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08/09/2022

Pet of the Week: Rambo began life as a feral kitten. Now 3-years old and neutered, shelter staff describe him as “a little shy, but super friendly once he gets to know you.” He is one of about 50 cats currently at the shelter and looking for permanent homes. Rambo’s adoption fee is $35.

Visit Rambo, other adoptable cats, dogs, and a rabbit at the Clarke County Animal Shelter located at 225 Ramsburg Lane in Berryville. Shelter hours are:
• 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday through Monday
• 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday
• 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday

Contact the shelter at 540-955-5104 or [email protected]. Follow Clarke County Humane Foundation.

08/06/2022

Taijon Duverger, a “dog and owner trainer” with Kaizen Canine, shares three essential lessons on dog anxiety, jumping and how to get your pup to “heel” on a leash.

08/01/2022

If you’re in town between vacations or need a break from back-to-school activities, there is still plenty to do in our area! Grab an ice cream treat from one of our favorite ice cream shops in the area, take your pup to a different dog park, or try out something new this month – county fairs abo...

07/29/2022
07/22/2022

  The hottest weeks of the year are often referred to as the “dog days” of summer – a time when it’s even too hot for dogs to be running around. We know that’s not really the origin of the term, but we decided it was a great time to celebrate our devoted furry friends! A couple dates to n...

What a great idea! Wi******er always finds new ways to look out for it's community. Tag a restaurant or someone that you...
07/21/2022

What a great idea! Wi******er always finds new ways to look out for it's community.

Tag a restaurant or someone that you think could fill this fridge!

WI******ER — The Congregational Community Action Project (CCAP) and several other local organizations are celebrating the opening of “The Friendly Neighborhood Freedge.”

07/19/2022

MONDAY, JULY 18...

11 a.m. to noon Talewise “Pirates Lost at Sea” at Barns of Rose Hill (95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville) is a FREE story performance for all ages about a crew of quirky pirates marooned on a desert island. Hosted by Clarke County Library. Contact the Barns at 540-955-2004 or [email protected]. Go to barnsofrosehill.org for details.

MONDAY THRU FRIDAY, JULY 18-22…

9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. FREE COVID-19 vaccinations are available for ages 5 and up at Clarke County Health Department (100 N. Buckmarsh St., Berryville). No appointment necessary. Call the office at 540-955-1033.

TUESDAY, JULY 19...

8 to 10 a.m. FREE Food Distribution at FISH of Clarke County (36 E. Main St. Berryville). Contact FISH at 540-955-1823 or [email protected].

11 a.m. Pre-School Storytime at the Clarke County Library (101 Chalmers Ct., Berryville) is FREE for young children and their parents/guardians. Contact the library at 540-955-5144 or [email protected].

7 p.m. Women’s Self Defense Basics at Clarke County Recreation Center (225 Al Smith Circle, Berryville) is open to ages 16 and up. Learn tactics to prevent and reduce risk, increase awareness, and physically combat an assault. Fee is $7. Contact Clarke County Parks and Recreation at 540-955-5140 or [email protected]. Or go to the rec center to register.

7 p.m. Clarke County Community Band & American Legion Warren County Community Band present a FREE concert at Shenandoah University’s Armstrong Concert Hall (702 University Dr., Wi******er). Contact the Clarke County band at [email protected]. Go to clarkecountycommunityband.com.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 20...

8 to 10 a.m. FREE Food Distribution at FISH of Clarke County (36 E. Main St. Berryville). Contact FISH at 540-955-1823 or [email protected].

4 p.m. LEGO Club at Clarke County Library (101 Chalmers Ct., Berryville) is FREE and perfect for ages 3 to 13. LEGOs are provided. Contact the library at 540-955-5144 or [email protected].

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Essential Oils for Kids’ Crafts at Clarke County Recreation Center (225 Al Smith Circle, Berryville) is open to ages 14 and up. Learn 18 different craft ideas for your kids. Class is designed for adults. Fee is $5. Contact Clarke County Parks and Recreation at 540-955-5140 or [email protected]. Or go to the rec center to register.

THURSDAY, JULY 21...

noon to 5:30 p.m. American Red Cross Blood Drive at VFW Post 9760 (425 S. Buckmarsh St., Berryville) requires registration. Go to redcrossblood.org and enter Zip code 22611 in “Find a Blood Drive.”

5 to 8 p.m. Blues Music Jam at the Barns of Rose Hill (95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville) is FREE and open to acoustic musicians of all ages – and anyone who wants to listen. Contact the Barns at 540-955-2004 or [email protected].

