From contributed reports A Family Constellation workshop led by Randy Goldberg, a trained Family Constellation facilitator, will be coming to Rappahannock County on Saturday, Oct. 23. The four-hour workshop starts at 1 p.m. at Mountainside […]
From contributed reports Virginians can help preserve native tree species by collecting acorns and seeds from nine species and delivering them to the nearest office of the Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF). “Generally, the best […]
On Wednesday, Sept. 22 the Rappahannock County Board of Zoning Appeals will meet at 7:30 p.m., at the courthouse on Gay Street. Highlights on the agenda include: Miller bed and breakfast and Poe brothers tourist […]
Rappahannock County High School Friday, Sept. 10 at 7 p.m. – Varsity Football home opener vs. St. John’s Front Royal Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 5 p.m. – Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball at East Hardy Tuesday, […]
Saturday, Sept. 11 is a big day: Reynolds Baptist Church honors Rappahannock’s first-responders, Thornton Hill’s point-to-point races start the fall steeplechase season and “The Tempest” comes to the Theatre at Washington. […]
Traditional Appalachian music, an apple theme and plenty of dancing and fun are on tap at the second annual barn dance benefiting the Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection (RLEP).
This year’s event on Sept. 25 kicks off at 7 p.m. and concludes at 10. It ‘ll be held at Rappahannock Central, 3 River Lane, Sperryville. Tickets are $25 per person. […]
Take away the second quarter, and the visiting Rappahannock County High School football team all but played Hancock, Md., evenly. Hancock scored 27 unanswered points in the second quarter to defeat the Panthers, 34-0, Saturday […]
There is something magical about Camp Fantastic. It is a weeklong event that volunteers from Rappahannock County participate in once a year, as they have since 1983. The volunteers are led by Beverly Atkins, Linda […]
On Thursday, Sept. 9 the Washington Architectural Review Board (ARB) will meet at 7:30 p.m., in the Town Hall on Gay Street. Highlights from the agenda include: County of Rappahannock, by John McCarthy, replace previously […]
The Rappahannock County Sheriff’s Office executed a search warrant Friday, Sept. 3 at 3756 Sperryville Pike and then arrested Tessa Rose Adams, 29. Adams was charged with possession of a controlled substance and distribution of […]
The Rappahannock community is invited to attend an introduction to compassionate communication at Belle Meade School in Sperryville on Sunday, Sept. 19 from 3 to 6 p.m.
Lorinda Bosch and Terri Zweig will lead the session, which offers participants a chance to develop communication skills based on conscious recognition of needs and values. The workshop is in conjunction with a four-month instructional program called Cultivating Compassion, in which all Belle Meade School students and staff are participating. Before the school year began, Bosch and Zweig led Belle Meade staff in an eight-hour in-service training in the approach. […]
Targeting book dealers for its first big sale of donated used books, the Friends of the Rappahannock Library (FOL) also are offering county residents a chance to purchase an array of more than 500 valuable […]
for RCHS teams
Saturday, Sept. 4
6 p.m., varsity football at Hancock High School
Tuesday, Sept. 7
6 p.m., JV volleyball at Culpeper County High School
7:15 p.m., varsity volleyball at Culpeper County High School
Thursday, Sept. 9
4:30 p.m., Middle School volleyball hosts Mountain View Christian Academy
Friday, Sept. 10
7 p.m. varsity football home opener against St. John’s Front Royal […]
Middle Street Gallery artist Patricia Brennan will exhibit new hand-painted stained glass at the gallery from Friday (Sept. 3) through Sept. 26. Her works depicting botanical themes will be fitted onto light boxes, providing the sole source of light in a darkened room.
The exhibition is called “By the Grace of Light” to celebrate this unique form of illumination. “I’ve always wanted to create an environment that felt like you were surrounded by only color and light,” Brennan says. “And stained glass has such an uplifting effect, this show is meant to make you smile.” […]
Just how the United States can restore long-term, non-inflationary economic growth will be the subject of the First Friday at the Library program on Sept. 10.
Pat Choate, an economist, author and Rappahannock resident will speak on the subject for the series sponsored by the Rappahannock Association for Arts and the Community (RAAC) . […]