Town of Middleburg
Newsletter
April 12, 2019



Upcoming Events in and around Middleburg:


Saturday, April 13, 8-10:30 am - Middleburg Clean Up Day!  Middleburg please mark your calendars for the 2019 Town-wide spring cleanup! Saturday April 13th from 8:00 am - 10:30 am beginning at the Middleburg Community Center. Spread the word!!

Saturday, April 13, 8:00 p.m. - The Hill School - The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey.  This one-man Broadway show written and performed by James Lecesne centers on 14-year-old Leonard Pelkey who mysteriously disappears from a small, New Jersey shore town and the secrets of the townspeople brought to light as everyone is forced to examine the effect of one boy's life on a fractured community. This one-of-a-kind theatrical event is brought to Middleburg by A Place To Be with the generous support of Ken Dreyfuss and Teresa Wheeler. *This show contains mature language and is not recommended for children under 17. Tickets $25 Buy online at absolutebrightness.eventbrite.com

Saturday, April 13
11 am to 12 pm - Pups to Perfection with Crest Hill Dog Training at Tri-County Feeds, Fashions, Finds
1 to 2 pm - Parkour aka Urban Agility with Crest Hill Dog Training at Tri-County Feeds, Fashions, Finds
1 to 3 pm - Flower Arranging 101 with Wollam Gardens at Tri-County Feeds, Fashions, Finds
Events at Tri-County Feeds, Fashions, Finds are located at 7408 John Marshall Hwy

Sunday, April 14, 4 pm - The Middleburg Concert Series Presents:  Music in the Winds, featuring The Van Buren Winds.  Concert held at the Middleburg United Methodist Church.  Please see flyer below for more info or go to eventbrite.com for reservations.

Wednesday, April 17, 9 am - 3 pm - DMV 2 GO is coming back to Middleburg!  Come see the wireless DMV office on wheels.  Full list of services in flyer below.  

Friday, April 19, 10 am to 3 pm - Nutrena Nutrition Consultation with Doug Leavitt at Tri-County Feeds, Fashions, Finds

Saturday, April 20, 1 pm (post time)  - Middleburg Spring Races at Glenwood Park (rain or shine).  For tickets or more info please go to middleburgspringraces.com or call (540) 687-6545

Wednesday April 24, 6:00 pm   & Saturday April 27, 9:00 am  - Loudoun 2040 Public Input Session.  Show up and voice your priorities for shaping Loudoun's Future.  The Board of Supervisors will be holding public input sessions when Loudoun residents can voice their priorities.   The April 24th Hearing will be held at Government Center, One Harrison Street, first floor, Leesburg, Virginia 20175.  The April 27th hearing will be held at the LCPS Administration Building at 21000 Education Court  Ashburn Virginia    To sign up to speak, please call the Clerk's office at (703) 777-0200.  For information on talking points or how to contact your Supervisor, please go to PEC's web site at: 
For more information, please contact Covington@PECVa.org


Saturday, April 27, 9 am - Arbor Day Celebration at The Hill School.  The Town of Middleburg has again been awarded Tree City USA for 2018!  Come out and enjoy the festivities!

Saturday, April 27 - National Drug Take-Back Day and Used Battery Collection at the Town Office parking lot.  Keep old drugs and batteries from affecting our water by recycling them safely.  Sponsored by the Middleburg Police Department and the Go Green Committee.

Saturday, April 27 - Sunrise Yoga at Courtland Farm, VA (Aldie Farm)  

Sunday, April 28, 1 pm (Post Time) - Middleburg Hunt Point-To-Point races at Glenwood Park.  Please see flyer below for more details about admission and events or go to:  middleburghunt.com

Wednesday, May 1, 6:45-9:00 pm --  "Stomp Out the Silence" Stewards of Children Training at Middleburg Library -- Join us for an empowering training and learn the 5 Steps to Protecting Children. Doors open at 6:45pm, training begins promptly at 7pm. If you are an educator, you can receive CEU for this training.  

Saturday, May 4, 8 am - 12 pm - Opening Day of the Middleburg Farmers Market 2019 Season!


Saturday, May 5, 3:30-5:30 pm - 
ART OPENING! Meet the artists at Middleburg Common Grounds May 5th 3:30-5:30 with percentage of sales to benefit A Place To Be. The Orlean Artist Collective will be having a multi artist show the entire month of May. Come out and enjoy a coffee and art and support A Place To Be. Artists involved are Alison Jackson, Cody Leeser, Julie McGuire,& Denise Wiitala.


Saturday, May 11, 2:00 p.m. - The Hill School The A Place To Be Community Spring Recital - Celebrate with our clients and their families as they showcase their progress and music therapy accomplishments through performing original artistic creations or choosing songs and music that are meaningful to them. Don't miss this opportunity to Experience A Place To Be! FREE Admission.

