Our Mission is to inspire and empower children to work together to become creators of their own music and to rekindle creativity as a core value in education.
274 Hunters Rd Washington, VA 22747
Celtic and Renaissance Music
Linn Barnes and Allison Hampton are well known musicians who live in Rappahannock County and are available for weddings and parties, including house concerts, a unique and intimate experience. Their blend of Celtic and Renaissance music played on harp, lute, guitar and mandolin lends elegance to any event, formal or informal. They are also accepting students on all the instruments they play.
The Theatre presents professional concerts: piano recitals, classical, jazz, chamber music, bluegrass, Celtic music -- and occasional theatrical performances. Please visit our website for more information on upcoming performances or visit the Calendar of Events page on this site.
291 Gay St, Washington VA 22747
RAAC is a nonprofit community organization. Our mission is to create the opportunity for all residents of Rappahannock County to enrich their lives through exposure to the arts. RAAC promotes a sense of community through programs, November's popular annual Artists of Rappahannock Studio & Gallery Tour and other arts events, cinema, workshops, theater, speakers, concerts, school events and other activities that enhance our communal and artistic well-being.
310 Gay Street, Washington VA 22747
The Rappahannock County Park is open to the public. Facilities include:
activity areas: basketball, tennis, shuffleboard, corn hole, skateboard area, frisbee golf, and a children’s playground
natural areas: trails along the Rush River, native plant garden
a covered Pavilion, which can be rented for private events
7 Park Lane Washington, Virginia 22747
The Society is a nonprofit and is committed to collecting, preserving, interpreting, and disseminating the unique history and heritage of Rappahannock. Co., promoting knowledge of the past for a better understanding of the future. Our gift shop features historical maps, books, memorabilia and Rappahannock made products. Our Museum contains artifacts relating to the history and heritage of the county.
328 Gay Street Washington VA 22747
Built in 1921, Scrabble School is recognized for its local, state, and national significance. It is one of more the 5,000 schools for African-American children built across the South during the Jim Crow period thanks to Sears Roebuck cofounder Julius Rosenwald. So few "Rosenwald Schools" remain that in 2003 the National Trust for Historic Preservation listed them among America's "most endangered places." Scrabble School is listed on both the Virginia and the national registers of historic landmarks, and is featured on the Virginia's African-American Historic Sites Network. Thanks to a community effort, in 2009 it became one of the first Rosenwald Schools to be restored and one of an even more select group to have a body of work devoted to its history.
Sharing the stories of people who attended Scrabble School - and placing them withing the large historical context of the Jim Crow era - represents the essence of the Scrabble School Preservation Foundation's mission to preserve the school's history and to share its legacy through public outreach and educational programs.
111 Scrabble Rd, Castleton, VA 22716
The GoodLife Theater has thrilled audiences at The Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap, Maui Arts and Culture Center, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, & hundreds of schools, libraries, theaters, parks, country clubs & family celebrations.
Jeanne Wall and Joe Pipik each have more than 35 years of performing experience. They are both master artists with Wolf Trap’s Early Learning Institute.
3753 Slate Mills Rd Boston VA 22713
Windmore Foundation for the Arts promotes the visual, literary, and performing arts through awareness, participation, and education. Founded in 1987, Windmore is a not-for-profit arts organization that serves the Northern Piedmont area.