Get Out and Play Day in Front Royal

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The Town of Front Royal is celebrating Get Out and Play Day with a day full of activities.

Things will get started at the Main Street Gazebo at 10 am and go till 4 pm.

The event will focus on different ways to have fun outdoors. There will be guest speakers, demonstrations, and activities for the kids.

The event is free to attend for the whole family including the furry four legged members.

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Touch-A-Truck to benefit Discovery Museum

The Top of Virginia Building Association is hosting a touch-a-truck event to support the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum.

The event will take place at the Frederick County Fairgrounds today from 11 am to 5 pm.

This is a great opportunity for kids to have a hands-on learning experience with local fire and rescue vehicles, heavy construction equipment, and other vehicles.

Tickets to the event cost $5 per person or $20 a carload of less than 6.

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Vintage in the Valley returns to Strasburg

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The 3rd Annual Vintage in the Valley Festival is back in Strasburg.

Things got started with a decades dance last night.

Today will feature a variety of vendors throughout downtown, live demonstrations of blacksmiths, woodworking, candle making and more at the Strasburg Emporium, and a wine garden in the Square.

Some other events throughout the day will include a car show, fashion show, horse drawn carriage rides, historical storytelling, and a showing of the Wizard of Oz under the stars.

Sunday will cap things off with the Ole Timers baseball game.

For a full list of events and times, head to the festival’s Facebook page

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Virginia Gourd Show comes to MSV

The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley is hosting the Virginia Gourd Show and Sale today and tomorrow from 10 AM to 5 PM.

Virginia Lover’s Gourd Society has put on this free event for 15 years.

They have dedicated themselves to educating the benefits of gourd gardening and the use of them in arts and crafts.

At this event, you can meet experts from the VLGS to discuss different art techniques and watch live demonstrations.

Some of their pieces will be available for sale including birdhouses, instruments, bowls, and more.

This year’s award winning gourds will also be on display.

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