Saturday, May 11, 8 am - 12 pm - Middleburg Community Farmers Market

Saturday, May 18, 10 am - 4 pm - Spring Art in the Burg!  Come out to see local artists display and sell their work.  Musical guest will be The Glimpses, please click HERE for a bio.  
Always a fan favorite event in Middleburg!  

Saturday, May 18, 8 am - 12 pm - Middleburg Community Farmers Market

Sunday, May 19, 2:00 p.m. - Different Strokes for Different Folks Choir Performs Disco Fever! at The Hill School - Join A Place To Be and the Inova Stoke Survivor Choir, Different Strokes for Different Folks, for its annual community spring concert. "Hot Stuff" and "Dancing in the Moonlight" are just a couple of songs on the ticket for this upbeat concert full of 70's music. Come have some fun and experience the benefits of music therapy. the event is FREE!

Saturday, May 25, 8 am - 12 pm - Middleburg Community Farmers Market

June 1 & 2, 10 am - 5 pm  - 
14th Annual Western Loudoun Artists Studio Tour
Friday, June 28, 7:00 p.m., Saturday, June 29, 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, June 30, 2:00 p.m. Join A Place To Be for our newest original show, Holy Cow! An Udderly Amazing New Musical at The Hill School -- Join us for the culmination of our summer Musical Theatre Camp as we present Holy Cow! An Udderly Amazing New Musical. More than 40 campers will come together to showcase their work with music, dance and beautiful costumes and sets. Experience the magic of A Place To Be, support your community, and learn more about music therapy all while being entertained! Tickets are $10 at the door.

CLASSES ONGOING:

Fitness Classes at Salamander Resort & Spa
All fitness classes at Salamander Resort & Spa are now open to the public! Classes are $20 for single class purchase or enjoy 10 classes at $180. Classes include the use of the resort's Fitness Center, indoor pool and sauna for one-hour prior or one-hour after their scheduled fitness class. For the month of February, any new guests can enjoy two classes for $22. Offer must be used by February 28. Reservations can be made by calling 540.326.4060.

New Wednesday Beginner Balance Class Ongoing, 3-4 pm - Classes for Better Balance and Fall Prevention at the Middleburg Community Center. Beginner Better Balance! is a
Sara Meeks, PT inspired exercise program that is appropriate for adults needing a slower pace and more rest time than the regular balance class offers. $80 for 8 weeks.
Call or text Woody McMahon 703-628-2880 or email to woody@sequoiahealth.com.

Monday's On-Going, 4-5 pm - Classes for Back Pain and Osteoporosis Relief at the Middleburg Community Center. Posture Perfect! is a Sara Meeks, PT inspired exercise program that is appropriate for adults of all ages and abilities. $80 for 8 week.
Call or text Woody McMahon 703-628-2880 or email to woody@sequoiahealth.com.
 
Wednesday's On-Going, 4-5 pm - Classes for Better Balance and Fall Prevention at the Middleburg Community Center. Better Balance! is a Sara Meeks, PT inspired exercise program that is appropriate for adults of all ages and abilities. $80 for 8 weeks.
Call or text Woody McMahon 703-628-2880 or email to woody@sequoiahealth.com.

MONDAYS 8:00AM-9:15 AM: New Classes Starting! HATHA SLOW FLOW YOGA at The Studio Middleburg, 103B West Federal Street . Join us for yoga in a safe, supportive and social environment. Each class includes poses, breath work and guided meditation that will stretch and strengthen your body and settle your mind and spirit for the day ahead. Classes are on going . Call or text Nancy McMahon 703-597-8981 or email nancy@yogaworkz.com
 
THURSDAYS 8:00AM-9:15 AM: New Classes Starting! HATHA SLOW FLOW YOGA at The Studio Middleburg, 103B West Federal Street . Join us for yoga in a safe, supportive and social environment. Each class includes poses, breath work and guided meditation that will stretch and strengthen your body and settle your mind and spirit for the day ahead. Classes are on going . Call or text Nancy McMahon 703-597-8981 or email nancy@yogaworkz.com



Upcoming Meetings in Town Office:  
     

Tuesday, April 16, 6 pm  - Wellhead Protection Advisory Committee

Wednesday, April 17, 11:30 am - Strategic Finance Committee

Wednesday, April 17, 4 pm  - Utility Committee

Wednesday, April 17, 5:30 pm  - Middleburg Arts Council

Monday, April 22, 6:30 pm  - Planning Commission

Tuesday, April 23, 9 am - EDAC

Thursday, April 25, 6 pm  - Town Council Meeting

Wednesday, May 1, 6 pm  - GO GREEN

Thursday, May 2, 5:30 pm  - Historic District Review Committee

Thursday, May 9, 8:30 am  - Streetscape Committee

Thursday, May 9, 6 pm  - Town Council Meeting

Tuesday, May 14, 12 pm  - Strategic Finance Committee

Wednesday, May 15, 4 pm  - Utility Committee

Wednesday, May 15, 5:30 pm - Middleburg Arts Council

Monday, May 20, 6:30 pm - Planning Commission

Thursday, May 23, 6 pm - Town Council Meeting

Monday, May 27 - Memorial Day Holiday (Town Office Closed)

Tuesday, May 28, 9 am - EDAC


Good News!! 

