August Events 2022
Summer at the Springs Package
7 Days a Week
2 Night’s lodging, wine and cheese upon arrival & 2 gourmet breakfasts for two at Highlawn Inn.
$100 Spa Gift Certificate at Atasia Spa.
Rates from $378.00 to $544.00 (double occupancy) depending upon room selection. Taxes and gratuities not included.
Please make all Package reservations through Highlawn Inn 304-258-5700 or 888-290-4163
Not valid with any other specials, packages, holidays or gift certificates.
Reservations subject to Highlawn Inn’s regular reservation policies.
Visit us at
River and Lake Adventures. Crafts Adventures. 800-814-5980
Yoga Every Sat 9am with Hiroko Rubin in Berkeley Springs State Park
Every Fri, Sat, Movies 5pm & 8pm. Sun Movies 4pm & 7pm. Star Theatre.
Farmers Market Every Sunday 10am-2pm Fairfax Green.
August 6 1pm Concert. Join Morgan Community Concert Band for a free concert. Cacapon State Park Gazebo.
August 6 1-3:30pm MACreate South Art Class. Includes a short walk in our forest, deep relaxation session preceding an invitation to compose original Nature Haikus. Cacapon State Park with instructor Eddy Rubin. Bring a pencil/pen, a writing pad, and a towel or exercise mat. Meet at Nature Center. $35. Sponsored Morgan Arts Council. 304-258-2300
August 6 5:30pm Concert in the Berkeley Springs State Park. The Nighthawks Blues & Roots Rock You can call their music blues, soul, roots music…or, as Sonny Boy Williamson said: “You can call it your Mama if you want to.” With a sound that spans all genres while still somehow sounding like a Chicago blues band is so many respects, the Nighthawks have remained one of the top-rated bands in the U.S. and beyond. Sponsored by Morgans Art Council. 304-258-2300
August 6 7pm Live Music. Rhythm Kings. The Naked Olive Lounge. 304-500-2668
August 13 5:30pm Concert in the Berkeley Springs State Park. Blair Crimmins & the Hookers Jazz, Dixieland and Ragtime Blair Crimmins & The Hookers will make a jazzbo out of you. This ain’t your great-grandfather’s ragtime, and Blair Crimmins isn’t any quaint Dixieland revivalist. While honoring his influences, Blair adds his own swinging southern panache with dashing youthful vehemence: rapid-fire lyrics and an audacious hair-tossing delivery. The sound evokes the hot jazz, ragtime and blues of the 1020s. Sponsored by Morgans Art Council. 304-258-2300
August 13 7pm Live Music. Acoustic Soul Live. The Naked Olive Lounge. 304-500-2668
August 20 5:30pm Concert in the Berkeley Springs State Park. Heather Maloney Indie Rock & Americana Heather Maloney’s music is riveting, her voice adventurous, her lyrics thought provoking. Her expansive range can handle Ella Fitzgerald-style jazz scat and adapt to Beatlesque pop or Joni Mitchell folk. Maloney’s influences are largely rooted in what she calls “adventurous folk.” A singer and songwriter, Maloney’s music is smart, catchy and soulful, based in the traditions of ‘50s folk music through those of mid-late ‘90s acoustic-based coffeehouse heroes and heroines. She uses juicy touches of pop and a little dash of rock ’n’ roll. Her songs are personal. Her passion is contagious. Heather has toured nationally as a headliner as well as in support of acts like Lake Street Dive, Shakey Graves, Gary Clark Jr., Colin Hay, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and many more. The New York Times called her music “utterly gorgeous, visceral” and SPIN Magazine described her as “stunning, breathy, and starkly memorable”. Sponsored by Morgans Art Council. 304-258-2300
August 27 2-4:30pm MACreate Art Class. Learn to dye fabric with indigo, a plant that creates a beautiful blue color with instructor Jane Frenke. Dress for a mess. Supplies provided. $35 at the Ice House. Morgan Arts Council. 304-258-2300
August 27 Midnight. “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”. Complete with props and sing-alongs. Star Theatre.
August 30-September 3 6pm-10pm Fireman’s Carnival. Rides, entertainment, and food to benefit South Morgan Fire Department.