Culpeper news & events in brief

June 21, 2016 - bbq set

 Graduating with honors

Haley McLean, of Reva, recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Emory Henry College in Emory with a vital in mathematics. Commencement orator Dr. Nat Irvin II suggested students to cruise that “what we see is not all there is.” In his speech, he asked connoisseur to anticipate always what a destiny might portend and in a meantime to “remain loyal to a beliefs of faith, learning, service, honesty, village and a eagerness to offer others in a universe of a future.”

European Choir Fest

Castleton in Performance presents a “European Choir Fest” during 4 p.m. Saturday, Jun 25 during a state-of-the-art Castleton Theatre House in Rappahannock County featuring Musicaficta, an Italian choir, and Koris Logo, a masculine cover garb from Latvia. The module will embody ancient approved dedicated music, exemplary polyphony, and complicated works by composers such as Giovanni Pergolesi, Archangelski, Pablo Casals, and John Tavener. Be prepared to hear a palatable sounds of a 16th Century Renaissance as good as normal folk songs. $20-$40 castletonfestival.org (540) 937-3454.

Pig Pickin’ and Politickin’ BBQ

State Senator Bryce Reeves, Republican claimant for major governor, binds his annual fund-raising eventuality from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jun 25 during Small Country Campground in Louisa. $30, children 12 and younger get in free. (908) 839-5070 – eventuality paid for and certified by Revitalize Virginia PAC.

Mad Science

Culpeper Library hosts a special pin, cocktail and bang uncover during 10:30 a.m., 2:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jun 23 and during 10:30 a.m. Friday. Children and their caregivers are invited to be vacant by a insane scientist as they challenge gravity, emanate overwhelming rainbow reactions, disintegrate a Styrofoam head, grow a palm and more. Recommended for ages 5 and older. Space is limited. First come, initial served. FREE.

Neighborhood Watch

The Culpeper Police Department hosts a total area watch organisation assembly during 7 p.m. Thursday, Jun 23 during a Roscoe Ford Police Station, 740 Old Brandy Rd. Michele Leith, village overdo coordinator with a Virginia Attorney General’s Office, will be a guest orator and will be articulate about initiatives and programs associated to heroin abuse and tellurian trafficking. Refreshments and doorway prizes.

Love one another

Culpeper United Methodist Church continues a cooking series, “Watching Over One Another in Love,” during 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jun 22 with BBQ prepared by array master Nelson Colwell with deduction to advantage a Living a Dream Foundation combined in memory of Ben Long. Alan Rasmussen with Rappahannock-Rapidan Community Services will speak about a “Gatekeepers Suicide Prevention Training.” $6

Shooting Stars fund-raiser

A new internal organization, Shooting Stars, an associate of a Down Syndrome Society, is holding a fund-raiser during 6 p.m. Friday, Jun 24 during a Wine Design during 509 S. Main St. in Culpeper. Proceeds will be used to yield present baskets to new families who are welcoming babies diagnosed with DS. Fee for portrayal category is $45. (540)661-8409. Register online during wineanddesign.com/locations/culpeper

Big Latch On

The fourth annual Big Latch On will be hold on Saturday, Aug. 6 during Yowell Meadow Park. Registration starts during 9 a.m. The Big Latch On is groups of breastfeeding women entrance together during purebred locations around a universe to all fasten on their child during a set time, 10:30 a.m.  All a breastfeeding women and children are latched on for one notation during a set time and are counted by a witnesses.  Free goody bags for a initial 125 moms to register. Free raffle prizes.  https://www.facebook.com/events/219201605083581 .  Contact Cindy during cynanne@gmail.com for some-more information.

Salute to a Troops

“Patriotic, nostalgic, memorable!” That’s what people are observant about a arriving Salute to a Troops Concert and Swing Dance from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Jun 24 during The Marshall Community Center. Whether wearing your uniform or in civvies, mount with other members and be concurred as a rope plays a thesis songs of all use branches. For some-more information, call (540) 422-8580.

Airport open house

Culpeper Regional Airport will horde a T-Hangar ribbon-cutting from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Jun 25. The eventuality will take place during 12517 Brandy Ford Road. The airfield will acquire new tenants to a field. Light refreshments.

‘Burgers and Badges’

Grill 309 and a Culpeper Police Department are teaming adult to lift supports for SAFE, a classification for advocacy, support and resources for victims of domestic attack and passionate assault. From 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Jun 22 officers will assistance offer dishes and present their tip income to SAFE. Grill 309 will also present a commission of proceeds. The grill is located during 309 S. Main Street, Culpeper.

Town bureau shutting early

The Culpeper Town Treasurer’s Office will tighten during noon on Jun 30 for departmental reserve training and mercantile year finish closing. Payments can still be done online during culpeperva.gov, 829-8220 or a night dump box in a city gymnasium parking lot. The bureau will free during 8 a.m. on Jul 1.

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