic (and Protestant) Americans of the Mid-Ohio Valley — and those who support them — come together to feast, drink and be merry. more »»

Mid-Ohio Valley Heritage Quilt Show

March 12, 2015 From staff reports PARKERSBURG — The Blennerhassett Museum of Regional History will hold its 11th annual Mid-Ohio Valley Heritage Quilt Show from this Saturday through March 22 in downtown... more »»


March 5, 2015 Melissa and Andrew have known each other for 50 years and through a series of letters the two have written back and forth, the audience learns just how deeply they are connected. more »»

Trivia Crack

February 28, 2015 What is the largest bone in the human body? Who says the famous salute “Live long and prosper?” Who was assassinated in Sarajevo, sparking World War I? Those are just some of the questions in Trivi... more »»

Fur Ball

February 26, 2015 Devola resident Mark Wurtzbacher is a strong believer in not getting dogs from breeders or pet stores. “I have two rescue dogs — I have never purchased a dog,” he said. more »»

Great American Home Show this weekend

February 26, 2015 From staff reports PARKERSBURG — After years of providing information to local homeowners and customers, the 2015 Great American Home Show will be returning to its former home at the National Guard... more »»

‘Grease’ at MHS: A classic play comes to life

February 25, 2015 This weekend, "Grease" is the word in Marietta, as Marietta City Schools will open Friday with the all-school production of the popular 1950s-themed musica. more »»

Piercing popularity

February 21, 2015 Seeing a pierced nose, lip or eyebrow is so common these days that most people at least know someone with a piercing, even if they do not have one themselves. more »»

Chicken pot pie fundraiser

February 19, 2015 If you have seen a human-sized yellow chicken pacing the streets of Marietta lately, your eyes are not deceiving you. more »»

Kids have active role in Guild project

February 19, 2015 By Wayne Towner Special to the Times PARKERSBURG — From learning about dancing, singing and acting to how to paint a set, build a prop or operate a spotlight, nearly 60 local children have spent... more »»



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