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  1. "Hanakotoba, The Language of Flowers" at The Byrne Gallery

    March 3, 2022 - May 1, 2022
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    The Byrne Gallery

    The Byrne Gallery is proud to present Hanakotoba, The Language of Flowers, a celebration of the Cherry Blossom Season which introduces the art of Caroline Garrett Hardy to the Gallery for the first time. A professor of art and printmaking, her very original medium which is presented on handmade rice paper incorporates both her lovely painting and her sculptural use of paper and found objects to create a contemporary “remix” kimono in vibrant color that speaks to the elegance and beauty of traditional Japanese textiles and watercolors. The exhibit will begin on March 3rd and continue through Sunday, May 1st 2022. There will be a reception on Saturday, March 12th from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The reception is open to the public and everyone is cordially invited to attend.

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  2. "Hanakotoba, The Language of Flowers" at The Byrne Gallery

    March 3, 2022 - May 1, 2022
    @
    The Byrne Gallery

    The Byrne Gallery is proud to present Hanakotoba, The Language of Flowers, a celebration of the Cherry Blossom Season which introduces the art of Caroline Garrett Hardy to the Gallery for the first time. A professor of art and printmaking, her very original medium which is presented on handmade rice paper incorporates both her lovely painting and her sculptural use of paper and found objects to create a contemporary “remix” kimono in vibrant color that speaks to the elegance and beauty of traditional Japanese textiles and watercolors. The exhibit will begin on March 3rd and continue through Sunday, May 1st 2022. There will be a reception on Saturday, March 12th from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The reception is open to the public and everyone is cordially invited to attend.

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  3. Middleburg Hunt Point-to-Point

    May 1, 2022, All Day
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    Glenwood Park

    The Middleburg Hunt Point-to-Point is held annually the last Saturday in April at Glenwood Park. Enjoy the exciting sport of steeplechase racing at one of the most beautiful race courses in the nation!

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  4. Mystique Jewelers JudeFrances Trunk Show

    May 1, 2022, All Day
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    Mystique Jewelers

    Create a versatile jewelry wardrobe that showcases your personal style at our JudeFrances trunk show on May 1 in Middleburg. One lucky client will win a pair of stunning JF diamond turquoise charms. Enter in store through Mother's Day. Combining classic elegance with on trend shapes and styles, JudeFrances Jewelry offers something for women of all ages. The endless combinations of the JudeFrances categories including the signature earring hoop and charm concept, stackable gold bangles, long layering chains and pendants, stylish cocktail rings and simple gold stackers, allow the JudeFrances collector to create a style distinct to her.

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  5. The PLAYroom and Emmanuel Church partner to collect toys for Afghan refugee children

    May 1, 2022 - July 1, 2022

    The PLAYroom and Emmanuel Church, both on Washington Street, Middleburg, have teamed up to welcome Afghan refugee families who have been living in Loudoun County since March by sending new toys for their children. In addition to donating toys to this drive, the PLAYroom at 108 W. Washington St. is offering a 10% discount on select toys. Emmanuel Church’s office at 104 E. Federal St. (behind the Parish House) is a drop-off site for those wishing to donate new toys for these children. Developmental toys are needed for children up to age 5; toys for children ages 5-10 are also needed. The National Conference Center in Lansdowne has been offering a safe haven to temporarily house Afghan evacuees as part of Operation Allies Welcome since March. Toys should be small enough to fit in suitcases to accompany children to their new homes throughout the United States.

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  6. The PLAYroom and Emmanuel Church partner to collect toys for Afghan refugee children

    May 1, 2022 - July 1, 2022

    The PLAYroom and Emmanuel Church, both on Washington Street, Middleburg, have teamed up to welcome Afghan refugee families who have been living in Loudoun County since March by sending new toys for their children. In addition to donating toys to this drive, the PLAYroom at 108 W. Washington St. is offering a 10% discount on select toys. Emmanuel Church’s office at 104 E. Federal St. (behind the Parish House) is a drop-off site for those wishing to donate new toys for these children. Developmental toys are needed for children up to age 5; toys for children ages 5-10 are also needed. The National Conference Center in Lansdowne has been offering a safe haven to temporarily house Afghan evacuees as part of Operation Allies Welcome since March. Toys should be small enough to fit in suitcases to accompany children to their new homes throughout the United States.

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  7. Spring Concert of Classical German Music

    May 1, 2022, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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    Emmanuel Church Parish House

    The "Annual Washington Sangerbund Spring Concert" will feature forest-theme classical German choral music at Emmanuel Church Parish House, Sunday, May 1 at 4 p.m. Making music since 1851, the chorus is the oldest continuous existence in the D.C. area. Donations are suggested and masks are required. An after concert gathering at the Old Ox Brewery will feature a special lager and delicious food.

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  8. The Washington Sängerbund Spring Concert

    May 1, 2022, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
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    Parish House of Emanuel Episcopal Church

    O, wie herrlich ist's im Wald! Oh, how lovely it is in the forest! Spring is here along with warmer weather allowing us to enjoy more of our beautiful surroundings! Join The Washington Sängerbund, in their 171st year, Sunday May 1st 4:00 pm in the Parrish Hall of Emanuel Episcopal Church (105 E. Washington St. Middleburg) for an afternoon of German folk and classical song that celebrates the natural beauty of woodlands and forests enjoyed through fellowship with each other. The concert is open to all music and nature lovers. Admission is free and general seating. We will appreciate your support through a free will donation at the door. Join the choir for “After-glow” and “Gemütlichkeit” at the Old Ox Brewery, just a block away on 14 S. Madison St. with beer and food, available for purchase, including a specially brewed Sängerbund Lager and a German Entrée - PROST!

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