From the Town of Culpeper
Greatest Showman Sing-Along & Theatrical Arts Spirit Night
Wednesday, April 25 5-9 pm
Buffalo Wild Wings, 763 Nalles Mill Rd
Sing-Along to The Greatest Showman while watching the film on TV. Theatrical Arts will be in the house for a Spirit Night and will be performing “This Is Me” live at 7:00pm. Kid’s meals are half off during the Sing-Along. https://www.facebook.com/events/840810829445278/
Burgers and Badges
Wednesday, April 25 6-8 pm
Grill 309, 309 South Main St.
Come help us support the Culpeper Virginia Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Task Force in their fight to end domestic violence and sexual assault. Come out to order some delicious food and tasty drinks, and enjoy yourself. http://grill309.com/
A Day at the Races
Thursday, April 26 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd
In this classic Marx Brothers comedy, veterinarian Hugo Z. Hackenbush is hired as chief of staff for the financially troubled Standish Sanitarium at the insistence of wealthy hypochondriac patient Mrs. Emily Upjohn. Soon after, the facility’s owner Judy Standish finds herself caught up in the world of horse racing after her fiancé blows his life savings on a racehorse named Hi-Hat with the hope of winning enough money to avoid foreclosure for the sanitarium. Zany shenanigans ensue by jockey Harpo Marx and racing tipster Chico Marx.
Friday, April 27 6-8 pm
Country Club of Culpeper, 2100 Country Club Rd.
Attention Ladies, we are hosting an event just for you and your girlfriends. Join us for shopping, light hors d’oeuvres and cocktails out with the girls.
No entry fee, cash bar available for cocktails http://www.countryclubofculpeper.com/
Cuban Wine Dinner
Friday, April 27 6:30-10 pm
Inn at Kelly’s Ford, 16589 Edwards Shop Rd, Remington
Please join us for a 5 course dinner with wine pairings, salsa dancing and cigars will be available to purchase as well. Rooms have been discounted as well $100 for main house suites, $125 for cottages and $200 for silo or loft.
$65 per person for tickets. Please call to make reservations at 540.399.1779
Mutiny on the Bounty
Friday, April 27 7:30-10 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd.
This fact-based epic classic is an engrossing adaptation of the Nordhoff-Hall book about a clash of wills between the tyrannical Captain Bligh and his mutinous crew led by Fletcher Christian aboard the HMS Bounty, an 18th-century British merchantman in the South Seas.
April Craft and Flea Market
Saturday, April 28 9 am-3 pm
Salem Volunteer Fire Department, 13428 Scotts Mill Rd
Come celebrate our one-year anniversary. https://www.facebook.com/SVFD.org/
Saturday, April 28 10 am-2 pm
Culpeper Child Development Center, 318 South West St.
The entire community is invited to see, get up close, touch and in some cases climb on: emergency vehicles, big rig trucks, tractors, military vehicles, construction equipment, helicopter and more. So bring the whole family for a great time in the church parking lot.
Gnarly Hops & Barley Fest
Saturday, April 28 12-5 pm
The Gnarly Hops brewfest is back. Sample Virginia and nationally brewed beers. This year, we’re excited to offer you even more craft brews, great local food and some rockin’ live music with headliner Love Canon.
VIP Advance Tasting Ticket – $70, Advance Tasting Ticket – $35
Spring Full Moon Field Party
Saturday, April 28 4-11 pm
Mountain Run Winery, 10753 Mountain Run Lake Rd.
The coming of spring means it’s a new year with new wines to release. Come celebrate our new editions with the first of our late night parties at Mountain Run Winery. In addition to some great new wines at the winery, we’ve got food from Why Not Grill, 80’s music, dancing, great yard games, and a bonfire to keep away any spring evening chills.
Admission is free and parking is only $5 per vehicle
Saturday, April 28 7:30-9 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd
This romantic drama stars Seena Owen as Hester Bevins, a simple country girl who yearns for adventure. Though she has a handsome young man, Jerry, who is devoted to her, she leaves her village and goes to New York in search of a grander life. There she becomes the lover of a wealthy and unscrupulous businessman. But when Jerry returns blinded and dying from the war, Hester must choose between her new life and the man whose loyalty to her has never failed.
Walden Hall’s Spring Open House
Sunday, April 29 1-3 pm
Walden Hall, 17440 True Blue Ln, Reva
We believe that wedding planning should be fun, and so we’ve put together a delightful, laid back afternoon of wedding planning for you at our Spring Open House, We invite you to come and tour the venue, meet with our favorite, top-notch wedding vendors, and start building your wedding dream team.
Monday, April 30 5:30 pm
Noble Journey Yoga, 139 West Davis St, Ste 301
This class is appropriate for all levels of practitioner. The most beginner level to advanced practitioner will find modifications to suit their personal practice and level of expertise. This class is focused on bringing a more heightened awareness to your body and personal practice with an emphasis on proper spinal alignment. Clear your mind, increase your flexibility, gain strength, restore energy, and discover the uniqueness of your body, mind, and breath.
$145/12 weeks, $55/4 weeks, and $15 drop in fee
Tuesday, May 1 6:30 am-2 pm
The Ole Country Store, 18019 Country Store Dr
Fresh, delicious donuts from Yoder’s Dutch Delights.
Beginner Ukulele Class
Tuesday, May 1 4:30-5:15 pm and 6-6:45 pm
Jewell Tone Music, 203 North Main St
The Piedmont Performing Arts Academy presents our Beginner Ukulele Class instructed by Brandon Alexander. This is a 10 week course for children and adults.
$120 which includes a Hal Leonard Ukulele book and a music stand. The $160 package deal includes the book and the stand, plus a Mahalo Ukulele in your choice of color. Please call 540-317-1115 to register over the phone or to register on line click the appropriate link below.
Give Local Piedmont
Tuesday, May 1
Join us for 24 hours of giving to benefit our local nonprofits and make a difference. Give Local Piedmont is the region’s one-day, online giving event. This important campaign inspires community members to give generously to the nonprofit organizations that are making our region stronger.
Culpeper Spring High Heeled Happy Hour
Tuesday, May 1 6-8 pm
The Refinery, 120 West Culpeper St
Sip. Shop. Support. Show off your shoes in support of Culpeper Pregnancy Center. There will be complimentary appetizers, amazing vendors, and door prizes for fabulous footwear. 10% of all vendor sales will be donated to the Culpeper Pregnancy Center
Tickets: $10 in advance, $15 at the door
Social Media and Online Safety
Tuesday, May 1 7-8:30 pm
Culpeper Police Department, 740 Old Brandy Rd
The presentation will cover how parents can recognize dangerous behaviors online or if their children are being targeted. Children will be given information on how to keep themselves safe online and from becoming victims of sextortion or bullying. The presentation will also give you the opportunity to see and hear what we as the Police Department do in handling these types of cases.