Loudoun County's 150-acre community farm designed to provide hunger relief for those in need will be the beneficiary of a barn dance fundraiser hosted at Sylvanside Farm in Purcellville on Oct. 20.
The Sterling Foundation will present its annual community festival, SterlingFest, on Oct. 12 at the Sterling Community Center.
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.
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.
Eighteen musical acts will perform at the newly named Crossroads Music Festival, presented by local nonprofit BENEFIT, in downtown Leesburg Sept. 21.
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.
International Beer Day has been celebrated annually on the first Friday of August since 2008, and this year it lands on Aug. 2.
Michael Glabicki, lead singer and guitarist of the popular rock band Rusted Root, will headline the Lindsay Volkswagen of Dulles Summer of Love Music Festival at B Chord Brewing Company on Aug. 17 alongside his new group, Uprooted.
With the historic village of Waterford as a backdrop and serving as inspiration, a two-year-old artist fellowship institute called the Ground Beneath Us is preparing to host its first summer fellowship meeting in Waterford.
Christopher Linman’s mother could never afford the piano lessons she had always wanted for herself, so when Christopher came along, she scraped together whatever money she could to make sure he had that privilege.