Wednesday, January 8
Volunteer Info Meeting
30 John Marshall Street, Warrenton | 7 – 9pm
At Hope Heals Community Free Store, the dream is a community built on relationships based on mutual aid and cooperation. Their desire is to use the distribution of free items as a catalyst for change! Their goal is to change individual relationships with material goods while combating lower income through empowerment. Their hearts are to see lives forever changed through not only the giving of clothing and household items, but also through mentorship, relationship, and love. Love is free. Love is a gift. Love changes everything!
Hope Heals is beyond excited to connect and get volunteers plugged in. They are hosting a volunteer informational meeting for anyone who would like to learn more and start serving.
Thursday, January 9
Community Launch Event
92 Main Street, Suite 104, Warrenton | 6:30 – 9pm
Come to the Gloria Faye Dingus Music Alliance for their Community Launch event where you can become one of the 100 amazing women who will demonstrate that women BUILD community here in Fauquier County! There will be light refreshments, drinks, and some wonderful music by local musician Sally Mae Foster! There will also be more info about the spring build as well as information about our winter training classes!
Want to be on a build team? Awesome – come meet our amazing team leaders! Already on a build team? Awesome – come meet the rest of your teammates and help recruit others to join your team!
Women Build 2020! Be part of their largest fundraising event and help build houses for families in need of a safe, decent, and affordable place to live.
Saturday, January 11
An Intimate Evening with the Artist: Maddi Mae
8374 West Main Street, Marshall | 4:30 – 8pm
Enjoy the unique experience of interacting with one of our area’s finest local musicians while eating a three-course gourmet meal on our double-decker bus at Johnny Monarch’s. For their first Intimate Evening with the Artist, they are ecstatic to feature a favorite up-and-coming musician, Maddi Mae. Learn more about her here: MaddiMaeMusic.com. OR here: Facebook.com/MaddiMaeMusic
Two seatings: An early-bird at 4:30pm and a second at 6:30pm
Three-course gourmet meal (limited menu)
Wine and cider will be available from The Bubble Decker
Reservations are required due to limited seating!
Call (540) 878-3555
$45 per person
Photo by Jennifer Gray (at Johnny Monarch’s!)
Join The Clifton Institute for their monthly Saturday YHikes! (Youth Hikes). Families with children ages 6 and older are invited to come along to explore the field station and learn about the animals, fungi and plants that live here. You never know what we’ll find! This program is an intentionally unstructured opportunity for families to explore nature together. They pick a different trail to explore each month and usually move slowly to stop often to look at and learn about all the different species that live in Northern Virginia.
PLEASE NOTE: We have recently changed the timing of this program to 10am-12pm. This event is free. Closed-toe, preferably waterproof, shoes or boots, hats, sunscreen, bug spray, and water bottles are recommended.
Saturday, January 11
Evick at Club Eclipse
5615 Wellington Road, Gainesville | 9:30pm – 1:30am
Pete Evick is best known as the guitarist and musical director for the Bret Michaels Band, with whom he has played for the past decade. But his relationship with Michaels extends beyond merely backing up the Poison frontman onstage for his solo work. This show will be amazing.
Saturday, January 11
Family Movie Night – Aladdin (2019) at Haymarket Baptist Church
14800 Washington Street, Haymarket | 5:30 – 7pm
Join Haymarket Baptist Church for an indoor showing of Aladdin, the 2019 character version. There will be snacks and water available. Bring a pillow if you/your children prefer to sit on the floor; otherwise chairs will be available.
Sunday, January 12
Cold War Museum Speaker Series
7134 Farm Station Road, Warrenton | 2 – 5pm
The Cold War Museum, in cooperation with Old Bust Head Brewing Company, invites you to attend a presentation by John Fox, the Historian of the FBI, on U. S. Counterintelligence During the Cold War: Its Origins in WWII and the Cold War CI Successes and Failures of the FBI and Its Partners.
• 1:30-2:00. Participants arrive; they may get their beer or other drink at this time
• 2:00-2:10. Jason Hall, Executive Director of the Cold War Museum, introduces the Museum and John Fox.
• 2:10-3:30. John presents on U.S. Counterintelligence in the Cold War.
• 3:30-4:00. Q&A opportunity for the audience
• 4:00-5:00. The Museum (next door) will be open for event participants, with staff providing a tour for those interested.
Event seating at the brewery is limited, and many prior presentations have sold out well in advance, so secure your tickets promptly.