out in the beautiful Historic Mount
Bleak backyard on June 2223.
Enjoy all that Sky Meadows has to
offer through activities beginning at
noon on Saturday and running until
noon on Sunday. Park rangers will
be on hand to help you set up your
campsite and tent. First-time and
experienced campers won't want to
demonstration by Dogs East, the Fishing is Fun
program, s'mores, nature hikes, hearth cooking
demonstrations, and more.
Dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday are included in your campsite
fee. To make a reservation, call 1-800-933-PARK.
and neighbors for the
Fun Day on July 27
from noon4:00 p.m.
at Eva Walker Park in
Old Town Warrenton.
S p o ns o re d by t he
Pi e dm o nt D i spute
First Baptist Church,
Wa r r e n t o n P o l i c e
Department, and the
Department of Juvenile
Justice Court Services Unit, there will be fun for all ages with free food,
music, games, amusement rides, and moon bounces. In addition, resource
and community organizations are invited to set up information tables. For
more information, send an email to email@example.com.
Book Week, held this year
on April 29 May 5, The
Open Book, Warrenton's
n ew b o o ks to r e, h o s te d
several special guest readers,
including Sheriff Bob Mosier.
In addition, Offi cer Fuller, fi re
department offi cials, and even
a dog read books to children
during special story time
events. For more information
about other events at The
O pen B o ok, visit w w w.
techniques and other related topics at the Fauquier Education
Farm (FEF) in Warrenton. Originally established in 2009 by
the Fauquier Community Action Committee as a community
farm to grow fresh produce for lower income residents,
program. In conjunction with the Virginia Cooperative Extension, the farm
is hosting a series of free workshops this summer. All sessions are held
at the FEF (8428 Meetze Road) and run from 6:008:00 p.m., with no
successfully using a combination of no-till cover crops and landscape fabric
along with no herbicides to manage the cover crops. On June 25, the 3-D
deer fencing workshop will demonstrate how to keep deer out of your garden
fence. On July 17, at the cut fl ower basics workshop,
learn about the basic varieties and techniques you
might want to consider in your cut-fl ower farm or home
garden. On July 20, the focus is on culinary herbs
and how to grow both perennial and annual herbs, as
well as inventive ways to cook with herbs. For more
information, visit www fauquiereducationfarm.org.
Distinguished Alumna Award for Young Career
Achievement, Liberty High School (LHS) Athletic
Trainer Mandy Carter was selected to be this year's
distinguished speaker at the Shenandoah University
Master of Athletic Training Hooding Ceremony in
early May. During her work at LHS, Mandy--a 2005
LHS graduate--has received the National Athletic
Trainers' Association Safe Sports School Award for