Calendar of Events Nov. 25
November 25, 2016 - garden totes
Bailey’s Closet advantage game
Bailey’s Closet advantage basketball diversion will be hold during 7:20 p.m. tonight during James Wood High School. The stream girls varsity organisation will play a returning varsity players. Admission is $3.
This diversion is to assistance account a gift called Bailey’s Closet. The diversion is being played in memory of Bailey Huffman, who upheld divided final year.
Walking in a Winter Wonderland
Walking in a Winter Wonderland annual light uncover opens during 5:30 p.m. tonight and runs compartment Jan. 1 during Clearbrook Park. Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Years Eve. Hours are 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. any day. Half of a opening night embankment deduction go to Chain of Checks.
Parking scale decorating
The holiday parking scale decorating competition in downtown Berryville will be hold by Tuesday.
Register as a family, group, business or particular to adorn one of a town’s parking meters. Go online or call for some-more information and to register. Meters will be judged Wednesday, and awards will be given out during a Christmas tree lighting. Call 540-955-4001.
Shenandoah Potters Guild Holiday Show
Shenandoah Potters Guild Holiday Show will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday during Jim Barnett Park. There will be a outrageous collection of handmade pottery by internal artisans from a Shenandoah Valley and surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains.
Holiday open house
There will be a holiday open residence from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday during Sky Meadows State Park. To flog off a holiday season, a park’s ancestral area will be filled with holiday treats cooking over a abode in a record cabin, costumed interpreters revelation stories of holidays past, and a sounds of Madeline MacNeil in Mount Bleak House.
Gingerbread residence workshop
Worlds Away Events during 7793 Main St. in Middletown is hosting a seminar where we can move your gingerbread pack or pieces and they will further your decorations with frostings and succulent tidbits. You might name possibly Saturday or Sunday. The workshops are from 1 to 5 p.m., and snacks and drinks are included. In addition, we might send your residence to a Wayside Inn for a Gingerbread House contest. The cost is $25. For some-more information and to haven your space, call Lisa during 540-508-2443. You might also revisit www.worldsaway.net. A apportionment of a deduction advantage Habitat for Humanity.
Aaron R. Even will pointer “He Comes in Fire” from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday during a Winchester Book Gallery during 185 N. Loudoun St.
Library Shop sale
The annual Library Shop sale starts on Saturday and runs by Dec. 31 on a initial building in a easterly wing, only off a categorical rotunda of a Handley Library. Each holiday deteriorate a Library Shop offers discounts of 20 percent for purchases of $20 or more. The emporium is staffed by volunteers, so hours might vary, though we can call for a day’s hours by dialing 540-662-9041 ext. 30.
The Library Shop facilities singular equipment such as architectural nod cards fit for any season, T-shirts, sweatshirts, receptacle bags and used books. All deduction go to Friends of Handley Regional Library.
The Greenway Women’s Missions will unite an all-you-can-eat nation breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday during Greenway Spirit and Word Fellowship, 1275 Tasker Road, Stephens City. Adults are $6; children 5 and underneath are $2.
The Christmas march and tree lighting rite will be during 7 p.m. Monday in downtown Winchester. There will be bands, floats, Santa and a tree lighting rite around 8 p.m. The march track is Cameron Street to Piccadilly to left on Braddock Street to left on Cork Street and finish during Loudoun Street.
Relay For Life of Clarke County kick-off event
Relay For Life of Clarke County kick-off eventuality and Paint Night will be during 6:30 p.m. Monday during Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church during 210 E. Main St., Berryville. Event is free. Children welcome. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and drinks provided. There is a $10 price to those who would like to paint. Please RSVP to 540-667-6675 ext. 0.
Perspectives on a 2016 Presidential Election
Shenandoah University’s College of Arts Sciences will horde a row contention of expertise experts who will offer research of a 2016 presidential debate and election, as good as a arriving Donald Trump presidency. The eventuality is from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday in Henkel Hall, Hester Auditorium. Dean of a College of Arts Sciences and highbrow of history, Jeff Coker, will offer opening remarks and offer as row moderator. Panelists will offer perspectives and rivet in contention on a choosing and simulate on intensity ramifications for a destiny of a country. The eventuality is giveaway and open to a public.
The Middletown Garden Club is sponsoring a third annual gingerbread contest. The competition has been stretched to embody gingerbread anticipation creations along with a gingerbread houses.
