With fox hunting, the Red Fox Inn and plenty of fox sightings in the area, the town of Middleburg has always been known for its fox symbolism – and it's about to get even more foxy.
Fifty years ago, community members in the village of Bluemont started an annual fall tradition in Loudoun County. The popular event continues this year with the milestone Bluemont Fair slated for Sept. 21-22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For Leesburg's Black Hoof Brewery, the first Friday in August was a momentous occasion. The two-year-old brewery was so busy with customers it set a new record for beer sold in a single day.
Shocktober, named the fifth scariest haunted house in the U.S. by Travel + Leisure magazine and the Event of the Year by Visit Loudoun, will reopen Oct. 4 under the new theme of Camp Carlheim.
Food, art and wine lovers will have the opportunity to attend a special fundraising event to benefit Loudoun Cares on Sept. 13 in the Community Room at Village at Leesburg.
When Purcellville residents Michael and Kim Oaks launched the nonprofit Discover Purcellville several years ago, their dream was to raise enough funds to eventually open a haven for the local arts community.
Fans of Bob Ross, an American painter who is best known for his PBS TV program “The Joy of Painting,” will be able to see the largest collection of his artwork ever displayed on the East Coast this September in Purcellville.