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Wee Ones
Wednesday, April 4 10:30-11:30 am
Museum of Culpeper History, 113 South Commerce St

Bring your children ages 1-5 to the Museum for this fun hour including a craft, activity, and snack and museum exploration.

FREE

http://culpepermuseum.com/

Spring 2018 Launching Pad Drama and Theater Workshop
Wednesday, April 4 6 pm
Jewell Tone Music School, 203 North Main St

The Launching Pad Drama and Theater Workshop for Kids Ages 7-11. Lead by Grace Catherine, instructor, performer, vocalist, and pianist – The Launching Pad is a great place for kids to come and explore their interest in the performing arts. Slots are limited, register and reserve your space today.

Cost per 12 week session is $350. Tuition installments available, call or stop by Jewell Tone Music to register for our 3-payment option.

http://jewelltonemusic.com/index.php

Spring 2018 Adult Actors and Performers Workshop
Wednesday, April 6:30-9 pm
Jewell Tone Music School, 203 North Main St

Come sign up for our new adult acting workshop (19+), working with Las Vegas Actor Stephen Sorrentino. Sing, dance, act, and improve your overall stage presence.

$450, tuition installments accepted.

http://jewelltonemusic.com/index.php

Mostly Lost: Identifying Films at the Library of Congress
Thursday, April 5 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Did you ever wonder where those “once-thought-lost, just-rediscovered” films you hear about in the news from time to time were lurking? These incomplete and unidentified films are not lost… they are just Mostly Lost. To help them regain their identity, the Library of Congress holds an annual film identification workshop where such films are projected to an audience of scholars, archivists and film enthusiasts who are encouraged to call out anything that they recognize on screen.

FREE

http://www.loc.gov/avconservation/theater/schedule.html

Cattle Drive Weekend
Friday, April 6-Saturday April, 7
Andora Farm, 17275 Germanna Hwy

Come to our 300 acre working farm for a cattle drive weekend. This is a perfect adventure for you or your horse if either of you have little to no experience around cattle. It’s also perfect for those who do have experience. Tom & Pat Seay and Kristen Biscoe host a great weekend full of driving and working cattle, learn some team penning and lots of great southern meals. Enjoy Friday night dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner with Tom, Pat and Kristen.

$25 deposit reserves your spot and a balance of $325 can be split into monthly payments or paid in full before the weekend.

http://www.bestofamericabyhorseback.com/cattle-drive-weekend.html

Jillian Kreinbring – Biomechanics
Friday, April 6-Sunday, April 8 3-6 pm
Joe London Training, LLC, 8021 Olympic Way

Joe London Training is very excited to offer this amazing lecture-series clinic. Jillian’s deep concern for the health of horses fuels her ongoing study of classical riding and its relationship to sound biomechanics and mental well-being.

Seating is limited. Please contact us for registration or visit the web site at www.joelondontraining.com

Team Penning Practice
Friday, April 6 6 pm
Andora Farm, 17275 Germanna Hwy

Come out to Andora Farm’s Team Penning Practice. There is no cattle experience needed for horse or rider. Enjoy a family friendly evening on our farm. Food and drinks available for purchase. This event is weather permitting.

$5 per run per rider. Entry is free to the public.

http://www.bestofamericabyhorseback.com/andora-farm-va.html

The Servant
Friday, April 6 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

The picture of upper-crust Brit entitlement, Tony is in need of a manservant; Barrett offers one-stop-shopping care, from butlering to fetching brown all from the pub. He’s prissy and fastidious at first, the hired help is. But are those hints of passive-aggressiveness we see in the household’s new decor, the interruptions of Tony’s intimate moments with his posh girlfriend, the installment of a tarty working-class maid who’s Barrett’s “sister”? By the time that aforementioned quote gets hissed, the duo has become something closer to a bickering married couple. Both of them are long past being gentlemen.

FREE

http://www.loc.gov/avconservation/theater/schedule.html

Super Saturdays Kids Programs
Saturday, April 7 9:30 am
Jewell Tone Music School, 203 North Main St
Fun, interactive movement and music classes for children ages 0-5 and 6-11. You can pre-register for the full 6-week session at a discount or come in as a drop-in when it works for your schedule.

Contact Jewell Tone Music in Culpeper for more information.

Super Saturdays-Kids Programs

Spring Flea Market at Slindy’s
Saturday, April 7 8 am-12 pm
Slindy’s New and Used Treasurers, 10028 James Madison Hwy

Clean out your garage and bring those treasures down to Slindy’s. Featuring a bake sale and food concession.

https://www.facebook.com/slindys3515/

Heritage Day
Saturday, March 7 8 am-3 pm
Graves’ Mountain Lodge, Inc., 205 Graves Mountain Ln, Syria

A fun-filled day with fishing, activities and education. This year other activities will provide education and hands-on activities. Harry Murray will give a 45 minute talk on fly fishing and also give a demonstration. Arts, crafts, and food vendors will be on site.

Children 12 years of age and under–Register for FREE for a chance to win prizes–including brand new fishing poles.

Welcome To Graves Mountain Lodge

Park Day
Saturday, April 7 9 am-1 pm
Cedar Mountain Battlefield, 9465 General Winder Rd

This year at Cedar Mountain Battlefield volunteers will not only be clearing interpretive trails of trash and debris but also involved in building a period fence and clearing a path to an old African American cemetery.

FREE

Walk MS: Culpeper 2018
Saturday, April 7 9am-2 pm
Culpeper Baptist Church, 318 South West St

Ending multiple sclerosis for good will take all of us. Walk MS helps us team up with friends, loved ones and co-workers to change the world for everyone affected by MS. Together, we become a powerful force. And with every step we take, every dollar we raise, we’re that much closer. Together, we will end MS forever.

https://secure.nationalmssociety.org/site/SPageNavigator/WLK_HOM_splash.html;jsessionid=00000000.app30115a?NONCE_TOKEN=D75E74AE35661C69950851F56AEBA0BF

James and the Giant Peach
Saturday, April 7 2-3:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Young British lad James is orphaned and forced to live with two cruel aunts. After he spills a magic bag of crocodile tongues, James finds himself in possession of a giant peach inhabited by large talking insects that flies him away to strange lands.

FREE

http://www.loc.gov/avconservation/theater/schedule.html

Pete Baker at Beer Hound Brewery
Saturday, April 7 7-10 pm
Beer Hound Brewery, 201 Waters Pl, #102

Pete Baker’s first time playing music at the Beer Hound. He’s got an upbeat acoustic sound and a wide range of music. We are excited to finally have him at the brewery. So come out for some great music and great beer.

No cover charge

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Sidestreet Strutters
Tuesday, April 10 7:30-9:30 pm
Culpeper County High School, 14240 Achievement Dr.

The Side Street Strutters with vocalist Meloney Collins invite audiences to enjoy a potpourri of jazz, pop and R and B melodies which have shaped our musical landscape. The result is a musical theater experience capturing the essential charm and vibrant energy of the golden age of jazz.

$25.00 (adult) or $10.00 (student)

http://stagealive.org/subscrib.htm

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.

$30

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mortons-ford-moonshine-trolley-tour-tickets-43845577302

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