Fourth (Estate) Friday, 1000 Faces at Stone Hill, the Park turns 100 and waives entrance fees this weekend and Gay Street Gallery joins in on the celebration.
The Town of Washington’s Planning Commission meets Aug. 29 and there's a Back to School and Summer Clearance $10 Bag Sale at Firehouse Treasures Thrift.
The second annual Rappahannock Lemonade Stand will be open two days only, 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, Aug. 12) and 2 to 5p.m. Saturday (Aug. 13) in their new location — at Sperryville’s Pen Druid Brewing.
Bel Canto Vocal Ensemble auditions for tenor voices and Women In Worship Ministries is pleased to announce the 2016 Women's Conference.
Pen Druid isn’t just a brewery to the people of Rappahannock. For the three brothers, Jennings Carney, 38, Van Carney, 36, and Lain Carney, 33, it’s also been a place that’s attracting other young people to the area, some driving…
Before & After expands its beverage choices and hours and Alice Anderson's friends throw her a surprise birthday party, in this week's Sperryville column.
A busy weekend in town July 4 weekend is going to be hopping in Little Washington. R.H. Ballard Shop & Gallery celebrates Sunday and Monday with sweets, treats, drinks and nibbles for customers, in front of the shop. Inside this…
Fireworks on Monday, iron works in Washington, Tula's indoor forest and a bridge to be out, in this week's The Rapp.
Amissville's carnival next week; neighbors visit free this weekend at SNP; a Meredith Gorfein memorial program; choirs at Castleton; berries, bunnies and more in this week's The Rapp.
Two notable commercial enterprises in Sperryville are apparently under contract to potential new owners.
The outdoor performance and world premiere of Rappahannock resident John Henry’s “Arguing with God” is now set for 5 p.m. this Sunday (June 5) • Pen Druid in the headlines • Middleton Inn & Foster Harris receive rave reviews from…
Fourth Estate Friday in (and on) Sperryville, the Grammy winner on Gay Street June 11, an excellent 'Cinderella'
This Saturday’s Food Pantry Day starts with a pet parade and ends with an impressive spread at a unique historic home.
As we ring in 2016, most of us have made one or two New Year’s resolutions. Lose weight, exercise more, stress less, declutter, get more involved in our local community, Jane Whitfield writes.
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A "Selma" screening to benefit the Scrabble School Foundation; Christmas in Little Washington on Sunday; RAAC's holiday play — "Annie" — opens on Gay Street; an upcoming Celtic Christmas, Jingle Bell 5K and more in this week's The Rapp.