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PW Arts Council announces upcoming events

Free summer concerts and more at (mostly)Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center.

Piedmont Art Show and Sale for 74th year Oct. 28-30 at church in The Plains

Grace Episcopal Church in The Plains has served as a showcase for new works by area artists for 74 years with a one-year interruption in 2020 due to COVID-19. The Piedmont Regional Art Show & Sale annually draws more than 200 works in oil, acrylic, watercolor, graphics, photography and other media. The works are exhibited in the church hall and may be purchased. Judges evaluate the entries and award prizes.

Fauquier Community Theatre’s, SHOAH, continues Feb. 4-6

Fauquier Community Theatre continues its world premiere of SHOAH adapted for stage by Dr. Harry Kantrovich from Claude Lanzmann’s documentary about the Holocaust.

Free admission to newly updated Virginia Museum of History & Culture Sept. 17

This coming Saturday, Sept.17, 2022, the Virginia Museum of History & Culture (VMHC) will offer free admission as part of Smithsonian Magazine's 18th annual Museum Day initiative. Museums, zoos, and cultural centers from all 50 states participate in this annual day to encourage visitors to take advantage of amazing learning experiences.

Two Poor Teachers one-stop shop for kitchen and bathroom remodeling

Two Poor Teachers is actually One Poor Teacher now– namely founder Ken Nies –but the name fit when Nies and Tom Pennell started the kitchen and bathroom remodeling company in 1999.

Save “N” Serve joins ranks of thrift shops in the Manassas area

Five books for $1. Golf clubs for $2 each Clothes for the same prices are some of the bargains smart shoppers can find at the newly opened Save "N" Serve Thrift Store in Manassas.

Apply now for Merrimac Farm master naturalist program starting May 23

Learn how to monitor bluebirds, investigate vernal pools, facilitate camera trapping for the Smithsonian, monitor stream health, and more through the Master Naturalist training at Merrimac Farm that starts May 23.

Youth walk in the footsteps of history at Civil War camp at Brentsville Courthouse

A dozen campers ages 8-13 tried out the life of a Civil War soldier in Prince William County recently at Basic Civil War Camp at Brentsville Courthouse Centre in Bristow. David Born, historical program coordinator, and Michael Riley, site manager for the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre, led the young history buffs. The program was developed by Prince William County VA's Department of Historic Preservation.

Local area to shine in new movie due out in June

Many local residents and picturesque spots had a hand in Independent filmmaker Vianlix Mestey's second film, for Money or Love. The film will have its premier performance June 10 at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton, VA.

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