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Thursday, April 19

  • Stronger Together—Breast Cancer Support Group: For patients diagnosed with breast cancer—an opportunity to share personal stories, celebrate victories, express emotions and be uplifted.  For information, please call Leigh Anderson, 540.245.7105. Augusta Health Cancer Center Conference Room, 3:00 – 4:30 pm
  • Diabetes Support Group—Type 1 and Type 2: For all those interested in learning more about managing diabetes—family, friends and partners welcome, too.  For information, please call Jean at 540.213.2537. Ground Floor Conference Room, Heart and Vascular Center, 5:30 – 6:30 pm.
  • The Wayne Theatre hosts a screening of “Ghost Town to Havana” as part of the On-Screen/In-Person documentary series. Admission for the 7 p.m. event is Pay What You Will. More info: click here.
  • Laura Toni-Holsinger, executive director of United Way of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County since January 2014, will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 19, in Cole Hall at Bridgewater College. Toni-Holsinger will speak on “Can You Hear Me? Listening and Living UNITED” as part of Bridgewater College’s Earth Day celebration. Earth Day is Sunday, April 22. The convocation is free and open to the public.
  • Fine Arts Center Performance: BRCC Student Production of Romeo and Juliet: Thursday – Saturday, Apr 19-21, 7pm; Sunday, Apr 22, 3 pm; FAC V135, Blue Ridge Community College. Set in the years just after the American Civil War, this Bluegrass Romeo & Juliet will feature live music, masks, and a shared regional history to re-tell this tragic love story. Features performers from JMU, MBC, and BRCC. Adults-$15; students free. Reserve tickets online: brcc.edu/fac/performances.
  • The Valley Playhouse – Harrisonburg’s Community Theater – will present Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor in April directed by JP Gulla (The Fantasticks, Little Shop of Horrors) at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available online at www.valleyarts.org/performances/ or at the door.

Friday, April 20

  • Brown Bag Travel Lecture: Scotland: Friday, Apr 20; 11:30 am-12:30 pm; J130, Blue Ridge Community College. “Stone Voices: The Highlands and Islands of Scotland” presented by John Bell, art professor.
  • Wild Virginia is pleased to partner with Brothers Craft Brewing as part of their “Cask for a Cause” fundraiser in April. They will be throwing a special event on April 20th including trivia with prizes, food trucks, and beer, of course! A specially brewed citrus session IPA will benefit Wild Virginia and their outdoor campaigns, specifically the upcoming Wild & Scenic Film Festival on May 4th at the Court Square Theatre. The cask will be tapped at 5:00PM with sales from each pint being donated to Wild Virginia. The Brothers Craft Brewing Tap Room is located at 800 N Main St in Harrisonburg. Go to www.brotherscraftbrewing.com/tasting-room for hours, events and more information.
  • Washington and Lee University will host its 15th annual Tom Wolfe Weekend April 20-21. This year’s event will also be unique as namesake Tom Wolfe will be on campus to attend the weekend. The program honors a distinguished writer and observer of the American scene. The weekend’s seminar will feature Hampton Sides, author of the best-selling, critically acclaimed “In the Kingdom of Ice: The Grand and Terrible Polar Voyage of the USS Jeannette.” Sides will present the keynote address for the Tom Wolfe Weekend Seminar on April 20 at 4 p.m. in Lee Chapel. The talk is free and open to the public.
  • Reception for new exhibition titled April Showers Bring May Flowers: Friday, April 20 |5-7pm, Staunton Augusta Art Center Galleries | Smith Center for History & Art | 20 S. New Street. Featuring six potters from Floyd, VA. Works will be for sale. Event is free and all are welcome. Info: www.saartcenter.org. 540-885-2028, www.facebook.com/stauntonaugustaartcenter.
  • Dogwoods & Daffodils: 4th Annual Garden Party: April 20 | 6:00pm, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum | 20 N. Coalter St., Staunton. An evening of fun and friendship in our historic gardens. Catering is by local chef Mike Lund and there will be a live and silent auction. Reservations are required. Tickets: $75 for nonmembers and $70 for members; Purchase at 4agc.com/commerce_pages/c7d7f0ed-8295-4724-829b-e608e2dcc680. (540) 885-0897 ext. 115.
  • Furman at VMI baseball, ESPN3, 6 p.m. AFP editor Chris Graham joins Wade Branner on the ESPN3 broadcast team for VMI baseball as the Keydets face Furman.
  • Eight local Harrisonburg and Rockingham County organizations want to help more communities in Puerto Rico get power back after Hurricane Maria.  With their sponsorship, a local group of organizers have created a donate-what-you-can concert and salsa dance on Friday, April 20 which they hope will be a lively and entertaining evening for a diverse audience.  The philanthropic groups Resilient Power Puerto Rico and/or Solar Libre, both founded under the umbrella of the Coastal Marine Resource Center, will receive all proceeds. Energia Solar Por Puerto Rico, a concert and dance to enable resilient power for Puerto Rico, will occur Friday, April 20, 2018, 7 to 9PM, at the Fellowship Hall of Community Mennonite Church, 70 S. High St., Harrisonburg.  The event is open to all community members on a donatewhat-you-can basis.   For more information, call 540-820-1219.
  • The Wayne Theatre hosts a variety show, LIVE@the WAYNE, with regional talent. Host Tracy Straight joins our house band, The Boogie Kings, 7:30 p.m. More information: click here.
  • Fine Arts Center Performance: BRCC Student Production of Romeo and Juliet: Thursday – Saturday, Apr 19-21, 7pm; Sunday, Apr 22, 3 pm; FAC V135, Blue Ridge Community College. Set in the years just after the American Civil War, this Bluegrass Romeo & Juliet will feature live music, masks, and a shared regional history to re-tell this tragic love story. Features performers from JMU, MBC, and BRCC. Adults-$15; students free. Reserve tickets online: brcc.edu/fac/performances.
  • The Valley Playhouse – Harrisonburg’s Community Theater – will present Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor in April directed by JP Gulla (The Fantasticks, Little Shop of Horrors) at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available online at www.valleyarts.org/performances/ or at the door.

