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Earl Ray Tomblin, Governor
Frank Jezioro, Director

News Release: October 28, 2013

Facebook: WV Commerce - State Parks

Hoy Murphy, Public Information Officer (304) 957-9365 hoy.r.murphy@wv.gov

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Bryan W. Danford, Twin Falls Resort State Park 304-294-4000 twinfallssp@wv.gov


Wild West Dinner Theater Spurs Fun at Twin Falls State Park Nov.9, 2013

            TWIN FALLS, W.Va. - Enjoy a night of Wild West adventure and some good grub at Twin Falls Resort State Park Nov. 9, as the park hosts a “History Alive” presentation with an interpretive performance of Belle Star.

            There were many people who embodied the spirit of the Old West and one of those larger-than-life characters is Belle Starr. Known as The Bandit Queen or The Petticoat Terror of the Plains, Belle Starr has taken her place in history among the outlaws and desperados of what was then known as Indian Territory and what is now Oklahoma.

            Acclaimed storyteller and living history performer Karen Vuranch brings this remarkable woman to life Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, in the Azalea Room of Twin Falls Lodge. 

            Cost for the dinner theater only is $42.95 per adult and $40 per child.  A package price of $163.52 includes dinner for two, theatre for two and overnight accommodations in the lodge. Other package options are available.

            Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. and the presentation will begin at 7 p.m. 

            Advance reservations are required.  For more information, call Twin Falls Resort State Park at 304-294-4000 or 1-800-CALL-WVA and ask for Twin Falls or email: twinfallsresort@wv.gov.

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Photo Courtesy of the West Virginia Department of Commerce.  Twin Falls State Park will host an interpretive performance of Wild West figure Belle Star during a dinner theater at 6 p.m.
Photo Courtesy of the West Virginia Department of Commerce.  Twin Falls State Park will host an interpretive performance of Wild West figure Belle Star during a dinner theater at 6 p.m.