13 Mid-week Meditation Series
Sanctuary Wellness Center. 208 N. Buckmarsh St. Berryville. Join meditation guide Mercia deMelo for a time of learning how to quiet our minds and open up space for creation and inspiration. $40 for four sessions, drop-ins $15 per session. 7:30–8:30pm. 540-550-3898.
15 Brazilian Strings Trio
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. Three of the most innovative instrumentalists on the contemporary Brazilian musical scene. 8–10pm. $15 in advance, $20 at door, 12 and younger free. www.barnsofrosehill.org.
16 Bingo Fundraiser
John H. Enders Fire Hall. 9 S. Buckmarsh St. Berryville. 14 games with Vera Bradley, Premier Designs and Thirty-One prizes. Raffles for grand prize, 50/50 and themed baskets. Food and beverages available. Proceeds benefit Blue Ridge Center for Therapeutic Horsemanship and will provide scholarships for students with special needs and funds to help care for therapy horses and ponies. Doors open at 12pm, Bingo at 1pm. $20 in advance, $25 at door. 540-533-2777.
16 Thanksgiving Cooking Demonstration
Four Forces Wellness. 424 Madden St. Berryville. Christine Kestner, MS, CNS, shows how to make festive, whole food plant based dishes. Take home samples and recipes. $20 with registration by November 14, $25 at door. 1–3pm. 571-277-0877. www.4forceswellness.com.
16 Brian Ganz Concert
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. One of the leading pianists of his generation performs, joining vivid music making with warmth and intimacy onstage. 8–10pm. $20 in advance, $25 at door, 12 and younger free.
17 The Power of 8 Healing Group
Sanctuary Wellness Center. 208 N. Buckmarsh St. Berryville. Mercia deMelo will demonstrate how to use the power of intention to open our hearts and heal ourselves. The second of a four week session. $45. 4–5pm. 540-550-3898. www.sanctuaryberryville.com.
17 Fall Film Series: “Free Solo”
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. National Geographic presents a stunning, intimate and unflinching portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold as he prepares to achieve his lifelong dream of climbing El Capitan in Yosemite National Park without a rope. Rated PG-13. 4–6pm. Barns members $5, nonmembers $8.
22 Holiday Bazaar and Turkey Luncheon
Grace Episcopal Church. 110 N. Church St. Berryville. Attic treasures, bake sale, holiday decor and more. Roasted turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, homemade gravy, dessert and drink will be served 11:30–1pm for $12. Bazaar is 10am–3pm.
22 Emi Sunshine Concert
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. Jordan Springs BBQ will be selling their award winning BBQ at 7pm. The exceptional talents of the critically-acclaimed teen music prodigy have captured the nation’s attention. $20. 8–10pm.
23 Chris Timbers Band
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. A Northern Virginia native, singer/songwriter Chris Timbers draws inspiration from soul music, contemporary jazz, blues, rock and country. A soulful, rootsy singer with earthy acoustic songwriting, he made his mark on the Virginia music scene with the band Less Traveled. 8–10pm. $15 in advance, $20 at door.
26 Community Meal
Boyce Volunteer Fire Company. 7 S. Greenway Ave. Free meal prepared by county churches on the fourth Tuesday of every month. 5:30pm. Contact Eleanor Lloyd at
26 Community Thanksgiving Service
St. Mary’s Memorial Church. 106 N. Buckmarsh St. Berryville. The Clarke County Ministerial Association invites all to attend the service of Holy Eucharist with the Rev. Justin Ivatts, Clarke Parish’s priest-in-charge, serving as celebrant, along with clergy from other area churches. 7pm.
28 Soul-Full Community Meal
Duncan Memorial United Methodist Church. 210 E. Main St. Berryville. 13 local churches get together to provide a meal open to all in the community the fourth Thursday of each month. Free. Meal normally held at 5:15, call for Thanksgiving Day time. 540-955-1264.
30 Norman Fine Book Talk and Signing
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. In “Blind Bombing,” Norman Fine tells the relatively unknown story of radar’s transformation from a technical curiosity to a previously unimaginable offensive weapon. We meet scientists and warriors critical to the story of radar and its pressure-filled development and implementation.7–8pm. Free. www.barnsofrosehill.org.
30 Advent Services
St. Mary’s Memorial Church. 106 N. Buckmarsh St. Berryville. Each of the four Saturdays of Advent, Taize services, an ecumenical, contemplative type of worship that originated in 1940 in France, will be held. All are welcome. 5pm. 540-955-1610.
2 Homeopathic First Aid Class Series
Sanctuary Wellness Center. 208 N. Buckmarsh St. Berryville. Certified homeopath Kathy Miller, RN, teaches how to use homeopathic remedies for common ailments throughout all stages of life. $150 fee includes first aid curriculum. Contact Kathy for more information or to register. 1–3pm. email@example.com.
