Ancestry research and other Culpeper events

by | Jul 25, 2017 | Culpeper, Events

Researching 18th Century Local Ancestors with Julie Bushong
Wednesday, July 27 11 am-12 pm
Culpeper County Library, 271 Southgate Shopping Ctr

Finding information on ancestors in early Virginia can be challenging. Join Julie Bushong for an informative session on the resources available in the Local History Collection of the Culpeper County Library that should aid in tracking down that elusive local ancestor.

FREE; space is limited, registration required. Please call early to register at 540-825-8691


Rio Bravo
Thursday, July 27 7:30-10 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

The film trades in the wide-open spaces of “High Noon” for the confines of a small jail where a sheriff and his deputies are waiting for the anticipated attempt by his equally unlawful brother’s hired gunmen to help the prisoner escape.



Cattle Drive Weekend
Friday, July 28 3 pm-Sunday, July 30 6 pm
Andora Farm, 17275 Germanna Hwy

Come to our 300 acre working farm for a cattle drive weekend! Tom & Pat Seay and Kristen Biscoe host a great weekend full of driving and working cattle, learn some team penning and lots of great southern meals. Enjoy Friday night dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner with Tom, Pat and Kristen.

$25 deposit to save your space with $250 balance due before the ride.


Survivor’s Day for Women
Friday, July 28 5-8 pm
Germanna Community College Daniel Technology Center, 18121 Technology Dr

A free community event to pamper and honor survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault within our community. If you are a survivor, know one, or just want to come out to help us raise awareness for these issues, please join us.



The Searchers
Friday, July 28 7:30-9:45 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

A Confederate soldier returns after the war to find his niece has been kidnapped by Comanches and sets out to find her – not to rescue her, but to destroy what he sees as a creature no longer human.



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.


July Flea Market
Saturday, July 29 9 am
Salem Volunteer Fire Department, 13428 Scotts Mills Rd

Come support Salem Volunteer Fire Department.



Matilda Jane Truck Show
Saturday, July 29 9 am-12 pm
Homeconomics, 155 East Davis St

Get a head start on back to school shopping at our Matilda Jane Trunk Show. Check out the new Back to School release and find the perfect first day/picture day outfit for your favorite girl from baby through tween. Matilda Jane also has great styles for women.



Brandy Station Volunteer Fire Department Community Yard Party
Saturday, July 29 10 am-6 pm
Brandy Station Vol. Fire Department Fair Grounds, 20057 Fleetwood Heights Rd, Brandy Station, VA

The Brandy Station Vol. Fire Department will be holding their First Annual Community Yard Party. Moon bounces, games, and vendors will be open all day providing fun for all ages. The BVFD Auxiliary will be selling food. There will also be a car show (10 am-2 pm) and tractor/lawn mower pull (11 am). Beer and wine tasting tickers must be purchased in advanced. Raffle Grand prize give away taking place at 6 pm.

Admission is FREE on the grounds


Tumbleweeds & The Last of the Line
Saturday, July 29 2-4 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Famed silent Western actor William S. Hart stars as cowboy Don Carver, who decides to get in on the Cherokee Strip Land Run in Oklahoma of 1893 and stake a claim as a homesteader.

The Last of the Line
Sioux leader Chief Gray Otter sends his son Tiah off to a white man’s school so that he can become a great leader. But the son returns home as a worthless drunk and soon joins a group of renegades, forcing the father to make a decision.



Winemaker Dinner
Saturday, July 29 7-9 pm
Narmada Winery, 43 Narmada Ln, Amissville

A four course meal including a glass of wine catered by Rangoli. Please reserve early as space is filling quickly. Discount for club members and their guest. Additional glasses of wine may be purchased at a special price.

$75 per person


Once Upon a Time in the West
Sunday, July 29 7:30-10:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

To get his hands on prime railroad land in Sweetwater, crippled railroad baron Morton hires killers, led by blue-eyed sadist Frank , who wipe out property owner Brett McBain and his family. McBain’s newly arrived bride, Jill however, inherits it instead. Both outlaw Cheyenne and lethally mysterious Harmonica take it upon themselves to look after Jill and thwart Frank’s plans to seize her land. As alliances and betrayals mutate, it soon becomes clear that Harmonica wants to get Frank for another reason — it has something to do with death.



2017 Culpeper Kids Can Music/Drama Camp
Monday, July 31-Friday, August 4 9 am-1 pm
Culpeper Baptist Church, 318 South West St

We are excited to offer this super fun week of music, movement, drama, arts & crafts. Final performance on Friday at 1 pm.

Registration is $90/child. Ages are grades 1-5. $5.00 discount for each additional child.


Kids Camp 2017
Monday, July 24-Friday, July 28 9 am-5 pm
Mahogany Ridge Your Dog’s Learning Center, 15240 Turkey Track

a week-long day camp developed and designed for children (8 years and up) and their dogs, offering opportunity to learn and expand their knowledge through dog related activities and more.



Under the Big Top
Monday, July 31-Friday, August 4 9 am-12 pm
Wine & Design, 509 South Main St, Ste 131

Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, OH MY. Join us for a Circus Soiree, an actual art party creating everything we love about the circus. Together we will create a week filled with incredible imagination that contains vibrant flairs of color, glitter, and wild animals.

$200 with a $100 deposit due at the time of sign up, and remaining balance due the first day of camp.


High-Heeled Happy Hour
Tuesday, August 1 6-8 pm
Culpeper Cheese Company, 129 East Davis St

Join us as we host the High-Heeled Happy Hour. Sip. Shop. Support. Show off your shoes in support of C.A.R.S & Restore Culpeper.



Build a Better Career Toolkit
Tuesday, August 1 7-9 pm
Culpeper County Library, 271 Southgate Shopping Ctr

Join us as we discuss the answers to these questions and more. In our time together, we will explore how to craft a great resume and cover letter, refine your interviewing skills, and practice public speaking through a number of fun and unique exercises. You will have a chance to master some of the critical aspects of public speaking like creating a fantastic elevator pitch, engaging your audience, and finding courage for an improvised conversation.

Free registration – call the Culpeper Country Library at 540-825-8691


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