Grab a flight and get your weekend started off right! 50 West offers $10 flights of red or white wine every Friday from 1-8 p.m.!
How about a little live music from a favorite area musician? 50 West is featuring Jason Masi on Saturday and Far Away Songs on Sunday.
Join Gold Cup’s Sushi Chef Seuong Seo to learn the art of sushi hand rolling and how to select fish to best present its freshness in sushi. $79 per person. For more information, please call 540-326-4070. Price does not include tax and gratuity.
Top off your favorite winter beverage with your choice of marshmallow vodka, Baileys, Brandy or Peppermint Schnapps, plus an assortment of toppings like sprinkles, flavored whip cream, and more. It is your new winter survival kit! $14 per beverage
Don’t forget to head to the Thirsty Fox Lounge for PaintNite! Paint a masterpiece on a wine glass and enjoy discounted glasses and bottles of Three Fox wine! Sign up here!
Start 2018 by learning how to manage stress better with Salamander’s Weekend of Mindfulness retreat. Join Dr. Martha Calihan and Turi Nevin-Turkel as they guide you through an entire weekend getaway to learn the impact of mindfulness on your health and wellness. While enjoying our luxurious accommodations, this life-changing weekend will teach you practical techniques on how to manage stress through mindful breathing, movement, meditation and eating.
If you haven’t seen it yet or want to catch another glimpse before it closes, this is your last chance to see “The Horse in Ancient Greek Art” at the National Sporting Library & Museum. The exhibit features Greek vases, sculpture, and coins from the 8th through the 4th centuries BCE drawn from private collections, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Tampa Museum of Art, and other museum collections. The exhibition and accompanying publication explore the significance of the horse in ancient Greek culture, and imagery of the horse in ancient myth, war, sport, and competition. From some of the earliest examples of the horse in Greek art, to stunning examples of black and red-figure vases, the objects on view illustrate ancient equestrian life.
This unique event is the opportunity for you and a date to attend dinner at one of Middleburg and Upperville’s beautiful and historic estates, while supporting the animals at Middleburg Humane Foundation.
Estates include Tiger Trap, Alston, Edgewood, Carrig Spring, Burnt Mill and more.
All placements for dinner will be drawn by lottery. Once tickets are purchased, a representative from the Middleburg Humane Foundation will contact you 10 days prior to the event with your personal information regarding the estate dinner you will attend. Please be sure to include your email and mobile phone number when purchasing tickets so they may contact you regarding potential food restrictions. Tickets are $180 per person. Cocktail attire.
Purchase tickets online here. RSVP by Jan. 6. Reservations are limited.