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In their new short documentary “High School Interrupted,” the Rapp Center for Education (RappCE) shares a moving glimpse of what it’s been like for Rappahannock County High School students and teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Yip Harburg, the composer of Somewhere Over the Rainbow, said, “Words make you think thoughts. Music makes you feel a feeling. But a song makes you feel a thought.” And that’s been the goal of Kid Pan Alley’s “Because We Have Music” virtual concert series over the last year — to help us feel deeply in these times of numbness and separation.

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This Saturday, March 27, Flint Hill Fire and Rescue will host an easter egg hunt for kids of all ages and a special prize will be awarded to the winners of each age group with the most eggs. There will be a vendor selling hotdogs, chips and drinks, and families are encouraged to keep an eye out for a “special visitor” with long ears and a fluffy tail.

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Don’t forget this evening’s (Thursday, Feb. 25, 6 to 7 p.m.) Scrabble School Black History Month Zoom presentation with Terry Miller, curator of the Carver Center's 4-County Museum in Rapidan. 

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Given romantic tables-for-two are difficult to come by during a pandemic, Kid Pan Alley is taking care of Valentine’s Day this year by bringing some of the finest songwriters in the country together for an evening of “love songs.”

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Many of us know Kid Pan Alley through their wonderful work writing songs with children. If you don’t know, since early April, Kid Pan Alley has produced over 20 live streamed concerts featuring incredible artists from all over the United States.

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This Sunday, August 9, Grammy winner Jon Carroll and sax master Marshall Keys will be performing alongside Rappahannock hosts Paul Reisler and Cheryl Toth.