Grace Episcopal Church in Fauquier County’s The Plains announced the return this fall of the Piedmont Regional Art Show and Sale after the pandemic forced its cancellation in 2020.
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Rappahannock’s Fall Art Tour — reimagined to incorporate cautions in the age of the pandemic — is taking shape to debut in November with a mix of new artists and established names, online elements and in-person visits to 40-some studios and galleries.
The Castleton Theatre House is scheduled to show “The Miraculous Magical Balloon” on Sunday, Oct. 10, at 2 p.m as part of the village’s 25 anniversary series.
The 1000 Faces Mask Theater will perform its latest play, “The Axis Mundi Traveling Medicine Show,” at Pen Druid Brewery in Sperryville on Saturday, Sept. 11, at 5 p.m.
A new breed of news van was parked in the Headmaster’s Pub lot on Friday night — no satellite dish on top or channel markings on the side. Inside, a TV studio, with a single seat, lights, camera and mobile cellular transmitter, the kind that comes in handy for Fox News pundits Matt and Mercedes Schlapp, who have a weekend home just over the county line in Madison.
In the gardens of Thom Pellikan’s backyard on Red Oak Mountain last Saturday with a breathtaking view of Rappahannock and beyond, nearly 100 guests were treated to performances by Castleton’s world-class musicians. The evening featured Metropolitan Opera mezzo-soprano Michelle DeYoung and tenor Paul Groves, as well as Castleton Chamber Players Eric Silberger, Daniel Lelchuk and Bradley Moore. They performed favorites like Gershwin’s “Summertime,” “The Swan” for cello and “Silent Lips” from Léhar’s “The Merry Widow.”