Saturday, April 21

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • Diabetes Boot Camp (Physician Referral Required). Three-hour class to help those with Type 2 Diabetes learn to manage the disease and take control of their lives. Requires Physician Referral. For information or registration, call 540.213.2537. Saturday, April 21, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Heart & Vascular Center, Ground Floor Conference Room, Augusta Health.
  • The Friends of the Waynesboro Public Library, who bring you the big annual book sale every September, are having a Bargain Book Sale on Saturday April 21, from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. At 50 cents a book, the Friends of the Library hope to move a lot of good books in time for summer reading at home and at the beach. At the same time, the Friends will use the space freed up by the sale to accept the community’s continued donations of quality books for futures sales. All sale proceeds benefit the Library and its programs.
  • Earth Day Staunton: Sat., April 21 | 10am to 2pm, Gypsy Hill Park Bandstand | 600 Churchville Ave. Celebrate Earth Day with the entire family at Earth Day Staunton at the Gypsy Hill Park Bandstand This year’s theme is, “Plastic Pollution Solutions.” Enjoy kid-oriented activities, shows by Bill Wellington & Radio Woof, face painting, native plant sale, and more. Admission is free. Food trucks. In the event of rain, Earth Day Staunton will be in the Gypsy Hill Park Gym. Information, visit www.earthdaystaunton.org.
  • Bridge Day Staunton 2018: Saturday, April 21 | 10am to 3pm | Staunton Station. Bridge Day Staunton celebrates Staunton’s unique culture through live music, kids’ activities and fun foods. Come relax and connect with your Staunton community. Starting at one of our most beloved local landmarks, the Sears Hill Bridge at the Staunton Station, and fanning out into downtown’s many independent businesses and community hubs.  Bridge Day Staunton benefits WQSV and its music education initiatives. Free local and live music.  Free to the public.  To participate or for details, contact Kay at Rachel’s Quilt Patch, 540-886-7728, www.bridgedaystaunton.org.
  • Historic Garden Week in Staunton-Augusta County: Saturday, April 21 | 10 am to 5 pm. Spend a day meandering through the fields and farms of Middlebrook. Located just ten miles southwest of downtown Staunton, visitors will discover one of the best preserved rural villages in Augusta County. This driving tour, jointly hosted by the Augusta Garden Club and the Blue Ridge Garden Club, celebrates the enduring charm of country living in the Shenandoah Valley. From the historic buildings of Sugar Loaf Farms to a folk artist’s abode and studio, the tour highlights the beauty and diversity of country living today. Queen City Plein Air Festival artists will be painting in the gardens of the homes on the morning of the tour. Information and tickets: augustagardenclub.org/projects/historic-garden-week.
  • Local and Seasonal Tasting, Saturday, April 21, 10 am – 12 pm, Augusta Community Care Building. Free, but reservations required.  For information or registration, call Grayson Shelor (540.886.0160) or Krystal Moyers (540.932.4976) or visit www.alleghenymountaininstitute.org.
  • Furman at VMI baseball, ESPN3, 2 p.m. AFP editor Chris Graham joins Wade Branner on the ESPN3 broadcast team for VMI baseball as the Keydets face Furman.
  • Fine Arts Center Performance: BRCC Student Production of Romeo and Juliet: Thursday – Saturday, Apr 19-21, 7pm; Sunday, Apr 22, 3 pm; FAC V135, Blue Ridge Community College. Set in the years just after the American Civil War, this Bluegrass Romeo & Juliet will feature live music, masks, and a shared regional history to re-tell this tragic love story. Features performers from JMU, MBC, and BRCC. Adults-$15; students free. Reserve tickets online: brcc.edu/fac/performances.
  • The Valley Playhouse – Harrisonburg’s Community Theater – will present Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor in April directed by JP Gulla (The Fantasticks, Little Shop of Horrors) at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available online at www.valleyarts.org/performances or at the door.
  • Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park invites visitor s to view and learn about the nighttime sky through three Star Gazing Parties scheduled throughout 2018.  These special National Park Service events, held in partnership with the Shenandoah Astronomical Society and the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation, are scheduled for Saturday, April 21st, Saturday, August 11th and Saturday, October 13th.  All three programs are free of charge and will be held at the Thoburn Redoubt property, located on Bowman’s Mill Road, in Warren County.  The Star Party on Saturday, April 21st will begin at 8:00 p.m. is scheduled to coincide with the Lyrid Meteor Shower