7 p.m. Bingo at Boyce Volunteer Fire Company (7 S. Greenway Ave.). Doors open at 5 p.m., first number drawn at 7 p.m. Contact the fire company at 540-837-1228 or [email protected].

FRIDAY, JULY 22...

4:30 to 6 p.m. Gourd Workshop at Clarke County Recreation Center (225 Al Smith Circle, Berryville) is open to ages 7 and up. Students decorate medium-sized gourds with plant materials using decoupage. Fee is $15 and $10 supply fee. Contact Parks & Recreation at 540-955-5140 or [email protected]. Or go to the rec center to register.

6:30 p.m. Music in the Park: Dill Pickers in Rose Hill Park (31 E. Main St.) is a FREE concert of blues, bluegrass, Cajun, folk, gospel, Irish, and rock music. Bring a blanket or chair. Contact Berryville Main Street at [email protected]. Call BMS president Michelle Marino at 703-472-5696.

6:30 to 8 p.m. Friday Night Jazz at L'Auberge Provencale Bed and Breakfast (13630 Lord Fairfax Hwy., White Post) features pianist Szymon Czerniak and other local musicians. Contact L’Auberge at 540-837-1375 or [email protected]. Go to www.laubergeprovencale.com.

6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Adult Art Journaling at Clarke County Recreation Center (225 Al Smith Circle, Berryville) is open to ages 18 and up. Learn to use art journaling to destress and spark creativity. Fee is $25; plus $15 supply fee. Contact Clarke County Parks and Recreation at 540-955-5140 or [email protected]. Or go to the recreation center to register.

7 p.m. Crys Matthews at the Barns of Rose Hill (95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville) is an evening of Americana, folk, jazz, blues, bluegrass and funk blended into a bold, complex performance by Matthews, grand prize winner of the 2017 NewSong Music Competition at Lincoln Center. Tickets are $20 in advance; $30 at door. Children 12-years-old and younger admitted free when accompanied by an adult. Contact the Barns at 540-955-2004 or [email protected]. Go to barnsofrosehill.org for details.

8 p.m. Hank Gorecki performs at the Horseshoe Curve Restaurant (1162 Pine Grove Rd., Bluemont). Contact the restaurant at 540-554-8291 or [email protected].

8:45 p.m. “Boss Baby: Family Business” Movie Night in Chet Hobert Park (225 Al Smith Circle, Berryville) is FREE. Bring comfortable pillows, blankets, or chairs, and snacks. Contact Clarke County Parks and Recreation at 540-955-5140 or [email protected].

SATURDAY, JULY 23...

8 a.m. to noon Clarke County Farmers' Market (317 W. Main St., Berryville) offers locally produced vegetables, cheese, honey, baked goods, handmade crafts, and more. Contact [email protected]. Go to clarkecountyfarmersmarket.com.

8 to 10:30 a.m. Sixth Annual Geneva Jackson Pie-Baking Contest at the Clarke County Farmers' Market (317 W. Main St., Berryville) invites bakers of all ages to present their best fruit pies in disposable pans. (No custard pies, please.) There are two age categories: 12-years-old and younger and 13 and older. Entries must include baker’s name, phone number, and list of ingredients. Entry fee is $10. Judging begins at 10:30 a.m. Some pies will be available for purchase. All proceeds benefit The Laurel Center: Intervention for Domestic and Sexual Violence. Contact [email protected].

10 a.m. Cowboy Dressage: Walk, Trot, Lope at Almeda Farm (749 Salem Church Rd., Boyce) is $55 per horse/rider and requires registration. Cory Kirk of CK Performance Horses provides instruction. Contact the farm at 703-598-6715 or [email protected]. Go to almedafarm.com.

10 a.m. to noon Jewelry Making at Brazen Sheep Fiber Arts (10 W. Main St., Berryville) teaches how to use glass shards to create two pieces of jewelry. Teens love this class. Cost is $25 (includes materials). Contact the shop at 240-472-0777 or [email protected].

8 p.m. Sagebrush performs at the Horseshoe Curve Restaurant (1162 Pine Grove Rd., Bluemont). Contact the restaurant at 540-554-8291 or [email protected].

SUNDAY, JULY 24...

1:30 p.m. Bingo at Boyce Volunteer Fire Company (7 S. Greenway Ave.). Doors open at 11:30 a.m., first number drawn at 1:30 p.m. Contact the fire company at 540-837-1228 or [email protected].

MONDAY, JULY 25...

11 a.m. to noon Tampa Taiko Drums at the Barns of Rose Hill (95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville) is a FREE interactive program for all ages that covers the history of taiko, the music of Japan, modern drumming performance, and drum making. Hosted by Clarke County Library. Contact the Barns at 540-955-2004 or [email protected]. Go to barnsofrosehill.org for details.

