Happy Monday! Are you already stuck in a January rut? Why not spend your mid-week cuddled up by the fire in one of our cabins? Or, if you want to enjoy the remaining snow, bring your own sled and have a sledding adventure on our beautiful rolling hills! Here are a few more ideas to get you moving…
Staunton Restaurant is featuring the smooth sounds of Jennifer Kirkland and Bert Carlson at The Dining Room. Program presented by different musicians every Tuesday!
Old-Time Music Jam at the Virginia Horse Center, Lexington. 6pm.
The Mill Street Restaurant offers its weekly live jazz concert starting at 7:30 pm. No cover!
Friday Nite at the Movies will present the film “Gettysburg” at the VMI Center for Leadership and Ethics, Marshall Hall.
Saturday and Sunday:
Blue Ridge Youth Theater and Performing Arts Luray will present two rescheduled performances of “The Snow Queen” at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 16 and 2:30 p.m. Jan. 17 at BB&T Center for the Performing Arts. Kira Newman will direct the story of courage and the power of unconditional love, adapted from the story by Hans Christian Andersen. Tickets cost $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and $5 for youths under 18.
The Shanandoah Bach Festival in Bridgewater will be presenting a free winter concert and dessert reception at Eastern Mennonite University. Featuring performers Mary Kay Adams on flute; Sandra Gerster on oboe; Joan Griffing on violin; Douglas Kehlenbrink on bassoon; Les Nicholas on clarinet; Diane Phoenix-Neal on viola; and Beth Vanderborgh on cello.
Remember, it’s not too early to be thinking about your upcoming Martin Luther King Day or Valentine’s getaway! Visit our specials page for some inspiration!
Bill and Eileen Hoernlein