DON’T MISS THIS BOOK SIGNING
The Garden Secrets of Bunny Mellon
There will be a book signing for the “Garden Secrets of Bunny Mellon” at Second Chapter Books in Middleburg on Saturday, October 24 from 2-5 p.m.
The three authors: Linda Jane Holden, Thomas Lloyd and Bryan Huffman will be on hand to sign.
BIG BARN SALE
The Blue Moon consignment shop is holding a White Barn Sale on October 23, 24 and 25 at 119 The Plains Road near Middleburg.
It will feature hundreds of items—tables, chairs, rugs, lamps, mirrors, sofas, sideboards, hutches, desks and much more.
Friday hours are 5-8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Blue Moon shop at 7a West Washington St. will also remain open, several blocks away from the barn sale.
All Covid safety precautions will be in place, including mask requirements and safe distancing.
ATTENTION CAT LOVERS
The Middleburg Humane Foundation recently began a spay and neuter service at their state-of-the-art clinic at their new shelter in Marshall.
This onsite clinic was made possible through a new partnership with Caring Hands Animal Support & Education and the Animal Welfare League of Arlington. Staff and volunteers along with veterinarians and vet techs worked together to check cats in and prepare them for the surgery as well as vaccinations, micro-chipping and recovery.
This is not a new concept and it should be noted that the Fauquier SPCA in Midland began a similar service in 2008 for feral cats and have since treated 3001 felines. This is the oldest spay and neuter service in Virginia.
This program was initiated by the late Sharon Maloney, the president and a life long major force with this group.
To contact the Middleburg Humane in Marshall call 540-364-3272 or https://www.middleburghumane.org.
For the Fauquier SPCA in Midland call 540 788-9000 or https://www.fauquierspca.com.
HUNT COUNTRY TRUCK SHOW COMING TO THE PLAINS
October 22nd & 23rd
At Baileywyck Antiques
Designer Mark Rykken of Britches Bespoke
The custom clothiers who years ago dressed Michael Douglas in the blockbuster movie Wall Street and recently created the anchors of NBC’s Monday Night Football — all to their exact sizes —are coming, to Baileywyck
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