With a goal of highlighting nature and the nearby Appalachian Trail, the Round Hill Appalachian Trail Festival is set to take place June 11 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at B Chord Brewing on Williams Gap Road.
After two years of mostly virtual activities, the staff at Loudoun County Public Libraries (LCPL) are anticipating a busy and fun-filled summer reading program over the next few months, according to Programming Coordinator Sam Mull and Program Manager Susan VanEpps.
A new community theatre program based in Hillsboro will kick off its first performance on June 10 with “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams.
With a mission of providing meaningful employment for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, A Farm Less Ordinary continues to grow and make an impact in the local community, according to co-founders Greg Masucci and his wife Maya Wechsler.
Spring musical season has arrived at Loudoun County’s middle and high schools, and this weekend, one local production will be on stage for the first time in this area.
After a two-year hiatus, one of Purcellville’s signature events is back this spring, bringing a celebration of local artists, musicians and family-friendly activities.
Loudoun’s newest — and one of its largest — event venues, located at Droumavalla Farm in Lucketts, opens this week with a three-day St. Patrick’s Day-themed concert.
After noticing a need for more Leesburg-based event space options to serve their clients, Roots 657 market and café co-owners Chef Rich Rosendale and Muriel Sarmadi sought to fill that gap, recently launching Forklift.
Beginning Memorial Day weekend, the Tarara Summer Concert Series will kick off its 23rd season with the popular 80s cover band, The Reflex at Tarara Vineyards, located off Route 15 near Leesburg.
One of Loudoun’s newest wineries announced it will hold a contest to give away an all-inclusive wedding package for frontline workers in August 2022, according to a news release.
Alligator meat may not be the first thing you think of when dining at a New Orleans-style restaurant, but the owners of Bourbon Bayou Kitchen in Ashburn are betting Loudouners will eat it up when it comes time to open.
The Village at Leesburg’s annual Ice Festival, which has been a yearly tradition since 2015, kicks off at 1 p.m. and runs until 5 p.m. on Saturday, January 15.
After Chefscape in Leesburg announced a leadership change in February, with long-time Northern Virginia restaurateur Artie Simcox taking the helm, the team says the once-struggling food hall operation is now “rejuvenated and revived.”
Nearly three years after taking the reins of For Goodness Sake, a well-established health food store at Market Station in Leesburg, Ally Blaine is re-branding the shop with her new business partner Camden Middlebrooks. The store now has a new name to fit their audience, Neighbors: A Local Market.
With kids back to school and the calendar flipped to September, many Loudoun County residents are turning their attention some of the area’s traditional fall activities and festivals. With COVID-19 safety protocols in place, local event organizers are ready to welcome visitors to this year’s…
After launching the Loudoun Film Festival last year in the midst of the pandemic, co-founders Kaeley Boyle and Owen Palmiotti said they are ready and excited to hold the event for a second year.
Less than a year after purchasing Village Lanes Bowling Center on Catoctin Circle in Leeburg, the owners of the newly renovated family entertainment center and restaurant — now called The Branch — have opened to the public.
After recently restoring and renovating a 230-year-old Quaker barn at Shiloh Manor Farm to serve as a wedding and events space, the owners of the Purcellville farm have planned a classical concert series which will kick off July 24.
After missing a year of Fourth of July celebrations due to the pandemic, Loudoun County’s traditions of marking the nation’s birthday will commence this weekend and continue through July 4, including fireworks and parades.
Twenty years ago, Jim Ebert was diagnosed with brain cancer. The Leesburg resident and two-time Grammy nominated record producer has, through music, been giving back to others ever since.
Three years ago, Leesburg resident Hadi Akkad had sold a technology company and was in the process of searching for his next business venture.
Loudoun County’s wine industry is welcoming yet another name to the list of 45 wineries in the county with the opening of Williams Gap Vineyard in Round Hill on April 23.
The owners of longtime Loudoun County-based PMSI Pest Management Services are in the process of transforming the former Hunter’s Run Winery located on Route 9 in Hamilton into an events, Airbnb and winery destination.