 Sunday, April 22

  • Furman at VMI baseball, ESPN3, 1 p.m. AFP editor Chris Graham joins Wade Branner on the ESPN3 broadcast team for VMI baseball as the Keydets face Furman.
  • The Valley Playhouse – Harrisonburg’s Community Theater – will present Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor in April directed by JP Gulla (The Fantasticks, Little Shop of Horrors) at 3 p.m. Tickets available online at www.valleyarts.org/performances/ or at the door.
  • Fine Arts Center Performance: BRCC Student Production of Romeo and Juliet: Thursday – Saturday, Apr 19-21, 7pm; Sunday, Apr 22, 3 pm; FAC V135, Blue Ridge Community College. Set in the years just after the American Civil War, this Bluegrass Romeo & Juliet will feature live music, masks, and a shared regional history to re-tell this tragic love story. Features performers from JMU, MBC, and BRCC. Adults-$15; students free. Reserve tickets online: brcc.edu/fac/performances.
  • The orchestral and choral areas in the James Madison University School of Music  and the Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) in Norfolk are partnering to perform Gustav Mahler’s Second Symphony, known as Resurrection Symphony. More than 250 musicians in a performance will bring Mahler’s work to life on Sunday, April 22 at 4 p.m. at JMU’s Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets for the Forbes Center performance are available at  www.jmuforbescenter.com or by calling the Forbes Center Box Office at (540) 568-7000.
  • Shakespeare’s Birthday Celebration: April 22 | 4:30pm, Blackfriars Playhouse | 10 South Market Street. Join the American Shakespeare Center on Market Street and inside the Blackfriars Playhouse for a free, family-friendly afternoon with fun and games, to celebrate the birth of William Shakespeare. Info: www.americanshakespearecenter.com.
  • Join Wild Virginia at the Wild and Scenic Film Festival ‘On Tour’ at the Visulite Cinema on Sunday, April 22nd, beginning at 6:30 p.m. The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is a collection of films from the annual festival held the third week of January in Nevada City, CA which is now in its 16th year. Wild & Scenic focuses on films which speak to the environmental concerns and celebrations of our planet. Ticket Prices: $10 – $20. Tickets can be purchased at www.wildvirginia.org.

Monday, April 23

  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Hud” as part of the Monday at the Movies series sponsored by The Classic Cinema Club.  Screenings include a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. evening feature. Admission is Pay What You Will. The 7 p.m. screenings include a brief introduction, short intermission, and optional film discussion afterwards led by The Classic Cinema Club. More information: click here.
  • To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King Jr., Washington and Lee University’s Lenfest Center for the Arts presents L.A. Theatre Works’  “The Mountaintop,” a fictional retelling of how the legendary civil rights leader spent his final hours on earth before his tragic assassination. Rife with cutting political humor and powerful with its stirring representation of one of America’s most celebrated heroes, “The Mountaintop” is a compelling story about a man whose relevance remains undiminished to this day. “The Mountaintop” comes to the Keller stage for a one-night performance on April 23 at 7:30 p.m. There will be a talk-back with the cast directly following the performance.

Tuesday, April 24

  • Friends Listening to Friends: A support group for newly diagnosed cancer patients who have fears, questions or concerns.  This group also addresses life after cancer treatments. For information, please call Leigh Anderson, 540.245.7105. Augusta Health Cancer Center Conference Room, 11:00 am-12:15 pm.
  • The Women of Influence Network Summit will take place at Mary Baldwin University on Tuesday, April 24th from 11:30 pm – 5:00 pm. Registrations are still available by visiting the ​Greater Augusta Regional Chamber of Commerce website.
  • Garden 101: Healthy Soil, Healthy Plants Class, Tuesday, April 24, 6-7:30 pm, Room 119, Augusta Health Wellness Center. Free, but reservations required.  For information or registration, call Grayson Shelor (540.886.0160) or Krystal Moyers (540.932.4976) or visit www.alleghenymountaininstitute.org.
  • The Charlottesville Reading Series will host a poetry and prose reading on Friday, April 20, from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM at New Dominion Bookshop(404 East Main St). The event will feature in-person readings by Angie Hogan and Jeffery Renard Allen and is free to attend. Complimentary refreshments will be available at intermission. For more information about the series, please visit www.readingseries.org.
  • Ward Hill Lamon, bodyguard to Abraham Lincoln, with Bob O’Connor, History Talks series, 7 p.m;. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.
  • Could even the shattered pieces of our lives result in something beautiful? This question lies at the heart of Stained Glass, an original play written by James Madison University faculty member Ingrid De Sanctis. Performances of Stained Glass will be April 24, 25, 27 and 28 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, April 29, at 2 p.m., at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, visit www.jmuforbescenter.com or call (540) 568-7000.

