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March Madness
Thursday, March 15 – Friday, March 16 12 pm
Beer Hound Brewery, 201 Waters Pl #102

We’re watching the NCAA tournament and serving up cold beer.



Three Redneck Tenors
Thursday, March 15 7:30-9:30 pm
Culpeper County High School, 14240 Achievement Dr

The Thee Redneck Tenors are a new breed in the “tenor genre” – their musical comedy featuring classically trained veteran artists is like Duck Dynasty goes to Carnegie Hall – down home laughs with big city music. Written by opera-veteran Matthew Lord with music arranged by award-winning composer Craig Bohmler, and starring Matthew Lord, Blake Davidson, and Jonathan Fruge, the Three Redneck Tenors have been thrilling audiences since 2006.

$25 (adult) or $10 (student)

Jazz Greats on The Dick Cavett Show
Thursday, March 8 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Showcasing the Library’s holdings of television broadcasts is this specially curated program of appearances by great American Jazz performers on the Dick Cavett Show in the early 1970s. Included are two appearances by Louis Armstrong, one of which aired just months before Satchmo’s death in 1971. Interviews and performances by Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, The Modern Jazz Quartet and Earl “Fatha” Hines round out the program. Also included is a segment from the 50th Anniversary Salute to Louis Armstrong.


No School Art Buzz Kids Camp
Friday, March 16 9 am-1 pm
Wine & Design, 509 South Main St

No School ~ Let’s Get Crafty. We are having a day of Art, Fun & Crafts. Each child will create between 4 to 6 projects. Ages 5-12 is appropriate.

$45 per child. Limited seats available

Old Trade Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day
Friday, March 16-Saturday, March 17 3-10 pm
Old Trade Brewery, 13270 Alanthus Rd, Brandy Station, VA

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Old Trade Brewery. Shenanigans start on Friday with live music by Aubrey Drigger (7pm to 10pm) and food by Catch the Chef. Saturday will feature two sessions of live music by Dan Trull and food with an Irish twist by Divine Swine BBQ. Discounts for people who dress with an Irish theme.


Duke University Chorale Concert
Friday, March 16 7-9 pm
Culpeper Baptist Church, 318 South West St

The Chorale’s tour repertoire typically features both sacred and secular music ranging from the Renaissance to contemporary works, from serious to relaxed music. The music on this tour will feature American composer Gwyneth Walker’s exuberant setting of e. e. cummings’ poem and folksong settings from several countries, a Hebrew prayer, spirituals, and gospel music.


My Left Foot
Friday, March 16 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Daniel Day-Lewis portrays an Irish writer with painter Christy Brown in this biographical drama. Born with cerebral palsy into a poor, working-class family, Brown became an author and artist by learning to write and paint with his only controllable limb – his left foot.


St. Paddy’s at Beer Hound Brewery
Saturday, March 17 12-10 pm
Beer Hound Brewery, 201 Waters Pl #102

Once a year it’s o.k. to drink green beer and have a good time doing it. Stop by for a pint of O’Teddy and listen to a great Celtic-style duo – Razor Hill. Everyone who wears green gets $1 off their first pint.



Raven’s Nest Coffee House St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Saturday, March 17 7:30 am-5 pm
Raven’s Nest Coffee House, 215 East Davis St.

Gather your friends and celebrate St. Paddy’s Day in downtown Culpeper. Enjoy Irish Fare, music and other Leprechaun treats offered throughout the day at both Raven’s Nest Coffee House and upstairs dining (11am-4pm).


Shamrock Shuffle 5K Fun Run/Walk
Saturday, March 17 8-11 am
Verdun Adventure Bound, 17044 Verdun Adventure Bound Trl, Rixeyville, VA

Run or walk through the wooded cross country trails to the finish line. St. Patrick’s Day Costume contest, prizes awarded. Kids 1K Run/Walk, face painting and after race activities. Strollers are welcome but will start behind the runners. Sorry no dogs allowed at the event. Medals and Ribbons for all finishers. Refreshments at finish line pavilion. Door prize drawings included with each race entry.

