Courtyard, sale of pastries
The Fairview Lutheran Church, located off US 50 on Fairview Road west of Gore, will have an indoor garage / bake sale starting at 8 a.m. Friday and Saturday. Homemade apple butter, country ham sandwiches, cakes, cookies, bread, lots of baked goods, antique dishes, linens, jewelry, Halloween decorations, baby and family clothes, books, furniture, etc.
The Hayfield Assembly of God Church, US 50 West in Gore, will be holding a garage sale in the church parking lot from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Profits will be donated to the mission fund.
Democratic candidate event
Richard Kennedy, candidate for the Frederick County / Shawnee District Board of Directors, will host an evening of food, music and fellowship at Taqueria Guadalajara, 1181 Front Royal Pike, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on October 19. The event, which will be held outdoors in a tent, is free and open to everyone. Also in attendance will be Del. Wendy Gooditis, who is seeking re-election in the 10th district of the Virginia House of Delegates, and Paul Siker, who is running for the 33rd district seat of the House of Delegates.
Technological Tuesday workshop
The Handley Library in Winchester will be hosting a Tech Tuesday workshop on iOS devices from 10:30 a.m. to noon on October 19. Learn more about current features, security, Apple Pay, and more. Bring your iPhone, iPad and questions. To free. For more information or to register, call 540-662-9041 ext. 19.
Apple butter making
The Reynolds Store Fire Company will be making apple butter on October 23. Pints cost $ 9, pints $ 5. Volunteer help welcome. For more information, contact Joanne at 540-888-3230 or Merle at 540-888-3301. Pick up after 5 p.m.
Autumn soup sale
Greenwood Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company, 809 Greenwood Road, Winchester, is having their fall soup sale. Orders are due October 16. Pick up at Fall Bazaar on October 23. Soup costs $ 8 a liter. The varieties available are vegetables, potatoes, tacos and beans. Chicken salad is $ 8 a pint. BBQ pork is $ 8 per pint. Email orders to [email protected]
Call for artists for Veterans Art Show
The Shenandoah Arts Council is accepting applications for a Jury Virtual Veterans Art Exhibition. No submission fees. Sponsored by the Navy Federal Credit Union. The exhibition is open to artists from the region who are veterans. Up to three works of art can be submitted for review. The deadline is October 16. The virtual exhibition runs from November 1 to 30. Online application form available at shenarts.org.
Free lunch, food distribution
Centenary Reformed United Church of Christ, 202 S. Cameron St., will distribute prepackaged breakfasts and pantry items in the church parking lot from noon to 1 pm on October 22.
Free history lecture
Winchester Public Schools and the French & Indian War Foundation invite the public to attend a lecture by Dr. Carl J. Ekberg on “Handley High School: The Jeffersonian Soul of Winchester” at 2pm on October 24 at the Patsy Cline Theater in Handley High School. The event is dedicated to James R. Wilkins Jr., who has been a generous benefactor of Handley High School and the French & Indian War Foundation.
Trunk or treat
A free community meal and a trunk or treat will be held on October 30 at 567 N. Kent St., Winchester. Food will be served from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Trunk or treat will start at 6 p.m. Organized by the Crown Vic Kings / Queens. Donations of blankets, hygiene items and non-perishable food will be accepted for the benefit of homeless people.
Stephens City United Methodist Church will be hosting a “spooky” event from 1 pm to 3 pm on October 30th. Join us for Trunk or Treat to see decorated vehicles and play games. There will be a candy parade at 3 p.m. Line up in the rear parking lot.
Hayfield Assembly of God Church, US 50 West, Gore, will have a fried fish from 3 p.m. on November 12 until all food is exhausted. To take away only. Dinner includes fried catfish, mac and cheese, coleslaw, cornbread, and dessert. The cost is $ 10 per person. The profits go to the pantry.
Emmanuel United Methodist Church, 2732 Martinsburg Pike, has a free pantry on the first, second and third Monday of the month. Hours: 4 pm-6pm A variety of food available. CCAP is at church on the fourth Monday. Perishable and non-perishable foods available.
June 15 Celebration Vendors Wanted
The North Shenandoah Valley June 15 Celebration will take place on June 18, 2022 at the Clarke County Ruritan Fairgrounds in Berryville. The public is invited to attend this memorable event. Educational, historical and entertainment activities are planned throughout the day. Vendors, such as food trucks, artists, dancer performers, historical reenactors, musical groups and poets, are encouraged to participate as we celebrate the freedom of all citizens. To volunteer as a salesperson, contact Vernie or Bob at 703-791-3196. The celebration is sponsored by the Josephine School Community Museum, the Josephine Improvement Association and the Clarke County Training School / Johnson-Williams High School Alumni Association.
“Shared Visions” at the Historic Long Branch House and Farm
The paintings of husband and wife Steven Parrish and Volrath are on display until October 31 at Long Branch, 830 Long Branch Lane, Boyce. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays and noon to 4 p.m. on weekends. Free entry.
Long Branch hosts a social bridge from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesdays. The cost is $ 15 per person. Wine, soft drinks and light snacks will be provided. RSVP at 540-837-1856. Limited places.