The Postman Always Rings Twice in Culpeper

by | Oct 17, 2017 | Culpeper, Events

From Town of Culpeper

October Sips & Dips
Wednesday, October 18 5:15-7:15 pm
Culpeper County 4-H, 101 S West St

Come join us for a fun, uplifting evening of painting and delicious food. Drinks, snacks and all painting supplies will be provided. Just bring your own smock or apron and your artistic spirit. All proceeds go towards Culpeper 4-H!

$35, contact the Culpeper Extension Office at 540-727-3435 today to register.


Getting Started with Online Genealogy Research with Katie Derby
Thursday, October 19 6:30-8:30 pm
Culpeper County Library, 271 Southgate Shopping Ctr
This class introduces you to the world of genealogy research online. Everything you need to get started is just a few clicks away. From types of records and how to find them to organizing and sharing what you find, online and library resources make discovering your roots easy and fun.
This class introduces you to the world of genealogy research online. Everything you need to get started is just a few clicks away. From types of records and how to find them to organizing and sharing what you find online and library resources that make discovering your roots easy and fun.

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


Fairview Cemetery Tour
Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21 7:30-9:30 pm
Historic Tran Depot, 111 South Commerce St

Join us for a candlelight tour of Fairview Cemetery. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Fairview cemetery dates back to 1855. Also known as Citizens’ Cemetery and Antioch Cemetery, Fairview Cemetery includes a contributing mid-19th-century municipal cemetery, an early-20th-century African-American cemetery, a monument to Confederate dead (1881), an enclosure wall, and a caretaker’s lodge. Come listen to the stories of Culpeper’s most notable and oldest burials.



The Killers
Thursday, October 19 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Two killers shatter a small town’s quiet before an insurance investigator digs up crime, betrayal, and a glamorous woman behind the death of an ex-fighter.



The Postman Always Rings Twice
Friday, October 20 7:30-9:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

Drifter Frank Chambers takes a job at a roadhouse run by slovenly but likeable Nick Smith. Nick’s sexy young wife Cora takes an immediate liking to Frank, but he senses that she’s trouble and he keeps his distance–for a while.



CulpeperRocks Workshop at the Farmers Market
Saturday, October 21 8 am-12 pm
Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market, Parking lot at the Corner of East Davis and North Commerce St

Join us for this free event at the Culpeper Downtown Farmers market. CulpeperRocks will have a booth set up and a signup sheet with 4 different sign up times available. Sign-ups will be offered on a first come, first serve basis with room for 10 painters in each group. Groups will run on the hour starting at 8am and last group will take place at 11am. Each person will receive two rocks to paint and all supplies will be available for use. Each painting session will be 45 minutes long. Come out and support your community and help to spread joy.



Culpeper Humane Society Fall Bazaar
Saturday, October 21 9 am-3 pm
Culpeper Baptist Church, 318 South West St

The Bazaar will include items for sale such as home and office furnishings. We will also have puppies and kittens that are available for adoption. Micro chipping will be available for all animals at $20.00 each. There will also be animal CPR classes being conducted for those interested.



Children’s Day at the Park
Saturday, October 21 11 am-1 pm
Yowell Meadow Park, North Blue Ridge Ave

There will be arts & crafts, face painting, moon bounce, live DJ, story time, Kid I.D., and much more.


Art Jam: Funky Flowers Acrylic Painting for Kids
Saturday, October 21 11:30 am-2 pm
K Art and Design, Inc., 121 West Locust St

Paint like an artist with real flowers for inspiration. Learn techniques like color mixing and under painting while making a still life painting from fresh flowers. Students will paint on cradled birch panels that can be hung or displayed on a tabletop. All supplies will be provided.



Art Jam: Funky Flowers Acrylic Painting for Kids
Saturday, October 21 2:30-5 pm
K Art and Design, Inc., 121 West Locust St

This fun workshop will focus on loose, expressive acrylic painting with floral arrangements for inspiration. We’ll start class with a painting demo focused on color mixing, composition, and a step-by-step process to guide you through your own paintings. Then it’s your turn to create a pair of small paintings with lots of individual guidance. No experience required, just enthusiasm! All supplies will be provided. Additional materials will be available for purchase.



Spirits of the Graffiti House presents Culpeper Paranormal
Saturday, October 21 5-9 pm
Graffiti House, 19484 Brandy Rd, Brandy Station, VA

This is a family friendly event which includes tours of the Graffiti House, backyard bonfire, face painting, candy, raffles, CPI t-shirts for sale, and of course we’ll be there to show our collection of evidence and will have a table set up.



Graves Mountain Apple Harvest Festival
Saturday, October 7 and Sunday, October 8 10 am-4:30 pm
Graves’ Mountain Lodge, 205 Graves Mountain Ln, Syria, VA

Come and see nature’s way of blanketing the mountains with stunning color during the month of October. Enjoy fun filled days complete with good Food and Entertainment including Bluegrass Music, Cloggers, over 70 Arts and Crafts Vendors, Hayrides, Hay Mountain, Hay Maze and Horseback & Pony Rides. Experience the days of yesteryear watching apple butter being cooked in kettles over and open fire. Our orchards are open for apple picking or you may select your own from the apple bins at the picnic pavilion. On your way to the orchard, stop by an visit the farm and the animals.


Welcome To Graves Mountain Lodge

In a Lonely Place & Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid
Saturday, October 21 7:30-10:30 pm
Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd

In a Lonely Place
Humphrey Bogart portrays Hollywood screenwriter Dixon Steele. Brilliant at his craft yet prone to living with his fists, Steele undergoes scrutiny as a murder suspect while romancing insouciant starlet Laurel Gray. With jaded passion and paranoid force of character, Bogart perfectly plays the talented but psychologically unstable artist who will not accept his society, proving it with periodic violent, self-destructive confrontations.

Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid
The second half of this double feature will be an encore screening of director Carl Reiner’s film noir parody “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid,” closing out the series of seven of the films featured in the movie.



Davis Street Down Under in Culpeper Downtown
Sunday, October 22 12-5 pm
East Davis St

Mark Your Calendars and Bring Your Friends. East Davis Street Shops and Restaurants invite you to Davis Street Down Under, where Australian themed food, wine, beer and merchandise will be showcased. Meet representatives from the Embassy of Australia and enjoy various entertainers and in store tastings.



Autumn Wreath at Mountain Run Winery
Sunday, October 22 1-3 pm
Mountain Run Winery, 10753 Mountain Run Lake Rd

We will be creating Autumn Mesh Wreaths while taking in the scenic view at Mountain Run Winery



2017 Fall Beginner Uke Class
Monday, October 23 4:30 pm
Jewell Tone Music School, 203 North Main St

This is a 10 week course for beginners ages 7-15. Learn how to hold, tune, and strum the Ukulele, play the most common cords, fun songs, and learn basic note reading and rhythm.

$160 includes a Ukulele, stand and lesson book; $120 includes stand and lesson book (you have your own Ukulele).


Pamper Me Pink
Tuesday, October 24 5-8:45 pm
Daniel Technology Center, 18121 Technology Dr

Grab your friends for a night out at the 12th annual Pamper Me Pink event. Enjoy an evening of awareness and indulgence while supporting the breast health of the Culpeper community. In the spirit of support, cancer survivors will share their inspiring stories and a medical expert will provide valuable education. Prepare to be pampered with chair massages, hand wax treatments, health education, food, music, and door prizes.



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