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MARCH 2013


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anniversary of Patsy Cline’s death—and The Barns is a fi t- ting play for this special trib- ute of one of the Valley’s own. Advance tickets, $10; $15 at the door; show time, 8pm. Barns of Rose Hill, Berryville; 540-955- 2004 or www.barnsofrosehill. org. All tickets are general ad- mission.


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Polymer Clay & Mixed Media Group


A FREE monthly gathering for community artists working in polymer clay/mixed media to be able to work together in our studio, network, and learn from each other. Register wv- craftworks.org.


The Woodshedders for Care Code


Care Code, Inc., was founded to build a community-based cutting-edge health and fi tness facility for the physically chal- lenged in the Northern Vir- ginia/metropolitan D.C. area. Exercise is a key to good health


and there is a drastic lack of community-based fi tness, health and wellness services available to those suffering with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI), multiple sclerosis, stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkin- son’s, and other neurological impairments and disabilities. The concert benefi ts individu- als in our community whose lives have been devastated by paralysis and other disabilities. Suggested donations of $50 per person for an evening of mu- sic, hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine and a yet-to-be-determined signature cocktail. A wood- inspired silent auction will complete the evening. Tickets purchased through Barns of Rose Hill www.barnsofrose- hill.org, for from Care Code at


www.carecode.org, or contact Wendy at 540 837-2128 or


whawken@hughes.net. Tickets also available at the door. The event begins at 6:30pm.


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Mary Cassatt Retro- spective


The Barns turns the lower gallery into a French bistro to watch a documentary fi lm about the great American Im- pressionist painter Mary Cas- satt. Free, $5 suggested dona- tion. 2pm.


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Bumper Jacksons Jess Eliot Myhre of


The Bumper Jacksons says the band is, “a big, fat party. Hot and sweet, their trad jazz and pre-war country repertoire paints America’s story from New Orleans’ brothels to Ap- palachian hollers. Unafraid to scrap together new sounds from forgotten 78s, the Bum- per Jacksons boldly and ele- gantly balance paying homage to the traditions while fash- ioning their own unique, DIY style.” Advance tickets, $10; $15 at the door; show time, 8pm. Barns of Rose Hill, Ber- ryville; 540-955-2004 or www. barnsofrosehill.org. All tickets are general admission.


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Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt


Apple Valley Baptist Church in Berryville hosts its second annual Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt at the Clarke County Fair Grounds with over 6,000 Easter Eggs. Registration begins at 6pm, and the hunt will begin at dark. An Easter movie and snack food will be provided during the wait. Age graded hunting divisions will ensure the most fun for everyone. Bring your own fl ashlight and bucket. Parents must accom- pany children. For informa- tion, visit www.applevalley- baptist.com or by calling the church at 703.554.9681.


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