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From the Town of Culpeper

Thursday, May 3 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd.
Spoiled heiress Joanna Stayton hires carpenter Dean Proffitt to build a closet on her yacht, then refuses to pay when the project is completed. When Joanna accidentally falls overboard and loses her memory, Dean takes advantage of the situation to seek revenge.


Libations on the Lawn
Friday, May 4 5-7 pm
Burgandine House, 807 South Main St.
The Museum’s popular Libations on the Lawn series begins again this summer on Friday night behind the Burgandine House. This fun family friendly event will feature The Country Troubadours performing, along with food and of course libations. This event is generously sponsored by our friends Gayheart & Willis P.C. Hope to see you there.

Admission is $8/members, $10/non-members, and children are free.

Paint, Tea & Silent Auction Fundraiser
Friday, May 4 6-8:30 pm
The Refinery, 120 West Culpeper St.
Bring your mother, daughter, son, friend or beloved mentor in your life, to create your version of this beautiful floral painting to take home or give as a gift this Mother’s Day. Or, come by yourself and make some awesome new friends. It will be a magical evening in Bride and Joy’s new event space. We will also have an incredible assortment of local treats that will make up a silent auction. The night will be filled with treasures, stories, and creativity.

First 25 tickets sold will be $35, plus eventbrite fees – $40, after. Your ticket will include a 16×20 canvas, paint, instruction, tea & sweets. paint-and- tea-with- silent-auction- ylives-camp-fundraiser-tickets- 44516911280?aff=efbeventtix

Team Penning Practice
Friday, May 4 6-9 pm
Andora Farm, 17275 Germanna Hwy
Come out to Andora Farm’s Team Penning Practice. Bring your horse and participate. There is no cattle experience needed for horse or rider. Enjoy a family friendly evening on our farm. Food and drinks available for purchase. The evening is weather permitting. If you have questions on the weather, please call us at 540-829- 9555 or check our Facebook page, Andora Farm.

$5 per run per rider. Free and open to the public to come and watch. va.html

Rachel and the Stranger
Friday, May 4 7:30-9 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd.
William Holden stars as a widowed farmer who takes an indentured servant, Rachel as his new wife, a marriage intended to be in name only, to help care for his son. The arrival of his old friend, a smooth-talking drifter, threatens the burgeoning relationship of the bride and groom.

Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market Opening Day Celebration
Saturday, May 5 7:30 am-12 pm
Parking Lot at the Corner of East Davis and North Commerce St.
Join us for opening day of the Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market, brought to you by Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. The Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market offers nearly 30 participants for this season’s market. Be certain to stop by the market to pick up locally grown produce while supporting regional farmers. Stroll through the market for locally grown fruit, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, and vibrant flowers. Taste the very best farm fresh eggs, delicious baked goods, locally raised beef, pork, lamb, poultry, and much more.
For more information please contact Culpeper Renaissance at 540-825- 4416 or visit our website.

Let’s Build a Campfire – “I’m Sow Healthy” Kids Cooking Class
Saturday, May 5 9-11 am
Parking Lot at the Corner of East Davis and North Commerce St.

Mark your calendar and join “I’m SOW Healthy” for our series of free, kid’s cooking activities every 1st Saturday at the Culpeper Downtown Farmer’s Market. Each month will feature a different snack recipe perfect for your next camping trip.

Pepperberries Spring Fling
Saturday, May 5 10 am-6 pm
Pepperberries, 102 East Davis St.
Colorful things are in store for the Pepperberries Spring Fling. New spring collections, specials for the day, fun events and sweet treats, giveaways, and Mother’s Day gifts. Let’s add some color to you, your wardrobe, your home, and of course your momma.

Meet & Greet with Tim and Chuck
Saturday, May 5 11am-5 pm
Belmont Farm Distillery, 13490 Cedar Run Rd.
Mark your calendars for a day of fun. Meet Tim Smith and Chuck Miller and grab a signature or a picture. As always there will be tastings, free tours, and plenty of awesome stuff in our gift shop. Food will be available for sale and music will be provided by the band and Steel Gray and Friends. We hope to see you there.

Parking is $5 per car with all proceeds benefiting local fire departments.

Milestone Jam 2
Saturday, May 5 12-11 pm
Beer Hound Brewery, 210 Waters Pl, #102
It’s back, Milestone Jam 2. The second year of Not At Liberty’s annual celebration is under way. We are happy to announce that we’re bringing in acts from every corner of VA to throw down for a massive party.
$5 2-tickets- 43311072584?aff=es2

Cinco de Mayo at Old Trade Brewery
Saturday, May 5 12-3 pm
Old Trade Brewery, 13270 Alanthus Rd, Brandy Station
Join Old Trade for a day of food, craft beer and music. Original music will be played by Dan Trull and Mexican themed food will be served by Buns on the Run all day long. Also “Fire Ant” jalapeno beer will be back on tap for this event.

FREE admission

Young Professionals Annual Charity Cornhole Tournament
Saturday, May 5 1-4 pm
Inn at Kelly’s Ford, 16589 Edwards Shop Rd.
Come on out to the Inn at Kelly’s Ford for a Cinco de Mayo treat. There will be a taco bar, margaritas, and garden games and fun for the kids.

$20 Adults, $10 Kids 6-10 years old, Free for kids under 5 years old professionals-annual-charity-cornhole-tournament-24666
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Piedmont Chamber Group
Saturday, May 5 2-4 pm
Jewell Tone Music, 203 North Main St
Come collaborate with your peers (ages 12 and up) and share your musical talents.

The Last Starfighter
Saturday, May 5 2-4 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd
Trailer-park teenager Alex Rogan has become an expert at the video game Starfighter, which attracts the attention of a seemingly genial stranger. The stranger turns out to be an alien in charge of a Star League who recruits Alex to fight in a real live-or- die battle with the wicked Kodan forces in outer space.

Bell, Book and Candle
Saturday, May 5 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd
Novak plays Gillian Holroyd, a witch in Greenwich Village, who admires from afar her neighbor, publisher Shep Henderson. When she finds out that he is engaged to her old collegeenemy, Gillian casts a love spell on Shep, but then falls for him for real – a dilemma as witches who fall in love lose their supernatural powers.

3rd Piedmont Princess Day
Sunday, May 6 9 am
Mane Street Hair Salon, LLC, 102 North Mane Street, Ste 101
It’s time for the 3rd Piedmont Princess Day. Bring your Little Princess (or Pirate!) to downtown Culpeper to go experience everything royal that Mane Street Hair Salon and all the other businesses have going on. Start your day with a magical makeover and be sure to end it at a festival held by Bride and Joy.

Rappahannock Hunt Fun Hunter Pace
Sunday, May 6 1-4 pm
Grovespring Farm, 11323 Grovespring Rd
Open to all. 4-5 mile course with 20 plus optional jumps of all sizes. Ride in pairs or a group of

Marketing Roundtable – Google Analytics
Tuesday, May 8 4-5 pm
Vivid Creative, 125 East Davis St, Ste 203
Join us for our monthly marketing roundtable. This event is open to the community and each month’s topic will cover marketing and branding your business. Come ready to share what has worked for you, what has been more challenging, ideas that you need to bounce off of fellow marketers and business owners, as well as questions you may have about this ever-changing industry.

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