Free outdoor movie. Clarke County Parks and Recreation. 255 Al Smith Circle. Berryville. 8:30pm.
19 Music in the Park
Rose Hill Park. Berryville. 6pm. Featuring Local Flavor.
19 Rafael Elizondo & Eva Chavez
Barns of Rose Hill, 95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville. Distinguished for their magnetism and energy, classical guitarist Rafael Elizondo and concert pianist Eva Chavez will perform pieces for solo instrument and duet. 7pm Doors open. Performance begins at 7:30. $15 advance (until 3:00 day of show). $20 at the door. For more information visit www.barnsofrosehill.org.
20 VHSA Horse and Pony Hunter show
Sandstone Farm. 3805 Millwood Road, Millwood. Free admission to all events. Breakfast and lunch available. For Information 540-837-1261 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. See schedule for times and details at www.sandstonefarm.com. Free.
20 Classical Guitar Workshop
with Rafael Elizondo. Barns of Rose Hill, 95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville. Award-winning classical guitarist Rafael Elizondo will lead a classical guitar workshop that focuses on developing a confident and refined technique. For intermediate or advanced levels. 1–3pm. 25 per student. Class limited to 10 students. For more information visit www.barnsofrosehill.org.
20 Mission 2015 Breakfast
Enders Fire Hall. 9 S Buckmarsh St, Berryville. 8–11am. Mission 2015, the youth team from Berryville Baptist Church, is holding a final fundraiser to help with their trip to the Dominican Republic in July. All donations from the breakfast will go towards purchasing food for the needy, school supplies, and Vacation Bible School needs while in the Dominican Republic.
20 Winchester Royals
vs Charles Town Cannons. 7pm. Bridgeforth Field. 1001 East Cork Street, Winchester. Bring the family and come out to enjoy a good old fashioned night at the ball park. General Admission Ticket Prices: $5.00 Adults, $3.00 Senior Citizens (60 & Over), $2.00 Youth (6 To 12 Years), Free Under 6 Years of Age. See advertisement in this section or visit www.eteamz.com/winchesterroyals/schedules for additional home game dates and information.
24 Souled Out Band
Free outdoor concert. Rose Hill Park, Berryville. 6–9pm Sponsored by Clarke County Parks and Recreation and The Bank of Clarke County.
25 The Addams Family
Through July 5. Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre. 620 Millwood Ave. Winchester. Charles Addams’ kooky, spooky cartoon family is brought to life as Morticia and Gomez fret over daughter Wednesday, who invites her new boyfriend and his “normal” family to visit, with comically chaotic results. Performances at 8pm Thursday through Saturday. Matinees at 2:30 pm every Saturday and Sunday. For more information visit ssmtva.com/performances/2015-2/the-addams-family.
26 Music in the Park
Rose Hill Park. Berryville. 6pm. Featuring Matt Szechenyi and Cornelius Conway.
26/27 River and Roots Festival
2nd Annual. Watermelon Park. 3322 Lockes Mill Road, Berryville. A Family-Friendly festival of Music, Food, and Culture supporting the Shenandoah River. Featuring The David Grisman Sextet, Town Mountain, Pat Donohue, and more. Festivities include Concerts, Dances, Workshops, Band & Pickin’ Contests, Kid’s Activities, Open Jams, Food & Craft Vendors, and more! For more information visit www.Riverandroots.com.
27 Book Signing
Andrew Jarvis: The Strait. Winchester Book Gallery. 185 North Loudoun Street. Winchester. 11am–1pm. The Strait explores sensory experiences gleamed from the natural environment, historic traditions, archaeological findings, and folklore of the Pacific Northwest. Jarvis presents a spiritual and honest landscape rich with images and metaphors that define our place in this beautiful, multicultural world and what it means to be human. The poems move from mystical shores to haunting woodlands, a multifaceted exploration of the imaginary and the real. Meet the author. For more information call 540-667-3444 or visit www.winchesterbookgallery.com.
