March marks the month we shake off the sleepiness of winter, reset our clocks and celebrate the start of spring. March also brings to Waynesboro some exciting events for the gardener and theatregoer to kick off the new season! Come see where good nature comes naturally!
Join us as we present A Gardener's Palette. We'll dip your brush in a variety of topics: permaculture, food, art, natives, and new selections. The event offers something for everyone from novice home gardener to experienced horticulturist. In the end, we'll have a canvas filled with colors and perspectives to consider and put in practice. Proceeds from the event support our horticulture department's Bloom Program.
The newly renovated historic Wayne Theatre opened their doors in March of 2016, offering a dynamic schedule in the first year of operation. Looking forward to Spring and Summer, this season has something for everyone! In March alone you can enjoy shows like the Annie Moses Band, PUSH Physical Theatre, a full Storytelling Weekend, the U.S. Army Field Band, Graeme of Thrones and so much more!
This musical journey through Ireland features fiddle tunes and claw hammer banjo performed by Alex Caton with guitarist and vocalist Pat Egan. Caton is a native of England and Scotland who now resides in Gordonsville. Pat Egan hails from County Tipperary, Ireland and currently lives in Leesburg. The duo recently collaborated on the recording, Fiddle Tune and Ballads.
Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley of central Virginia, Waynesboro is a charming small town known for its historic Main Street crossing the South River with a great view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. But most notably, it's surrounded by some of the most beautiful outdoor space in the eastern United States. You'll find more than 100 scenic overlooks and nearly 700 miles of hiking trails in the region.