Wednesday, April 25

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • Virginia Tech at VMI baseball, ESPN3, 6 p.m. AFP editor Chris Graham joins Wade Branner on the ESPN3 broadcast team for VMI baseball as the Keydets face the Hokies.
  • Could even the shattered pieces of our lives result in something beautiful? This question lies at the heart of Stained Glass, an original play written by James Madison University faculty member Ingrid De Sanctis. Performances of Stained Glass will be April 24, 25, 27 and 28 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, April 29, at 2 p.m., at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, visit www.jmuforbescenter.com or call (540) 568-7000.

Thursday, April 26

  • BRCC Home School Visit Day: Thursday, Apr 26; 9 am-1 pm; Plecker Workforce Center, Blue Ridge Community College. Homeschooled students and their parents in the BRCC service region may register for this free information day to learn about the admissions process for homeschoolers. Participants will observe classes, take a campus tour and eat lunch with concurrent homeschooled BRCC students. Registration is required: tinyurl.com/yacx6byf.
  • Stronger Together—Breast Cancer Support Group: For patients diagnosed with breast cancer—an opportunity to share personal stories, celebrate victories, express emotions and be uplifted.  For information, please call Leigh Anderson, 540.245.7105. Augusta Health Cancer Center Conference Room, 3:00 – 4:30 pm
  • Zen and the Art of Compost Class, Thursday, April 26, 6-7:30 pm, Room 119, Augusta Health Wellness Center. Free, but reservations required.  For information or registration, call Grayson Shelor (540.886.0160) or Krystal Moyers (540.932.4976) or visit www.alleghenymountaininstitute.org.
  • The Valley Playhouse – Harrisonburg’s Community Theater – will present Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor in April directed by JP Gulla (The Fantasticks, Little Shop of Horrors) at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available online at www.valleyarts.org/performances/ or at the door.

Friday, April 27

  • The 25th Annual North Branch Golf Tournament will take place Friday, April 27, at Stoney Creek Golf Course at Wintergreen Resort. We invite you to join us for a great day on the links that will mean new playground equipment for the students of North Branch School, and needs-based financial assistance opportunities. More info: contact the North Branch Golf Committee at northbranchgolfclassic@gmail.com or 540-456-8450.
  • LUNCH AND LEARN: Neurosurgery and Spine Health, featuring Clark Bernard, MD, Augusta Health Spine Clinic, Tuesday, April 27, 12:00 noon – 1:00 pm. Augusta Community Care Building. Free, but reservations required; call 540.245.7900.
  • April is Poetry Month! SWAG Writers (The Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta Group of the Virginia Writers Club) Reading Series continues in April with a reading by poets Susan Facknitz, Stan Galloway, Leona Sevick, Michael Trocchia, and Lesley Wheeler. The reading will take place on Friday, April 27 at 7 p.m. at Black Swan Books & Music, 1 East Beverley St. Staunton. The reading is free and open to the public.
  • The Valley Playhouse – Harrisonburg’s Community Theater – will present Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor in April directed by JP Gulla (The Fantasticks, Little Shop of Horrors) at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available online at www.valleyarts.org/performances/ or at the door.
  • Could even the shattered pieces of our lives result in something beautiful? This question lies at the heart of Stained Glass, an original play written by James Madison University faculty member Ingrid De Sanctis. Performances of Stained Glass will be April 24, 25, 27 and 28 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, April 29, at 2 p.m., at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, visit www.jmuforbescenter.com or call (540) 568-7000.

Saturday, April 28

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Waynesboro YMCA is offering a free Spring Sports Sampler Weekend on April 28-29 to encourage all children to be physically active. Children ages 3 to 12 can participate in up to three 45-minute clinics including soccer, volleyball, basketball, and flag football to sample what the YMCA has to offer this fall. Registration Deadline:  April 27. Fees: Free. Ages: 3-12. Time: 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Saturday, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sunday. More info: Contact Waynesboro YMCA Sports Director Melvin Garrison at ymcasports@lumos.net.
  • Independent Bookstore Day marks its fourth year of celebrating independent bookstores nationwide on Saturday, April 28th, with literary parties around the country. New Dominion Bookshop at 404 E Main St will be celebrating the holiday with its first annual Rose Garden Tea Party, guest booksellers, children’s storytimes and activities, a scavenger hunt, in-store giveaways, and themed discounts. New Dominion Bookshop will also offer exclusive day-of merchandise created especially for Independent Bookstore Day by major publishers and authors. Since Independent Bookstore Day’s inception in 2014, more than 200 authors have demonstrated their support for independent bookstores by donating work.
  • Washington and Lee University presents the annual Friends of the Library Symposium as part of Alumni Weekend on April 28 at 1:30 p.m. in Northen Auditorium. This year’s speakers are Rob Cooper ’68 and Pam Pacelli Cooper. Their talk is titled: “Storytelling in the Digital Age,” and it is free, and open to the public.
  • The Valley Playhouse – Harrisonburg’s Community Theater – will present Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor in April directed by JP Gulla (The Fantasticks, Little Shop of Horrors) at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available online at www.valleyarts.org/performances/ or at the door.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents Robin and Linda Williams on Saturday, April 28, at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $27. More information: click here.
  • Could even the shattered pieces of our lives result in something beautiful? This question lies at the heart of Stained Glass, an original play written by James Madison University faculty member Ingrid De Sanctis. Performances of Stained Glass will be April 24, 25, 27 and 28 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, April 29, at 2 p.m., at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, visit www.jmuforbescenter.com or call (540) 568-7000.

