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Culpeper Times • March 14-20, 2019

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RAPPAHANNOCK COUNTY MARCH 15 PRESENTATION • Please join the Child Care and Learning Center and Mary Bissell, J.D., Co-Principal, Child Focus, for a presentation of the results of the three-month study of children and family needs in Rappahannock County from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Reynolds Memorial Baptist Church, Sperryville. The Child Focus report was commissioned by CCLC with generous support from the PATH Foundation and is intended to provide information to support Zero to Five planning in the county. We hope that you will join us for the presentation and participate in the discussion of next steps. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, call 540-675-3237.



• Learn how to help youth with mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts and more from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Hearthstone School, 11576 Lee Highway, Sperryville. The program is open to persons age 18 and up. TAdvance registration required: Contact Brittany Dwyer at 540-341-8732 ext. 02, or email

SCOUTING • Boy Scout Troop

36, Troop 316, and Venture Crew 36 will host the annual Friends of Scouting Breakfast at Washington Baptist Church beginning 8 a.m. The speaker this year will be Rappahannock Native and Virginia State Police Superintendent Gary Settle. Donations for the benefit of area Boy Scouting will be graciously accepted.


Lipbone Redding plays Quievremont Winery April 5.


BLUE RIDGE UKULELE CIRCLE’S 3RD TUESDAY JAM • Bring your Uke and join your friends to celebrate the coming of Spring. Beginners through experts – all are welcome. You only need to love playing the Ukulele and having fun. from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Rappahannock County Library. Contact: Mike Wenger at mike@ or 540 675-1166.



the Little Washington Theatre, as part of the 27th season in the Smithsonian at Little Washington Series, renowned musician Kenneth Slowik will present a Schubertiade — dedicated to Franz Schubert, granting him his due place alongside Mozart and Beethoven. Slowik is artistic director of the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society. His remarks shed light on the glorious music and the life and times of the featured composers. In 2011, Slowik was the recipient of the Smithsonian Secretary’s Distinguished Research Lecture Award, and the remarks during the concerts at the Little Washington Theatre are generally an abbreviated version of the talk which precedes each of the concerts heard in Washington, D.C. Schubertiade: Kenneth Slowik, piano; Stephen Honigberg, cello; Lily Honigberg,

violin. $25 Adults, $10 under 18. For ticket information email: Info@ or phone 540-675-1253.

LIPBONE CONCERT • Make plans now for Gid Brown Hollow’s Quièvremont Winery, Friday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m., for a special concert with the one and only Lipbone Redding. Lipbone Redding is described as an organic soundsman, crafting a talent that must be seen and heard to be believed. He has taken his singular vocal instrumental style to a new level by playing guitar and producing all of the instrument sounds while simultaneously singing and storytelling without the use of electronic effects nor a loop pedal. Limited tickets are $20 and will go fast. Visit product/lipbone-redding-concert/

ORANGE COUNTY MARCH 30 APRIL 1 'HARVEY' • The hilarious and

beloved comedy "Harvey" by Mary Chase a story about a happy-go-lucky fellow (Elwood Dowd) and his imaginary friend Harvey — a six-foot tall white rabbit at 8 p.m. at the RAAC Community Theatre, Washington. Elwood introduces Harvey to everyone he meets. His family, embarrassed by his eccentric behavior, commits him to a sanitarium. There's a comic mix up, and his sister is committed instead — as they say, hijinks ensue. Directed by Patty Hardee, features John Lesinski and Maureen Day. Make reservations at or call 1-800-695-6075. Performances also on Saturday, April 6, at 8 p.m. and Sunday, April 7, at 3 p.m.


• Washington Volunteer Fire and Rescue will be having their All You Can Eat Ham and Oyster dinner from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at their station. Adults $30 kids ages 4-10 $15, 3 and under are free. All proceeds will be used to fund our daily operations. For more information, call 540-675-3615 and speak with one of their members.

HISTORY • Homeschool Day

at James Madison's Montpelier, April 1 (9-5 p.m.). Join the Master Naturalists (10-2p.m.) in noticing nature with hands-on activities. Have a closer look at the world around us using scientific instruments. Take a short, guided walk to observe the forest and learn about ecology. For more information, go to http://www.


HISTORY • Seasonal Forest

Stroll at James Madison's Montpelier, April 6 (10 a.m.Noon) Join Old Rag and other Master Naturalists and Montpelier's Curator of Horticulture, Allyson Whalley, for our first Seasonal Forest Stroll through the historic Landmark Forest as we learn about the history that shapes present-day forest ecology. We wind our way through the Demonstration Forest to see forestry management practices on display. See the forest awakening as we scout for Spring ephemerals. This family-friendly 2-hour walk is best suited for those comfortable used to light hiking. $10/person. Meet at the Visitor Center. For more information: In case of inclement weather, call (540)672-2728, ext. 141 or ext. 252.

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