What’s Up? June 26 – July 2

Friday, June 28
Warrenton Town Limits
Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility | 3pm

Warrenton Town Limits is the largest community wide celebration in Fauquier County. Presented by the Town of Warrenton Committee on Health, Parks and Recreation, this free family event hosted over eight thousand people in its inaugural year. 

The 65 acres at the WARF will be packed with the sights and sounds of over 100 local food vendors, businesses, and interactive activities for our community to enjoy. This year’s event includes music and activities on the main stage, a kids’ stage with entertainment for children, a petting zoo, military displays, and a family fun zone with inflatables.

Click here for more information about the event, including parking. 

Friday, June 28
Open Mic Night @4410
4410 Costello Way, Haymarket| 7 – 9pm

Open Mic returns to the 4410 stage – hosted by Contemporary Music Center. Anyone can sign up to play!

Open Mic Night fills quickly! If the bookings are full, go ahead and join the waiting list, or simply sign up for the next Open Mic. For questions, ask CMC – they would love to talk to you!

Performers must get a PERFORMER TICKET. You only need one performer ticker per act. Audience members must get a general admission ticket to attend the show.

Click here for tickets. 

Saturday, June 29
1st Annual Improvicon of Northern Virginia
Theatre on the Green at Vint Hill | 4225 Aiken Drive, Warrenton | 7pm

5 Teams v 3 Regions v 1 Trophy

​Dark Horse Theatre Company and Calamity Improv are proud to present the 1st Annual IMPROVICON of Northern Virginia. This event is a real deal “throwdown” of multiple improv groups throughout Northern Virginia. The show will feature host Jack Reda, participation by the audience, and the hottest improv comedy of Northern VA!!

Help decide which improv troupe will reign supreme in 2019!! SoBo Mobile will be onsite before, during, and after the show. 
Click here for tickets. 

Saturday, June 29
Things are Getting Wild at the Library
Bealeton, Warrenton Central, and John Marshall branches of the Fauquier County Library System

Fauquier County Public Library presents Wildlife Ambassadors, part of the
2019 summer reading program. This family-friendly event will provide an up close and personal interaction with amazing animals found right in our own back yards.

  • Bealeton branch: 10:30 – 11:15 am
  • Warrenton central @ John Barton Payne building: 1:30 – 2:15 pm
  • John Marshall branch: 3:30 – 4:15 pm

Saturday, June 29
Summer Sipper Wine Dinner/Picnic at Pearmund Cellars 
6190 Georgetown Road, Broad Run | 6:30 – 9:30pm
Join Pearmund for a special, intimate evening and enjoy what has become a favorite event in the vineyard. Bring a picnic blanket or camp chairs and take in the breathtaking sunset, listen to some fun tunes, and taste savory and sweet treats paired delightfully with their wines.

Sunday, June 30
Kites • Club Eclipse • Sweet Julia Grace Foundation Benefit
5615 Wellington Road, Gainesville | 1 – 3pm
Indie-folk duo Kites returns to Northern Virginia, bringing the harmony to Club Eclipse in Gainesville for Acoustic Sunday!

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind event, as we’ll be collecting FUZZY SOCKS and FLIP FLOPS of all sizes to benefit The Sweet Julia Grace Foundation at the show from 1:00-3:00pm!

The foundation stocks Pediatric ICU hospital waiting areas – taking care of families who are spending time with the children during their stay. Come out and support a beautiful cause, and visit sweetjuliagrace.org to learn more!

Sponsored by Stuff! Consignments, who will also be on-site!
Click here for the Facebook event. 

Sunday, June 30
Stars and Stripes Concert and Car Show
14600 Washington Street, Haymarket | 2 – 6pm
Vintage cars, live music, food and ice cream vendors, summer games, and community fun awaits at this fun event hosted by the Haymarket Town Hall, Haymarket Police Department, and QBE. 
Click here to register for the Car Show and purchase tickets.  

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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