The Friendly City Takes the Chill Off
Jan 18,11am-3pm | Court Square | Free
Free bowls of chili will be served at this event focusing on hunger and homelessness. The public is asked to bring canned soup for donation to local food banks and soup kitchens, as well as warm socks of all sizes, which will be donated to local agencies serving homeless people and families. Visit the above link for background information on the event.
Free to Play, Free to Listen
Jan 16, 5-8pm | Adona Music | Free
Enjoy a night of jazz with players from beginner to advanced at Adona Music at 34 South Main Street (540.434.2099).
George Lange woodworking
Jan 16-17,11:00am | Hardesty-Higgins House | Free
George Lange exhibits woordworking and practical wood crafts such as spoons and ladles. Lange also designs creative kitchen tools in beautifully crafted wood.
Featured Films: Frozen River and Synecdoche NY
Jan 16-20,times vary | Court Square Theater | $6 at the door; $5 for students on Friday
A powerful and unflinching tale of two women who make tough decisions in order to survive. (R; 97 min.)
Fri 4:15 & 9:45; Sat 7:00; Sun 4:15; Mon 7:00; Tue 4:15
Phillip Seymour Hoffman stars as a theater director in the surreal comedy by Paul Kaufman. (R; 124 min.)
Fri 7:00; Sat 4:15 & 9:45; Sun 7:00; Mon 4:15; Tue 7:00
Art Show: Kat Corrin
Jan 16 | Clementine | Free
Featured artist Kat Corrin screen prints and sculpture.
Jan 17, 9pm | Clementine | $5
Americana band from Brooklyn. Their album Empty Pockets is currently holds the number 5 spot on the AMA Americana Radio Chart.