Sunday, April 29

  • The Waynesboro YMCA is offering a free Spring Sports Sampler Weekend on April 28-29 to encourage all children to be physically active. Children ages 3 to 12 can participate in up to three 45-minute clinics including soccer, volleyball, basketball, and flag football to sample what the YMCA has to offer this fall. Registration Deadline:  April 27. Fees: Free. Ages: 3-12. Time: 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Saturday, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sunday. More info: Contact Waynesboro YMCA Sports Director Melvin Garrison at ymcasports@lumos.net.
  • Could even the shattered pieces of our lives result in something beautiful? This question lies at the heart of Stained Glass, an original play written by James Madison University faculty member Ingrid De Sanctis. Performances of Stained Glass will be April 24, 25, 27 and 28 at 8 p.m., and Sunday, April 29, at 2 p.m., at the Forbes Center for the Performing Arts. For tickets, visit www.jmuforbescenter.com or call (540) 568-7000.
  • The Valley Playhouse – Harrisonburg’s Community Theater – will present Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me A Tenor in April directed by JP Gulla (The Fantasticks, Little Shop of Horrors) at 3 p.m. Tickets available online at www.valleyarts.org/performances/ or at the door.

Monday, April 30

  • The Wayne Theatre presents “M.A.S.H.” as part of the Monday at the Movies series sponsored by The Classic Cinema Club. Screenings include a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. evening feature. Admission is Pay What You Will. The 7 p.m. screenings include a brief introduction, short intermission, and optional film discussion afterwards led by The Classic Cinema Club. More information: click here.

Wednesday, May 2

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • A Mental Health First Aid training is being offered May 2 at Mary Baldwin University in Staunton from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The training is free thanks to support from the Virginia Department of Behaviorial Health and Development Services and MBU. Pre-registration is required. A person you know could be experiencing a mental health problem or substance use problem. Learn an action plan to help. You are more likely to encounter someone in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack. Learn how to help a friend, family member, coworker or neighbor in need. Get training in Mental Health First Aid. To register, email your name and phone number to Erin Botkin at ebotkin@vcsb.org. For additional information, visit www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org.

Friday, May 4

  • The 32nd annual Waynesboro YMCA Spring Gala is May 4. The theme will be A Night Under the Stars, with great music, fantastic food, a silent and live auction, and a reverse raffle with a $5,000 prize. Tickets are $75 per person. Tickets are available at the front desk, from a board member or online using the link below. The Y’s goal is to raise more than $50,000 to support children and family programming. More information: click here.

Saturday, May 5

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Country Gentleman Tribute Band will perform at Arts Council of the Valley’s Court Square Theater on Saturday, May 5th. Doors open at 6:00 PM with the show beginning at 7:00 PM. Tickets are still available at $13 advance and $16 at the door. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit valleyarts.org or call 540.433.9189. Arts Council of the Valley’s Court Square Theater is located at 41-F Court Square in Downtown Harrisonburg.

Sunday, May 6

  • 2018 Golden Mile Fundraiser Celebrating The Daily Living Center’s 30th Anniversary, Sunday, May 6, at 2 p.m. Come support the Daily Living Center Adult Day Health Care, a non-profit, United Way agency serving the Staunton, Waynesboro & Augusta County communities for 30 years! The walk will start at William Perry Elementary and end at the center with awards, a recognition ceremony and reception.  All ages welcome and any donation amount appreciated. For more information, please contact Leigh Ann Quesenberry, Executive Director at 540-949-4151 or lquesenberry@dlcenter.comcastbiz.net.

Monday, May 7

  • The Wayne Theatre presents “The Grapes of Wrath” as part of the Monday at the Movies series sponsored by The Classic Cinema Club. Screenings include a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. evening feature. Admission is Pay What You Will. The 7 p.m. screenings include a brief introduction, short intermission, and optional film discussion afterwards led by The Classic Cinema Club. More information: click here.

Wednesday, May 9

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.

Thursday, May 10

  • Local teacher William Markham will be hosting a book launch party at Massanutten Regional Library on May 10. The Great Bacon Escape was written to teach students how to write. The finished version will be available for purchase on May 1st. The launch party at Massanutten Regional Library will feature bacon-themed games, refreshments, a reading by the author, and a book signing. More online at at williamcmarkham.weebly.com.

Friday, May 11

  • Wofford at VMI baseball, ESPN3, 6 p.m. AFP editor Chris Graham joins Wade Branner on the ESPN3 broadcast team for VMI baseball as the Keydets face Wofford.

