Category: Arts and Entertainment
Penny Ann Moss, John Hollinger and Jim Lawson preview “Grumpy Old Men, the Musical,” at the Riverside. It’s the regional premier. July 21st – September 5th!
Jessica Burger, Amy Durbin and Adrienne Carr preview “Much Ado About Nothing”/Shakespeare on the Lawn on July 10, 11, 17, 18. There are several other archaeology programs at Ferry Farm this summer too.
Artists Gabe Pons and Sophia Pineda planned it. Some parents and volunteers helped put paint to bricks.
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Patrick Ahearn tells Town Talk the Small Business Administration awarded Riverside 1.4 million dollars
The Marvelous Wonderettes thru July 11. Carson, Brittany, Sarah, Elizabeth and Sheri–along with Patrick Ahearn.
Local muralist Gabe Pons and local artist Sophia Pineda planned the mural. They’re being helped by some parents and Jayem Pals of James Monroe High School.
Trista Chapman talks about the pottery event that missed 2020 because of COVID
Gabe Pons describes the project
A 750 square foot mural is expected to be completed in a few weeks at Hugh Mercer Elementary in Fredericksburg. Heart for Art features local muralist Gabe Pons and local artist Sophia Pineda along with Jayem Pals of James Monroe High School
The Central Rappahannock Regional Library’s annual program moves to Market Square this year. Here’s the schedule
- WATCH: Habitat for Humanity’s Jason Tickle explains the USDA’s 502 loans
- WATCH: Titus Walker is living his dream
- Plastic bag tax reminders for area residents and businesses
- Powering the future: applications for REC’s Community Scholarship due soon
- Calling all public school student artists! Virginia Lottery launches Thank a Teacher Art Contest