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Purcellville Blog: Purcellville decorates town with locally made artwork

For the second year, local artisans have decorated holiday ornaments which are on display around the town of Purcellville.

Purcellville Blog: Painted Benches and Planters On Auction Nov. 11

Visitors and residents who have enjoyed the painted benches and planters on display in Purcellville since this past spring will now have a chance to purchase one of their own.

Middleburg Blog: Middleburg Hunt

The Middleburg Hunt held its opening meet at Groveton Farm Nov. 4. Groveton Farm is one of many beautiful farms in the countryside surrounding the town of Middleburg and one of the hunt’s many fixtures.

Cascades Blog: Tai chi for everyone, in Sterling

Whether you consider yourself an out-of-shape individual in need of a body tune-up, an experienced athlete interested in expanding your training program, or somewhere in between the two, Jeremy Brown’s got your back.

Purcellville Blog: ‘Hail to the Trail’ event honors local volunteers, draws hundreds of visitors

Hundreds of people turned out to enjoy the beautiful weather and outdoor activities at the 3rd Annual Hail to the Trail event Oct. 22, located at the Chapman DeMary Trail in Purcellville.

Middleburg Blog: The Barns of Rose Hill

The facility was originally donated to the town of Berryville on July 16, 1964, by Mr. Horace Smithy to be used for “the educational, recreational and cultural benefit of the community” in honor of his wife, Rosalie McCormick Smithy.

Sterling Blog: The Impossible Dream

In just a week, our hometown theatre company, the Sterling Playmakers, will present one of their most ambitious productions to date, “Man of La Mancha.”

River Creek Blog: The Backpack Buddies

The Backpack Buddies will be hosting their third annual Friends Giving Gala at the River Creek Club this coming Nov.10 at 6 p.m.

Purcellville Blog: My Deli and Café celebrates 10 years

"It's been a good decade in rapidly growing Loudoun," said Tasos Vatikiotis, owner of the popular Greek Bistro.

Middleburg Blog: Middleburg begins holiday celebrations

The Emmanuel Episcopal Church at 105 East Washington has planned a Halloween party Oct. 29 at 3 p.m., and they invite community families to wear costumes to an afternoon of fun with “Scary Songs and Stories.” There will be spooky songs, ghost stories, scary food, and silliness.

Cascades Blog: The ghosts are out there

If you’re interested in local history—and if you’ve lost track of the amount of time you’ve spent watching ghost hunters at work on cable television—a ticket to the Loudoun Museum’s annual “Hauntings” tour is just what you need this weekend.

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