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Washington column for March 1

The Child Care and Learning Center recently sponsored an exciting Nature Hack Your Space workshop, featuring the importance of natural environments to children’s learning and development; The Middle Street Gallery annual Members and Friends exhibition starts Friday, March 2. […]

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Washington column for Feb 15.

The Old Rag Master Naturalists (ORMN) have recently expanded their role in the Child Care and Learning Center’s Children-in-Nature Program; and Washington VFR All You Eat All You Can Breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 17. […]

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Washington column for Feb. 8

The La Cafamore String Trio are performing this Saturday afternoon, Feb. 10, at Washington Baptist Church; and a reminder to everyone that February is Heart Month. So let’s make blood pressure control our goal. […]

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Washington column for Feb. 1

Girl Scout Cadette Troop 692 will be selling cookies at Union Bank & Trust and Girl Scout 1092 at Quicke Mart tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 2, from 4 to 6 p. m.; save the date for Washington VFR for the All You Can Eat Breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 17. […]

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Washington column for Jan. 25

Remembering the late Loring Anderson, Jr; Middle Street Gallery new show and members; Book Barn kicks off new year; and save the date for Washington VFD’s All You Can Eat Ham and Oyster Dinner on Saturday, March 10. […]

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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. 11

The Inn at Little Washington had their inaugural 40th anniversary host committee meeting Sunday night at The Inn; and the Free Clinic will be held at the Rappahannock County Health Department on Main Street in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 17. […]

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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 Dec. 21

As 2017 comes to an end and we start looking back on another successful year in Rappahannock County, the nights are drawing in, there is a chill in the air, and Santa Claus is preparing for his delivery season — like many of you! […]

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Washington column for Dec. 14

Santa Claus is coming to Washington VFD for their breakfast on Saturday, Dec. 16 from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.; the Christmas Story, as told by Luke, is being performed at Washington Baptist Church this Sunday morning, Dec. 17. […]

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Washington column for Dec. 7

RAAC Community Theatre performs two more shows of “St. George and the Dragon at Christmastide” this weekend; student heros march in Christmas parade; and Middle Street Gallery reopens this weekend with a reception on Saturday, Dec. 9. […]

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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. […]