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Felix Klieser at Culture & Arts Center
Thursday, August 9 8 pm
Felix Klieser is a professional French horn player was born with no arms, so uses his feet to do most things.

Sleeping Beauty
Thursday, August 9 7-8:15 pm
The Jewell Boxx Theater, 201 ½ North Main St
An original family-friendly adaptation of Sleeping Beauty, presented by The Jewell Boxx Theater and The Traveling Players Ensemble.

La Strada
Thursday, August 9 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd
Gelsomina is sold by her mother into the employ of Zampanò, a brutal strongman in a traveling circus. When Zampanò encounters an old rival in high wire artist the Fool, his fury is provoked to its breaking point.

Fort Germanna Archaeology Public Access Days
Friday, August 10 10 am
The Germanna Foundation, 2062 Germanna Hwy, Locust Grove
Watch the progress being made while we work to uncover the historic fort that was commissioned by Lt. Governor Alexander Spotswood in 1714 and settled by German colonists who assisted Spotswood in beginning his mining operation.

Computer Basics
Friday, August 10 2 pm
Culpeper Workforce Center, 210 East Stevens St, Ste 200
Gain a basic understanding of how to use the computer. Topics covered: using a mouse, keyboarding, opening and closing applications, and flash drives.
Classes are free. To learn more or register, email

Cattle Drive Weekend
Friday, August 10-Saturday, August 11 3 pm
Andora Farm, 17275 Germanna Hwy
Come to our 300 acre working farm for a cattle drive weekend! 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

Team Penning Practice
Friday, August 10 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.

Brief Encounter
Friday, August 10 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd
After a chance meeting at a suburban British train station, a married doctor and a middle-class homemaker find themselves drawn into a poignant romance.

Celebrate National Farmers Market Week
Saturday, August 11 7:30 am-12 pm
Parking Lot at the Corner of East Davis and North Commerce St
Show your support of our local farmers. There will be special drawing for customers, great giveaways from Purely Piedmont, face painting, and a Caricature Artist.

Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market
Saturday, August 11 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.

Yoga at Mountain Run
Saturday, August 11 10-11 am
Mountain Run Winery, 10753 Mountain Run Lake Rd
This class will be offered by Jenn Bennett Mintz in collaboration with our Culpeper favorite yoga studio, Pranapiloga. Proceeds for this class will benefit the Free Clinic of Culpeper, an amazing local non-profit organization that provides medical care to citizens that do not have the means to pay for health care.
The suggested donation fee for this class is $10 per person.

Cedar Mountain 156th Living History Weekend
Saturday, August 11-Sunday, August 12 11 am and 10 am
Friends of Cedar Mountain Battlefield, 9456 General Winder Rd, Rapidan, VA
Choose from a variety of immersive activities designed to share the stories of Civil War soldiers and civilians before, during, and after the battle.
Admission is free to the public. Donations are always welcome, and all net proceeds to go benefit the Friends of Cedar Mountain Battlefield.

Audition Announcement
Saturday, August 11 11 am and Tuesday, August 14 6:30 pm
Jewell Boxx, 201 North Main St
Casting for staged Monologues and Shorts for the Jewell Boxx Grand Opening. StageWorks is the resident theatre company for the Jewell Boxx. Candidates must present 1-2 minute monologues. We are casting up to 12 actors. Ages 17+. For details email

Bourbon, Bluegrass, BBQ & Tim
Saturday, August 11 12-5 pm
Belmont Farm Distillery, 13490 Cedar Run Rd
We’e pleased to announce that Tim Smith will be joining us for this special event. Come out to the farm and enjoy a free bourbon sample, live bluegrass from Grassland Bluegrass Band, BBQ provided by the Knights of Columbus, and a meet and greet with Tim. Tim will be here from noon until 3 for photo and autograph opportunities.

Piedmont Chamber Group
Saturday, August 11 2 pm
Jewell Tone Music, 203 North Main St
A workshop for ages 12 and up. Come collaborate with your peers and share your musical talents.

An American Tale
Saturday, August 11 2-4 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd
A Russian-Jewish family of mice emigrate from Ukraine to America on a tramp steamer where they have been led to believe there are ‘no cats.’ During a thunderstorm, young Fievel suddenly finds himself separated from his family and hopes to find a way to reunite with them once in New York.

Home from the Hill
Saturday, August 11 7:30-10 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd
The story explores the tangled relationships of Wade, his estranged wife Hannah, their adult son Theron, and his illegitimate son Rafe from an earlier relationship.

Films on the Field
Saturday, August 11 9-11 pm
Culpeper Sports Complex, 16358 Competition Dr
Come on out for a night under the stars at Culpeper Sports Complex to watch Disney’s critically acclaimed, animated film Coco. Coco is a whimsical film perfect for the whole family. It stresses the importance of culture, family, music, and following one’s dreams.
FREE, feel free to bring blankets/chairs to sit on. Concessions will be on site. (No glass bottles,
coolers, or alcohol allowed). For additional information you can call Culpeper County Parks & Recreation at 540-727-3412 or

Baby Café at the Raven’s Nest
Monday, August 1310 am
Raven’s Nest Coffee House, 215 East Davis St
Come and enjoy coffee and conversation with other expecting and new moms. No appointment is needed, and children are welcome.

Job Readiness Workshop
Monday, August 13 10 am-12 pm
Culpeper County Library, 271 Southgate Shopping Ctr
Come to get yourself prepared for the Job Fair. Part-time, Full-time, and Long-term Careers.
Call (540) 684-6795 for more information.

Art Jam: Making Marks
Monday, August 13 10:30 am
K Art and Design, Inc., 121 West Locust St
Mr. Tony & Miss Kelly of K Art and Design, Inc. Studios invite you to an art playdate Children will get started ‘making marks’ with jumbo crayons, washable paint, and more. Adults will learn ways to encourage children and make art fun for the whole family.

Creating your Marketing Plan
Tuesday, August 14 4-5 pm
Vivid Creative, 125 East Davis St, Ste 203
Join us for our free monthly workshop and roundtable to discuss the details of your marketing plan; what should be included, how often you should be communicating to your audience, and the timeline your marketing plan should be completed by.
Reserve your spot – email Space is limited!

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