Fourth Estate Friday at Country Cafe; "Republic For Which We Stand" premieres Sunday at Stone Hill Amphitheater; RCHS seniors raising funds to improve county park; and Food Pantry gets a special delivery.
After days of cool, wet weather, the sunshine is back and temperatures are rising, boosting animal activity, in this week's Wild Ideas column.
Warm days, Food Pantry gala success, CCLC Pre-K grads, and Mother's Day memories — with one special mother (and daughter) inducted into the inducted into the Fauquier Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
Saturday: dedication day for displaced mountain people memorial; Relay for Life Bus Pull at the elementary school; “Kids to Parks Day” at Shenandoah. Sunday: Italian pianist Rimoldi at Castleton and a free Mozart performance at at Little Washington Theatre.
I am not sure it’s a fair critique of the taste of morels when you stuff them with crabmeat. I have a feeling I could take the tongue out of an old tennis shoe and stuff it with crab meat…
For the Cat's Sake, founded by Frances Sip and Claudia Ross, is a group dedicated to spaying and neutering stray, feral and domestic cats in Rappahannock and surrounding counties.
I stopped by and found a sparkling clean spacious interior and a comfy dining area where welcoming smiles abound. Not only from customers savoring gourmet coffees and unique breakfast entrees, but the staff as well.
One warm, wet night in late April, Pam Owen heard male American toads trilling to attract mates at a pond, and photographed them breeding then and the next day, in this week’s Wild Ideas column.
On Child Care Learning Center's 'Parent Work Day,' folks came out to help build a chicken pen for their three newly adopted hens; and local shops feature a wide array of lovely gifts for Mother's Day.
The stars will be out in Rappahannock this Saturday for the food pantry’s benefit dinner at The Meadows estate; with gastronomical delights, a giant party tent and elegant rooms filled with a vast collection of Haitian art.
I am a 75-pound, 3-to-4 year-old German Shepherd and I came to RAWL as a stray. I’ve passed the play-with-Shannon-the-Hound test that they administer to all newcomers here.
Hero emerges from torrential rain and rescues woman and dog from sinking car; former B&B proprietors purchase site for new restaurant; and the county’s Artisan Trail 'Second Saturday' tour is this weekend.
At 3 p.m. Saturday the temperature in the town of Washington reached 93 degrees, with a heat index of 103. But that didn’t stop well over 700 visitors from flocking to the county seat for Historic Garden Week in Virginia.
Hundreds flocked to town for its first Historic Garden Week tour, featuring beautiful homes and gardens, plein air paintings, some fresh from that day, and a special market by The Inn and other vendors behind the post office.
John Henry, founder of Stone Hill Theatrical Foundation, answers a few questions about his new production, “Republic For Which We Stand" — premiering on May 28 at Stone Hill Amphitheatre in Amissville.
The August Georges shop had a lovely picnic last Sunday; FOIA training session on May 10; Lions Club celebrated their Charter Night; Sperryville gets an emergency landline public phone; and Tuesday is Give Local Piedmont annual day of giving.