March is Marvelous in Middleburg

single yellow daffodil in front of shops in Middleburg

Come out of hibernation in Middleburg, Virginia this March! We have an enormous number of special events in store for you and your whole family to enjoy, kicking off what is sure to be a fabulous spring in Western Loudoun County.

Remember we are not just a weekend getaway destination! We are open for daily business year-round and have everything you need, from hair salons to financial advisors to health care practitioners and schools, in addition to our unique restaurants, shops and galleries.

We will see you soon!

An Equestrian Perspective: “What can you do about Buttercups and tick-borne Theileria?” at the National Sporting Library

With spring approaching and warmer weather bringing new life to our environment, equestrians have a lot to prepare for! Join the NSLM for a talk with Virginia Cooperative Extension – Loudoun (VCE Loudoun) to discuss the management of Buttercup before it flowers in your pastures this spring and Theileria Orientalis, a tickborne protozoon with an increasing presence in Virginia.

This is a free program.

Please contact the Clarice & Robert H. Smith Education Coordinator Emily Reeb for any questions at

Sip & Mix Business Mixer at Goodstone Inn & Restaurant

The Goodstone Inn & Restaurant invites you to a Mix & Sip on March 9 at the Goodstone Carriage House from 6-7:30 pm.

Goodstone has an incredible evening planned for local business folks! Bring your business card to enter a drawing to win exciting door prizes and a chance to win a free night stay at Goodstone while you enjoy hors d’ouvers, a selection of wines or the evening’s signature cocktail!

The Goodstone Inn & Restaurant is located at 36205 Snake Hill Road in Middleburg, just a short three-mile drive from the traffic light in Town.

“The Levys of Monticello” Screening at The Hill School

The Middleburg Library Advisory Board invites you to join us for the second event in our new Local Book and Author Series: a screening of the award-winning documentary, The Levys of Monticello, followed by a Q&A with Middleburg author Marc Leepson, whose book, Saving Monticello, was the inspiration for the film. It takes place on Tuesday, March 14, at 6:00 p.m. at The Hill School Auditorium in Middleburg.

The Levys of Monticello tells a little-known but important and fascinating story of historic preservation, architectural history, and Jewish-American history: the Levy family’s 89-year stewardship of Thomas Jefferson’s Essay in Architecture. U.S. Navy officer Uriah Phillips Levy—a hero of the War of 1812 who became the Navy’s first Jewish commodore—and his nephew Jefferson Monroe Levy owned Monticello from 1834-1923 and saved it from ruin on two occasions.

Journalist and historian Marc Leepson is the author of nine books, including Saving Monticello, Flag: An American Biography, and biographies of the Marquis de Lafayette, Francis Scott Key, and Army Staff Sgt. Barry Sadler. He will be signing copies of Saving Monticello before and after the screening.

Goodyear Fellow Dr. Sylvia Earle Presentation at Foxcroft

Dr. Sylvia Earle, a legendary oceanographer and ocean advocate who holds the record for the deepest walk on the sea floor, has been named the 2023 Alison Harrison Goodyear ’29 Fellow. Dr. Earle will speak to the community about her life experiences and advocacy on Thursday, March 23, at 7pm in the Engelhard Gymnasium at Foxcroft.

This event is open to families and the local community. Admission is free, but seating is limited.

At The Parish House Welcomes The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington

Fresh from a performance at the White House, an ensemble of the The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC, will sing at Middleburg’s Emmanuel Church Parish House on March 25th. Performing will be the Rock Creek Singers, a 32-voice chamber ensemble that sings classical, pop, Broadway and everything in between.

This concert is part of Emmanuel’s At The Parish House arts series.

The Piedmont Fox Hounds 81st Point-to-Point Races

Join the Piedmont Fox Hounds for their 81st Point to Point Races on Saturday, March 25!

Post time for the first race is 12:30 pm. The races run rain or shine, so dress for the weather and wear sensible shoes! Bring the entire family for a great day in the countryside.

General Admission is $20 at the gate.

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