What’s Up? December 25 – 31

Friday, December 27
Winter Naturalist Camp at Bull Run Mountains Conservancy
17405 Beverley Mill Drive, Broad Run | 9am – 4pm

Join BRMC for a winter adventure and learn more about the winter woods. Birds are more easily seen in the leafless trees and sounds are magnified in the winter stillness. Dress for the weather – snow makes the day all the more fun. Ages 7-12. Pre-registration is required. Members: $100/ Non: $150.

*Our host property is the Bull Run Mountains Natural Area Preserve, which is owned and operated by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation, a public organization dedicated to the preservation of our state’s open-space lands.

Friday, December 27
Bigloo Winter Lounge at Farm Brew Live
9901 Discovery Boulevard, Manassas

Stay warm and cozy in the Bigloo Winter Lounge, offering craft beer, unique cocktails, and a one-of-a-kind experience. A full bar and lounge seating complement the feeling of a winter wonderland straight out of the North Pole! Hours are Tuesday-Friday: 5-11pm, Saturday: 12-11pm, and Sunday: 12-9pm.

Saturday, December 28
Illuminated Canvas Painting Event with Creative Mankind
Molon Lave Vineyard | 10075 Lees Mill Road, Warrenton | 1 – 4pm

This new event shines some “light” on a new way to create visually fun and interesting art. Illumination elements are included so all you need to bring is yourself and a willingness to try something new! Spend a fun afternoon laughing, listening to music and creating a one-of–a-kind masterpiece at Molon Lave in Warrenton, Virginia!

This event includes all art supplies, an awesome staff, and a lot of fun. Don’t worry! Absolutely NO art experience is necessary! Talented instructors will walk you through every step of your creative process! But WAIT! There’s more! Molon Lave will have all of their delicious food and cocktails available for purchase!

Sunday, December 29
Blue Valley Wine Dinner at Denim & Pearls
29 Main Street, Warrenton | 6 – 8:30pm

Enjoy Chef Woody’s delicious creations in a four course meal that pairs perfectly with featured wine selections from our friends at Blue Valley Vineyard and Winery. Call for reservations 540-349-9339.

Tuesday, December 31
Airlie New Year’s Celebration
6809 Airlie Road, Warrenton

Close out 2019 and begin 2020 with a grand party – Airlie style! Treat yourself to a delectable buffet dinner at 6 PM in the Airlie Dining Room before heading upstairs to the Federal Room for a celebration to include an open bar, live music by Daniel Carter and Friends, live streaming of the Times Square ball drop, and champagne toast at midnight followed by late-night appetizers. There are three ticket types for this event. The Overnight Package includes the dinner, party, overnight accommodations, and breakfast for two on Jan. 1.

Tuesday, December 31
New Year’s Eve Party at Old Bust Head
7134 Farm Station Road, Warrenton | 12 – 8pm

Bring family and friends to the taproom for a pre-New Year’s Eve celebration! Whether you’re an early bird who doesn’t make it to midnight or just looking for some pre-party fun, Old Bust Head has you covered!

Ring in the New Year early with London (7pm EST/12am GMT) and watch the fireworks display at Big Ben live on the big screen. Enjoy live music from Delaplane and food from The Roaming Coyote food truck on site all day.

Tuesday, December 31
New Years Eve Party with 8 Track Jones Band
5615 Wellington Road, Gainesville | 9pm – 2am

This will be the biggest and best New Years Eve party this area has seen in a long time. 8 Track Jones brings super high energy and fun while dancing all night long. Tickets are $45 for individual and $85 per couple which includes 2 drink tickets per individual and 4 drink tickets per couple, a huge breakfast buffet and champagne toast at midnight and a bunch of swag giveaways.

Christine Craddock
About Christine Craddock 124 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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