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September 2018

Bluemont Fair

September 15 - September 16

The two-day 49th annual Bluemont Fair opens Saturday morning in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Enjoy artisan crafts and local wine, beer and music, all while experiencing the history and traditions of the area. Admission is $7 per person, children 9 and under are free. Open 10 am - 5 pm. For more information, visit bluemontfair.org.

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Music for Kids at Lucketts

September 15

Lucketts Community Center is proud to present a series of special performances that will introduce young listeners to the joys of music. The Music for Kids series gives families a chance to experience the arts and music in a relaxed setting. Performances are interactive and children and families are encouraged to participate. Admission is $5 per child, (adults and babies 6 months and younger are free). Snacks will be available. For more information please call (703) 771-5281 or email at…

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Quakers and the Underground Railroad in Western Loudoun at Middleburg Library

September 15 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Author Lee Lawrence discusses the abolition efforts of Quakers in the village of Lincoln and their support of refugees. For grade 9-adult. Held in the Meeting Room at the Middleburg Library. More details at library.loudoun.gov.

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AiM for the Stars!

September 15 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

The Artists in Middleburg invite you to their 2018 fall benefit. Enjoy a tapas buffet, bubbly to sip, art to purchase, and raffles galore. RSVP with a ticket purchase by Friday, Sept. 7. To purchase tickets, please visit theartistsinmiddleburg. org and click on the “events” page, or stop in the gallery, or call. Admission is $75 per person.

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Dixie Rhythm at Emmanuel Church Parish House

September 16

 By popular demand, this red-hot band returns to serve up the very best in toe-tapping Dixieland Jazz. Enjoy a fun family outing for a Sunday afternoon. Reserve a seat at 540-687-6297. Suggested donation is $10; refreshments served. Band plays at 3 pm!

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Art From The Heart at Historic Stony Point Farm in Purcellville

September 16 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Enjoy an afternoon of local wines, light fare from local restaurants, entertainment and silent auctions in support of Dandelion Meadow, a women’s recovery home. $50 single or $75 couple at the door; RSVP by Sept. 2 for $45 single or $70 couple. RSVP at dandelionmeadow.org.

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Tea Time at The Manor at Courtland Farm

September 19 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

A signature Tea Time with a View begins this month. Sip of some of the best tea’s in the world from the deck or around the fireplace in colder weather. Assortment of sweets and savory bites accompany the tea. The tea series commences Sept. 19 and will take place once a month. E-mail or call for reservations: 703-779-8016.

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Getting To Gettysburg: The March Through Loudoun at Dragon Hops Brewing

September 20 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Historian Craig Swain will discuss how the Union Army’s stay in Loudoun County helped shape the battle. History and Hops is Loudoun County Public Library’s new program for adults 21 and older pairing Loudoun history with local beer at Purcellville’s Dragon Hops Brewing. Craig Swain leads the discussion on Civil War artillery and wartime events in Loudoun County, free admission. More details at library.loudoun.gov.

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Black Olive Blocktoberfest

September 21 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Black Olive Bar & Grill, located at The National Conference Center in Leesburg, celebrates the end of summer by bringing the local neighborhood together for their annual outdoor Block Party. Tickets can be purchased at the event. Three ticket options include: $15 beer and wine; $6 full pour of beer or wine ticket; $6 full plate ticket. Questions? Call 703-724-5147.

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Canoe Clean Up Day

September 22 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

The Goose Creek Association will be hosting a “Canoe Clean Up Day” on Goose Creek on Saturday. Clean trash from the river while floating down Goose Creek. All volunteers are welcome. Canoes and lunch provided.

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