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Fort Germanna Trolley Tour and other Culpeper events

by | Jun 20, 2017 | Culpeper, Events

Summer Solstice with Mo Safren
Wednesday, June 21 7-10 pm
Beer Hound Brewery, 201 Waters Pl, Ste #102

Come celebrate the longest day of the year with us at Beer Hound out on the patio. Enjoy music by Mo Safren and our featured beers on tap. In honor of the summer solstice, we will be offering specials on our refreshing Summer beer, Wyte Fang.



Grow Business with Email & Social Marketing
Thursday, June 22 8:30-10 am
Economic Development Center, 803 South Main St

This session will show you how to make the most of email marketing and social media for your business.



Diggery Digger’s Dinosaur Adventure
Thursday, June 22 10:30-11:45 am, 2:30-3:15 pm, 6:30-7:15 pm & Friday, June 23 10:30-11:15 am
Culpeper County Library, 271 Southgate Shopping Ctr

Join the Story Ship for a dinosaur themed interactive animation and puppet adventure. The program is first come, first serve. We begin handing out tickets 30 minutes prior to show time, and doors open 15 minutes prior.



Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening of Mane Street Hair Salon’s Spa
Thursday, June 22 5-7 pm
Mane Street Hair Salon, 102 North Main Street, Ste101

Alicia, esthetician of Gypsy Soul Spa is now offering massages facials, and microdermabrasion. Mane Street Hair Salon also offers full body waxing as well as airbrush spray tans. Stop by, enjoy a drink, and take a tour of their spa.



Uncle Billy at Beer Hound Brewery
Thursday, June 22 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.



Thursday, June 22 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Agent Lionel Q. Devereaux overzealous promotion of his only client — fireball entertainer Carmen Novarro results in her being hired for two different singing jobs in two different guises at the Copacabana nightclub.



Yonderville Music & Arts Festival
Friday, June 23-Sunday June 25 9:30-12 am
Verdun Adventure Bound, 17044 Adventure Bound Trl, Rixeyville, VA

A gathering of nationally and internationally performing acts, local favorites and good vibes. You can expect to hear sounds ranging from Rock, Blues & Soul to Blue Grass and Electronic. We’ve taken care to curate a well-balanced lineup of musicians that everyone can enjoy.



Room Service
Friday, June 23 7:30-10:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Destitute producers trying to get a stage play, “Hail and Farewell,” produced and funded by a mysterious backer while evading paying their hotel bill.



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.


C’ville Satsang & Yoga on the Rocks
Saturday, June 24 9 am-6 pm
Old Rag Mountain – Shenandoah

C’ville Satsang will be joining forces with NOVA, DC and Maryland yogis on Old Rag Mountain trail for Yoga on the Rocks. Walk the path, literally, with like-minded folk, make connections within, with Nature and with others on the oldest mountain range on the planet.

National Park Entrance Fee $10 per person, $15 per motorcycle, $20 per automobile.National Park Entrance Fee $10 per person, $15 per motorcycle, $20 per automobile


Duck Soup
Saturday, June 24 7:30-10:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Thanks to the patronage of well-heeled widow Mrs. Teasdale, Rufus T. Firefly becomes dictator of the tiny country of Freedonia. But when the ambassador of the bordering nation of Sylvania declares his love for Mrs. Teasdale, Firefly declares war.



Raised from Obscurity
Sunday, June 25 2pm
Graffiti House, 19484 Brandy Rd, Brandy Station, VA

The Cavalry Battles of Aldie, Middleburg, and Upperville on the Road to Gettysburg” by Kevin Pawlak..  The Battles of Aldie, Middleburg, and Upperville, fought in Loudoun and Fauquier counties from June 17-21, 1863, were sandwiched between the larger and better known Battle of Brandy Station and Battle of Gettysburg.  Despite their obscurity, they played a critical role in shaping the Gettysburg Campaign.  This talk will look at the bigger picture of the AMU cavalry battles, and will also put the human face on these incredibly well-preserved battlefields.



Summer Day Camp
Monday, June 26-Friday, June 30 8 am-5 pm
Touch Point Farm, 16251 Dark Horse Trail

Five days of riding lessons and fun with horses for boys and girls ages 6 & up. Plus swimming, games & crafts. Camps for all levels of rider. Includes a riding lesson, barn lessons, arts & crafts, games, and swimming each day. Small group instruction and individualized attention for every camper.



ABK Party in the USA
Monday, June 26-Friday, June 30 9 am-1 pm
Wine & Design, 509 South Main St

Summer fun never felt so great. From creating fireworks around the statue of liberty to painting watercolor maps of the country, this camp screams Party in the USA. Ages 5-12 appropriate.

$200 per camper with a $100 deposit due at the time of sign up


Fort Germanna & Old House Vineyards History & Wine Trolley Tour
Friday, July 21 3-7 pm
Meet at the Depot, 111 South Commerce St

We will begin at the Foundation, which maintains a genealogical reference library, historical archive, exhibits and a database all dedicated to the 1714, 1717, 1730s and 1740s immigrants.
The tour will then travel across Germanna Highway to the active archaeological site known as the Enchanted Castle (Fort Germanna Site). Foundation Archaeologists will be on hand to show and explain current excavations as they search for the remains of the 1714 Fort walls. You can watch the excavations and even search the screens as the archaeologists recover artifacts from the different time periods.
Following the archaeological tour, we will head to Old House Vineyards & Distillery for a private tour and wine tasting.



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