You can now watch live streaming/video of the Town Council, Planning Commission and Historic District Review Committee's monthly meetings on the Town's website at www.middleburgva.gov (under Government, Videos).  

Opening Day of the 2019 Middleburg Community Farmers Market Season


The Middleburg Community Farmers Market is sponsored by the Town of Middleburg to provide local agriculturalists with a retail outlet for their products.  The market provides the citizens of the area with an opportunity to purchase fresh quality products from the people who produce them.

The Middleburg Community Farmers Market is now located behind the Middleburg Bank - 
105 Federal Street
Saturday mornings, 8:30 am - 1 pm 
May 4 - October 26, 2019



Middleburg Legion Post 295

The American Legion is 100 years old this year.  Our Middleburg Chapter is proud to say that we were represented at the founding of the Legion in Paris, 1919.  We would like to welcome all eligible service men and women to become a member.  The Middleburg Legion Post 295 is located on The Plains Road, just 1000 ft. south of town.  We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7 pm.  

If you are interested come to our meeting or call George Martel at (540) 687-6408.




* EASTER CELEBRATIONS AT SALAMANDER *

EASTER SUNDAY GRAND BUFFET
April 21 | 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | Ballroom | $98 per person, $45 per child
Hop over to our ballroom and visit with the Easter bunny while enjoying a delicious brunch buffet with sweet and savory holiday favorites for the entire family. The brunch will also feature a make-your-own keepsake designing station as well as a photo opportunity with the Easter bunny! For reservations, please call 540.326.4070.
 
EASTER EGG HUNT
April 21 | 1:00 p.m. | Equestrian Center Lawn & Culinary Garden | Complimentary
Join us for our annual Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday! The Easter bunny is placing eggs throughout the lawn near the Equestrian Center and Culinary Garden with special treats inside. A special children's area will be available with arts and crafts, a jump castle and so much more. Also, we will have a special visit from the Easter Bunny! For additional information, please call 540.326.4060.
 
EASTER FAMILY-STYLE DINNER
April 21 | 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. | Harrimans | $92 per person, $45 per child
Join us for a festive family-style dinner with springtime favorites for a special Easter dinner. Served for sharing, enjoy time with your loved ones over a delicious dinner while taking in the sweeping views of the Virginia countryside, and visits from the Easter bunny. For reservations, please call 540.326.4070.
 
CHILDREN'S SALAMANDER EASTER BASKETS
April 20 & 21 | $65 per basket
The Easter bunny is creating special Salamander Resort & Spa Easter baskets this year! These exclusive baskets are filled with books, stuffed animals, bubbles, cookies and so much more. Would you like the Easter Bunny to deliver yours? That is just $25 more. For reservations, please call 540.326.4060.
 
ADULT SALAMANDER EASTER BASKETS
April 20 & 21 | $180 per basket
Do you miss the excitement of receiving an Easter Basket on Sunday morning? Fell left out no more! We have created adult-friendly baskets with a bottle of lotion, jar of Salamander Honey, small arrangement of spring flowers, Easter egg cookies, butterscotch scones, a bottle of house wine (red or white, you choose!), two wine glasses and much more. For reservations, please call 540.326.4060.


 
Turn overdue books into food for the hungry April 8-14
Donate canned or boxed foods to pay off your library fines Monday, April 8 through Sunday, April 14 during Loudoun County Public Library's third annual Food for Fines drive.
The library will deduct $1 from your overdue fees for every unopened, unexpired nonperishable food item donated. (For example: Three canned items equals $3 in waived overdue fees.)
For more information on this event please go to:  https://library.loudoun.gov/Food-for-Fines

Tina Staples 
Town of Middleburg
10 W Marshall Street
P.O. Box 187
Middleburg, VA 20118
540-687-5152
  www.middleburgva.gov 

DISCLAIMER: The Town of Middleburg strives to include special event and business advertisements/notices, received in a timely fashion, in the Friday e-mail newsletter at a maximum of twenty-one days in advance of the event or event series. The Town reserves the right to reduce the number or frequency of advance advertising for individual events if there are a significant number of events in a given period of time. The Town cannot guarantee a newsletter will be published weekly as events may occur that are beyond our control.

Do you have an update or new event you would like to add?
Please feel free to email Tina Staples with any questions that you may have.