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The Rapp for Dec. 27

Miocene fossils, the PEC garden winners, Last Night Rappahannock, the beginning of RAAC’s new movie season, Aging Together and a details on a new grant supporting clean water in this week’s Rapp. […]


The Rapp for Dec. 20

Fourth Friday festivities, Mandalele’s new album debuts, the Jingle Bell 5K wins big, the “Art of Expansion,” Capt. Gary Settle earns a master’s degree and the Visitors Center has new winter hours in this week’s Rapp. […]


The Rapp for Dec. 6

Some highlights from the calendar this weekend, the Kopjanksi college fundraiser, the high school’s winter concert and raffle, more famous Rappahannock residents and an extension to fire season in this week’s Rapp. […]


The Rapp for Nov. 22

Fourth Friday notes (our public meeting and Sperryville’s shop op), lots of alumni expected to hit the court for the PTO’s first-ever Alumni Basketball Tournament, a lot of Christmas in Little Washington, Kid Pan’s free concert Nov. 30 and the Theatre’s jazz guitar virtuosos Dec. 1. […]


The Rapp for Nov. 15

Trinity Episcopal’s sing-along, the return of Kid Pan Alley, RAAC’s production of “Peter Pan,” a USDA grant for Farm to Table, the county’s exact voting numbers and some of the activities available this weekend at Gray Ghost and Narmada wineries in this week’s Rapp. […]


The Rapp for Nov. 8

The RCHS Veterans Day ceremony, the Bland Music Festival, jazz, Shakespeare and the return of the Castleton Trio, R.H. Ballard’s newest exhibit, holiday greens, Farm to Table (and Tour) and boosting local business inside this week’s Rapp. […]


The Rapp for Nov. 1

Relay for Life hosts a dinner to honor survivors, a busy Theatre season includes a classical pianist and a new play from a Rappahannock resident, RCCA’s annual meeting includes a talk about how to save turtle habitat, how to qualify for a Nature Camp scholarship and park closings in this week’s Rapp. […]


The Rapp for Oct. 25

It’s Fourth (Estate) Friday (join our news staff for our monthly public meeting at 9 a.m. Friday at Tula’s Off Main in Washington), plus artists receptions and lectures on Fourth Friday (and Saturday) in Sperryville, “Salmon Fishing in the Yemen” and Mark Russell at the Theatre, and more. […]


The Rapp for Oct. 18

Ongoing events around the county — including the Trinity House Tour, “No Ordinary Person” and RAWL’s halloween party, Relay For Life’s dinner-dance for cancer survivors, Zagat’s top rating for the Inn at Little Washington and more gold for Gray Ghost. […]


The Rapp for Oct. 11

Photos from Jakarta, classical performances at the Theatre, local artists at R. H. Ballard, the Knights of Colombus’ coat drive, a new deputy and an online seedling store inside this week’s Rapp. […]


The Rapp for Oct. 4

An evening of fine music, charity haircuts, two residents become celebrities, SCBI opens its gates, details on the Library Series featuring Joneve Murphy, “No Ordinary Person” opens, Amissville honors its firefighters, the continuing performances at the Theatre House in Castleton and more. […]


The Rapp for Sept. 27

The inside scoop on all the Fourth Friday events, public safety day, the opening of new movies, concerts and art exhibits, a book fair, a charity golf tournament and the Inn’s continuing excellence inside this week’s Rapp. […]


The Rapp for Sept. 13

The changing of the seasons brings out several events in the county, including a Civil War tribute, several different performances at both the Castleton Theater House and the Theater at Washington, and some unique activities for the kids. […]


The Rapp for July 26

Fourth (Estate) Friday, a drop — in traffic, and of a multi-ton new bridge — in Sperryville, and the many instances of village life going on around Rapphannock County in this week’s paper. […]


The Rapp for July 5

It’s a Saturday of art openings and more in Sperryville at Old Rag Photography Gallery, River District Arts, Middle Street Gallery and more; RAAC awards its Mitchell Fund honors to Wakefield graduate Amanda Carroll of Castleton. […]