Bowman Library unveils new amphitheater

The Bowman Library is celebrating the grand opening of the new amphitheater with a Rally for Reading today from 10:30 AM to 2 PM.

A ribbon cutting ceremony will start things off followed by a puppet show, stories and interactive musical play in the children’s room.

Then back at the amphitheater they will hold a Children’s Concert by Tony M. Music and a Biodiversity program from the North Mountain Wildlife Center.

There will also be a magician, face paintings, a bounce house, food served by the Boy Scouts and more!

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The amphitheater will host many upcoming programs and events including Frederick County Parks and Recreation’s Sunset Series.

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LFCC celebrates the grand opening of Jenkins Hall in Luray

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Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) celebrated the grand opening of the new permanent site at the former Wrangler Annex building in Luray.

The 13,000 square foot Jenkins Hall features classrooms, science and health labs, trades lab, boardroom and student commons area.

The modern state of the art labs are a huge step forward for the college in Luray.

The facility was being used back in Jan. but with limited classes.

Because of the pandemic the grand opening was delayed.

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CCBF New Museum Grand Opening

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Cedar Creek Battlefield Foundation is hosting a grand opening for their new museum today off Valley Pike in Middletown.

The grand opening will take place at 11 am with a ceremony at 10:30. 

The event will feature living historians of famous civil war figures such as General’s Philip Sheridan and Jubal Early.

The new museum will feature artifacts from the battle of Cedar Creek and across the Shenandoah Valley.

Upgrades have also been made to the center’s gift shop, Sutler Space and Heater House vision wall, all of which will be open to visitors.

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