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.
“The Odd Couple” at RAAC Community Theatre • Film acting seminar at the Forge Studios • Appalachian music coming to Castleton • Rapp at Home, VT partner on strength training for seniors
Fourth Estate Friday • Haydn (and the Smithsonian) at The Theatre • Improv workshop for kids • Rapp Nature Camp: Sign up now • Rapp wineries win Governor’s Cup medals
In Castleton, ‘sweepingly romantic’ tango this weekend; Acclaimed new members at Middle Street Gallery
Fourth Estate Friday • At the Theatre, a piano recital with song • Benevolent Fund’s Celebrity Waiters’ Dinner • Rapp at Home open house and new meeting times • Post features Kid Pan Alley
Help your neighbors through the storm As this edition of RappNews goes to press, no one knows for sure what the weekend’s storm will bring us. Feet of snow? Power outages? The apocalypse? Whatever is in store, Rapp at Home…
This weekend in Rappahannock, it's time for the annual Christmas tree bonfire, the premier of John Hallberg's new film, "Attack of the Flying Beagles," and jazz percussion master Chuck Redd at The Theatre at Washington.
At the library, a new year for Second Friday Rappahannock’s own Bill Dietel will speak at the Second Friday at the Library series, Friday, Jan. 8, at 8 p.m. Dietel is a leading philanthropist and an accomplished storyteller. His…
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