Registration forms contingency be submitted by Sunday during a Wayside Inn on Main Street in Middletown. Entry forms are accessible by job Faith Harbaugh during 540-664-4897 or emailing Innkeeper@waysideinn1797.
Completed entries contingency be delivered to Wayside Inn, 7783 Main St., from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. commencement Tuesday and no after than noon on Dec. 1.
A Best in Show Trophy along with a $50 Wayside cooking certificate will be awarded during a judging on Dec. 1. A People’s Choice prize will be awarded to a entrance that receives a top series of votes by Dec. 10. All entries will be on open arrangement Dec. 2-21.
World AIDS Day
World AIDS Day will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 1 during Our Health campus’ Eagles Board Room during 329 N. Cameron St. The module will underline guest speakers, name song and a candlelight burial during 7:15 p.m. The AIDS coverlet row will be on display. Find some-more sum during a AIDS Response Effort page on Facebook.
The Historic Jordan Springs will horde 6 fundraiser cooking museum performances of Winchester Little Theatre’s “It’s a Wonderful Life,” a live radio uncover created by Joe Landry, from Dec. 2 to 11 to advantage a theater’s replacement campaign. Times are 6:30 p.m. Dec. 2, 3, 9, and 10, along with 1 p.m. Dec. 4 and Dec. 11.
The eventuality will start with a plated three-course cooking followed by a show. Guests of a uncover will accept nominal tours of a ancestral building’s Christmas décor.
For some-more information, hit Colt Nutter during 540-667-7744 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit a website during historicjordansprings.com.
Historical candlelight tours
Abram’s Delight Museum, George Washington’s Office and Stonewall Jackson’s Headquarters Museum will be partial of a candlelight debate from 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 2 and 3 to 7 p.m. Dec. 3. This is a giveaway event. There will be vital story interpreters and holiday decorations.
Tree lighting in Berryville
The annual Christmas tree lighting will be during 6 p.m. Dec. 2 during Rose Hill Park in Berryville.
This will embody members of a Clarke County Community Band and a Clarke County High School Choir. Awards for a parking scale decorating competition will be given out as well.
Immediately following will be a unison by a Clarke Community Band during a Barns of Rose Hill.
Berryville Christmas Parade
The Berryville Christmas Parade will start during noon Dec. 3. For information call Donna Peake during 540-514-5730. Applications need to be in no after than this Monday.
The Virginia Youth Ballet and The Vostrikov Academy of Ballet will perform a “Nutcracker” during 12:30 and 5:30 p.m. Dec. 3 and 12:30 p.m. Dec. 4 during James Wood High School.
Reserved seating tickets are $18 and can be purchased by job 540-665-0343 or in chairman during a academy during 20 W. Cork St., opposite from a Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum.
Office hours are 4 to 8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and from noon to 2 p.m. Saturdays. Cash, check and credit cards accepted.
Holiday residence tour
Preservation Historic Winchester’s Holiday House Tour will take place Dec. 3-4. Candlelight residence tours take place from 6 to 9 p.m. Dec. 3 and 1 to 5 p.m. Dec. 4. Addresses are 203 S. Braddock St., 220 W. Boscawen St., 314 Courtfield Ave., 514 Amherst St., and 106 N. Cameron St. Two-day tickets are $20. Sunday-only tickets are $15.
You can buy tickets during Kimberly’s, Wilkins Shoe Center, Winchester Book Gallery, Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center and during www.phwi.org.
Spikes for Tikes
James Wood High School will be holding a third annual Spikes for Tikes boys volleyball contest during 6 p.m. Dec. 3. Admission is $5. Spikes for Tikes is a contest between a boys of all 4 classes during James Wood to lift income for a Henry and William Evans Home for Children.
Quilt find event
The Virginia Quilt Museum will unite a Comfort and Joy Quilt Turning Tea from 1 to 3 p.m. Dec. 4 during a George Washington Hotel, 103 E. Piccadilly St.
This will be a “Quilt Discovery,” that affords purebred participants an eventuality to have their personal quilt’s story analyzed and presented to a eventuality attendees by coverlet historian, Pamela Pampe of Winchester.
Tickets are $40 and are accessible for squeeze during a museum, during www.vaquiltmuseum.org/events or by phone during 540-433-3818. They contingency be purchased no after than Dec. 1.
Those who would like to have their coverlet detected during a eventuality should finish a Virginia Quilt Museum Discovery Event Agreement and contention it by this Tuesday. The agreement can be found and submitted online during a same website as above.
Everyone is invited to come for a tea, regardless if they have a quilt.