6:30 p.m. Clarke County School Board meets in the Clarke County Public Schools Administrative Office multipurpose room (317 W. Main St., Berryville). Find details at clarke.k12.va.us/school-board. Contact 540-955-6100 or [email protected].

ONGOING…

now through July 25: Shenandoah Arts Council Art Show at the Barns of Rose Hill (95 Chalmers Ct., Berryville) showcases the diverse talents of Council members. Gallery open noon to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and during events at the Barns. Contact the Barns at 540-955-2004 or [email protected]. Go to barnsofrosehill.org for details.

now through July 31: Summer Art Show at Long Branch Historic House & Farm (830 Long Branch Lane, Boyce) features work by Gail Maslyk and Sue Lymon. Gallery is open FREE 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Donations accepted. Contact Long Branch at 540-837-1856 or [email protected].

11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays: Watch Grain Being Ground at the Burwell Morgan Mill (15 Tannery Lane, Millwood) just as it’s been since 1785. The working grist mill is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. on Fridays and Sundays. Suggested donation $5. Call the mill at 540-837-1799. Or, contact the Clarke County Historical Association at 540-955-2600 or [email protected].

12 to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays at Long Branch Historic House & Farm (830 Long Branch Lane, Boyce) feature privately guided tours by long-time docent Colette Poisson. Admission is $10. Contact Long Branch at 540-837-1856 or [email protected].

The Sanctuary Wellness Center (208 N. Buckmarsh St., Berryville) offers a variety of wellness and yoga classes throughout the week. Contact 540-227-0564, [email protected], or go to sanctuaryberryville.com.

Turiya Yoga + Wellness offers a variety of classes throughout the week. Contact the studio at 540-212-9778, [email protected], or go to turiyayogawellness.com.

Clarke County government meetings can be found at clarkecounty.gov. Find Berryville government meetings at berryvilleva.gov and Boyce town meetings at boyceva.net.

07/18/2022

In February 2022, the Board of Supervisors adopted new regulations for transient lodging businesses, including short-term residential rentals (Airbnbs, Sublet dotcom, Vrbo, etc.), home occupation bed & breakfasts, and country inns. Regulations now require owners of new and existing short-term residential rentals to obtain zoning permits, and comply with local health and building codes.

The new regulations were adopted with a grace period that ends on Aug. 15. Enforcement of the ordinance is on hold until then, and application fees are waived if submitted before Aug. 15, 2022.

Find more information in the Clarke County Zoning & Subdivision Guidance Manual (Section 3C): www.clarkecounty.gov/home/showpublisheddocument/8855/637835454325730000

Read the text amendment approved by the Supervisors at: www.clarkecounty.gov/home/showpublisheddocument/8641/637812074066930000

Questions? Contact Senior Planner & Zoning Administrator Jeremy Camp at (540) 955-5131 or [email protected].

07/17/2022

I'm so excited to be showing this beautiful home today from 12-2p!

07/16/2022

Clarke County government has immediate openings in its Building department, Parks and Recreation department, and Social Services. Find all job details and a Clarke County employment application at www.clarkecounty.gov/business/employment-opportunities

Interested in working for Clarke County? Contact Dawn Hatzer in the Human Resources Office at 540-955-5163 or [email protected].

07/14/2022

Seeking local authors!📚 In our ongoing effort to support local arts, the Bluemont Fair is proud to support our area authors. If you are an author from this region, we will give you a free space at the Fair so that you can meet patrons and share information about your books with the community. Visit bluemontfair.org/authors for more information!

07/13/2022

Pet of the Week: Monkey is a small, 5-year-old American Pit Bull Terrier that has been spayed while at the shelter. She is housebroken and well mannered, and she is at the shelter with her grey sister, Noodle. Monkey’s adoption fee is $50 plus cost of spaying.

The shelter currently has more than 60 cats and kittens that need homes, too.

Visit Monkey, other adoptable dogs, cats, and a horse at the Clarke County Animal Shelter located at 225 Ramsburg Lane in Berryville. Shelter hours are:
• 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday through Monday
• 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday
• 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday

Contact the shelter at 540-955-5104 or [email protected]. Follow Clarke County Humane Foundation.

I've been going since I was in Elementary school. It has always been a pleasure of mine to attend.
07/09/2022

I've been going since I was in Elementary school. It has always been a pleasure of mine to attend.

Did you know that the Bluemont Fair features a collection of exhibits, demonstrations, and hands-on activities to give you a chance to learn more about Native American lifestyle and culture. When you visit the Bluemont Fair this year, be sure to check out the Indian Village!

