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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.”

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In a strong community certain things hold true. Rappahannock has a sense of togetherness that persists through time. There is a proud tradition here of helping your neighbor, coming together in celebration and of helping those in need.

Life is returning to normal: friends are greeting with hugs; children are getting back to familiar summer routines; restaurants and other businesses are welcoming more visitors inside as well as out; and the many fine Rappahannock artists and galleries are eagerly anticipating the return of the Fall Art Tour, sponsored by the Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community, on Nov. 6 and 7.