Children make corn husk dolls

“It’s the first event we’ve had of this kind,” said Rappahannock Park Foundation President Donna Rose, which held its “Better Together” family-friendly event last Saturday at Rappahannock County Park. “The PATH Foundation gave grants to several organizations in the county, all of them named ‘Better Together’ — the thought being we can get people out after the pandemic in events like this. So this is the first one.”


Debbie Settle made the pinata that took almost 30 whacks to break.

“Next year I hope we can do this again,” Rose said. “I think the fact that the children were here and had so much fun with the pinata really made the day. It was a big hit. Literally.”


Luna and Mira Ralls make hand-rolled candles



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