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Coming This July To Prince William Historic Preservation

Provided by Prince William County Historic Preservation Summer is here, our sites are open for tours, and it is a perfect opportunity to visit Prince William County’s historic treasures! Get outside and learn about some of the county’s historic properties at our many special programs or regular tours, offered Thursday-Monday from 11:00 a. m.-4:00 p. m. Take a look at our …

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Northern Virginia Couple Debuts Cook in Cuba; Havana Culinary Tour Now Available

Provided by ASHA Public Relations, LLC ‘Welcome to Cuba!’ is what you’ll hear from George and Linda Meyers, owners of Cook in Tuscany and Cook in Mexico at their latest culinary tour spot–Havana, Cuba . Cook in Cuba is now taking guests to Old Havana, exploring Cuban cuisine, history and culture. Cook in Tuscany, a Tuscan culinary tour, recently named …

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Summer Block Party Series Returns to Vint Hill

Provided by Vint Hill Village, LLC The second annual Summer Block Party series at Vint Hill kicks off on April 21. Building on the inaugural seasonal series that began last spring, the 2017 series has evolved to bring together the greater Vint Hill business community. The first block party of the series will feature Covert Café and Vint Hill Craft …

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Goodstone Inn & Restaurant Welcomes New Executive Chef

Provided by Goodstone Inn & Restaurant Goodstone Inn & Restaurant in Middleburg, Virginia, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jeffrey Surma as Executive Chef of the Restaurant at Goodstone. Surma is a nationally respected, innovative chef whose farm-to-table and culinary achievements will bring a new dimension to Goodstone’s award-winning restaurant. For the past 15 years, Chef Surma has served …

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Fauquier Community Theatre Announces: Always…Patsy Cline

Provided by Fauquier Community Theatre “Always…Patsy Cline” is more than a tribute to the legendary country singer who died tragically at age 30 in a plane crash in 1963. The show is based on a true story about Cline’s friendship with a fan from Houston named Louise Seger, who befriended the star in a Texas honky-tonk in 1961, and continued …

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Holidays at The Jefferson Hotel

Provided by The Jefferson Hotel The 30th annual Tree Lighting at The Jefferson Hotel on Monday, November 28 will kick off the 2016 holiday season.  The event is free to the public and begins at 5:00 p. m. with live musical performances.  The tree lighting ceremony starts at 5:45 p. m. and will feature a host of Richmond’s most beloved …

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Philadelphia’s Mummers Parade

Provided by Simon PR For over 100 years, Philadelphians have flocked to Broad Street on New Year’s Day to celebrate their beloved Mummers Parade – an event often called the oldest folk festival in the U.S. Come join tens of thousands of cheering Philadelphians as they revel in the Mummers’ timeless pageantry. Witness the dazzling array of fancy, colorful costumes, …

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August and September Events in Prince William & Manassas

Provided by Discover Prince William & Manassas Music on the Mill Summer Concert Series – August 6 – September 3 Come out and enjoy live music every Saturday evening 5:00 p. m. – 7:00 p. m. from August 6 – September 3 at River Mill Park in Historic Occoquan, opening on 7/30/16. Concerts are free, so bring a blanket and lawn chair …

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Interfusion Festival: Find Your Passion, Hone Your Skills

By Emma Young Two days, over 30 workshops for novices and experts alike, three large studios, two performance-filled evenings, and tens of experts and artists in movement, dance, the healing arts, and more. Combine them all to create one of Washington D.C.’s most unique and enriching gatherings: The Interfusion Festival.   “There’s a lot going on,” explained Christian Rodriguez, Interfusion Festival …

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