Registration On-Line. All participants must sign a Release and Wavier of Liability, Assumption of Risk and Indemnity Agreement. Day of Event Registration – Cash only (without guarantee of race bag and t-shirt) – $40 individual, $70 couples, $25 student and $12 youth run

Shamrock Shuffle 5K

Pop Up Cheese Shop at Old House Brewing
Saturday, March 17 11 am-7 pm
Old House Vineyards, 18351 Corkys Ln

Join us for Old House Brewing’s St. Patrick’s Day debut. Our Pop Up Cheese Shop inside the brewery will offer more than cheeses for sale with cheese plates or Smoked Salmon (with chive turned Irish butter) on dark bread. There will also be 6,000 pints of beer available.



Narmada Barrel Tasting
Saturday, March 17 12-1 pm and 2-3 pm
Narmada Winery, 43 Naramada Ln

Join us in Narmada’s wine cellar to taste upcoming vintages of Yash-Vir, Melange, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Franc Reserve. These wines are nearing the end of their aging period and will continue to age in oak for only another month before bottling. At this exclusive tasting, winemaker Sudha Patil will explain the process of how the wines were blended, what each varietal adds to the blend, and how they are expected to develop in the coming months. Learn about Narmada’s Barrel Ownership Program, and reserve a case of your favorite wine at a special discount at the conclusion of your tasting.

$35 per person includes wine tasting and light hors d’oeuvres

Easter Crafts at Lollipop Station
Saturday, March 17 12 pm-4 pm
Lollipop Station, 122 East Davis St

Fun Easter Crafts at Lollipop Station. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Call us at 540-812-2103 today to reserve your child’s spot.


Inn at Kelly’s Ford Pelham Pub
Saturday, March 17 12 pm
Inn at Kelly’s Ford Pelham Pub, 16589 Edwards Shop Rd, Remington, VA

Join the Irish fun with St. Patty’s Day specials.

Not at Liberty at Far Gohn
Saturday, March 17 7-10 pm
Far Gohn Brewing Company, 301 South East St

Come out for good brews and jamz.


Celebrating Erie’s Patron Saint
Saturday, March 17 7-10 pm
Beer Hound Brewery, 201 Waters Pl #102

Featuring traditional Celticana and Americana in a celebration of the unofficial first day of spring.


The Buck & Griz Show
Saturday, March 17 8 am-12 pm
Grass Rootes, 195 East Davis St

St. Patrick’s Day we’re bringing the full band to our hometown venue. As usual, we will feature any of The Culpeper AllStars/Rogues End R&B Band who can be there.


The Manchurian Candidate
Saturday, March 17 7:30-10 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

During the Korean conflict, prisoners of war are brainwashed by the Communists to lay the foundation for high-level political maneuvering once they return home. Haunted by nightmares, Sinatra is determined to solve the mystery behind his terror and eventually discovers the heart of the scheme.


Packages & Promotions Workshop
Wednesday, March 21 9 am-12 pm
Narmada Winery, 43 Winery Ln, Amissville, VA

The Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Tourism Committee invites you to a free workshop – Packages & Promotions: Increase Business Through Co-Marketing. Led by members of the Regional Tourism Committee, workshop participants will learn everything they need to know to create effective and successful packages and promotions, have the opportunity to network with other area businesses and tourism professionals, and get connected to valuable resources.


Morton’s Ford + Moonshine Trolley Tour
Saturday April 21 12:30-4:30 pm
Historic Train Depot, 111 South Commerce St

The Battle of Morton’s Ford, though it was really more of a large skirmish, was the brainchild of General Benjamin Butler. Join us on this tour, where historian Clark “Bud” Hall will lead you through the footsteps of the 8,000 soldiers that engaged in the Battle. You will visit seven observation points while aboard the trolley, disembarking twice. The first of which is Struan Plantation (1830), where you will tour the pristine grounds of this antebellum home, the same grounds the Federal’s crossed during their attack towards Morton’s.

Your second ground tour will be the Confederate Troop location at the battle of Morton’s Ford. This is the first ever public tour of this untouched outstanding battlefield. From here we head north to visit Belmont Farms Distillery.

Belmont Farms offers grain to glass perfection. Here you will meet Chuck and Jeannette Miller, and learn how they have preserved the art of copper pot distilling. You will also taste six varieties of Virginia’s finest moonshine.

The trolley will then return to the Historic Train Depot.


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