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Montross - June 11 - Art & Wine at the Westmoreland County Museum & The Inn at Montross - This month's highlight is Page Winters: Upcycled Sculptures- Vintage Tools into Art Pieces.
Colonial Beach - June 20-22 - Annual Colonial Beach Blues Festival - Three day charitable blues festival to fight autism, rockin' a tiki bar on the banks of the Potomac River, featuring world class musical acts.
"From the first season in 1964 when I performed the lead role of June Tolliver, to serving as Artistic Director of the show, General Manager, and then Producer, the Trail of the Lonesome Pine Outdoor Drama has been a labor of love for me, and a very important part of my life."
Breaks - June14-15 - Father's Day Gospel Sing - he Father's Day Gospel Sing will feature performances by groups in the immediate and surrounding areas.
Big Stone Gap - June 20-21, 26, 28 - Trail of the Lonesome Pine - COME SEE THEATRE UNDER THE STARS! The Trail of the Lonesome Pine Outdoor Drama is Virginia's Official Outdoor Drama and the third longest running in the nation.
Richlands - June 20-21 - Virginia Mountain Music Festival - Virginia Mountain Music Festival to feature performance by Dr. Ralph Stanley & his Clinch Mountain Boys.
Richlands - June 27-28 - Freedom Festival - The Freedom Festival is a unique combination of events, characters & activities that focus on history, local Appalachian culture, musical entertainment, fireworks & patriotism.
Lynchburg - June 6 - National Donut Day - In honor of National Donut Day, the Cemetery will be handing out donuts and offering free tours of the Station House Museum.
Bedford - June 6-8 - National D-Day Memorial- 70th Anniversary of D-Day - Spend the 70th anniversary of D-Day at the National D-Day Memorial where valor, fidelity, and sacrifice are honored throughout the year.
Bedford - June 7 - D-Day Parade - Bedford along with the National D-Day Memorial will host a 1940s parade on the morning of June 7th. Antique cars, bands, veterans, living historians and more.
Columbia - June 7-8 - Rassawek Spring Jubilee Wine & Heritage Festival - Rassawek Spring Jubilee is a two-day celebration that showcases 10 local wineries for tastings. Historical exhibits and artisan demonstrations, crafts vendors, music and food.
Richmond - June 13 - Rockn' to Lockn' - Rockn to Lockn Festival - A battle of the bands contest for a chance to perform in the can't miss jam/rock music festival of the summer.
Altavista - June 14 - Made in the Shade Craft Beer Festival at Avoca - We will offer Virginia beers along with Avoca’s bake sale, and food. Local vendors offer a variety of wares to shop while listening to live music.
Charlottesville - June 19-22 - Summer Jefferson Symposium - The Summer Jefferson Symposium is a four-day historical learning experience. It includes on Grounds housing (optional), a visit to Montpelier and Barboursville Vineyards, and more!
Louisa - June 21-22 - Battle of Trevilian Station - 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Trevilian Station Reenactment brings three on-field battles, living history demos and more!
Buchanan - June 7 - Botetourt Children's Annual Fishing Carnival - Botetourt Children's Fishing Carnival will be held Saturday, June 7, 2014 from 9-1 PM at the Buchanan Fairgrounds on Lowe Street in Buchanan, Virginia.
Grottoes - June 7 - Grand Caverns Heritage Day - Heritage Day will include The History Mobile, 150th Panel Display, civil war encampments, living history exhibits throughout the day, craft vendors and demonstrations, and a candlelight tour and authentic ballroom dance in the evening. Ticket sales for the candle light tour and ball will be limited to the first 100 people and advance reservations are required.
Salem - June 7 - Shrimpfest - Shrimpfest, a celebration with live music and shrimp.
Harrisonburg - June 8-15 - Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival-Eastern Mennonite University - Hear musical masterpieces by Bach and other composers in a week-long summer music festival devoted to promoting an appreciation and understanding of outstanding music.
