The Lions Club has some new members and an update on the 2017 Bland Music Contest, Ballard's shop offers ornate Valentine's Day flower arrangements, and the Thrift Shop has some tempting winter pricing.
The Inn at Little Washington is having a remodeling sale on Saturday, this is a chance to acquire some of their gently used antiques, art work, rugs, household items, books, lamps, fabrics, linens, china and much more.
Powerful moments, along with a former Miss America at MLK celebration at the Little Washington Theatre. The Inn whipped up a surprise birthday cake for their executive steward, Beverly. And Ballard's shop have some exquisite rugs on display.
The Child Care and Learning Center announce a new playground, Washington VFD host a Free Breakfast next Saturday and The Inn at Little Washington welcomes locals to dine and stay over at discounted rates through their Friends and Neighbors program.
It’s a new year and time for those resolutions, like take more walks at sunrise, at sunset, gaze at the stars at night, pick wildflowers, and see more art. Gay Street Gallery announced a new exhibition opening this Saturday.
Washington gets a new president, of the Old Rag Master Naturalists that is. Gail Swift heads the group dedicated to outreach, education and citizen science projects to help conserve and manage natural resources and public land.
Last Friday morning CCLC celebrated its 40th anniversary; and last Sunday evening, at Washington Town Hall, 80 folks thoroughly enjoyed themselves at the annual Town Christmas party.
Little Washington parade warms winter souls with beautiful, colorfully dressed people, horses, llamas, dogs, the RCHS Marching Band, and floats from Little Washington Wellness & Spa and Thornton’s Gap Regular Baptist Church’s float, “Glory To God.”
’Tis the season for giving thanks and decorations; R. H. Ballard’s shop windows are beautifully adorned with a nature-inspired winter wonderland theme and their tree topper is a flying Snowy Owl. Also, birthday wishes to Doug Baumgardner and Carol Beard.
The community Thanksgiving service at 10 a.m Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 24) at St. Peter Catholic Church will include a community choir with music directed by Washington Baptist Church members Gary and Wendy Aichele. All are welcome.
Kevin Adams last week was elected a member of New York City’s Salmagundi Club, one of the oldest arts organizations; Betty Buntin celebrated her 100th birthday; and Rappahannock Ladies Lunch Bunch meet again.
Washington Volunteer Fire Department ; No Aileen reunion for 2016; Washington Baptist Church hosts original Becket play.
Winter is coming and the Knights of Columbus want your coats; Anna Weatherley, internationally acclaimed porcelain artist, will make a guest appearance at The Inn's Tavern Shops; bring your greens and make a wreath with the Garden Club.
Country Cafe celebrates 27th year; "Wednesday Blue-Plate Special" at Tula's; tombstone replacement for Baldwin family and sympathies to the Kuhn family.
Joy to the world and Operation Christmas Child; Trinity Episcopal Church's house tour is next weekend; birthday wishes aplenty and Rappahannock Senior Center's fundraising bake sale is next Saturday.
Max is back at Union Bank; the Bean Hollow Boys rocked the ecumenical picnic; Peter Luke speaks about "The most important election."