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Culpeper Events May 18-May 22

by | May 18, 2018 | Around Town, Culpeper, Events

From the Town of Culpeper

Team Penning Practice

Friday, May 18 6-9 pm

Andora Farm, 17275 Germanna Hwy.

Come out to Andora Farm’s Team Penning Practice. Bring your horse and participate. There is no cattle experience needed for horse or rider. Enjoy a family friendly evening on our farm. Food and drinks available for purchase. The evening is weather permitting. If you have questions on the weather, please call us at 540-829-9555 or check our Facebook page, Andora Farm.

$5 per run per rider. Free and open to the public to come and watch.



No Tap Doubles Tournament

Friday, May 18 7-10 pm

Mountain Run Bowling Center, 584 Culpeper Town Sq.

No Tap Doubles Tournament is part of our Friday night tournament series. Pre-registration will be available and encouraged. Bowlers who pre-register will get to take advantage of a reduced entry fee and may request who they would like to bowl with.

Entry fee is $25.00 per person, per tournament if you pre-register. Walk-In entries will be $30.00 per person, per tournament.



Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market

Saturday, May 5 7:30 am-12 pm

Parking Lot at the Corner of East Davis and North Commerce St.

Join us for opening day of the Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market, brought to you by Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. The Culpeper Downtown Farmers Market offers nearly 30 participants for this season’s market. Be certain to stop by the market to pick up locally grown produce while supporting regional farmers. Stroll through the market for locally grown fruit, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, and vibrant flowers. Taste the very best farm fresh eggs, delicious baked goods, locally raised beef, pork, lamb, poultry, and much more.

For more information please contact Culpeper Renaissance at 540-825-4416 or visit our website.



Liz Graves Clinic

Saturday, May 19-Sunday, May 20

Joe London Training, 8021 Olympic Way

Liz Graves is an internationally- renowned clinician who seeks to empower the horse owner with as much knowledge as possible. Join her for a weekend of FUN horsemanship while we use games and obstacles to teach the horse and rider. Work on the techniques on Saturday and come back Sunday for a low-key, fun competition.

$195 for the weekend



5th Annual Police Week 5K

Saturday, May 19 9 am-12 pm

Three Flags, 11948 Field Stone Blvd.

Join us for Sheriff Scott H. Jenkins 5th Annual Police Week 5K Walk/Run. All proceeds will benefit the CCSO Chief’s Memorial Scholarship’s. You will receive a free t-shirt if you pre-register. Healthy snacks will also be provided along with awards for top finishers and medals for all children participating.

$25 pre-registration and $30 on race day



Super Saturdays

Saturday, May 19 9:30-10:15 am

Jewell Tone Music School, 203 North Main St.

Fly over to Jewell Tone Music and join us for Super Saturdays. Every Saturday morning, we have sessions for both ages 0-5 (9:30 AM- 10:15 AM) and 6-11 (10:30 AM-11:30 AM). Movement! Music, art, and games. Your kids will have a blast every weekend with us, so call today.

Drop-ins are welcome and registration is open. 540.317.1115.



New Beginning Art Exhibit

Saturday, May 19 10 am-4 pm

509 South Main St.

Come view art from our local artist. We have many different styles on display. If you find something you can’t live without you can buy the art work. Great change to get out and do something with the family.

FREE to the public



The Voices of Clarinet

Saturday, May 19 2-3 pm

Jewell Tone Music School, 203 North Main St.

Piedmont Performing Arts Academy proudly presents the Voices of Clarinet. Jewell Tone Music’s Ashley Weaver and her clarinet skills will be presented. Also at this event, the very first debut of the Piedmont Chamber Group. Come down to Jewell Tone Music, you don’t want to miss this.




Piedmont Chamber Group

Saturday, May 19 2:00 pm

Jewell Tone Music, 203 North Main St.

A workshop for ages 12 and up. Come collaborate with your peers and share your musical talents.




Vince & Lee

Saturday, May 19 7-10 pm

Beer Hound Brewery, Beer Hound Brewery, 201 Waters Pl, Ste. 102

Back at the Beer Hound, so come out and give Vincent & Lee some love and support. These are great musicians who love to play music. Add in our great beer and you won’t be disappointed.




The Flying Circus Airshow

Sunday, May 20 2-4 pm

5114 Ritchie Rd, Bealeton, VA

A parachute jumper opens the show as he glides down while carrying the American flag, followed by a wingwalker that will thrill and amaze the crowd as he waves to them while hanging from his ankles below the biplane’s bottom wing. Lastly, a barnstormer hops rides in a vintage biplane from a makeshift airfield.

Adults are $15.00 ($13 w/valid Military ID – Active/Reserve/Guard/Retired), Children 5-12 are $7.00, and Children under 5 are FREE




Sunday, May 20 4-6 pm

Culpeper Baptist Church, 318 South West St.

As America’s opioid crisis threatens to tear communities apart, the Netflix Original Short Documentary Heroin(e) shows how the chain of compassion holds one town together.

Culpeper Overdose Awareness will host a screening of the film Heroin(e), followed by a panel discussion of the opioid challenges facing Culpeper.




M2duO Live

Sunday, May 20 7:30-10 pm

Packard Campus Theater, 19053 Mount Pony Rd.

Made up of violinist Machiko Ozawa and pianist Makia Matsumura, the M2duO are often billed as a Japanese tango duo. Ozawa and Matsumura both graduated from The Tokyo University of Arts, and studied at The Juilliard School. They started performing together at the Café Mozart in New York City’s Upper West Side where they started to play Astor Piazzolla’s tango scores and went on to arrange and play oldies from their home country reinvented as tango pieces.




Monday Yoga

Monday, May 21 5:30-6:30 pm

Noble Journey Yoga, 139 West Davis St, Ste 301

This class is focused on bringing a more heightened awareness to your body and personal practice with an emphasis on proper spinal alignment. Clear your mind, increase your flexibility, gain strength, restore energy, and discover the uniqueness of your body, mind, and breath.

12 weeks/$145, 4 weeks/$55, and drop in fee is $15/class



Beginner Ukulele Class

Tuesday, May 22 4:30-6:45 pm

Jewell Tone Music, 203 North Main St.

The Piedmont Performing Arts Academy presents our Beginner Ukulele Class instructed by Brandon Alexander. This is a 10 week course for children and adults. Kids 12 & under, will be taught from 4:30 to 5:15 pm, and the adult (13+) session is from 6:00 to 6:45 pm.

Prices begin at just $120 which includes a Hal Leonard Ukulele book and a music stand. The $160 package deal includes the book and the stand, plus a Mahalo Ukulele in your choice of color. Please call 540-317-1115 to register over the phone or to register on line click the appropriate link below.

Kids to 6-12: https://jewelltonemusic.regfox.com/spring-2018-beginner-ukulele-for-kids

Adults 13+: https://jewelltonemusic.regfox.com/spring-2018-beginner-ukulele-for-adults


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