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The Building

The Bottling Works has a professionally installed, 20-channel sound system designed to provide high quality sound throughout the room and capable of handling all of your needs. If you prefer, feel free to provide your own mics (phantom power available).

Stage 12′ deep x 24′ wide.

 

 

Round tables seat 8.
Padded seat chairs to seat 275.

 

Wheelchair-accessible.
Restroom facilities handicapped accessible.
Entry with adjacent handicapped parking spaces.

The accessible entrance and restroom facilities were made possible thanks to Cultural Facilities Capital Grants from the WV Division of Culture & History.


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Directions: approximately 28 miles south of LaVale and Cumberland, Maryland,

and 40 miles west of Winchester, Virginia.

TRAVELING I-68 EAST FROM MORGANTOWN:

From the Vocke Rd. Exit, turn right and follow signs south to Rt. 220 (also Rt. 53) to Cresaptown, MD (approx. 3.3 miles)

Turn right on Rt. 220 at the traffic light in Cresaptown and continue to Rt. 956 (approx. 2.2 miles)

Turn left on Rt. 956 and continue to Short Gap, WV (approx. 4.9 mi.)

Turn right at stop sign and continue through Fort Ashby and Springfield on Rt. 28 South to Romney (approx. 18 mi.)Seating-1

In Romney, turn left at the traffic light and continue three blocks on Main St. The Bottling Works is on the right just east of the traffic light at McDonald’s’.

TRAVELING I-81 to WINCHESTER, VA.:

Take Rt. 50 West from Winchester to Romney (approx. 40 mi.). You’ll go through the communities of Capon Bridge and Augusta.

Immediately upon entering the city limits, the WVSD&B campus is on the right side of Main St. It is approximately one block to the Administration Building.

Directly opposite it on your left, you’ll see The Bottling Works, just past A Touch of Italy restaurant, turn left onto Loy Lane and left into the venue parking lot.

OVERFLOW PARKING across the street at the light in the parking lot of the WV Schools for the Deaf and Blind, or just west of the light on the left in the City of Romney Office parking lot. DO NOT park on the street where yellow markings are. Neither the venue nor any event sponsor can “fix” parking tickets.