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Children of Shenandoah hold public meeting

Preserve the heritage of those people who lived inside Shenandoah National Park. The Chitdren of Sttenandoah is an organization dedicated to the preservation of the heritage and culture of those people who lived inside Shenandoah National Park. The Children of Shenandoah will hold a public meeting on Saturday, Feb. 7, from 10 a.m. to noon in the school cafeteria of William Monroe High School in Stanardsville, Virginia. Guest speakers to include Jim Hilliard and Bill Henry of the Blue Ridge Heritage Project. They will be discussing the project's goal of honoring the sacrifices of those who lost land during the creation of the Shenandoah National Park. Craig Lamm will speak on the Mountain Memories Project, an ongoing effort to document the stories and oral histories of those directly affected. The meeting is free and open to the public.
The meeting is free and the pu,blic in invited to attendl we hope to see
you there! For more information, phone (4341270-4972.
Category: CulpeperCommunityEducation
Location: 254 Monroe Drive, Stanardsville, VA 22973
Date:Feb. 7, 2015
Time: 10 a.m. - noon
Cost: Free

Windmore Foundation’s Crossroads Youth Orchestras’ Winter Concert

Howard "Scott" Tester is the Musical Director. Twenty five musicians from 6th grade to 12th grade have rehearsed from September to January for this presentation.
Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for students.
Category: CulpeperFauquierCommunity
Location: 350 E. Shirley Ave., Warrenton
Date:February 12
Time: 7 p.m.
Cost: $10 adults and $5 for students
Web site: www.windmore.org

Stage Alive presents Bronn and Katherine Journey:

From the inspiring natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest home, the Journeys - Bronn, Katherine and the harp - bring music that is nothing short of glorious .the harp is often called the instrument of angels, and Bronn's amazing versatility and skill on this ancient instrument, along with Katherine's radiant voice will transport you to the gates of haven itself. Non subscribers may purchase a single concert ticket at the front desk in Culpeper County High School before the concert for $25 (adult) or $5 (student). If the non subscriber is a house guest of a subscriber, the price for a single ticket is $10 (adult) or $5 (student)
Category: CulpeperFauquierCommunity
Location: 14240 Achievement Drive, Culpeper, Va
Date:February 12
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Web site: www.stagealive.org

Young Mr. Lincoln showing at Library of Congress Packard Campus Theatre

Henry Fonda portrays the future 16th President of the United States in a brief period of his life, as he rises from a country boy born in a log cabin to a lawyer in Springfield, Ill., defending two young men unjustly accused of murder. Directed by John Ford and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck, the fictionalized biography received an Academy Award nomination for Lamar Trotti for "Best Original Screenplay." Though Lincoln is portrayed in this film as a bit of a rogue, Ford stated that he wanted the picture “to give the feeling that even as a young man you could sense that there was going to be something great.” The film was added to the National Film Registry in 2003.
Black & white, 100 minutes
Category: CulpeperFauquierCommunity
Location: 19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA
Date:February 12
Time: 7:30 p.m.

Valentine’s Day at Gadino Cellars with Aubrey Driggers

Celebrate Valentine's Day at Gadino CellarsSay “amore” to that someone special with fine Gadino wine, delicious soup and the music of Aubrey Driggers, all while enjoying views of the Blue Ridge mountains and the vineyards at rest with that someone special. The Griffin Tavern’s talented Rachel Rowland will be preparing her famous Italian Wedding soup. Now, that's amore! Music starts at 1:30 pm and goes until 4:30 pm.
Category: CulpeperMusical Events and Concerts
Location: 92 School House Road, Washington, VA 22747
Date:February 14, 2015
Time: 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.

The Big Lebowski showing at Library of Congress Packard Campus Theatre

From the unconventional visionaries Joel & Ethan Coen (the filmmakers behind "Fargo" and "O Brother, Where Art Thou?") came this 1998 tale of kidnapping, mistaken identity and bowling. As they would again in the 2008 "Burn After Reading," the Coens explore themes of alienation, inequality and class structure via a group of hard-luck, off-beat characters suddenly drawn into each other’s orbits. Jeff Bridges, in a career-defining role, stars as "The Dude," an LA-based slacker who shares a last name with a rich man whose arm-candy wife is indebted to shady figures. Joining Bridges are John Goodman, Tara Reid, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Steve Buscemi and, in a now-legendary cameo, John Turturro. Stuffed with vignettes—each staged through the Coens’ trademark absurdist, innovative visual style—that are alternately funny and disturbing, "Lebowski" was only middling successful at the box office during its initial release. However, television, the Internet, home video and considerable word-of-mouth have made the film a highly quoted cult classic.
Color, 117 minutes
Category: CulpeperFauquier
Location: 19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA
Date:February 19
Time: 7:30 p.m.

Rio Bravo showing at Library of Congress Packard Campus Theatre

RIO BRAVO (Warner Bros., 1959)
As legend goes, this Western, directed by Howard Hawks, was produced in part as a riposte to Fred Zinnemann’s "High Noon." The film trades in the wide-open spaces for the confines of a small jail where a sheriff and his deputies are waiting for the transfer of a prisoner and the anticipated attempt by his equally unlawful brother to break the prisoner out. John Wayne stars as sheriff John T. Chance and is aided in his efforts to keep the law by Walter Brennan, Dean Martin and Ricky Nelson. Angie Dickinson is the love interest and Western regulars Claude Akins, Ward Bond and Pedro Gonzalez are also featured. A smart Western where gunplay is matched by wordplay, "Rio Bravo" is a terrific ensemble piece and director Hawks’ last great film. Selected for The National Film Registry in December, 2014.
Color, 141 minutes
Category: CulpeperFauquierCommunity
Location: 19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA
Date:February 20
Time: 7:30 p.m.

Shoes showing at Library of Congress Packard Campus Theatre

SHOES (Universal, 1916)
Renowned silent era writer-director Lois Weber drew on her experiences as a missionary to create "Shoes," a masterfully crafted melodrama heightened by Weber’s intent to create, as she noted in an interview, "a slice out of real life." Weber’s camera empathetically documents the suffering her central character, an underpaid shopgirl (Mary MacLaren) struggling to support her family, endures daily—standing all day behind a shop counter, walking in winter weather in shoes that provided no protection, stepping on a nail that pierces her flesh. Combining a Progressive era reformer’s zeal to document social problems with a vivid flair for visual storytelling, Weber details Eva’s growing desire for the pair of luxurious shoes she passes each day in a shop window, her self-examination in a cracked mirror after she agrees to go out with a cabaret tout to acquire the shoes, her repugnance as the man puts his hands on her body, and her shame as she breaks down in tears while displaying her newly acquired goods to her mother. The film, which opens with pages from social worker Jane Addams’s sociological study of prostitution, was acclaimed by "Variety" as "a vision of life as it actually is ... devoid of theatricalism." It was added to the National Film Registry in December, 2014. Makia Matsumura will provide live musical accompaniment for the program which includes the National Film Registry comedy shorts “Mabel’s Blunder” and “Matrimony’s Speed Limit.”
Black & white, 60 minute feature, 20 minutes of shorts
Category: CulpeperFauquierCommunity
Location: 19053 Mt. Pony Road, Culpeper, VA
Date:February 28
Time: 7:30 p.m.

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