Fireworks and music on July 4th in Sperryville; bluegrass and fireworks Thursday (July 2) at Castleton Festival, which also announces it will provide live streams of all its major performances this summer; open house in the River District and more…
Fourth (Estate) Friday postponed till July, but the Amissville Carnival is this weekend, there are still seats for Castleton Festival's opening gala, plus a Businesses of Rappahannock picnic and a benefit cabaret at the Theatre.
Alice in Avon-Land, music-inspired visuals at Middle Street Gallery, in search of future real-estate-and-renovation stars in Rappahannock and more in this week's The Rapp.
Goodbye auction, hello Avon Hall After more than a decade of holding a fall auction party to raise funds for the Child Care and Learning Center (CCLC), a new fundraising event begins the summer season in Rappahannock County on Saturday,…
"Sherman the Peacemaker" premieres among the stones in Flint Hill on Saturday; ice cream and appreciation of the Hobsons on Sunday; fireworks in Sperryville July 4; Neighbors Day in the park and more in this week's The Rapp.
A Fourth Estate Friday session, Democrats at Gadino, a bestseller in Washington, broadband and a Ballard exhibit in Millwood in this week's The Rapp.
Cooters in the Country's grand opening, Hill House Nursery's open house May 23 and Flint Hill Public House's annual backyard party coming up June 13, in this week's The Rapp.
A full weekend, new exhibits at Haley Fine Art and River District Arts in Sperryville, a new performance coming up at Stone Hill's unique amphitheater, Paul Reisler and friends at the Hylton Center in Manssasas, and recent awards for Gray…
Art, music, movies, play, dance and more this weekend, plus the RCHS Band's upcoming Coffee House fundraiser and a talk by PEC president Chris Miller in this week's The Rapp.
Fourth (Estate) Friday The still-standing staff of the Rappahannock News will once again be seated at Washington’s Country Cafe at 9 a.m. tomorrow (Friday, April 24) for our monthly Fourth (Estate) Friday community story conference — your chance to suggest,…
Steeplechase races at Thornton Hill in Sperryville, Burgers N Things is back, Audrey Andrist's piano recital at the Theatre, a Reagan dinner, solar info session and Indian classical dance in this week's The Rapp.
Another big weekend in Rappahannock • Working Woods Walk coming up at Montpelier • Virginia's climatologist speaks in Warrenton • RAAC Theatre's May comedy • Give Local Piedmont gears up • Appreciating the Book Barn • Belle Meade trail ride this weekend
It's Fourth (Estate) Friday this week, plus a free Kid Pan Alley concert, "Birdman" April 3, a serious egg decorating workshop, fantastical "Elementree Stories" at Middle Street, a MADD startup and more in The Rapp.
Kid Pan Alley circles back to its Rappahannock home for a songwriting residency and concert, and Narmada Winery takes a "giant step" in Richmond in this week's The Rapp.
A spring-like late-winter weekend of events, Give Local Piedmont gears up, St. Patrick's treats, a hospital open house, changes at CCLC and a celebration of cello in this week's The Rapp.
John Henry talks about his stone obsession, there's bluegrass at the Theatre, Alec Baldwin headlines a human- and animal-rights program at Castleton, the Flint Hill Public House goes southern, a healing workshop for those with movement disorders.