3 Trivia Night
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. Clarke County Historical Association and Clarke County Library team up the first Tuesday of each month to bring live team trivia. Categories include History, Movies, Literature, Science and more. Prizes donated by local businesses. Barn doors open at 6:30pm, trivia begins at 7pm. Free. 540-955-2004. www.barnsofrosehill.org.
4 Wellness Wednesdays
Sanctuary Wellness Center. 208 N. Buckmarsh St. Berryville. Kathy Miller, RN, provides homeopathic remedies and information each Wednesday. 3–6pm. 540-877-4303.
6 Christmas Tree Lighting
Rose Hill Park. Main St. Berryville. Live music and announcement of parking meter contest winners. Free admission. 6pm. 540-955-4001.
6 Clarke County Community Band Christmas Concert
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. The band performs Christmas favorites 7pm. 540-882-3232.
7 Christmas Parade
Begins at east end of Main St. Berryville. After the parade, Santa Claus will be at the John Enders Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company. 12pm. 540-514-5730.
7 “A Charlie Brown Christmas” Film and Concert
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. Kick off the holidays on a fun musical note by bringing the family to this special showing of the beloved “Charlie Brown Christmas” followed by the Eric Byrd Trio playing Vince Guaraldi’s classic jazz soundtrack from the show. Refreshments included. Sponsored by Bank of Clarke County. 4pm and 7pm. Free. www.barnsofrosehill.org. 540-955-2004.
7 A Tally-Ho Christmas Gala
Long Branch Historic House and Farm. 830 Long Branch Lane. Boyce. Begin your holiday celebrations with the annual Gala, a festive cocktail reception featuring wonderful food, fun and friendship, a silent auction, music and surprises. Enjoy all this and see the elegant home decorated in festive finery created by local garden clubs. Tickets are $100 per person and must be purchased in advance. 6–9pm. 540-837-1856, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.visitlongbranch.org.
8 Christmas Tree Lighting Party
Burwell Morgan Mill. 15 Tannery Lane. Millwood. Santa will give goody bags to children, the Clarke County High School choral group will present a brief program and lead attendees in carols. Refreshments, including hot chocolate, and handmade “critters” for sale. All invited. Free. 5–7pm. 540-837-1790.
13 Blue Ridge Singers Christmas Concert
Front Royal Presbyterian Church. 15 Luray Ave. Front Royal. Harmonic language through the music of Gerald Near. Free; suggestion donation $10. Refreshments included. www.blueridgesingers.org.
14 Cookies With Santa Event
Long Branch Historic House and Farm. 830 Long Branch Lane. Boyce. Bring the kids to visit with Santa and help them enjoy decorating a cookie to take home. $5 per person at door and free for ages 10 and younger. 10am–12pm. 540-837-1856.
15 Clarke County Community Band Christmas Concert
Shenandoah University’s Armstrong Hall. 1460 University Drive. Winchester. Chain of Checks Christmas Concert. 3pm. 540-882-3232.
15 Blue Ridge Singers Christmas Concerts
First Baptist Church. 205 W. Piccadilly St. Winchester. Harmonic language through the music of Gerald
Near. Free; suggested donation $10. Refreshments included.
Master Caricaturist and Illustrator Exhibit and Sale
Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. Throughout November, the superb work of Mike Caplanis, master caricaturist and illustrator who has contributed to the Washington Post, Oxford-American magazine and many more, will be on exhibit and for sale.
“TALLY-HO!” Art Exhibit
Long Branch Historic House and Farm. 830 Long Branch Lane. Boyce. View all new original works by Gail Guirreri Maslyk. Exhibit will be in Long Branch’s galleries through February 2020. Free. 540-837-1856. www.visitlongbranch.org.
Tai Chi with Chai Tea
Sanctuary Wellness Center. 208 N. Buckmarsh St. Berryville. Join Tai Chi instructor Adrian VanKeuren Wednesday evenings to practice this ancient Chinese healing movement and meditative martial art. Registration ahead is appreciated. Arrive early to socialize over Chai tea. 6–7pm. taichiAVK@gmail.com. 540-931-6507. www.sanctuaryberryville.com.
Genetic Mutations Support Group
Sanctuary Wellness Center. 208 N. Buckmarsh St. Berryville. NLWGM members meet the first Tuesday of each month to offer support, resources and help to each other. Free and open to the public. 6:30 –8pm. www.sanctuaryberryville.com.
Tuesdays, 8:15–9:15pm. Grace Episcopal Church. N. Church St. Berryville. AAVirginia.org. 540-955-1610.
FISH Clothing Bank and Food Pantry
Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9am–12pm. 36 E. Main Street. Berryville. 540-955-1823.
Boyce Fire Hall. 7 S. Greenway Ave. Thursdays at 7pm, Sundays at 1:30pm. Proceeds benefit the volunteer fire department. 540-837-2317.