27 Native American Dance Feature
And ribbon cutting event. Social Graces Dance Studio. 639 E Main St, Berryville. 1pm. Local Native American Dancer Lenny Harmon will perform one of the oldest forms of dancing during the Grand Opening Social Graces Ballroom ribbon cutting. The traditional Native American Chicken dance will honor both the legacy of “dance” and Clarke County’s agricultural heritage. Free dance classes and demonstrations all day beginning at 10am. For schedule and more information visit berryvilleballroom.com/grand-opening-schedule.
27 Pasta Dinner and Silent Auction
John Enders Fire Hall. 9 South Buckmarsh Street. Berryville. 4–6pm. Join Golden Living Center in the fight to end Alzheimer’s by attending a pasta dinner to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association to help fight the battle against this cruel disease. In addition to the dinner, there will be a silent auction and a chance to win a 29 cub. ft. Whirlpool French door refrigerator with ice and water dispenser from their Black Ice Collection. The refrigerator was donated by Cabinet and Appliance Center Inc. in Berryville. Tickets for the dinner and chances to win the refrigerator can be purchased at Golden Living Center located at 110 Chalmers Ct. in Berryville, or may be purchased at the event. Chances to win the refrigerator may also be purchased at Cabinet and Appliance Center Inc. located at 112 W. Main St. in Berryville. The winner will be drawn at 6pm the evening of the dinner.
27 Winchester Royals
vs New Market Rebels. 7pm. Bridgeforth Field. 1001 East Cork Street, Winchester. Bring the family and come out to enjoy a good old fashioned night at the ball park. General Admission Ticket Prices: $5.00 Adults, $3.00 Senior Citizens (60 & Over), $2.00 Youth (6 To 12 Years), Free Under 6 Years of Age. See advertisement in this section or visit www.eteamz.com/winchesterroyals/schedules for additional home game dates and information.
27 Creative Movement for Children
with Joshua Legg. For ages 7-10. Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville. Through movement/dance-based “games,” students will explore Time, Space, Effort/Energy, and Body—the four building blocks of dance. As they explore these concepts, they will discover the joys of problem solving and creating their own movement-based art. This is a perfect workshop for children with lots of physical energy, especially those who might be considered kinetic learners. No prior dance experience necessary. 12:15 to 1:30pm. Preregistration by June 26 fee $15 per student. Walk-in fee $20 per student. For more information visit www.barnsofrosehill.org.
27 Dance Improvisation for Tweens
Ages 11-13. Limit 20 students. Barns of Rose Hill, 95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville. Dance improvisation is the art of developing movement in the moment. It can be used as a method of artistic performance in its own right, or it can be used as a tool to generate ideas for more formalized dances. Students will create movement-based responses to a series of ideas and challenges working individually, and in collaboration with small groups and the entire class. While dance experience is helpful, students new to movement are encouraged to participate.. 1:30 to 2:45pm Preregistration by June 26 fee $20 per student. Walk-in fee $25 per student. For more information visit www.barnsofrosehill.org.
28 Exhibit Opening
“Silk, Satin & Lace”. Barns of Rose Hill, 95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville. Join us for a reception that will include a lecture by Melissa Webb on conservation and restoration of historically-significant clothing. Melissa is a Baltimore-based fiber artist who reconstructed the gowns from Clermont — an 18th century 360-acre farmstead in Clarke County. 3 to 5pm Free. For more information visit www.barnsofrosehill.org.
3 Rockin’ Independence Eve
Old Town Walking Mall. Winchester. 5-11pm. An evening full of free, quality, family-friendly entertainment and fireworks. Featuring a beer and wine garden benefiting Big Brothers/Big Sisters, a hamburger eating contest at the Snow White Grill, cornhole tournament, children’s activities, and of course, fireworks beginning at 9:15. For more information visit oldtownwinchesterva.com
4 Clarke County Independence Day Celebration
Clarke County Ruritan Fairgrounds. Clarke County Parks and Rec sponsored games and activities from 6:30–8pm. Followed by a patriotic concert by the Clarke County Community Band at 8pm, and then by fireworks provided by The Bank of Clarke County.
