Resilient Women of the Northern Neck will meet for lunch and sharing from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Thursday, February 13, at TJ’s Diary Barn, 718 Jessie duPont Memorial Highway, Burgess.
All women are welcome. Join others for conversation, fun, laughter, friends and well deserved self-care.
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Alan Taylor will discuss his new book Thomas Jefferson’s Education at 7 p.m. Thursday, February 20, at Historic Christ Church & Museum, 420 Christ Church Road, Weems.
Tickets are $25 for Taylor’s presentation and a reception and book signing that follow, or $45 for the presentation, reception and a copy of the book, which may be picked up in advance at the Historic Christ Church & Museum. For tickets, visit christchurch1735.ticketleap.com.
The Lancaster Community Library’s 25th annual lecture and entertainment series will continue at 2 p.m. February 23, at the library, 16 Town Centre Drive, Kilmarnock. Stewart Lamerdin will present “The R/V Virginia: A Nod to the Past—An Eye to the Future.”
The series will continue March 1, with “Focus on Growth: Virginia and the Northern Neck, 2020,” by Sonya Waddell; and March 8, with “My Work Experience in Afghanistan,” by Rich Magnani.
The “Night Watch” opening gala will begin at 6:30 p.m. February 22, at The Westmoreland Players Theatre, 16217 Richmond Road, Callao. Performances will continue at 3 p.m. February 23 and 29, March 1, 7 and 8; and 7:30 p.m. February 28 and March 5 and 6.
Tickets to the opening night gala are $32 for adults and $19 for students. Tickets to remaining shows, except March 5, are $25 for adults and $12 for students. Tickets for March 5 are $20 and $8 respectively. For reservations, visit westmorelandplayers.org, email email@example.com, or call 529-9345.
Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury (RWC) will host a Viewpoints talk at 11 a.m. March 2 at RWC, 132 Lancaster Dr., Irvington. The speaker will be Marshall Orr. The topic will be World War II.
Starting Monday, February 17, call RWC at 438-4000 for reservations. Attendees are invited to remain after the presentation for a complimentary lunch. RWC maintains a waiting list and honors reservations in the order received.
The 27th annual Gardening in the Northern Neck seminar, hosted by the Northern Neck Master Gardeners, will be held March 21 at White Stone Church of the Nazarene, 57 Whisk Drive, White Stone.
The theme will be “Spring Fever! Adventures in Gardening.” The fee is $50. Registration forms are available at www.nnmg.org.
The Friends of Dragon Run will meet at 7 p.m. February 26 at the Gloucester County Library, 6920 Main Street, Gloucester. Guest speaker Bonnie Miles will present both basic and little-known facts about bats.
Stratford Hall will host on February 29 will host a special program in honor of Black History Month. Storytelling through Artifacts: African and African American Material Culture at Stratford Hall will be presented from 1-3 p.m. in the Council House at Stratford Hall, 483 Great House Road, Stratford.
Dr. Kelley Fanto Deetz, director of programming, education and visitor engagement will lead the lecture. A private tour will follow.
Northumberland Public Library’s Ye Olde Book Shoppe, 7072 Northumberland Highway, Heathsville, in partnership with Commonwealth Senior Living, will host “A New Year, a New You,” a free series of luncheon talks on senior living.
“Holistic Treatments for Memory Loss” will be offered at 11 a.m. March 4. To reserve a seat, call the library 580-5051, or sign up at the front desk of the library, 7204 Northumberland Highway, Heathsville.
The Rappahannock Foundation for the Arts On Stage concert series will continue March 14 with Leahy; and April 18 with Face 2 Face.
All concerts are staged at the Lancaster Middle School Theater, 191 School Street, Kilmarnock. Admission is by season subscription or $39. Call the box office, 438-5555.
The Rappahannock Concert Association will present The Drifters at 7:30 p.m. March 21 at the Performing Arts Theater, Northumberland High School, 201 Academic Lane, Heathsville. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Drifters had 13 chart hits, including “Under the Boardwalk.”
Admission is by season subscription or $25. Students are admitted free. Purchase tickets at www.rappahannockconcerts.org, 1-888-210-8006, or at the door.
American Legion Post 117, 39 School Street, Reedville, serves a fried chicken dinner from 5-6:30 p.m. on first Mondays.
The Middle Peninsula Northern Neck Community Services Board Prevention, Health & Wellness Division recently announced Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training will be offered from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. May 13 and 14 at Cooks Corner Complex Office Building, 2911 General Puller Highway, Saluda.
Materials will be provided. Participants are urged to bring a brown bag for a working lunch. The fee is $60. Register at www.chvc.online by May 7, or call 642-5402.
The Upper Lancaster Volunteer Rescue Squad will prepare a take out corned beef and cabbage dinner March 17. The menu will include corned beef, cabbage, potatoes and corn bread. The fee is by donation.
Place orders—including name, phone number and quantity—with payment to P.O. Box 176, Lively, VA 22507. Orders must be received by March 13, and meals may be picked up from 4-7 p.m. March 17 at the ULVRS building, 123 Norris Road, Lively.