Rappahannock’s Artisan Trail is one of 18 around the state, organized to promote tourism and invite the public to explore and enjoy Virginia’s byways and back roads, artisan studios and galleries, gardens and farms, wineries and breweries, restaurants and eclectic shops. […]
Sperryville’s Christmas spirit is vibrant and celebrate it with many local businesses on Dec. 17 at Copper Fox Antiques first-ever Old World Santa Event and reclaimed wood artisan, Mary Panesis, opens new space. […]
A rare treat awaits visitors when they visit Whispering Pines during the Trinity House Tour Oct. 15-16. The oldest of the three houses on the annual tour and floral art sale, Whispering Pines, outside Sperryville, has been lived in for nearly 300 years. […]
The Town of Washington Planning Commission meets 7 p.m. Monday (July 25) at town hall to continue the comprehensive plan review. The Rappahannock County Board of Zoning Appeals’ July meeting is cancelled, as there are no […]
Every year since 1954, members of the Rappahannock Garden Club have expressed their thanks to the whole community for their successful sale of wreaths, garland, centerpieces, swags and other assorted Christmas greenery that, while beautifying […]
The county’s hills will be alive with fall foliage and art this Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 7-8) during the Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community’s 11th annual Artists of Rappahannock Open Studio and Gallery Tour. […]
Pumpkins and other gourds of the season — not to mention Patches the dog — greeted passersby this weekend at Thornton River Orchard in Sperryville.
This is the 59th year that the women of Trinity Episcopal Church have presented their house tour to the public, opening three homes to visitors so that they can enjoy the architecture, décor and personal taste of three of our county’s residents. […]