8 Winchester Royals
vs Harrisonburg Turks. 7pm. Bridgeforth Field. 1001 East Cork Street, Winchester. Bring the family and come out to enjoy a good old fashioned night at the ball park. General Admission Ticket Prices: $5.00 Adults, $3.00 Senior Citizens (60 & Over), $2.00 Youth (6 To 12 Years), Free Under 6 Years of Age. See advertisement in this section or visit www.eteamz.com/winchesterroyals/schedules for additional home game dates and information.
9 Aberdeen Green
Barns of Rose Hill, 95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville. From two different farms in the Shenandoah Valley, Aberdeen Green will bring their authentic, homegrown Appalachian sound to you. 7:30pm Doors open. Performance begins at 8. $15 advance (until 3:00 day of show). $20 at the door. For more information visit www.barnsofrosehill.org.
9 All Good Music Festival
Through July 11. Berry Hill Farm. Summit Point, WV. 3 days of a diverse variety of music genres from over 30 bands including Primus, Cake, Keller Williams, Yonder Mountain String Band and more. For more information visit http://allgoodfestival.com.
11 Tom Principato
Barns of Rose Hill, 95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville. Legendary Blues and Rock guitarist Tom Principato along with his powerhouse band for an evening of great music! The Tom Principato Band enjoys the passionate virtuosity of Jay Turner on bass, Joe Wells on drums and Josh Howell on Congas, percussion and vocals and harmonica. Doors open 7:30pm Show starts at 8. $20 advance (until 3:00 day of show). $25 at the door. For more information visit www.barnsofrosehill.org.
12 Illusionist Mario Orsini
Barns of Rose Hill, 95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville. Join us for an afternoon of modern stage magic, comedy, plenty of audience participation, and illusions. Based in the Washington, DC metro area, over the last few years Mario Orsini has become one of the most in-demand magicians on the east coast. Mario has performed his magic on dozens of television stations including national television. Doors open 2:30pm Show starts at 3. $15 advance for adults and $8 advance for children 12 and younger. $20 at the door for adults and $10 for children 12 and younger. For more information visit www.barnsofrosehill.org.
11 Book Signing
Kristen Green: Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County. Winchester Book Gallery. 185 North Loudoun Street. Winchester. 11am–1pm. Combining hard-hitting investigative journalism and a sweeping family narrative, this provocative true story reveals a little-known chapter of American history: the period after the Brown v. Board of Education decision when one Virginia school system—Prince Edward County—refused to integrate. Rather than desegregate, the county closed its public schools, locking and chaining the doors, and remaining closed for five years. Kristen Green grew up in Farmville and attended Prince Edward Academy, which didn’t open its doors to black students until 1986. Thirty four years after the Supreme Court ended school segregation, Green first began to learn the truth about her hometown’s shameful history. Meet the author.
12 PaintNite Fundraiser
To Benefit Therapeutic Riding Center. Valerie Hill Vineyards and Winery. 2–4pm. Painting, eating, drinking and wonderful times outdoors. All adults are welcome, no art experience necessary. Event will benefit the non-profit Blue Ridge Center for Therapeutic Horsemanship which operates at 420 Russell Rd in Berryville. Admission is $45, of which $15 will be donated to BRCTH. 50/50 Drawing and Silent Auction, too! Come early and enjoy special lunch offering. To register, go to https://www.paintnite.com/pages/events/view/winchester/887557 or contact BRCTH at 540-533-2777 or at email@example.com.
15 The Barefoot Movement
Barns of Rose Hill, 95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville. Heartfelt, energetic, and down home. Heralded by CMT Edge as “one of the most promising bands on the bluegrass scene,” the music of the Nashville based group The Barefoot Movement is as down to earth as their intention for members of their audience: sit back, relax, take your shoes off, and stay a while
18 Annual Yard Party
And Auction. John Enders Fire Company. 9 South Buckmarsh Street. Berryville. Free Fire Truck Rides. Yard sale starts at 8am with “Fill a Bag for A Buck”. Meal starts at 4:30pm and includes BBQ Chicken, Country Ham, Chicken Salad, Green Beans, Cole Slaw, Drinks, and Homemade Desserts. Adults – $10. Children 6 and up – $5. Children under 6 eat free.. Annual Cake Sale starts at 6pm. To Donate Items for The Auction or For More Information, Please Call 955-1110 or visit www.endersfire.com.