Hot Springs - June 13-15 - Virginia Blues & Jazz Festival - Annual Virginia Jazz and Blues Festival held at the Garth Newel Music Center in the Allegheny Highlands of the Shenandoah Valley.
Cleark Brook - June 27-29 - Hogging Up BBQ & Music Festival - Friday and Saturday there's a Kansas City Barbeque Society State Champshionship competition but also a featured BBQ Tour, to the public (2 stops Friday, 3 stops Saturday) where the professionals will TALK to the public in show and tell sessions! Saturday will have a People's Choice and Sunday a backyard BBQ competition for adults and kids!
Norfolk - June 6-8 - Annual Norfolk Harborfest® - For four memorable days, the Downtown Norfolk Waterfront transforms into an exciting playground for people of all ages. The waterfront festival offers a weekend packed with exciting activities.
Virginia Beach - June 12-15 - Boardwalk Art Show & Festival - Boardwalk Art Show & Festival - Enjoy 300 artists and a fun festival atmosphere at the oceanfront during Father's Day Weekend.
Virginia Beach - June 12 - Elton John - Elton John, one of the few living musicians regarded as a true pop icon to disparate generations, is bringing his decades-thick book of hits to Farm Bureau Live.
Williamsburg - June 12 - Virginia Symphony: Schubert's Unfinished - The Virginia Symphony will undertake Schubert's Unfinished Symphony as well as Brahms' Concerto for Violin and Cello performed by Yun Zhang and Michael Daniels under JoAnn Falletta.
Norfolk - June 20-22 - Annual AT&T Bayou Boogaloo & Cajun Food Festival - The Annual AT&T Bayou Boogaloo & Cajun Food Festival delivers the heart and soul of Louisiana to visitors of Town Point Park in true Cajun style. From New Orleans to Norfolk, two stages featuring national recording artists provide musical entertainment for the weekend. Also on hand will be many local New Orleans musicians and artists who are sure to get your hands clapping, feet two-steppin' and heart pumping throughout the weekend.
Portsmouth - June 21 - Celebrate Kids - Spend meaningful time with the children in your life while they enjoy pirates, face painting, magic, balloons, crafts, games, and so much more!
Hampton - June 27-29 - Hampton Jazz Festival - Celebrating 47 years of music, the Hampton Jazz Festival attracts the nation's top blues, soul, pop and jazz performers. Music lovers from across the country make an annual pilgrimage for this talent-filled weekend that has become as much a social ritual as a weekend of entertainment.
Smithfield - June 27-28 - Smithfield Olden Days - An old-fashioned festival in Smithfield's beautiful Downtown Historic District! Opening concert by the Rhondels & Car Show on Friday night. Activities all day Saturday including Historic Re-eanctments, Pagan River Raft Race, Ghost Walk, music, great food & artisans. The event is free & open to the public.
Wallops Island - June 7 - Native American Tools and Flint Knapping Workshop - During the flint knapping workshop students will take a voyage back in time, learning the ancient skill of stone tool making.The flint knapping class will begin by looking into how rocks break. We will address the major rules for reduction. Working with Glass and Flint class participants will focus on the proper form and early stages of reduction which include percussion flaking, and bi-facing. The more advanced techniques including; pressure flaking and notching will be demonstrated by instructor and used depending on participant’s previous experience.Tools and materials will be provided and each student will receive a flint knapping tool kit to take home.
Chincoteague Island - June 27-28 - Chincoteague Volunteer Fireman's Carnival - The Fireman's Carnival leads up to the world famous Pony Swim and Auction always held on the last consecutive Wednesday and Thursday in July! Come enjoy the fun any and every Friday and Saturday from now until the end of July. NO SUNDAYS.
