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Ring in the New Year on First Friday and throughout January with a new All Member Show.

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JAN 17-28 FEB

Winnie-the-Pooh, the famous bear of very little brain, is singing happily when the terrible trouble begins! Eeyore has lost his tail. Rabbit is worried about the arrival of Kanga and Roo – with a bathtub and soap. Pooh and Piglet try to catch a Heffalump. Owl and Christopher Robin join in the adventures. The beloved inhabitants of the hundred-acre wood come to life in this musical adaptation, sure to please Pooh fans of all ages.Performances: Selected Tues. & Thurs. Matinees 10:30am: Sh...

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JAN 21

This is the annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Prayer Breakfast, sponsored by the Fredericksburg Branch NAACP. Besides an ample breakfast, there will be guest speakers, music, and useful information and perspectives on current events.This year’s prayer breakfast will be held at the lower-level Conference Center at the Fredericksburg Hospitality House.Tickets...

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JAN 25

"Between the Cracks"

Venue: Lee Hall, Room 411, University of Mary Washington
Cost: Free
Jan 25, 2019 07:00 pm - 07:00 pm

A play about the dangers of human trafficking written by Derek Brown, directed by Fred Franklin, and performed by The Rude Mechanicals of Fredericksburg, in partnership with ArtsLIVE!

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JAN 29-25 FEB

Come see what we created together. Our members were randomly matched and each pair is exhibiting their creations.First Friday opening reception, Feb 1 from 6 to 9 pm.Artful Dimensions Gallery and Studios is Northern Virginia's only gallery dedicated exclusively to 3-D fine art and craft.Open daily from 11 am to 7 pm.

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FEB 09

Celebration of Black History at Belle Grove EventUnited States Color Troops, Importance in Civil War Speaker – Willie BrownAfrican American History was always interesting because an important part of it happened in the Civil War. Willie Brown’s book will try and clarify many areas that will assist with a better understanding of what actually happened to the USCT. The writer will try and give a complete explanation of what made the USCT unique. This subject was made popular because of...

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Celebration of Black History at Belle Grove EventUnited States Color Troops, Importance in Civil War Speaker – Willie BrownAfrican American History was always interesting because an important part of it happened in the Civil War. Willie Brown’s book will try and clarify many areas that will assist with a better understanding of what actually happened to the USCT. The writer will try and give a complete explanation of what made the USCT unique. This subject was made popular because of...


Celebration of Black History at Belle Grove EventCelebration Concert Saturday, February 23rd at 2pm Ange Nzassi – African Songs -2pm Arm of the Lord Ministries Gospel Group – 2:30pmSaturday February 23rd the Arm of the Lord Ministries Gospel Choir from the Arm of the Lord Ministries of Fredericksburg, Virginia (2100 Airport Ave) presents A Celebration Concert, a musical celebration honoring Black History Month. The concert will begin at 2pm with Ange Nzassi, singer and musician fro...


Based upon the novel written by Alice Walker and the Warner Bros./Amblin Entertainment motion picture Book by Marsha Norman Music and Lyrics by Brenda Russell, Allee Willis, and Stephen Bray The Color Purple was produced on Broadway at the Broadway Theater by Oprah Winfrey, Scott Sanders, Roy Furman, and Quincy Jones. The world premiere of The Color Purple was produced by the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Georgia. From Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning bestseller and Steven Spielberg’s ...


The Pirates of Penzance

Venue: Riverside Center for the Performing Arts
Cost: $50 – 69
May 22, 2019 - Jul 07, 2019

or the Rascals of the Rappahannock

The Pirates of Penzance with a delightful twist! Gilbert and Sullivan’s beloved comic operetta is as appealing today as it was over a century ago. But instead of the rocky coast of Cornwall, we are in late eighteenth century Virginia, when King George III ruled the colony. The famous soft-hearted pirates (lately of Penzance) are endeavoring to plunder with aplomb along the banks of the famous Rappahannock River. Meanwhile, the blundering Redcoats o...