07/09/2022

Starting tonight and continuing each Friday evening through Sept. 2, crowds will fill the lawn of the Old Stone School for a night of live music, food trucks, and local beer and wine. New this year is the addition of the Friday Fruits of The Gap Farm and Art Market starting at 3 p.m. The Lawn and Gap Bar open for concert goers at 6 p.m.

Clarke County had another amazing show. Thank you for another year of amazing displays all over Northern VA! How was you...
07/05/2022

Clarke County had another amazing show. Thank you for another year of amazing displays all over Northern VA!
How was your Independence day?

Licensed pyro-technicians from Zambelli Fireworks are loading 1,060 shells this afternoon for the fireworks display they will set off after dark tonight, July 3, at the Clarke County Ruritan Fairgrounds. Fireworks will only be canceled if there is heavy rain and/or thunder and lightening.

If you plan to attend or drive through Berryville tonight, be advised:
• ALL VEHICLES and spectators will enter and exit fairgrounds at its main entrance (near U.S. Tae Kwon Do).
• Once inside the fairgrounds, DO NOT drive past the yellow caution tape that defines the pyro-technicians’ work space.
• As soon as fireworks begin, the roundabout on West Main Street will be CLOSED to all westbound traffic.
• The roundabout remains CLOSED to westbound traffic until all vehicles have exited the fairgrounds.
• Vehicles leaving the fairgrounds may go east or west; Clarke County Sheriff's Office deputies will direct traffic.
• Eastbound and westbound Va. 7 (Harry Byrd Hwy.) will each be restricted to ONE LANE ONLY at the traffic light near Enders Funeral Home; Sheriff’s deputies will direct traffic at the intersection.
• DO NOT PARK where “No Parking” signs are posted; Sheriff’s deputies will enforce “No Parking” along roads.
• Exiting the fairgrounds will take time. BE PATIENT.
• Please TAKE YOUR TRASH with you when you leave the fairgrounds.

Need more fireworks?
• Town of Middletown VA hosts a daylong Independence Day celebration Monday, July 4, that includes family events beginning at 8 a.m., a parade at 5 p.m., and fireworks after dark.
• Frederick County Parks and Recreation hosts a fireworks display after dark on July 4 at Sherando Park (255 Lakeview Circle, Stephens City).
• Town of Leesburg, Virginia hosts a parade at 10 a.m. Monday, July 4, when gates open at 6 p.m. for music and festival food followed by fireworks after dark at Ida Lee Park (60 Ida Lee Drive NW).

07/02/2022

School’s out for summer and the DMV has so much to offer locals and visitors alike. You can get outdoors and soak up the sun, or cool off on the hottest days in a world-class museum. Kick-off the month with a long weekend of Independence Day events from your local community parade to spectacular f...

07/01/2022

Why July 3? The Bank of Clarke County has been the sole sponsor of the community fireworks display since 1985. In 2019, the event moved to July 3 because:
• fireworks companies must use licensed pyro-technicians and each year fewer people take the required training, limiting how many shows a company can produce, and
• fireworks companies schedule their biggest money-making shows on July 4; fees are based on the size of shells used (see note below), and
• the Bank of Clarke wants to guarantee a FREE fireworks display for the community on July 3 rather than risk not having any show on July 4; contracts must be signed months in advance.

Note: Professional shells range in size from 3- to 12-inches. Because the Clarke County fairgrounds are adjacent to Va. 7 (Harry Byrd Highway), our fireworks – more than 1,000 shells each year – are restricted to smaller 3- to 5-inch shells for safety.

07/01/2022

Join us for some food, fun and entertainment! Farm Belly will be serving small bites and Bleu Frog Vineyard will be pouring tastings. You won't want to miss music by Tom Lofgren!

Starting the day off with the   at the Ritz
06/23/2022

Starting the day off with the at the Ritz

Watch out Wi******er, changes coming your way
06/17/2022

Watch out Wi******er, changes coming your way

WI******ER — City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to reduce the speed limits on several city streets to make it safer to drive in Wi******er.

06/11/2022
Happy memorial day from my backyard pool to yours. What are your plans to celebrate the men and woman who gave their liv...
05/30/2022

Happy memorial day from my backyard pool to yours.

What are your plans to celebrate the men and woman who gave their lives for their country?

05/30/2022

Secret Island? Roosevelt Island!! Having grown up in the DMV, I was surprised to learn how few residents have heard of Roosevelt Island or know how to find it. My first visit was when my son, now 37, was very young. Below is the 411. Go & Enjoy!!

