Daily Archive for September 26 2011
On Monday, Kureha PGA LLC opened the doors on its new specialty plastics facility in Belle. It was an event that attracted West Virginia dignitaries such as Sen. Joe Manchin, Rep. Shelley Moore Capito and Acting Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. The grand opening was the culimation of a three year journey for the company.
In 2008, Kureha announced its plans for construction inside the DuPont plant’s fence line in Belle. Also that year, the leadership team and engineering staff of Kureha, who were responsible for designing, constructing and operating the $100 million facility, made their professional home in the Charleston Area Alliance’s business incubator at 1116 Smith Street.
The Alliance partnered with the West Virginia Development Office and then-Gov. Joe Manchin to help recruit Kureha to the Kanawha Valley. Kureha is just one example of how the Alliance works to attract new jobs and investments, helps businesses accelerate profitability, launches visionary community and cultural enhancements and develops the talent and resources that promote success and opportunity for all.
The Alliance is proud to have Kureha call the Kanawha Valley home. We congratulate the company on its grand opening.
Call 304-744-1400 to purchase tickets or get more information.
2011-2012 This Magic Moment Performance Season
October 9, 2011 – Jay & the Americans
Elected into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2002, Jay and the Americans will highlight their twelve Top 10 recordings including “This Magic Moment,” “Cara Mia,” “Only in America,” “Come a Little Closer,” and many others.
November 6, 2011 – Simply Sinatra starring Steve Lippa and his Big Band
Steve Lippia has toured the world singing in the Sinatra mold. Audiences and critics alike are amazed when they hear him and unanimous in their praise. You, too, will be amazed and delighted when you hear Steve sing the classics of Ol’ Blue Eyes.
January 29. 2012 – Southern Fried Jazz Band
The Southern Fried Jazz Band returns after too long of an absence with a superb array of Dixieland and blues, played the way they are meant to be played. For kids and grown-ups alike, each performance of the Southern Fried Jazz Band evolves into an experience to be remembered long after it has left the stage.
March 4, 2012 – Elisabeth von Trapp
The Boston Globe states, “Before the concert is over, she will have the audience gasping with the sheer beauty of her voice.” Von Trapp is the granddaughter of legendary Maria and Baron von Trapp, whose story inspired The Sound of Music. Elisabeth is carrying on the von Trapp legend with her own artistic style that is ethereal and earthy, delicate and powerful. No one leaves a von Trapp performance unchanged; audiences of all ages are awed by the beauty of her voice and musical arrangements.
April 14, 2012 – The Duttons
Direct from Branson, Missouri, the Duttons provide a true family show, performing a wide variety of music from classics to country, pops to rock and much more. The Duttons were top ten finalists on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” and have been their own theater show in Branson.
All performances are at the Municipal Auditorium at 3 p.m. Free parking is available at the CASCI lot on a first-come-first-served basis. Call 304-744-1400 for tickets.
Season Ticket Prices Are:
$90 for adults
$10 for youths under 18
$30 for full-time college students
Individual Show Ticket Prices Are:
$35 for adults
$5 for youths under 18
$10 for full-time college students
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