What’s Up? July 17 – 23

Thursday, July 18
Cruisin’ 29 at Northside Summer Car Show
5037 Lee Highway, Warrenton | 5 – 9pm

Cruise in with your classic car or bring the family out to enjoy the show! All ages welcome. There will be live music, drink specials, and free chips & salsa. Trophies and prizes for car show participants! 

Saturday, July 20
Allegro Presents: Summer on the Green with PanMasters
20 Main Street, Warrenton | 6 – 9pm

Join the community for the Panmasters from 7 to 9pm with Drums Alive as the kids’ activity beginning at 6pm! Stop by Sandy’s Kitchen for some food on your way to the concert.

Special thanks to our concert sponsors Appleton Campbell and Larry Finkel and the Dermatology office of Dr Lawrence Finkel. Thanks to The Law Office of Marie Washington for being this summer’s Concessions Sponsor.

Concert Cost: $5 for adults. Children under 5 are free.

Saturday, July 20
The U.S. Marines at the Battle of First Manassas
6511 Sudley Road, Manassas | 9am – 5pm 

As part of the National Park Services annual anniversary program, the USMCHC will once again be presenting exhibits, talks, and tours focusing on the of the Marine Battalion at the battle and their impact on today’s Marine Corps. 2018 will mark the 158th Anniversary of the battle.

Saturday, July 20
The Wild West Comes to Fauquier County
John Barton Payne Building | 2 Courthouse Square, Warrenton | 1 – 2:30pm

Fauquier County Public Library welcomes Calamity Improv: The Wild West of Improv Shows, part of The Dark Horse Theater Company. Founded in 2009, The Dark Horse Theater Company has garnered nominations from DC Theatre Scene and and Broadway World. Their performance is part of Fauquier County Public Library’s summer reading program.

They have a rootin’, tootin’ wild time of a wild west show planned. Don’t miss this bunch of sharp shootin’ buckaroos as they take audience suggestions and turn them into gold. This is one TALL TALE of a show! This program is for rising 6 th graders and up. Registration is required.

Saturday, July 20
Historic Homes of Culpeper Street Walking Tour
10 Ashby Street, Warrenton | 1 – 2:30pm

Known for its lovely and stylistic homes, Culpeper Street in “Old Town” Warrenton is full of history. Take a step back in time with a walking tour lead by local historian Lory Payne. The tour will begin at the Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail and will walk along the sidewalks. This walking tour does include hilly terrain. Walking tour fee is $10/person, $8 for FHS members, and $5 for children under 12.

**Comfortable walking shoes are recommended*

Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21
The Founders’ Craft Beverage Festival
4366 Stillhouse Road, Hume | 11am – 6pm

Join the founding family of American wine and experience an exceptional artisan event celebrating the very best in local craft libations – wine, beer, cider, and mead. You are invited to be part of an annual Virginia tradition at Philip Carter Winery, celebrating 257 years of wine excellence in Virginia to enjoy the very best of Virginia craft beverages and meats from the grill. Enjoy live music and yard games in the vineyard. Purchase tickets early as this event will sell out. 

Saturday, July 20
Comedy Show with Hypnotist/Comedian Flip Orley
5615 Wellington Road, Gainesville | 7:30 – 9:30pm

This show with Flip Orley is going to be one of the best shows ever done at Eclipse. Flip Orley is absolutely amazing with his comic side paired with his amazing ability to hypnotize people. So get your tickets now cause these will be sold out completely.

Since bursting on the comedy scene, Flip Orley has reshaped the image of hypnosis from its vaudeville images. Faithful fans and newcomers alike find themselves screaming with laughter as Flip ignites his volunteers’ subconscious minds and transforms reality. Flip’s uncanny way with subjects, finely tuned power of suggestion and rapid-fire delivery keep audiences coming back for more.

Christine Craddock
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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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