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Creekside Village Owners Association

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P. O. Box 438

Basye, Virginia 22810

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November 1-7–Northern Shenandoah Valley.
Virginia Cooperative Extension will offer a six-session “Managing Your Money” series beginning the week of November 1st. The series is designed to help people strengthen their personal finances. The series in Luray will be held at the Page Memorial Hospital Board Room, 200 Memorial Drive, from 6-8pm on Tuesdays, beginning November 1st. In Woodstock at the Shenandoah County Government Center Room 100-A, 600 N. Main Street, from 6-8pm on Wednesdays, beginning November 2nd. Winchester at Our Health Eagles Board Room, 329 N. Cameron Street, from 12:30-2:30pm on Thursdays, beginning November 3rd. Front Royal at the Warren County Sheriff’s Office Community Room, 200 Skyline Vista Drive, from 6-8 pm on Mondays, beginning November 7th. The registration fee for the series is $20.00. People can register at: https://vce.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7OfVmHFLUtOI5z8.
 
November 1-28–Grottoes.
Join us at Grand Caverns, 5 Grand Caverns Blvd, for the following tours: History Tour on the 1st-4th, Walking Tour on the 1st-30th, The Crawl Tour on the 5th/23rd, Geology Specialty Tour on the 7th, Rock Bottom Adventure Tour on the 7th/12th/26th/28th, The Gauntlet Adventure Tour on the 12th/26th. For more details visit fareharbor.com/embeds/book/grandcaverns/items/?flow=8274 or call 540-249-5705.
 
November 1-30–Afton.
Rockfish Gap Hawk Watch on Afton Mountain, 10am-3pm. Come join us as we witness this great migration. This month will bring peak flights for Goshawk, Red-shouldered Hawk, Red-tailed Hawk and Golden Eagle. 434-249-2927 or www.rockfishgaphawkwatch.org/.
 
November 4-6–Swoope.
Join North Mountain Outfitter and Nicole Depauw for a “Cowgirl Yoga” weekend of all things Yoga and Horses while staying in a cozy and well-equipped bunkhouse. This adventure is suitable for Yogis and riders of all levels of experience. No Yoga or horse experience? No problem. 540-886-7768  or www.northmtnoutfitter.com/cowgirl-yoga-weekend/.
 
November 4-17–Blacksburg.
Join the Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech for the following performances: Danish String Quartet on the 4th, “Anastasia” on the 8th, Ahuti on the 12th, Soweto Gospel Choir on the 17th. For times and ticket information www.artscenter.vt.edu/ or 540-231-5200.
 
November 4-28–Waynesboro.
Wayne Theatre, 521 W. Main Street, presents “Gaelic Storm” on the 4th at 7:30pm; “Nunsense” on 11-13 and 18-20. “A Christmas Carol” on the 28th at 7:00pm. For more shows and information call 540-943-9999 or visit www.waynetheatre.org.
 
November –Fort Defiance.
2nd Annual Fall Festival, from 10am to 4pm at the Museum of the Augusta Military Academy, 1640 Lee Highway. 540-248-3007 or amaalumni.org/events/.
 
November 5–Winchester.
The Battlefield Half Marathon will be held at Kernstown Battlefield, 610 Battle Park Drive, from 8am-noon. At 13.1 miles the race is for casual runners but is a challenge for more seasoned participants. Not up for doing all of the 13.1 miles, grab a group of friends or co-workers and put together a two or four person relay team. For more information or to register call 540-662-4946 or visit fcprdrun.wixsite.com/runatthetop/battlefieldhalf.
 
November 5–Strasburg.
6th Annual Grilled Cheese + Tomato Soup Festival, from 11am-4pm, rain or shine. Start at the Market Pavilion in the Square to register, get your button and pick up your map and ballot. Live music by “SoledOut”. Rain or shine. Admission fee, kids 10 and under are free. 540-465-9197 or strasburgva.com/community/page/6th-annual-grilled-cheese-tomato-soup-festival.
 
November 5–Berryville.
Experience Clarke County’s history through “Heritage Day” at  Burwell-Morgan Mill, 32 E. Main Street, from 11am-4pm. Try your hand at period living, historical crafts and living history demonstrations. Free but donations encouraged. Visit www.clarkehistory.org/events.html or call 540-955-2600.
 
November 5–Delaplane.
Follow your nose to the Log Cabin at Sky Meadows State Park, 11012 Edmonds Lane to see what tasty treats are cooking on the hearth and try the historic recipes at home, 12-3pm  Also the forge is fired up and the blacksmiths are hard at work in the Historic Area. Call 540-592-3556 or visit www.dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/event?id=2022-01-06-09-10-26-696502-wi3.
 
November 5–Harrisonburg.
The Westover Holiday Craft Show will be held at the Cecil F. Gilkerson Community Activities Center, 305 South Dogwood Drive, from 9am-2pm. Free admission. 540-433-2474 or www.harrisonburgva.gov/westover-holiday-craft-show.
 