In the 1930s, Mason’s Island was transformed into a living memorial to America’s 26th president. Today miles of trails through wooded uplands and swampy bottomlands draw hikers to Theodore Roosevelt Island. Park can be accessed from the Virginia side of the Potomac River along the GW Memorial Parkway.

05/29/2022
This weekend's springfest breweries!
04/27/2022

This weekend's springfest breweries!

Free t-shirts when you donate to save a life! Join Lovettsville in saving lives and staying a community.Lovettsville, VA...
04/13/2022

Free t-shirts when you donate to save a life! Join Lovettsville in saving lives and staying a community.

Lovettsville, VA is having a community blood drive on Saturday April 16th. At the Game Club (16 S Berlin Pike).

To schedule an appointment follow this link ➡️https://bit.ly/LC041622

15 different flavors to try right in Purcellville. Including dairy free and gluten free flavors.
04/12/2022

15 different flavors to try right in Purcellville. Including dairy free and gluten free flavors.

Find your Easter egg hunt !Wi******er: April 9 - 9amJim Barnett Park, Familyland and Children's Dream playground areasBe...
04/08/2022

Find your Easter egg hunt !

Wi******er: April 9 - 9am
Jim Barnett Park, Familyland and Children's Dream playground areas

Berryville: April 9 - 11am-12pm
Clarke County Parks and Rec

Leesburg : April 9, 2022 - 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Ida Lee Park, 60 Ida Lee Dr. NW, Leesburg, VA 20176

Plus many more throughout Northern Virginia

Happy national beer day! I stopped by  for some of the Festive Beer and
04/08/2022

Happy national beer day! I stopped by for some of the Festive Beer and

What a great way to say hello to all my fellow McEnearney Associates Family members! I had a great time climbing, jumpin...
03/30/2022

What a great way to say hello to all my fellow McEnearney Associates Family members! I had a great time climbing, jumping, and hitting a ball around with everyone yesterday!

Spring 2022 here we come! This season will teach us how to grow and celebrate each one of our accomplishments.

02/07/2022
02/04/2022

Time to finally fix that door 🚪🚪

01/05/2022

2021 ended with a whimper after a record-breaking year. The combination of holiday travel and renewed COVID concerns clearly shifted people’s focus away from real estate last week, as total new contract activity for the week of December 26 – 31, 2021 fell 21.9% compared to the same six-day period last year. (This report only covers 6 days of contracts rather than the usual seven to take us only through the end of the year – next week’s report will cover 8 days so we can get back on track for Sunday evening reports.)

All six areas had double-digit declines in the number of newly ratified contracts. Loudoun County was off 41.6%, Prince William County was down 26.0%, Montgomery County was off 22.6%, Prince George’s County was down 21.1%, Washington, DC was off 18.6% and Northern Virginia was down 16.0%. Interestingly, last week was the first – and only week in 2021 where contract activity was less than the equivalent period of 2019, down 6.3%. Unsurprisingly, the average days on the market was higher than last year, but not by a lot. Last year the average was 39 days and this year it was 42.8 days.

On December 26 - 31, in 2019, there were 559 contracts and the average days on market was 52.2. In 2020, there were 671 contracts and 39 days on market. In 2021, there were 526 contracts and 42.8 days on market.

How about next year's retirement after these past years?
01/03/2022

How about next year's retirement after these past years?

Comment your favorite holiday mug!
12/21/2021

Comment your favorite holiday mug!

🤞🤞 hopefully I can clean up the red wine and champagne I just spilled cause my Christmas bag handles broke
12/16/2021

🤞🤞 hopefully I can clean up the red wine and champagne I just spilled cause my Christmas bag handles broke

Stains happen but they don't have to be permanent. Here are expert tips for removing stains from clothes, carpets, and countertops.

Congratulations Clarke County!
12/16/2021

Congratulations Clarke County!

Great news! Governor of Virginia Ralph Northam announced yesterday that Clarke County is one of eight counties in the Northern Shenandoah Valley that will share a $95,303,000 Virginia Telecommunication Initiative (VATI) grant for much-needed rural broadband infrastructure. The grant was awarded to All Points Broadband in partnership with the Northern Shenandoah Valley Regional Commission. Rappahannock Electric Cooperative is part of the Clarke project, too. The infrastructure will serve households in unincorporated areas of Clarke County that currently lack access to any wired broadband options.

• Read more about Clarke County’s grant at clarkecounty.gov/Home/Components/News/News/1109/17

• Read the Governor’s news release at governor.virginia.gov/newsroom/all-releases/2021/december/headline-916304-en.html

A more detailed construction timeframe will be available early in 2022. Clarke residents and business owners who want to learn more about the project, sign up for updates, or pre-register for service should go to fiber.allpointsbroadband.com.

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