Enter to win this sweet cooler

Enter to win this awesome vintage style Coors Banquet cooler

About the cooler:

Quality craftsmanship and an age-old design. The Coors Banquet Vintage Ice Chest Cooler is the ideal way to store your favorite beer. With friends at home or in the great outdoors, this retro designed ice chest is a must-have. The 13 l capacity keeps up to 18 cans ice cold and ready to enjoy, and the thick durable liner make this cooler easy to clean.

 

  • Official Coors banquet design
  • Holds up to 18 cans or 12 bottles
  • 13 l capacity
  • Thick and durable liner keeps the contents cold and is easy to clean
  • Metal exterior with paint finish
  • Polished chrome exterior accents
  • Locking handle with lid to keep contents secured
  • Built-in bottle opener
  • Retails for around $70

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The ultimate list of Xmas beers

The best Christmas beer includes a wide range of domestic and imported beers. Many breweries are making special seasonal beers to appeal to holiday drinkers. Some of these brews combine various Christmastime flavors like vanilla, ginger and cinnamon to give the beer a nice, high-quality flavor. Others are just dark and stout, offering up a classic winter beer to please even the pickiest beer connoisseur. This list includes some of the best beers offered during the holiday season, so be sure to vote for the ones you’ve tried and loved (and vote down the beers you don’t think even Drunk Santa would imbibe).

Great Lakes Christmas Ale comes in at number 2 on the list, but any of our fine beers made Santa’s nice list this year including: Sam Adams Holiday Porter, Old Fezziwig  and White Christmas, Blue Moon Winter Abbey Ale and Coors Winterfest.

One thing to note about many of these Christmas beers: The alcohol content may be slightly higher than a traditional, domestic beer. Keep that in mind, because once you find the perfect Christmas brew, it’s quite easy to overdo things. Nothing squelches a great holiday gathering among friends and family like a killer Christmas hangover. Ho ho ho!

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Fridays @ 5 from 6/3-8/5

Friday’s @ Five Summer Concert Series on the Town Square

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Friday’s @ Five  at the Town Square, Presenting Sponsor by Gibson & Associates, Sponsor by  The City of Martinsburg, The Martinsburg Convention & Visitors Bureau and Main Street Martinsburg, Bowles Rice Attorney at Law, Advocate Insurance Group, Dopson & Associates, State Farm Insurance-Kay Lewis Agency, Internet-Essentials from Comcast, Concert Technologies and Miller’s Auto Group. A series of free outdoor concerts by well-known musicians, bands and Martinsburg artists that will liven up your spirits and maybe even get you into a dancing mood. Bands will perform a wide variety of indigenous musical styles, including jazz, rock, Bluegrass, pop, Classic Rock, Country and unique Americana and more. You can bring your own chairs or blankets and sit on the ground. The front of the stage on the South lawn is reserved for dancing. There is no admission charge to the Town square. The concert series runs from June 3rd  through August 5th…..every Friday.Looking for something free and exciting to do in downtown Martinsburg on a Friday afternoon this summer? Come toFriday’s @ Five for a taste of great music, appetizers  and fun!

Exciting this year at Friday’s @ Five Summer Concert series we will have the Martinsburg Farmers Market housed on the Library plaza from 4pm to 7pm from June 3rd to August 5th . To wet your appetite, here is a list of products you’ll be able to enjoy from the market this year: Fresh Fruits & Veggies, Fresh & dried Herbs, Beef, Chicken & Pork, Eggs, Jams & Jellies, Honey, Hummus, Baked Goods, Coffee Beans, Soup, Pre-made sandwiches, Flowers, Yarn and soaps….It’s going to be a fun season. Buy local and buy Fresh.

Each week, a local downtown restaurant will showcasing and offering local culinary specialties: yummy small appetizers. And, to wash it all down, a variety of alcoholic (Beer & Wine) and non-alcoholic beverages are also offered for sale. You also may enjoy a picnic dinner from one of our downtown Restaurants .

Concerts start at 5:00 p.m. and usually last until 7:00pm. The Town Square is blocked off  between  BB&T Drive-Thru and Queen Street. It is within convenient walking distance from all downtown businesses.

Pets are allowed in the square during the concerts, provided they are on a leash no longer than six feet at all times. If they display aggressive behavior the owner may be asked to remove them.

Here is the exciting Line-up……

Friday, June 3rd  Clement & Williams (Classic Rock)

Friday, June 10th KoKo Blue (Classic Rock of the 60’s)

Friday, June 17th Drew Stevyns (Eclectic)

Friday, June 24th Gary Smallwood (Arrangement)

Friday, July 1st  Stoney Creek (Bluegrass)

Friday, July 8th  Apollo Jazz Orchestra (Jazz)

Friday, July 15th  Tony M. Music (Contemporary)

Friday, July 22nd  Willie Barry and his Chaperons (Rockabilly” (50’s & 60’s)

Friday, July 29th Back Creek Valley Boys (traditional Bluegrass)

Friday, August 5th  RAZMUS (Classic Rock/Roll)