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This innovative traveling exhibition developed in partnership between the National Sporting Library & Museum (NSLM) and The American Kennel Club (AKC) Museum of the Dog in New York, NY. This unique show will present an array of dog collars from the NSLM’s collection. The largest publicly held collection of its kind, 187 collars were generously donated in 2015 by Dr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Greenan. Fine art from The AKC Museum of the Dog and American Kennel Club Collections will help develop an understanding of the collar as both art and object and how its design changed in relation to different dog breeds and their uses. The exhibition is curated by NSLM’s Deputy Director & George L. Ohrstrom, Jr. Curator Claudia Pfeiffer. A comprehensive essay on the history of the dog collar by Dr. Greenan, former NSLM Board Member, will is featured in the accompanying catalogue as well as art descriptions by AKC Museum of the Dog Adjunct Curator Alan Fausel.
The Byrne Gallery in Middleburg is proud to present Yuri Gorbachev’s 19th Annual Exhibition. in concert with the gallery’s 27th anniversary this winter.
The show will be on display from November 2nd - December 31st. There will be a special reception for the artist on November 12th from 5:30-8 p.m. and all are welcome to attend.
For nearly 74 years, Emmanuel Episcopal Church has held “The Christmas Shop”, a selection of vendors who bring their special wares to town to let people shop for a cause. So while shoppers are selecting quality presents for their loved ones, a portion of the vendors profit is going to local charities.
The in-person sale this year is particularly inviting because it has not happened since the pandemic’s early days in 2020. It’s also returning to the Parish House at 105 E Washington St., where it has been held for most of its history.
Seventeen vendors, some old friends and new, will set up tables on the spacious first floor of the Parish House. Men’s and women’s clothing, health and beauty products, jewelry, decorative arts, kitchen ware, fine art and photography are among the many curated items shoppers can browse.
Drop in to make fleece blankets. We will demonstrate no-sew and sewing techniques to make quick and cozy throws. You can take your blanket home or donate it to a good cause. We will also be collecting new or gently used winter items for residents of the Windy Hill Foundation.
Classically trained guitarist/composer Cristian Perez performs a blend of classical, jazz and holiday tunes.
This easy-flow class is adaptable to any level of experience. Please wear movement-friendly clothing. Yoga mats are encouraged, but not required.
For all ages with a caregiver.
"Still Life with Chickens: Starting Over in House by the Sea" by Catherine Goldhammer
Newly separated, Goldhammer and her twelve-year-old daughter, make a fresh start with a new house and six baby chickens.
Practice your English through conversation and games in this low-key and small group setting. For all levels.
Get ready for kindergarten with our drop-in skill-building program. Work on tracing, sorting, cutting with scissors and other fun activities and crafts. For ages 3-5 with a caregiver.
Use chairs for support in this easy yoga class. Please wear movement-friendly clothing.
Rhymes, songs, stories and movement. For all ages with a caregiver.
Discuss children's books to see how they resonate with adults and discover events and nuances in stories you may have overlooked in your youth. Each month read a different chapter book. Children's books are not just for kids.
Bring your little ones for a picture with Santa and some fun winter crafts. Hot cocoa and cookies will be served.
Drop in to learn about a different artistic element, the artists who mastered these elements and their process and body of work.
Join library staff in taking a walk while talking about books you are reading, recommendations and your favorites. Meet outside in the front of the library. Canceled in case of inclement weather.
All offices will be closed.
"The Muppet Christmas Carol" (G, 85 minutes)
Enjoy a movie and snacks at the library.