Watch the Northern Virginia Association of Rocketry NOVAAR Launch on Saturday, March 23 at Great Meadows, 5089 Old Tavern Road, The Plains. NOVAAR’s launches are open to all members. Non-members pay $1 per flight. NOVAAR provides both model rocket and high-powered launch equipment and has a permitted 4,500 foot flight waiver. Launches are conducted by the range safety officer in compliance with the Safety Code of the National Association of Rocketry. Visit novaar.org/drupal6/node/2136 for more information.
Spend an afternoon laughing, listening to music and creating a one-of–a-kind masterpiece at Chrysalis Vineyards in Middleburg. There is a $40 registration fee which covers all art supplies. Register online.
Enjoy the Point to Point action at the Salem Course in Upperville on March 23. Call (540) 592-7100 for more information.
Michelin-Star Chef Davide Palluda is in town for just one weekend and one cooking class at Harrimans Virginia Piedmont Grill in Middleburg. Brought to you by Forever Gourmet, experience this exclusive hands-on class and learn the art of Italian cooking from a true northern Italian Chef. Cost is $120 per person. Reservations required, call (540) 326-4070. Price does not include tax and gratuity.
Visit northern Italy from the comfort of your seat at Harrimans in Middleburg. Indulge in a exclusive eight-course meal cultivated by Michelin-Star Chef Palluda as he combines classic Northern Italian favorites including pasta made from scratch, and the best ingredients from local Virginia farms. Cost is $279 per person. RSVP by calling (540) 326-4070. Price does not include tax and gratuity.
Want an excuse to relax a little with some painting lessons and a refreshing cocktail? Join Catoctin Creek Distillery in Purcellville, for “Sip and Paint” with local artist, Amy Walton. Cost is $45 per person and includes all painting materials, instruction and two cocktails. Register online.
Bring your kite and join in the fun in the skies above Three Fox Vineyards in Delaplane. The vineyard has great breezes in the spring for kite flying, and take
advantage of them for some early springtime fun. Prizes awarded in the following categories: best in show, most time aloft, most creative kite, youngest kite flyer and youngest at heart. Judging begins at 3 p.m.