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The Rapp for Feb. 15

Businesses of Rappahannock will have its quarterly networking event at Gadino Cellars next Tuesday; and Dietlinde Maazel returns to Castleton to co-star with American tenor Tyler Nelson in “Rainer Maria Rilke and the Shadow of Auguste Rodin.”  […]

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The Rapp for Jan. 18

Rapp Democratic Committee elect new officers; Gadino Cellars share auction proceeds with Rapp Food Pantry; local kitchen designer Sandra Brannock recognized by Kitchen and Bath Design News magazine; and the historic State Theatre building in Culpeper on auction Tuesday, Jan. 23. […]

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The Rapp for Jan. 4

It’s been cold, but be prepared for extreme cold; the Theatre at Washington on Gay Street goes all out for MLK remembrance; The Rappahannock Resources Roundtable meets Jan. 12 for a discussion about the status of health in the county. […]

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The Rapp for Dec. 21

Welcome the winter and the holidays; Pastor John Burke celebrates his 89th birthday with his final sermon on the Christmas Eve; Boxing Day benefit at Pen Druid Brewery with “Rehabahannock” t-shirts on offer next door. […]

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The Rapp for Dec. 14

Get in the holiday spirit with the Celtic Christmas Concert at Castleton Sunday, Dec. 17; details for Governor-elect Ralph Northam’s swearing in ceremony; and fear not the mysterious helicopter buzzing around Shenandoah Park. […]

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The Rapp for Dec. 7

The Christmas in Little Washington parade is this Sunday, Dec. 10.; Washington post office’s real estate agent comes to town; commuting to Big Washington has new expedient toll lanes, and it’s not cheap; Paulie the parrot gets a clean bill of health; and it’s the Artisan Trail’s Second Saturday. […]

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The Rapp for Nov. 30

Boutique outfitters coming to Sperryville; Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church clergy attend safety training; and First Friday cinema features a Mongolian female fighting to become the first eagle hunter in twelve generations. […]

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The Rapp for Nov. 22

Middle Street Gallery returns to Little Washington with a public reception on Saturday, Dec. 9; RAAC’s Mitchell Arts Fund is holding a grant workshop at the Library the same day; and photos from Commit to Be Fit’s 2nd Annual 5k Turkey Trot held last Saturday. […]

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The Rapp for Nov. 9

Scrabble School is showing much-discussed film “Loving” Friday evening; RLEP meets Saturday at Gadino Cellars; BizzRapp to start ribbon cutting ceremonies; and Scrooge returns to Castleton. […]

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The Rapp for Nov. 2

Fall is in full swing and Castleton hosts a performance and discussion of Ella Fitzgerald on Sunday; RAAC holds 13th Art Tour Saturday and Sunday and showing “The Big Sick” on Friday night. […]

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The Rapp for Oct. 26

Election Day is fast approaching and no better time to brainstorm with Rappahannock News staff Friday morning at the Country Cafe; and stay informed on all the county’s Halloween events in this week’s Rapp. […]

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The Rapp for Oct. 19

The ever-popular “No Ordinary Person” show returns to the RAAC Community Theatre for the 19th year; Little Washington all set for All Hallow’s Eve; and Stone Hill amphitheater goes mental for Samhain in this week’s Rapp. […]

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The Rapp for Oct. 12

Chef Patrick O’Connell tops the Washington Post’s top ten restaurants; Castleton hosts top Georgian pianist this Sunday; and jazz pianist and singer Bill Harris sends up Cole Porter at Little Washington Theatre this Saturday. […]

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The Rapp for Oct. 5

RAAC’s Friday movie heads down to Texas and Tula’s offers a Lone Star pre-dinner menu; Second Friday features Tom Oliphant discussing “The Road to Camelot: Inside JFK’s Five-Year Campaign;” and PEC releases Robert Duvall message video. […]

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The Rapp for Sept. 28

It’s Fourth Estate Friday at the Country Cafe, Commit-to-Be-Fit and Fall Festival Saturday at RCHS, Public Lands Day at Shenandoah Park, and time to spend some “Quiet Hours” with painter Nancy Brittle at Middle Street. […]