Rocky Mount - June 13-15 - Annual Southwest Virginia Antique Farm Days - Each year, patrons from throughout the region flock to Franklin County to celebrate heritage and culture and to enjoy old fashion family fun
Bristol - June 20 - Art D'Vine gallery hop and wine tasting - This gallery hop and wine tasting offers patrons the chance to gain after-hours access to merchants, sample domestic and international wines, and enjoy art from across the region.
Blacksburg - June 20-21 - Summer Solstice Fest - Community celebration with a beer garden, a stage of live music, Dog Parade, 5K Race, Beach Party, Fire Performers, a Crafts Fair, FunFair & so much more.
Wytheville - June 21-28 - Chautauqua Festival - The Chautauqua Festival is an 8 day family oriented arts and music festival. Saturday to Saturday, beginning the third Saturday of June in Wytheville, Virginia.
Woolwine - June 21 - Virginia Covered Bridge Festival in Patrick County - Virginia Covered Bridge Festival in Patrick County - a great day of Live Music, handcrafts, horsedrawn wagon rides, petting zoo, 5K run, Cruise-In, Duck Race and Good Food!
Mouth of Wilson - June 21 - Wayne C. Henderson Music Festival and Guitar Competition - On the third Saturday of every June, the Wayne C. Henderson Music Festival and Guitar Competition features some of the region's best traditional musicians.
Mount Vernon - June 2 - Martha Washington’s 283rd Birthday - Join Mount Vernon in celebrating Martha Washington’s 282nd Birthday!
Culpeper - June 5 - Annual Chamber of Commerce CulpeperFest - CulpeperFest - Fun for the whole family!
Fairfax - June 6-8 - Celebrate Fairfax! - The Celebrate Fairfax! Festival, Northern Virginia’s largest community-wide celebration, will return June 6-8, 2014 to the Fairfax County Government Center.
Manassas - June 7 - Manassas Heritage Railway Festival - Attractions include nine elaborate model railroads; adult stage with live bluegrass and country bands throughout the day; children's stage with both professional entertainers and local talent, Thomas the Tank Engine Kiddie Train, kid's rides and face painting. The VRE Excursion Train ride to Clifton and back will be available this year! Tickets are $6.00 (children under 2 years old are free), and are available for purchase at the Visitors Center in the Old Town train depot.
Washington - June 7-8 - Weekend Wine Immersion Bootcamp - Session will cover the basics and specifics like: pair food with wine, aeration, Blending, etiquette, Cheese, Chocolate and Molecular food pairing and whatever else you'd like to discuss.
Manassas - June 15 - Manassas Wine and Jazz Festival - Now in its 10th year, the Manassas Wine and Jazz Festival is held on Father's Day and located on The Manassas Museum lawn! Featuring headline jazz artists, this event is an intimate and relaxing afternoon of tasting and purchasing wines from award-winning Virginia wine artisans.
Purcellville - June 21-22 - Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour - Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour
Talk personally with the artists, purchase artwork, view demonstrations, take part in hands-on activities (kids too!), or win a door prize.
Doswell - June 28 - K95 Country Fest - Featured artist Travis Tritt with special guest Greg Bates. Bull rides, barrel races, kids activites and inflatables, vendors.
Axton - June 7 - Lake Sugar Tree Motorsports Park Moonlight StadiumCross Race - Lake Sugar Tree Motorsports Park Moonlight StadiumCross Series consist of 9 races where racers accumulate points. The racer with the most points at the end is the winner.
South Boston - June 13 - Virginia Cantaloupe Festival - 34rd Annual Virginia Cantaloupe Festival, Come experience great food, fun and music on the lawn of lovely Berry Hill Resort & Conference Center.
Randolph - June21-22 - Battle of Staunton River Bridge Commemoration Ceremony - Don't miss the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Staunton River Bridge. In June 1864, a small group of old men and young boys, along with Confederate regulars, defended the bridge against Federal cavalry. They repulsed the raiders, which allowed continued transport of supplies along the Richmond & Danville Railroad.
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