Country legends, Yeaster crowds, La La Land, a memorial chimney ceremony and more in this week's The Rapp.
It's Yeaster time in Sperryville and pizza time at the new Rappahannock Pizza Kitchen, plus special events at the library and in the park.
Rappahannock Democrats' brunch sets record numbers; Old Dominion Hounds Point-to-Point races are this Saturday at Ben Venue Farm; and this Saturday is the Open Door Tour for the Artisan Trail.
“Photographs of Italy” opens this Saturday at Middle St. Gallery; and the play "Galileo's Torch," originally performed at Stonehill Farm, will have a concert performance this evening (March 30) in Washington, D.C. at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre.
The News hosts its monthly Fourth Estate Friday discussion at Sperryville Trading Cafe & Market Friday morning, Kid Pan Alley is featured in Julie Andrew's new Netflix series and more in this week's The Rapp.
Winter finally arrives, a bit late; Four of the five County Board of Supervisors are holding a public forum Monday night in Castleton; and updates on MADD's after prom plans.
PEC's resources for farmland seekers and landowners; the Artisan Trail’s doors are open this Saturday; this Friday at the Library, a former NASA scientist speaks on “How to Age Better and Other Space Stories.”
Broadband still needs a decent download; The Inn celebrates another five stars; Sperryville Rescue hosts a blood drive Saturday; Rapp at Home links golf with fundraising; and the RCES kids are a-cooking.
Rapp Biz Link networking event today (Feb. 23) from 5 to 7 p.m. at Headmaster's Pub; it's Fourth Estate Friday on Feb. 24 at 9 a.m. at the Country Cafe; a 17th century haiku poem features at Middle Street Gallery.
RappCats is having a fundraiser at Griffin Tavern Friday evening (Feb. 17) from 7 to 9 p.m.; and last Saturday night former NBC meteorologist and local, Bob Ryan, recorded a wind gust of 58 mph atop Bessie Mountain.
Friday's “Fake News " lecture moves from library to Washington Theatre; Saturday the first stones are laid for mountain people memorial; a young local actress is heading to the UK film competition; and burn restrictions in effect.
MacPhersons withdraw application; pianist Joel Fan at the Theatre; groundbreaking ‘Rattlesnake’ play at Castleton; Trinity’s new ministry; and the feel the country heat.
It's Fourth (Estate) Friday this week; the Griffin Tavern hosted a supreme VIP; the MacPhersons fill the room for Planning Commision meeting; and this Saturday is the Benevolent Fund Celebrity Waiter Dinner.
Middle Street's "Members and Friends" exhibit rescheduled for next Saturday, Jan. 28, the Library hosts talk by prize-winning journalist and filmmaker, Leslie Cockburn, on “Fake News and False Stories” and local family hopes to rebuild after house fire with crowdfunding.
Celebrate Dr. King's birthday with a former Miss America on Sunday at Little Washington Theatre. Middle Street Gallery's first major show of the year is in their new gallery space and RAAC Theatre names new artistic director.
One of the nation's leading art curators is speaking about her new book for RAAC's Second Friday at the Library on Jan. 13; Gray Ghost keeps racking up the wine awards; Benevolent Fund's Celebrity Waiter Dinner is on the 28th.