CALENDAR OF EVENTS: February, 2021
Some events may be postponed or canceled.
Contact the event hosts for updates.
February 1-28–Waynesboro.
The Wayne Theater presents the following: Monday 1st, Buddy Holly Story, (film) 2pm and 7pm; Friday 5th, Studio Wayne: Beginner Hip Hop Experience, Instructor: TBA, 4pm; Monday 8th, Born Yesterday (film) at 2pm and 7pm; Tuesday 9th, Science Talk: Shenandoah Geology, Speaker: Jim Beard, PH.D. 7pm; Monday 15th, Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex, (film) 2pm and 7pm; Monday15th and Tuesday16th, Studio Wayne: Teen Improv Instructor Lesley Larsen 4pm; Monday 22nd Gigi (film) 2pm and 7pm. For  information about these shows visit 540-943-9999.

February 1-28–Delaplane.
Got kids? Don’t miss the Children’s Discovery Area at Sky Meadows State Park, 11012 Edmonds Lane. Conveniently located next to the Picnic Area the Children’s Discovery Area offers a safe space where you and your kids can explore, play, and hike together in the outdoors. Create your own fun at different play stations or grab a TRACK Trail brochure to start your hiking adventure. The trail is designed so that each time you pick up a different brochure, you experience something new along its .7 mile length. The Children’s Discovery Area is open daily, 8am to dusk. 540-592-3556.

February 5-28–Lexington.
Tentative event schedule at the Virginia Horse Center: Lexington Country Horse Show II “A”, on 5th-7th; The Barracks Horse Show on 12th-14th; Winter Tournament/UPHA Show on 13th-14th; House Mountain Horse Show (Hunter/Jumper)  on 19th-21st; Winter Tournament on the 20th; Lone Star Rodeo on 26th-27th; Polar Bear/House Mountain Horse Show (Hunter/Jumper) on the 26th-28th. 540-464-2950 or visit

February 6–Harrisonburg. 
Looking for a great deal on fabric and a way to support the museum? The Virginia Quilt Museum, 301 South Main Street, will hold a “Stash Blast” from 10am-2pm. Fabric will be on sale for $9.00 a pound.Precautions will be taken to help maintain social distancing and limit contact between different groups shopping. Call 540-433-3818 or visit

February 7–Lexington.
Celebrate the Super Bowl with Frank’s stingin’ honey garlic wings, Frank’s buffalo wings, cattleman’s BBQ wings and flatbread pizzas at The Marketplace, 204 West Washington Street. Be sure to get there early for your chance to win a free swag from Frank’s RedHot. 540-458-8400.

February 12-14–Luray.
Plunge into Lake Arrowhead for a chance to win some great prizes. Dress in your favorite costume for a chance to win a prize. All participants that plunge in person or send proof of their plunge receive a medal. Participants can plunge in person on Saturday February 13th from 11am-2pm, or take the plunge virtually on the 12th and 14th. Registration is only $20.00 per person. Hosted by Page Alliance For Community Action. 540-742-9386.

February 13–Winchester.
We are excited to announce that Frogtown Music is sponsoring our second season of the Top of Virginia Bluegrass Series to benefit the Frederick County Educational Foundation. Featuring “Sideline and Shannon Bielski & Moonlight Drive”. The show will be held at Millbrook High School. Doors open at 6pm and the show begins at 7 pm. Details and ticket information can be found on or call John Burns 540-955-4786 or Bruce Carpenter 540-539-0257.

February 15–Harrisonburg. 
Massanutten Regional Library, 174 South Main Street is hosting Zoom Story Time with Ms. Stephani, live via Zoom at 10am-10:30am. The theme for the story is friendship. Registration is limited to 10 families. If after registering you realize that you are unable to attend, please let us know so that your spot may be given to the next family on the wait list. To register: Contact us 540-434-4475 ext. 137 or

February 17–Winchester.
Vinyl Night at Alesatian Brewing Co., 23 North Loudoun Street.You bring it, we spin it music venue. Bring your favorite records and we will play them for you. 6pm-10pm. Listeners welcome, free admission. Call 540-667-2743 or

February 18–Winchester.
Come out and join us for a fun night of excellent music, food, and fellowship. West Oaks Farm Market and Event Venue 4305 Middle Road. “Springfield Exit” is a phenomenal bluegrass band local to the Shenandoah Valley. Doors open at 6pm, dinner served at 6:30pm, show begins at 7pm. $12 admission for show, $20 for admission plus dinner, cash/card bar available. or 540-539-8175.

February 21–Toms Brook.
Sunday Horsemanship Class at Journey Up Farm & Stables, 216 Colby Lane, 1:30-2:30pm. New topics every week. Includes educational materials, a snack, and a great time with horses. These are unmounted lessons, but you will get to interact with the horses. ARIA Certified instructor will teach you about many different horse topics. Call 540-233-1976 to register or

February 23–Harrisonburg.
The Edith J. Carrier Arboretum and the Litten Family present the 14th Annual Frances Litten Botanical Lecture. Each year a speaker from the field of botany, horticulture, agriculture, or other related fields is brought to present an educational lecture to members of the faculty, staff, students and the general public, in memory of Frances Litten. JMU Festival Ballroom Grand, 7pm-9pm. Contact Morgan Paixao for more info:, 540-568-3194.

February 27–Waynesboro. 
A battle awaits you at Coyner Springs Park as we pay homage to our City’s namesake, General “Mad” Anthony Wayne, with the 10th Annual Mad Anthony Mud Run. Expect a challenging course with numerous “Battles” and ankle deep mud in spots. Should the race be postponed due to inclement weather it will be made up on Saturday, March 3, 2021. The post race party and awards ceremony will be held at The Coyner Springs Shelter, located adjacent to the finish line. The party ends at 12pm. Race day registration will be taken from 8am-8:45am. Info at

February 27–Edinburg.
Smallmouth Fishing on the Shenandoah River Workshop, presented by Murray’s Fly Shop, 121 South Main Street, 10am-12pm. This 2-hour class will show you the best access points on both the North Fork and South Fork of the Shenandoah River by utilizing my master map and the books I have written. I will be presenting a slide show on how to fish streamers, nymphs, and topwater flies in the various sections of the river as the season progresses. My goal with this class is to help you find excellent fishing throughout the Shenandoah Valley for smallmouth bass. $20. 540-984-4212.
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