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Discover Fauquier November 2018
iscover the spirit of the season in Fauquier County and its environs, where you can celebrate
the holidays with friends and family in the warmth and beauty of "home sweet home."
tale. Tickets are $15/adults, $10/
seniors 65+ and children 4-10, free
for children under age 4. Visit
The Warrenton Chorale Christmas
in Music,
Nov. 29 & 30, 7:30pm, and
Dec. 1, 3pm, at Warrenton United
Methodist Church, 341 Church St.
Tickets are available in advance at
g. whillikers Toys & Books, Great
Harvest Bread Company, Deja Brew,
Oak View National Bank, Warrenton
Jewelers, and the New Baltimore
Animal Hospital, or at the door.
Don't miss this 65th anniversary
performance, featuring a world
premiere choral work by composer
Ralph Manuel. Tickets are $15/
adults and $5/children. Visit
Fauquier Community Theatre
She Loves Me,
Nov 30, Dec. 1, 7,
8, 14 & 15, 7:30pm and Dec. 2, 9 &
16, 2pm, 4225 Aiken Dr., Warrenton.
Don't miss this intimate and touching
story of two feuding perfume clerks
who have no idea that they are in
love. Tickets are $20/adults, $18/
seniors and students. Visit
Lasley Performing Arts Centre
The Nutcracker,
Dec. 1, 2, 8 & 9,
4pm, Fauquier High School, 705
Waterloo Rd., Warrenton. Don't
miss this magical holiday tradition,
featuring world-renowned Cory
Stearns as the Cavalier!
Advance tickets are
$20/adults and $15/
seniors and children
under 12 or $25 and
$20 within a week
of performances
or at the door. Visit
Woodbridge Flute Choir Holiday
Dec. 2, 3pm, Greenwich
Presbyterian Church, 15305 Vint
Hill Rd., Nokesville. Free-will
offerings benefi t Farthest Corners,
a non-profi t organization providing
humanitarian, medical, spiritual, and
educational assistance to displaced
Burmese citizens. Visit
The Blue Ridge Chorale
Christmas Concert,
Dec. 8, 7pm,
Open Door Baptist Church, 754
Germanna Hwy, Culpeper and
9, 3pm, Culpeper Baptist Church,
318 S. West St., Culpeper. Free-will
donations. Visit
Piedmont Symphony Orchestra
The Nutcracker...Ellington Style!,
Dec. 9, 3pm at The Highland Center
for the Arts, 597 Broadview Ave.,
Warrenton. This concert presents
Tchaikovsky's timeless classic in
the style of America's signature
jazz composer, Duke Ellington.
Tickets are $15-$35. Visit
St. John the Evangelist School
Hark, the Herald Angel,
13, 7pm, 111 John E. Mann St.,
Warrenton. Enjoy this production
of the classic Brothers' Grimm tale.
Free. Call
Our Saviour Lutheran Church
Bethlehem P.D.,
Dec. 15, 6:30pm,
6194 Dumfries Rd., Warrenton.
Enjoy a Middle Eastern dinner and
the show, which follows Sergeant
Joe Thursday and Offi cer Frank
Cannon as they walk the Bethlehem
beat, investigating celestial
disturbances, awestruck shepherds,
angel visits, and more! Tickets are
and can be
purchased online
or at the church
on Nov. 3,10
& Dec. 1 from
5-5:30pm or on Nov. 4, 11 & Dec. 2
from 9:15-10:15am. Reserve your
spot by Dec. 8. Email
ngeebee@ with questions.
Fauquier Community Band
Holiday Concert,
Dec. 17, 7pm,
Fauquier High School, 705 Waterloo
Rd. Enjoy this free concert featuring
traditional holiday favorites. Visit
Experience Old Town Warrenton
Inaugural Gingerbread House
Competition, enter by
Nov. 5 for
public viewing
Nov. 17, 9am-5pm,
Nov. 18, 10am-3pm ($1/
person) at First Baptist Church, 39
Alexandria Pike, Warrenton. Cash,
prizes, and ribbons for fi rst, second,
and third-place winning entries.
540-347-9188. Warrenton
Christmas Parade, Illumination
Walk, and Opening of GumDrop
Nov. 30, 6pm. The parade
and Illumination Walk kicks off the
season! As Santa travels down
Main Street in his horse-drawn
carriage, children are invited to turn
on their battery-powered candle or
fl ashlight to illuminate Old Town.
The parade will be followed by
the lighting of the town Christmas
tree and the opening of GumDrop
Square in the John Barton Payne
building, where Santa will listen
to children's Christmas wishes.
GumDrop Square and Holiday
Nov. 30, end of
Dec. 7, 14 & 21,
Dec. 1, 8 & 15, 10am-1pm,
Dec. 2, 9 & 16, 1-3pm. Santa's
Secret Shop is open for photos and
shopping with the elves. Visit
Warrenton Gospel Partnership
Stories in the Park: The Christmas
Nov. 30, 6pm, Dec. 1,
8:30pm, Eva Walker Park,
130 Haiti St., Warrenton. Walk
through a shadow nativity and
hear the Christmas story, then
put on a costume and have your
picture taken while you pose in
the live nativity. Free. Visit
Fauquier County Parks &
Recreation Remington 5K Turkey
Nov. 17, 10am-noon, M.M.
Pierce Elementary School, 12074
James Madison St, Remington.
Prizes (turkeys, pumpkin pies,
poinsettias) awarded to a variety of
winners. Pre-register online by Nov.
5 to guarantee an event T-shirt or
Hospice of the
Nov. 29, 6pm,
Culpeper United
Methodist Church,
1233 Oaklawn Dr.,
Culpeper. Community
members are invited to "light a
light" to honor and remember the
lives of loved ones. Call
6900 or visit
Spiritual Care Support Ministries
Celebrating Christmas with
Dec. 1, 3-5pm, beginning
at Warrenton Community Center,
430 E. Shirley Ave. and fi nishing
with a tree lighting ceremony
and caroling at SCSM Center,
76 W. Shirley Ave. A joyful, non-
denominational event honoring
personal heroes and the memory
of loved ones with special music by
Bobby Reynolds. Dedicate a light
($10 each) to remember someone
special, or honor those who have
made a difference. Santa will be
visiting! Call
Fauquier Hospital Auxiliary
Annual Lights for Life,
Dec. 5,
7pm, Fauquier Springs Country
Club, 9236 Tournament Dr.
Celebrate those who have made
your life special with a light placed
on holiday trees. All donations
support volunteer services at
Fauquier Health to serve the
community's health-related needs.
Wreaths Across
America, Dec. 15,
Quantico National
Cemetery, 5100
Russell Rd.,
Quantico. Join in
this nationwide
annual event to
honor fallen soldiers. Visit
Allegro Community Players
A Christmas Carol,
Nov. 10,
16 & 17, 7:30pm, Nov. 11 & 18,
4:00pm, Fauquier High School,
705 Waterloo Rd., Warrenton.
Don't miss this brilliant musical
version of Charles Dickens' classic