Front Royal celebrates Earth Day

The Town of Front Royal will host their Earth Day celebration today starting at 10 am at the Main Street Gazebo.

There will be live music, food, and fun for the whole family.

Nature and conservation groups will also be on hand to discuss a range of topics including ways to explore the outdoors like hiking and fishing and green technology like solar panels and electric vehicles.

At 3:30 pm, the local Tree Stewards will lead a tree planting to help demonstrate the town’s commitment to its Tree City USA status.

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A webinar is scheduled for the proposed Rail Trail

Traffic Update

A webinar will be held on the proposed Rail Trail project Jul. 21 at 7 p.m..

The proposed project hopes to pave unused train tracks from Broadway to Front Royal.

This is an over 48 mile long tracked that will run up the Shenandoah Valley for hiking, biking and recreation.

Over 8,000 people responded to the The Virginia Department of Conservation and the Virginia Department of Transportation’s survey on the project.

Register for the webinar at the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation‘s website where you also find additional information on the project.

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