Saturday, May 12

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The 38th Annual Crozet Spring Arts and Crafts Festival will take place Saturdayand Sunday, May 12 & 13, at Claudius Crozet Park in historic Crozet, VA. The Festival is a bi-annual benefit for the community owned and operated Park, which has been a vital part of the Crozet community since the land was originally donated in 1958. The Crozet Spring Arts and Crafts Festival presents over 120 professional fine Art and Craft makers each year to an audience of around 5000 from Crozet and Charlottesville as well as visitors traveling to the area from Richmond, Roanoke, Lynchburg, and Northern Virginia. Visit www.crozetfestival.com for details, directions, and more. Join us on facebook, instagram, and twitter for updates and special offers!
  • Little Made: Market, Saturday, May 12 | 10am – 4pm | Mother’s Day Weekend. Block of East Beverley Street between Augusta and New Streets. The second annual curated arts and crafts festival will feature 30 artists. Info: www.made-va.com.
  • World Fair Trade Day: Saturday, May 12 | 10am – 8pm | Mother’s Day Weekend | Latitudes | Harmony Moon | Cranberry’s | A StauntoNites supported event. The second event in the StauntoNites series.  Latitudes has organized World Fair Trade Day. Staunton fair trade dealers will be offering samples of fair trade foods and beverages, discounts off select fair trade products, educational materials and drawing for prizes.
  • Wofford at VMI baseball, ESPN3, 4 p.m. AFP editor Chris Graham joins Wade Branner on the ESPN3 broadcast team for VMI baseball as the Keydets face Wofford.

Sunday, May 13

  • The 38th Annual Crozet Spring Arts and Crafts Festival will take place Saturdayand Sunday, May 12 & 13, at Claudius Crozet Park in historic Crozet, VA. The Festival is a bi-annual benefit for the community owned and operated Park, which has been a vital part of the Crozet community since the land was originally donated in 1958. The Crozet Spring Arts and Crafts Festival presents over 120 professional fine Art and Craft makers each year to an audience of around 5000 from Crozet and Charlottesville as well as visitors traveling to the area from Richmond, Roanoke, Lynchburg, and Northern Virginia. Visit www.crozetfestival.com for details, directions, and more. Join us on facebook, instagram, and twitter for updates and special offers!
  • Wofford at VMI baseball, ESPN3, 2 p.m. AFP editor Chris Graham joins Wade Branner on the ESPN3 broadcast team for VMI baseball as the Keydets face Wofford.
  • Music Feeds Us, led by Artistic Director Fitz Gary, will present a string quartet concert to benefit the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank. The concert will take place in Charlottesville on Sunday, May 13th at 7 PM at Westminster Presbyterian Church with a program of string quartets by Haydn, Caroline Shaw, and Tchaikovsky. Returning guest artists joining Fitz Gary are Jinjoo Cho, winner of the 2014 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis; Eric Wong, violist of the Cavani String Quartet in residence at the Cleveland Institute of Music; and Madeline Fayette, cellist for the Carnegie Hall and Juilliard program Ensemble Connect. For more information please visit www.musicfeedsus.org

Monday, May 14

  • The Wayne Theatre presents “American Graffiti” as part of the Monday at the Movies series sponsored by The Classic Cinema Club. Screenings include a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. evening feature. Admission is Pay What You Will. The 7 p.m. screenings include a brief introduction, short intermission, and optional film discussion afterwards led by The Classic Cinema Club. More information: click here.

Tuesday, May 15

  • The Salvation Army is holding its second annual benefit concert at The Wayne Theatre on Tuesday, May 15 at 7 p.m. The event features entertainment provided by Jimmy Overton and special guests Sam Morris and David Buell, Little Walter and The Convictions and an All-Star Grand Finale. More information: click here.

Wednesday, May 16

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.

Thursday, May 17

  • Coffee with the Curator: May 17 | 10:30am, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum | 235 E. Beverley St. Join our Curator Andrew Phillips monthly for coffee and stimulating discussion in our Library and Research Center. The discussion for April 12th will be The Silver Collection of Eleanor Wilson McAdoo. Free and open to the public.

Friday, May 18

  • Staunton Bike and Walk to Work Day: Friday, May 18 | 7:30 – 9:30am, The Wharf. Celebrate your commute with free coffee, light breakfast, music, gear giveaways and more.
  • The 62nd Fishersville/Shenandoah Antiques Expo will be held where it all started over 30 years ago at the Augusta Expo (I-64, Exit 91) in Fishersville, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 18 – 20.  The show opens Friday morning at 9:00 a.m. and for a $10 three-day pass, treasure hunters can grab the opportunity for the first day, first look at the show’s offerings.  Hundreds of indoor and outdoor exhibitors will be there throughout the weekend whether you make it a day trip or a weekend get-away.
  • Wayne Drumheller, M.Ed, will lead a free workshop at the Waynesboro Public Library on Friday, May 18, from 10 a.m. to noon for students and adults about self-publishing a book, including the stages of writing, editing, cover design, pricing, and marketing. Drumheller is a book editor, photojournalist, and founder of the Creative Book Writers Project who has helped over 100 regional writers and artisans publish their narrative biographies, historical, nonfiction and fiction books. He received his Bachelor Degree from California State University at Sonoma and his Master of Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is a native of Nelson County and currently is based in Burlington and Brevard, North Carolina. The workshop is free, but advance registration is required. Register by calling 540-942-6746 or email Rebecca Lamb.
  • Opening Reception for new exhibition titled Nature in Detail: Friday, May 18 | 5-7pm, Staunton Augusta Art Center Galleries | Smith Center for History & Art | 20 S. New Street. Paintings by Erica Lohan. The event is free and all are welcome www.saartcenter.org 540-885-2028.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents The Modern Gentlemen on Friday, May 18, at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $42. More information: click here.

