Yoga at a winery (!!!), and other Culpeper events

by | May 16, 2017 | Culpeper, Events

Eat the Rainbow
Thursday, May 18 4:30-5:30 pm
Pranapiloga, 767 Madison Rd

Join Vy and Anne to identify, learn about, and eat colorful, delicious, whole foods that keep our bodies healthy and happy.

$10, cash only

Breathe | Believe | Become

J & The Band – Culpeper Downtown 3rd Thursday Concert
Thursday, May 18 5-9 pm
The Depot, 111 South Commerce St

Join us for a party band from Virginia Beach with vocals, guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, and a 3-piece horn section, playing many of your Top 40, Classic Rock, Motown, Beach, Oldies, and favorites.

Advance tickets – $5, General admission at the gate – $7, Kids are FREE


Uncle Billy Thursday at Beer Hound
Thursday, May 18 5:30-8:30 pm
Beer Hound Brewery, 201 Waters Pl, #102

Uncle Billy brings his brand of high energy acoustic guitar and vocals to the patio at Beer Hound Brewery. Come on down and enjoy all your favorite cover tunes, contests, and $1 off pints. Uncle Billy: good tunes, good times.



Best in Show
Thursday, May 18 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

This satirical look at the world of championship dog breeding and competition tracks several canine contestants and their handlers as they prepare for the prestigious Mayflower Kennel Club Dog Show.



Mandorla at Far Gohn Brewing
Friday, May 19 7-10 pm
Far Gohn Brewing Company, 301 South East St

Great beer and live music in a really groovy local pub. See you there.



Fall Line at Grass Rootes
Friday, May 19 7-10 pm
Grass Rootes, 195 East Davis St

Fall Line means fiery flatpicking, melodic banjo, smooth dobro and layered 3-part harmonies. Join us for a night of toe-tappin’ Americana.


Fall Line Bluegrass Band

Honky Tonk
Friday, May 19 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Clark Gable stars as frontier con artist Candy Johnson who, along with his pal Sniper, sneak onto a train bound for gold rush country in Nevada to avoid being tarred and feathered for recent misdeeds. Aboard, he meets and falls for the beautiful Boston-bred Elizabeth Cotton and soon discovers that she is the daughter his old acquaintance and former crook “Judge” Cotton.



South Canal Street
Friday, May 19 8:30-11:30 pm
Pepper’s Grill, 791 Madison Rd

Join us for live music from South Canal Street. Be sure to have your dancing shoes on.



Kidding Around Yoga Teacher Training
Saturday, May 20-Sunday, May 21 9:30 am-5:30 pm (each day)
Golden Harmony Fitness Studio, 120 West St

This incredible system of music, breath work, meditation, sing-alongs, games, asanas and so much more is the best way to introduce a complete yoga practice to children that we have seen. This blended course includes online training and a weekend group training.



Yoga at Mountain Run Winery

Saturday, May 20 10 am-1 pm
Mountain Run Winery, 10753 Mountain Run Lake Rd

The yoga series is a monthly 60-minute all-levels vinyasa flow class offered at the winery May-September. The winery will open immediately following class each session so you can finish your final savasana with a nice glass of Mountain Run wine.

$10-$20 suggested donation


Healing Sound Immersion
Saturday, May 20 2-4 pm
Pranapiloga, 767 Madison Rd

Update the Vibrational Frequencies in your energy system, release dated behavior patterns, and clear the way for increased balance and flow. Healing Sound bypasses the mind. It’s one of the most effective ways to gain clarity, a renewed sense of purpose and to open your heart.



Dark Angel Medical
Saturday, May 20-Sunday, May 21 5-8 pm (each day)
Immortal Arms, 9398 Jamesons Mill Rd

Dark Angel Medical, LLC, is proud to offer training and instruction in the use of the D.A.R.K. The Direct Action Response Training fills a niche between military self-aid/buddy care training and civilian EMS training and is geared towards those with little to no medical training or background.



Silent Newspaper Movies Double Feature
Saturday, May 20 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Ralph Lewis stars in the pivotal role as a pressman running one of the big machines that churn out a seemingly endless line of finished newsprint.



SoCo Loco at Grass Rootes
Saturday, May 20 8-11:55 pm
Grass Rootes, 195 East Davis St

SoCo Loco is back at Grass Rootes. Bring your friends you know it’s going to be a good night.


The Road to Yonderville featuring Toad Head & Mandorla
Saturday, May 20 9 pm-1:30 am
Davis Street Pier, 302 East Davis St

Join us as we embark on the “Road to” series of events toward Yonderville Music & Arts Festival this June! This is the fourth event in the series and will feature an evening of great music and vibes with Toad Head & Mandorla.



Feeling Blue?
Sunday, May 21 2-4 pm
Pranapiloga, 767 Madison Rd

How to nurture a sunny disposition with herbs and ferments our ancestors used to calm nerves and quiet stomachs. Free samples and recipes for teas and tinctures.



Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market
Every Saturday from 7:30 am-12 pm
Parking Lot at the Corner of East Davis and North Commerce St

The Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market has more than 40 booths for this season’s market. Be certain to stop by the market to pick up locally grown produce while supporting regional farmers.The Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market has more than 40 booths for this season’s market. Be certain to stop by the market to pick up locally grown produce while supporting regional farmers.The Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market has more than 40 booths for this season. Be certain to stop by to pick up locally grown produce while supporting regional farmers. Buy Fresh, buy local.


Hansbrough Ridge & Mountain Run Winery
Saturday, June 3 10 am 2 pm

Join us for a guided walking tour of this Virginia Historic Landmark, and learn how the geography played a pivotal role in the Civil War, and why Cole’s Hill and Hansbrough Ridge is not only known as “A Giant Sleeping” but also “Cold Hill” and “The Fort”. After the tour, the group will head to Mountain Run Winery for a private tasting with owner and lead vintner David Foster.

We respectfully encourage all to wear comfortable walking shoes and proper attire as you will be embarking through moderate to rough terrain.



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