Currently on display at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley is “Norman Rockwell’s America.” It includes original paintings, drawings, and hundreds of covers from The Saturday Evening Post.
The museum is located in Winchester, VA and is family-friendly with a historic property, gardens, and they recently added trails. It’s one of our family’s favorite places to go because the touring exhibitions are such high quality, and the permanent collections are fun too. There are sections dedicated to dollhouses as well as the history of the valley.
- Culpeper Downtown Dollars may be purchased in person on a first come first serve basis only on Wednesday, January 27, 2021, starting at 12pm at the CRI office located at 127 West Davis Street via Cash, Check, or Credit Card (credit card purchases will include a 3% convenience fee)
- Only $100 worth of Culpeper Downtown Dollars may be purchased. Spend $100 and get $150 in Culpeper Downtown Dollars!
- One purchase only per household
- Culpeper Downtown Dollars are valid thru March 31, 2021 and are not redeemable for cash.
I hope you all enjoyed the holiday season, and that if you made resolutions that they include making more art! Registration is now open for our winter classes, and the details are on our class page. I’ve decided to continue teaching virtually through Zoom. My spring class schedule is due to Parks & Rec on Monday, and I’m leaning towards more virtual classes. If you have an opinion on that, please email me because I’d love to know your thoughts.
Happy & Healthy New Year!
Tony has been cutting his snowflakes again this year, but the resulting confetti is on the floor at home instead of the studio. There are just a few more days of the 25 Days of Snowflakes, but you can see all of them on Facebook and Instagram,
From our family to yours, we want to wish you a very happy and healthy holiday season. It may be different, but there are still opportunities for it to be joyful! As I’ve been teaching exercises classes at Powell Wellness Center, I’ve learned to appreciate that there are still smiles underneath those masks…sometimes you have to look more carefully to see them!
Thank you sincerely for your business and support during this challenging year. It has meant so much to us and helped us juggle the demands of virtual school with our kids. We are grateful to be part of a very special community.