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The Rapp

The Sperryville Volunteer Fire Department is looking for a few good underwriters to help put on its fourth annual Rappahannock County July Fourth Celebration, and the new Visitors Center is hoping to train more than a few good volunteeers on May 12. […]

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Calendar: Rapp Happenings

The Rapp Happenings section lists events, generally in Rappahannock County, on a space-available basis. (The rappnews.com Web site will always list all calendar items we receive.) If your event absolutely must appear in the paper, […]

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RAAC’s memorable answer to the question . . .

What’s so funny? If you attended “What’s So Funny,” the Rappahannock Association for the Arts and Community (RAAC) Theatre’s latest offering last weekend, the answer was immediately obvious. From start to finish, the production illustrated how life can be funny in both amusing and poignant ways. […]

RAWL Dogs

RAWL Dogs: Jeremy

What do you get when you cross a Saint Bernard and a Boxer? Well, come over and see me, Jeremy, and you will discover that you get a big, smart, four-footed pal. One that is […]

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At Ballard, some ‘Thought for Food’

An exhibition of the new work by Viviane de Kosinsky, “Thought for Food and Beyond” goes on display at the R. H. Ballard Gallery this weekend in Washington. A gallery reception, with Gadino Cellars wines and light hors d’oeuvres, is 4 to 7 Saturday (May 8) with the artist present. […]

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Author, dancer Maggie Kast featured at library

On Friday, May 14, the Rappahannock Association for Arts and the Community (RAAC) welcomes author Maggie Kast as the featured program for its “Friday at the Library” series. Kast’s sister is Rappahannock resident Sally Nash. Given that connection, the author is well known here in the county and was a featured artist at a previous “Soup and Soul” event. […]

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More new art shows

Ice House Gallery and Geneva Welch Gallery, both on Washington’s Main Street, join forces to present a special exhibit entitled “Little Galleries – Little Artworks.” Samples of their small but powerful artwork are shown. The […]

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Spelman raps in ’hannock

Master story teller Jon Spelman is coming to Rappahannock! Describing him as “the best company imaginable,” The Washington Post once said that “in Spelman’s hands storytelling is an art, not to be missed.” The Washington Times wrote of his “must-hear spellbinding skill. For the thrills and excitements, giggles and scares of an oral roller coaster, go along for this ride. An awesome demonstration of the storyteller’s art.” […]

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From the ashes

When fire destroyed the Rappahannock home of Lynn and Joe Horning, right, in 2007, among the many art works destroyed was a large wood and metal sculpture by local artist Thomas Mullany, left. Lynn Horning […]

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The Rapp

The details of the Rappahannock Evening View benefit for RCCA, a vegetable garden for the county jail and informational Earth Day shopping bags created by students studying endangered species. […]

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Calendar: Rapp Happenings

The Rapp Happenings section lists events, generally in Rappahannock County, on a space-available basis. (The rappnews.com Web site will always list all calendar items we receive.) If your event absolutely must appear in the paper, […]

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Smithsonian at the Theatre on May 8

The final performance in the 2009-2010 season of the Smithsonian at Little Washington concert series will take place on Saturday, May 8 at 8 p.m. The concert is a joint presentation by the Smithsonian Chamber Players and the Theatre at Washington, and will be held at the Theatre. The program consists of sonatas for violin and fortepiano by Franz Schubert, Ludwig van Beethoven (including his much-loved Spring sonata) and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, all written toward the end of the eighteenth and at the beginning of the nineteenth centuries. Ian Swensen is the violinist and Kenneth Slowik will play a fortepiano brought in to the Theatre especially for this concert. […]

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Reunion Rites

At the “Across the Years” Rappahannock High School student/staff reunion attended by some 200 people last weekend at Sperryville’s Link community center, most of the rites of passage of high school reunions were followed — […]