What’s Up? April 24 – 30

Friday, April 26
Live Music with Big Steve and the crew Friday Nights!
Orlean Market | 6855 Leeds Manor Road, Marshall | 7:30 – 10:30pm

Orlean Market is hosting a special Friday night jam by Big Steve and the crew with great drink specials and delicious food. They also host Open Mic Wednesdays and Last Friday of Every Month Community Jams. Click here for the FB event. 


Saturday, April 27
8th Annual Officer Down Memorial Ride
14604 Washington Street, Haymarket | 9am – 4pm

This event brings together hundreds of law enforcement motorcycle enthusiasts and supporters from around the country to pay tribute to America’s fallen heroes. The ride follows a scenic 60-mile circuit through the foothills of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains and culminates in Haymarket for a full day of music, food, police motor demonstrations, and various vendor offerings. Come out and enjoy this inspirational event! Click here to see the FB event.


Saturday, April 27
Saturdays on the Sidewalk
The Marketplace at Madison Crescent | US 29 & US 15, Gainesville | 12pm – 2pm

Fun and kid-friendly, this event features face painting, balloon twisting, giveaways, treats, and opportunities to meet shop owners. Click here to see the FB event.


Saturday, April 27
Trucks & More at Vint Hill
4248 Bludau Drive, Warrenton | 10am – 2pm

What kid doesn’t love a truck? Whether it’s fire and rescue equipment, military vehicles, construction equipment, farm equipment or other large trucks, these super-sized vehicles are always a hit with young kids, especially when they get to sit inside one, turn a steering wheel, control levers or even sound the horn!

The first hour will be horn and flashing light-free! Light concession snacks/drinks available for sale. A suggested donation of $10/family will help support the swimming scholarship fund.

Click here for the FB event. 


Saturday, April 27
A Night at the Old Jail
Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail | 10 Ashby Street, Warrenton | 6:30pm – 8am

Are you brave enough to stay all night at the Old Jail’s 2nd annual sleepover event? Be among the first since the inmates to stay the night in Warrenton’s Historic Old Jail. Sightings, unexplainable voices and sounds, and other paranormal activity have been reported by both staff and guests. This one-of-a-kind evening offers visitors an adventure of discovery that is unlike anything they have ever experienced. *All ticket holders must be 14 years or older.

Click here for the FB event and here to buy tickets. 


Saturday, April 28
Delta Spur at Club Eclipse
5615 Wellington Road, Gainesville | 9:30pm – 1:30am

Delta Spur is DC/MD/VA’s hottest country band, performing Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Zac Brown, Keith Urban, as well as other country favorites.


Saturday, April 27 through Sunday, April 28
The Craft Beverage Tulip Fest – Wine, Beer, Cider, & Mead
Philip Carter Winery | 4366 Stillhouse Road, Hume | 11am – 6pm

You are invited to be part of an annual Virginia tradition at Philip Carter Winery – Virginia craft beverages, tulips, and a food truck all set in the vineyard.

Tickets are $10 per person in advance ($15 at the door) and include a taste of 4 wines, 3 ciders, 2 beers, and 1 mead. Enjoy live music and yard games in the vineyard.

Food will be available for purchase by a local food truck. Hand-grown tulips picked from the estate will be available for purchase while supplies last.


Sunday, April 28
The Wizard of Oz presented by Allegro Community Players
Liberty High School | 6300 Independence Ave, Bealeton | 4 – 6:30pm

Join the Allegro Community Players as they present The Wizard of Oz. Enjoy the colors, energy and joy of the Munchkins, the playful quartet of Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tinman, and the Lion, and the engaging music that transcends time.

 

Tuesday, April 30
Storytime at the Open Book
104 Main Street, Warrenton | 11 – 11:30am

Every Tuesday at 11 am, the Old Town Open Book hosts a storytime that includes songs and stories for children. 

Click here for the FB event with multiple dates. 

Christine Craddock
About Christine Craddock 88 Articles
Christine Craddock is a writer, editor, photographer, wife, and mother of two adorable children. She is a faithful contributing writer for Haymarket Lifestyle magazine and has resided in Haymarket since 2006.

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