November 5-6–Monterey.
VAST will be holding a Rocket Launch on the 5th and a Tripoli Research Launch on the 6th at Jack Mountain Village, 3003 Jackson River Road, starting 10am, but is subject to participation and the weather. Everyone is invited to bring their rockets and fly them or just watch. valleyaerospace.com/index.php/calendar/vast-research-launch-1121 or 540-468-2550.
 
November 5-20–Fishersville.
Augusta Expo events: Woodturners Expo on the 5th-6th, Fall Arts and Crafts Show on the 12th-13th,  Remote Area Medical “Free Medical Care” on the 19th-20th. 540-337-2552 or www.augustaexpo.com/shows.
 
November 6–Shenandoah.
Veterans Service will be held at the Veterans Park, Virginia Avenue, at 3pm. 540-652-8164.
 
November 6–Harrisonburg.
Join us downtown for an in-person celebration of those, past and present, who have made our nation’s freedom possible with the Veterans Parade from 2-3pm. 540-432-8922.
 
November 11–Natural Park.
The National Park Service invites all visitors to remember our veterans by visiting any National Park Service site for free on Veterans Day. Many national parks have direct connections to the American military, there are dozens of battlefields, military parks, and historic sites that commemorate and honor the service of American veterans. Check out your park information at nps.gov/planyourvisit/fee-free-parks.htm.
 
November 11–Lexington.
The Virginia Military Institute celebrates 183 years with the Founders Day Parade Open to the public. Visit calendar.vmi.edu/#!view/event/date/20221111/event_id/3162 or.call for start time, 540-464-7230.
 
November 11-12–Staunton.
To members and supporters of the 116th Infantry Regiment, it is a genuine pleasure to invite you and your guests to participate in the “54th Annual Muster and Reunion” of the 116th Infantry Regiment, that will be held at the Hotel 24 South, 24 South Market Street. For information visit 116thfoundation.org/muster/ or call 540-248-0116.
 
November 11-13–Roanoke.
The Junior League of Roanoke Valley will have their annual shopping extravaganza “Stocked Market” at the Berglund Center. The proceeds are used to further the JLRV’s mission of empowering women leaders and giving back to the community. 540-343-3663.
 
November 11-31–Staunton.
The Augusta Art Center’s “Art for Gifts” will be held in the galleries of the R.R. Smith Center for History and Art, 20 South New Street. Featuring handmade traditional holiday presents, like greeting cards, ornaments, mixed media artwork, textiles and more. All proceeds serve the mission of the organization, supporting local artists and providing arts education and experiences to all members of the community. 540-885-2028.
 
November 12–McGaheysville.
X2 Comedy Night at Brix and Columns Vineyards, 1501 Dave Berry Road, 7:30pm. Create memories and enjoy wine and structure with hearty laughs. X2 Comedy’s popular comedy shows are high quality clean comedy PG-13 events, featuring the most sought after hilarious local, regional and national comedians. Buy tickets at www.x2comedy.com or 540-560-3356.
 
November 12–Stanley.
Join the Fire Department to celebrate the veterans in the community and thank them for their service and dedication to the community and country. www.facebook.com/SVFD24/ or 540-778-3454.
 
November 12–Roanoke.
Join us in downtown at 11am for our Veterans Parade to honor our military service personnel. Bring your family and friends and show your support and patriotism. Call 540-982-2860 or www.virginiasveteransparade.org/.
 
November 12-13–Winchester.
The Virginia Gourd Show, Sale and Competition will be held at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, 901 Amherst Street, starting 10am both days. Meet the gourd art experts and artisans that will be on site selling art/raw gourds for your own crafting purposes. Free admission to the show and sale. MSV admission fee applies to visit the gardens and galleries. 540-662-1473, ext. 235 or vlgs.org/virginia-gourd-show.
 
November 18-20–Waynesboro.
The Wildlife Center of Virginia invites you to the 27th Annual “Call of the Wild” conference on wildlife rehabilitation. Co-sponsored by the Wildlife rehabilitators, veterinary professionals, wildlife biologists, and wildlife enthusiasts from Virginia and beyond will share ideas and knowledge that can benefit wildlife, the environment, and the continually evolving field of wildlife rehabilitation. To register 540-942-9453 or whova.com/portal/registration/cowc_202211/.
 
November  19–Luray.
Annual 5k/1k turkey trot hosted by Page Alliance for Community Action and Page County Public Schools. Held at Mechanic Street Lot, Hawksbill Greenway, from 9:30-noon. 540-743-4142.
 
November 19–Front Royal.
The 11th Annual Tails and Ales event will be held at the Front Royal Moose Lodge starting at 5:30pm. This fundraising event features a catered dinner/beer/wine included in the ticket price, a silent auction and a chance to win $1,000. Tickets will be available at the Shelter, or on our website for $40.00 each. Proceeds of this event support the shelters ongoing mission of providing compassionate care to our resident homeless animals. Call 540-635-4734 x 226 or hswcevents.org/event-details/.
 
