Fourth (Estate) Friday, The Inn at Little Washington's new weekly farmer's market, Middle Street Gallery's national parks-inspired show at Haley Fine Art and more in this week's The Rapp.
Amissville's carnival next week; neighbors visit free this weekend at SNP; a Meredith Gorfein memorial program; choirs at Castleton; berries, bunnies and more in this week's The Rapp.
An Artisan Trail open-door tour, getting ready for July 4th, a wild (and free) concert June 17 and more in this week's The Rapp.
The outdoor performance and world premiere of Rappahannock resident John Henry’s “Arguing with God” is now set for 5 p.m. this Sunday (June 5) • Pen Druid in the headlines • Middleton Inn & Foster Harris receive rave reviews from…
Fourth Estate Friday in (and on) Sperryville, the Grammy winner on Gay Street June 11, an excellent 'Cinderella'
Devin Day's Tony-nominated adventures in NYC; Joe Whited's other Washington will have to wait; Culpeper Medical's 'A' for safety; RAAC sees 'RED'; and more in this week's The Rapp.
RDA's artists and other tenants await word on the sale of their Sperryville home base; piano prodigy Bolai Cao performs at Castleton; Middle Street mounts "Same Horse/Different Saddle."
"Brooklyn" on Gay Street, a "Sustainable" Second Friday lecture, a Order of St. John benefit concert, dual degrees for a local student and outdoor-sales successes in Sperryville.
Personal property forms due • ‘Give Local Piedmont’ is May 3 • Smithsonian at Little Washington • Civil War film showing • Rappahannock plant sale
This week: 38th annual Fodderstack race • Walker’s Run at Theatre • Let’s get Rappahannock clean and green again • Rapp at Home expands services
‘Give Local Piedmont’ is May 3 • Art trunk show at Flourish Root • Old tools • Joining the Art Tour • An alternative energy talk
Races to Ben Venue • Olivia Maxwell in “Macbeth Unhinged” • Heile and Wiberg at Middle Street • And next week: Castleton's “A Time to Break Silence”
‘The Odd Couple’ opens this weekend • Rush River movie debuts at MOMA • Move your business forward with the Entrepreneur Express
The Rapp for March 24: Pat Whorton is retiring • Foothills Forum is meeting • Fourth Friday is not meeting • Learn how to be an actor • New exhibit opens at Gay Street Gallery
The Rapp for March 17: Telephone program reassures shut-ins • Improv workshop • John Cowan Band in Concert at Drum & Strum
Rappahannock resident Bill Walton’s most recent film, “The Ticket,” has been chosen as one of 10 films - from a pool of 6,626 hopefuls - to compete for top honors next month in the Tribecca Film Festival’s US Narrative Competition.