Saturday, May 19

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The 62nd Fishersville/Shenandoah Antiques Expo will be held where it all started over 30 years ago at the Augusta Expo (I-64, Exit 91) in Fishersville, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 18 – 20.  The show opens Friday morning at 9:00 a.m. and for a $10 three-day pass, treasure hunters can grab the opportunity for the first day, first look at the show’s offerings.  Hundreds of indoor and outdoor exhibitors will be there throughout the weekend whether you make it a day trip or a weekend get-away.

Sunday, May 20

  • The 62nd Fishersville/Shenandoah Antiques Expo will be held where it all started over 30 years ago at the Augusta Expo (I-64, Exit 91) in Fishersville, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 18 – 20.  The show opens Friday morning at 9:00 a.m. and for a $10 three-day pass, treasure hunters can grab the opportunity for the first day, first look at the show’s offerings.  Hundreds of indoor and outdoor exhibitors will be there throughout the weekend whether you make it a day trip or a weekend get-away.
  • Pine Bluff Pool will host Parkerfest, a May 20 event promising to draw hundreds with its line-up of popular food trucks, bands, vendors, and support of Parker Staples, a Pine Bluff Pool member and the 9-year old son of Jamie and Jessica Staples of Waynesboro recently diagnosed with lymphoma.  Held on the grounds of Pine Bluff Pool, this event will tout many local favorite food vendors, including Stable Craft Brewing, Mama’s Caboose, and Hops Kitchen and local musical talent such as Gypsy Mountain Band, Crystal Armentrout, and Alex Arbaugh. While tickets are free, organizers encourage individuals to secure tickets early and be entered in a raffle to win a free Pine Bluff Pool membership worth up to $500. To find out more about Parkerfest including ticket reservation, see PineBluffPool.com.

Monday, May 21

  • The Wayne Theatre presents “The Best Years of Our Lives” as part of the Monday at the Movies series sponsored by The Classic Cinema Club.  Screenings include a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. evening feature. Admission is Pay What You Will. The 7 p.m. screenings include a brief introduction, short intermission, and optional film discussion afterwards led by The Classic Cinema Club. More information: click here.

Wednesday, May 23

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.

Saturday, May 26

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • Art in the Park at Gypsy Hill: Saturday, May 26 from 10am-6pm | Sunday, May 27 from noon-5pm. Surrounding the Bandstand area of Gypsy Hill Park. Quality juried fine art and fine craft, children’s art activities, music, food vendors.  Event is free and all are welcome. www.saartcenter.org 540-885-2028.

Sunday, May 27

  • Art in the Park at Gypsy Hill: Saturday, May 26 from 10am-6pm | Sunday, May 27 from noon-5pm. Surrounding the Bandstand area of Gypsy Hill Park. Quality juried fine art and fine craft, children’s art activities, music, food vendors.  Event is free and all are welcome. www.saartcenter.org 540-885-2028.

Wednesday, May 30

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.

Thursday, May 31

  • Bob Nocek presents the David Crosby & Friends, Sky Trails Tour 2018, Thursday, May 31 at The Paramount Theater. Two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and co-founder of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, David Crosby is heading out on tour. Joining him will be five musical friends, James Raymond on keys, Mai Agan on bass, Steve DiStanislao on drums, Jeff Pevar on guitar, and Michelle Willis on keys and vocals. Tickets can be purchased online at www.theparamount.net, by calling The Paramount Theater’s Box Office at 434-979-1333, or in person Monday-Friday from 10AM-2PM at 215 East Main Street, Charlottesville, VA 22902.

Saturday, June 2

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Waynesboro Family YMCA Tri for the Y returns Saturday, June 2. This Sprint Triathlon is hosted in the Shenandoah Valley under the shadows of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains. Whether you are an experienced competitor or looking for a new challenge and just starting your tri journey – this event is perfect for you. The course venue is the peaceful, family-friendly, Ridgeview Park with a 50-meter pool. Just 30 minutes from Charlottesville. Funds generated by this event support the Cid Fund. Cid Scallet was a tireless advocate for youth and families served by the YMCA.  Monies in his fund cover scholarships for those that normally could not afford YMCA membership or childcare programming. The Waynesboro Family YMCA has been serving the region for over 60 years with a focus on youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Register now: click here.

Monday, June 4

  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Psycho” as part of the Monday at the Movies series sponsored by The Classic Cinema Club.  Screenings include a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. evening feature. Admission is Pay What You Will. The 7 p.m. screenings include a brief introduction, short intermission, and optional film discussion afterwards led by The Classic Cinema Club. More information: click here.

Wednesday, June 6

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Sing” as part of its Summer Movies series on Wednesday, June 6, at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.

Saturday, June 9

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • South River Music Festival, details TBD.

Sunday, June 10

  • The Wayne Theatre presents a screening of the film “Wonder Woman” on Sunday, June 10, at 6 p.m., as part of the Faith in Film Series. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.

