Martinsville, Virginia


Clogging Class, Native American Storytelling & More

Clogging Class

Have you ever wanted to be one of the folks dancing at our Music Night?  Join us on Tuesdays here at the Centre and learn to clogg.  Marla Perry, a member of the Old Dominion Cloggers, will begin a clogging class Tuesday, July 11, 18, 27, 2:00pm to 3:00pm.  Learn the basic clogging steps and then join us on Music Night to dance.  Cost of the class is $20/members & $25/non-members.  Call the Centre to register, 276-957-5757.

Music Night 

Music Night at Spencer-Penn Centre is Friday, July 14.  Doors open at 5pm.  Open MIC is at 5:30, bring your instrument and join the group.  At 6:20, Zepher Lightning Bolts will take the stage for some great bluegrass music.  Two Young Two Old will be on at 7:40. There will be special performances by The Old Dominion Cloggers.  It’s sure to be a great night of music and dancing.  Dust off your dancing shoes, grab a friend and come hungry, we will have the air conditioning on.  Concessions will be available.  A $4 donation is requested for admission.  Call the Centre for more information, 276-957-5757.

Basket Making Class

Need a gift for someone special, or just want to try your hand at making a basket?  Join us at the Spencer-Penn Centre on July 15, 9:15am to noon for our basket making class.  Hazel Coleman will be the instructor.  This is a great class and has been growing each month.  The cost of the class: $25 to $45.00 depending on the basket.    Call the Centre to pre-register, 276-957-5757 or 276-957-1521.

Native American Storytelling 
Thursday, August 17 & 24, 6:30-8:30pm, Cost $20/member, $25/non-member

Join us at Spencer Penn Centre as we welcome Renae Butterfly Morning Wagoner for a storytelling program.  Discover a new and unique way to uncover links in your family tree through Native American storytelling.  American Indian, Renae Butterfly Morning Wagoner, shares stories that will put a different spin on traditional genealogical research, all while enjoying the fun!  The stories will have you laughing, crying, and most importantly, thinking.