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Washington column for Jan. 18

This Saturday, Jan. 20 is the “Art Gallery Stroll through Little Washington”; floral design classes on offer in Feb. at Trinity Episcopal Church; CLCC offers Mother Nature classroom workshop; and Girl Scout Troops gear up for the annual cookie sale. […]

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Washington column for Jan. 4

Gay Street Gallery announces its special exhibition opening, Saturday (Jan. 20), featuring Shenandoah National Park artist in residence Kevin H. Adams; and please make an effort to come out to the Red Cross Bloodmobile on January 10 at the Washington Firehall. […]

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Washington column for Nov. 30

The holiday season is upon us and remember to shop locally; the Donna La Pré annual Open Studio and Sale will be on Saturday, Dec. 2, and Sunday Dec. 3; the 39th Annual Living Nativity is on Saturday, Dec. 9; and a reminder to register for the Dec. 16 Jingle Bell 5k. […]

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Washington column for Nov. 22

The holiday spirit is in the air: Social Services is currently accepting names for the Christmas Angel and Cherub Program; Trinity Church Women’s dinner benefitting the Back Pack Program and mark your calendar for Dec. 10 for the Christmas in Little Washington parade. […]

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Washington column for Nov. 9

The Washington VFD recently visited the Child Care and Learning Center (CCLC) to allow the children explore their emergency vehicles and try on the firefighter suits; and the community is saddened by the death of a dear friend, Ellen Mustoe, who passed away on Saturday, Nov. 4. […]

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Washington column for Nov. 2

From January 20-March 26, Gay Street Gallery will host an exhibition dedicated to the work of the our own Shenandoah National Park Artist in Residence Kevin H. Adams. The Park annually issues a national call for applications and Kevin was selected by this year’s jury. He spent two weeks painting in the Park in June. […]

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Washington column for Oct. 26

Patrick O’Connell’s lamb chop recipe featured in “America, The Great Cookbook;” David Hyde Costello returned to perform from his book, “Little Pig Saves the Ship” and Hunt Harris is organizing a Halloween bonfire. […]

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Washington column for Oct. 12

A dream team of chefs, Patrick O’Connell of The Inn, Pineapple and Pearl’s Aaron Silverman, and Minibar’s José Andrés create a once-in-a-lifetime dining experience at the Oct. 17 Michelin Guide’s 2018 ratings for Washington DC-area restaurants. Proceeds to benefit Puerto Rico disaster relief. […]

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Washington column for Sept. 21

The town readies for this weekend’s Farm Tour; Rappcats kicks off Cause for Paws raffle; silk scarves that elegantly emulate “All Things Rappahannock” will be available at The Inn’s special market on Sunday. Get there before noon to be eligible for the Inn’s gift basket giveaway. […]

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Washington column for Sept. 14

Last Thursday, the preschoolers at Child Care Learning Center, (CCLC) paid a visit to the Rappahannock Food Pantry and its director who creates miracles for our community, surprised the children with a yummy take home treat. […]

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Washington column for Aug. 31

The Norman family came together at the Rappahannock Park last Sunday for their annual family reunion, and have been for 50 years; St. Peter’s is collecting money for the victims of a mudslide in Sierra Leone; and Firehouse Treasures Thrift is holding its Summer 50 Percent Off Clearance on Sept. 2. […]

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Washington column for Aug. 24

Child Care Learning Center in Washington this week welcomes new students to their preschool/child care, while introducing them to a new “teacher” named Jub Jub, the iguana; and R.H. Ballard’s new exhibit features Virginia artist Rob Browning. […]

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Washington column for August 17

Plenty is happening in September, like a Second Friday series talk by former White House National Coordinator for Security, Richard A. Clarke; the Rappahannock Historical Society annual meeting; and the Retired Teachers Association meets, followed by a tour of the Jones farm. […]