Events from 10/28/17

  • From 10/28/ 7:45 pm until 10/28/ 8:45 pm
    “It is a damp and dreary night. The ground is muddy with puddles of water everywhere. It is Sunday May 15, 1864, the evening after the Battle of New Market. The sights, sounds, and smells of the battlefield are all around you when suddenly....” Travel back in time and walk in the footsteps of Union and Confederate soldiers and the Bushong family on the New Market Battlefield. Experience the tales of the Virginia Military Institute Cadets as they recount their historic involvement in that day’s battle. Join our costumed interpreters for our only nighttime tour by lantern light and discover the spirit and character of all those involved in the Battle of New Market. This program is designed to be family-friendly and perfect for kids of all ages. Tickets: $10.00 adults; $5.00 youth 6 to 17 years; 5 years old and under, free. Tickets may be purchased at the Virginia Museum of the Civil War on the day of the event. Lantern Tours every 15 minutes between 7:00 PM and 8:45 PM For more information: call 1-866-515-1864 Website: Contact: Lieutenant Colonel Troy Marshall, Site Director
  • From 10/27/ 6:30 pm until 10/29/ 6:30 pm
    At 1700 Lyndhurst Rd, Waynesboro, VA 22980, USA Categories: Meeting
    Coming October 27 "A Pale Horse Rides" a LIVE Bible seminar featuring footage filmed on location with speaker Shawn Boonstra at the Waynesboro Seventh-day Adventist Church. Is Christianity facing its death? Does the Bible predict it would happen? This 3-night free seminar series include topics such as Rome is Burning, Barbarian Fire, and An Underground Movement. Come and explore what the Bible has to say about these includes topics. Location - Waynesboro Seventh-day Adventist Church 1700 Lynhurst Road, Waynesboro Dates - October 27-29 @ 6:30pm every night For more information visit or call 800-297-9071
  • From 10/07/ 10:00 am until 10/28/ 12:00 pm
    At Categories: Class
    For the young artist, the ever popular Saturday Art for Kids is designed as a program that expands upon art offered in school or as an art experience for the home schooled. The classes are taught by artists who are amazing with kids. All supplies and snacks are included for children ages 6 – 10. Preregistration required. (October 7, 21, & 28, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., $15 per class)
  • From 10/03/ 5:45 pm until 10/31/ 10:00 am
    At Categories: Class
    Tai Chi in the Art Gallery with Linda Revis! Join in the fun every Tuesday morning in October, from 9:00 – 10:00 a.m. in the Invitational Gallery. Discover the graceful art that is Tai Chi. ($10 per class) All are welcome!
  • From 10/03/ 10:00 am until 10/28/ 4:00 pm
    The Shenandoah Valley Art Center, during the month of October, is exhibiting in the Cabell/Arehart Gallery the artwork of the Beverly Street Studio School. Located in downtown Staunton, the School distinguishes itself by offering year round non-degree college-level art classes to the serious art student. In addition to the core curriculum and as part of the School’s mission to make art accessible to everyone in the community, BSSS offers: an art gallery with rotating exhibits by guest artists, instructors and students; several offsite exhibit opportunities; a high quality Travel Study program; Open Session figure drawing; the Queen City Plein Air Festival; and numerous free community programs including monitored art discussions, lectures, and peer critiques. The theme of "Germination" was chosen in honor of the School’s 25th anniversary and to emphasize how BSSS and artists are in perpetual growth, rebirth and development. A selection of 2017 class and workshop instructors and students will be exhibiting. In the Members’ and Hallway Galleries, the theme is Artist’s Choice. SVAC members, through a variety of media and creative ideas, will present selected works of art.
  • From 10/01/ 9:00 am until 10/31/ 9:00 pm
    Open studio opportunities in the Virginia Ross Education Studio are available to printmakers and ceramic artists. Access to top of the line clay and printmaking equipment and space to work will be furnished for $60 per quarter. Apply on line at
  • From 08/04/ 9:00 pm until 08/03/18 9:00 pm
    At 15 East Main St, Salem, VA 24153 Categories: Music, Live Event Tags: comedy, poetry, stand-up, spoken word, storytelling
    Starting August 4th NST will be every Friday night at 9pm. Doors open at 8pm. NST is a creative outlet for performers and writers of every experience level. At NST there are only 3 rules: 1. It has to be something original 2. It has to be 5 minutes or less 3. You can't break anything including the law We accept the first 15 pieces submitted and nothing is turned away for not being "good enough." There won't be a charge for anyone coming to No Shame Theatre. We are responsible for a $25 cleaning fee each week we hold NST so we do accept donations. We are also reaching out to the community for support. If you are interested in being a sponsor for one or more weeks of No Shame Theatre we would announce your support at the beginning of each event you support. We would also post about your support on the "No Shame Theatre-Salem" Facebook and Twitter pages. If you are interested and have questions, concerns or ideas about others ways we can be partners please email us. Thank you so much for your time. M. Jason Turner
  • From 07/27/ 5:30 pm until 12/28/ 12:55 pm
    At 8456 Brock Rd, Spotsylvania, VA 22553, USA Categories: Charity, Fundraising Tags: fundraiser, non-profit, Volunteer
    BINGO to Support our Military, Veterans and their families. Admission Fee: $15.00 per single book, additional books $10.00 ea. Progressive Jackpot $500-$5000 Located near the Gordon Rd and Brock Rd intersection and opposite Goshen Baptist Church 8456 Brock Road... Spotsylvania, Va 22553 No outside food or beverages are allowed. No checks accepted. An ATM is available. Non-Smoking Donate 2 or more canned goods for the Food Pantry and get 1 FREE Jackpot play slip. EVERY Thursday - 6:30 P.M. Start Time Doors open at 5:30 P.M. Pull Tabs Concession Stand with food from the Auxiliary Tele: (540) 548-8069
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