November 19–Edinburg.
Trout Fishing in the Shenandoah National Park Workshop at Murray’s Fly Shop, 121 S. Main Street, from 10am-noon. My goal in this workshop is to help you get familiar with the native brook trout streams in the Shenandoah National Park including the best times of year to fly fish, the major hatches, stream access, and tactics. In a classroom setting, I will feature a slide show and a map review of the Shenandoah National Park in order to share with you my 40+ years of fishing in these small mountain streams. To register call 540-984-4212.
 
November 19–Bridgewater.
Holiday Celebration Extravaganza. Gala Concert and Party @ One Eleven Main in Shenandoah Valley's Town of Bridgewater, at 6pm. For more information and to purchase tickets go to www.eventbrite.com/e/449375904427.
 
November 21-January 1–Staunton.
For the 17th year in a row, beautiful Gypsy Hill Park’s 214 acres will be aglow with holiday lights, from 5-11pm each evening. This event is free and open to the public. 540-886-3040 or celebrationoflights.org/.
 
November 24–Stephens City.
What better way to begin your Thanksgiving Day than this benefit event held at Sherando High School. Run, walk, or stroll prior to your Thanksgiving feast. This 5k run is an electronic chip timed event. Prizes will be awarded. Proceeds benefit the Frederick County Parks & Recreation Play Fund, People Lending Assistance to Youth Fund. Call 540-665-5600 or visit fcprdrun.wixsite.com/runatthetop/thanksgiving-day-5k
 
November 24–Lexington.
The Lexington-Rockbridge Jaycees 11th Annual Lexington Gobble Wobble 5k at the Upper Maury River Middle School Parking Lot. We will be hosting both a 5k-walk or run and a Children’s Fun Run, making this a community event the whole family can participate in. So come out and enjoy the festivities, but don’t worry, we’ll still get you home in time to put the turkey in the oven. Open to runners/walkers of all abilities. Strollers welcome. Pets on a leash are welcome. runsignup.com/Race/VA/Lexington/LexingtonGobbleWobble or 540-460-9591.
 
November 25–Lexington.
Candlelight Processional and Community Tree Lighting starting with singing carols down Main Street to Hopkins Green and watch as the Community Tree is lit. Line up begins at 5:15pm at the Main Street entrance to Oak Grove Cemetery where candles and holiday songbooks will be distributed. At 5:30 pm Santa and Mrs. Claus will lead the Processional down Main Street in a horse drawn carriage provided by the Lexington Carriage Company. The Processional will arrive at Hopkins Green, where caroling will continue and the Community Tree will be lit. 540-319-4181 or  www.mainstreetlexington.org/events.html.
 
November 25–Lexington.
Pet Luminary at Hopkin’s Green is a fundraiser for the SPCA. Luminaries are a great way to honor your pet and their importance to you and your family at this special time of year. The Luminaries become part of the backdrop for the event that kicks off the holiday season. The luminaries are $6.00 each or 3 for $15.00.  You can specify that they are in memory or in honor of a pet or a person. The cut-off day to receive orders for luminaries is 19th. 540-463-5123 or rockbridgespca.net/events/pet-luminaries.
 
November 25–Natural Bridge.
Curious about what (or whooo!) comes out after the sun sets? Join park rangers at Natural Bridge State Park, 6477 S. Lee Highway at Skyline Trailhead Parking Lot, 6-7pm, for a nighttime nature walk. Learn about nocturnal animals, the stars, and why dark skies are essential. The hike covers about 1.5 miles, involves going up and down a large hill, and may not be suitable for all hikers. Call 540-291-1326 to make your reservation. Cost is $5 per adult and $2 per child. Maximum 20 participants.
 
November 25-January 1–Clearbrook.
“Walking in a Winter Wonderland”  Presented by Navy Federal Credit Union and Small Solutions Heating and Air Conditioning. A lighted walking holiday tour through Clearbook Park. Highlights include hundreds of thousands of lights, nightly appearances by Santa and his elves, and a wonderful computer controlled display coordinated with music. Call 540-665-5600 or visit fcva.us/departments/parks-recreation/special-events.
 
November 26–Delaplane.
The “A Holiday Through the Centuries” event will be held at Sky Meadows State Park, 11012 Edmonds Lane, from 11am-4pm. Sky Meadows’ Historic Area comes alive with the sights, sounds and smells of the holidays. To kick off our holiday season, the Historic Area will be filled with the aroma of tasty holiday treats cooking over the hearth in the Log Cabin, uncover the traditions and stories of holidays past, as well as sounds of the season in Mount Bleak House. Visit each of the outbuildings in the park’s Historic Area and discover how the people who called Sky Meadows “home” celebrated the holidays from 1843 to 1943. dcr.virginia.gov/state-parks/event?id=2022-08-24-13-37-03-429466-xrm or 540-592-3556.
 
November 28–Winchester.
The Holiday Parade begins at 7pm. The parade typically features floats, bands, and vehicles representing local organizations. Santa himself will most certainly make an appearance, too. The annual tree lighting will take place immediately following the parade. 540-773-3847 or oldtownwinchesterva.com/2022/09/2022-holiday-parade-tree-lighting/.
 
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