Monday, June 11

  • Imagination Stage Summer Camp begins at the Wayne Theatre, runs June 11-15, 9 a.m. to noon each day. Explores a variety of theatre subjects. For grades rising K-1.  More information: click here.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Chinatown” as part of the Monday at the Movies series sponsored by The Classic Cinema Club.  Screenings include a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. evening feature. Admission is Pay What You Will. The 7 p.m. screenings include a brief introduction, short intermission, and optional film discussion afterwards led by The Classic Cinema Club. More information: click here.

Wednesday, June 13

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Annie” as part of its Summer Movies series on Wednesday, June 13, at 10 a.m. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.

Saturday, June 16

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.

Monday, June 18

  • Imagination Stage Summer Camp begins at the Wayne Theatre, runs June 18-22, 9 a.m. to noon each day. Explores a variety of theatre subjects. For grades rising 2-5.  More information: click here.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “A Tale of Two Cities” as part of the Monday at the Movies series sponsored by The Classic Cinema Club.  Screenings include a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. evening feature. Admission is Pay What You Will. The 7 p.m. screenings include a brief introduction, short intermission, and optional film discussion afterwards led by The Classic Cinema Club. More information: click here.

Wednesday, June 20

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “The Muppet Movie” as part of its Summer Movies series on Wednesday, June 20, at 10 a.m. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.

Thursday, June 21

  • The World’s Largest Swim Lesson, hosted locally at the Waynesboro YMCA, brings together thousands of individuals from hundreds of communities who participate in the same lesson over the course of a 24-hour period to raise awareness about drowning and the fact that swimming is a vital lifesaving skill that every child and adult should learn. In 2017, 41,068 kids and adults participated in events in 26 countries. The Waynesboro Y event will be held from 5-6 pm. Pre-registration is required. More information: click here.

Saturday, June 23

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.

Monday, June 25

  • Dance Boot Camp begins at the Wayne Theatre, runs June 25-29, 9 a.m. to noon each day. Includes jazz dance technique with stretch and conditioning and musical theatre combos. For grades rising 6-12. More information: click here.
  • Theatrical Makeup Camp begins at the Wayne Theatre, runs June 25-29, 9 a.m. to noon each day. Course teaches stage makeup techniques and hair styling including special effect designs. For grades rising 6-12. More information: click here.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Annie Hall” as part of the Monday at the Movies series sponsored by The Classic Cinema Club.  Screenings include a 2 p.m. matinee and a 7 p.m. evening feature. Admission is Pay What You Will. The 7 p.m. screenings include a brief introduction, short intermission, and optional film discussion afterwards led by The Classic Cinema Club. More information: click here.

Wednesday, June 27

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Holes” as part of its Summer Movies series on Wednesday, June 27, at 10 a.m. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.

Saturday, June 30

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Saturdays: 7am to noon, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.

Monday, July 9

  • Musical Theatre Camp begins at the Wayne Theatre, runs July 9-13, 9 a.m. to noon each day. Workshop explores musical theatre, acting techniques, dance and song. Showcase at end of camp. For grades rising 5-12. More information: click here.

Wednesday, July 11

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Trolls” as part of its Summer Movies series on Wednesday, July 11, at 10 a.m. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.

Friday, July 13

  • The Merv Wooten Invitational, proudly brought to you by Weaver Insurance and Financial Advisors and Bowman Family Dentistry, will be July 13 at the Waynesboro Country Club. By far one of the largest fields annually at the Country Club, the Waynesboro YMCA tournament is known for its great play, fantastic prizes, and just a fun day of fellowship. Fee is $125 for golfer which includes golf/cart fees, dinner, beverages, swag, and prizes. More information: click here.

Monday, July 16

  • Musical Theatre Camp begins at the Wayne Theatre, runs July 16-20, 9 a.m. to noon each day. Workshop explores musical theatre, acting techniques, dance and song. Showcase at end of camp. For grades rising 5-12. More information: click here.

Wednesday, July 18

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone” as part of its Summer Movies series on Wednesday, July 18, at 10 a.m. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.

Sunday, July 22

  • The Wayne Theatre presents a performance of Heifetz on Tour on Sunday, July 22, at 3 p.m. Tickets are $17 for adults and $10 for students. More information: click here.

Monday, July 23

  • Theatrical Production Camp at the Wayne Theatre, runs July 23-27, 9 a.m. to noon each day. Learn how to transform a bare stage into a Broadway spectacular. Work alongside professionals and explore technical theatre. For grades rising 6-12. More information: click here.

Wednesday, July 25

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Air Bud” as part of its Summer Movies series on Wednesday, July 25, at 10 a.m. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.

Sunday, July 29

Wednesday, Aug. 1

  • Staunton Augusta Farmers’ Market Open, Wednesdays: 7am to 1pm, Wharf Lot. This is a true producer-only market where you can get farm fresh foods, baked goods, plants and other items directly from the person who grew or made them. Free parking at the Wharf parking lot and the Johnson Street Garage on Saturdays. Information: www.safarmersmarket.com.
  • The Wayne Theatre presents “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” as part of its Summer Movies series on Wednesday, Aug. 1, at 10 a.m. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.

Sunday, Aug. 12

  • The Wayne Theatre presents a screening of the film “The Truman Show” on Sunday, Aug. 12, at 6 p.m., as part of the Faith in Film Series. Admission is Pay What You Will. More information: click here.