Some events may be postponed or canceled.
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June 1-30–Verona.
Special Fundraiser Raffle for a chance to own the 116th Infantry Regiment and 29th Division one-of-a-kind custom made commemorative knife illustrating our long history and incredible legacy. Currently on display in the Stonewall Brigade Museum, 566 Lee Highway. Winner will be drawn on the 13th of November during the 54th Annual 116th Infantry Regiment Muster. You do not need to be present to win. For commemorative knife raffle tickets call 540-248-0116 or online at

June 3-6–Berryville.
It’s time! After a very long COVID pause, we are ready to dance. The Blue Ridge Studio for the Performing Arts will perform “At Last We Dance”. As a special thank you to the community for supporting us for 30 years, there is FREE admission for all 4 performances. Please join us as we celebrate our return to the stage. Main Stage at Clarke County Ruritan Fairgrounds, 890 West Main Street. 540-955-3755 or

June 3, 10, 17, 24–Waynesboro.
Head on over to the South River Greenway at Constitution Park (downtown) for a fun, free music concert from 6-8pm every Thursday evening. Food trucks and children’s activities will also be available, so bring the whole family. Call for information 540-942-6512 or for complete lineup visit

June 4–Shenandoah.
Join us for Movie Night sponsored by Blue Ridge Bank and the Town of Shenandoah at 8:30pm, on lot next to 442 First Street. “Land Before Time” will be showing. Bring your own lawn chair. Rain date June 25th. Call 540-652-8164 or visit online at

June 4-6–Virginia.
Make plans to take advantage of “Free Fishing Days”, where you can wet a line without having to purchase a fishing license. Whether its stripers on the coast, trout in the mountains, or anything in between, it is time to experience the fun of fishing. 804-367-1000.

June 4, 18–Staunton.
Family Flix Series Movies will be family oriented and held at the Gypsy Hill Park bandstand. Bring your own food/drink, no concessions available this year. Social distancing between groups is expected. “Toy Story” on the 4th and “Jumanji : The Next Leve” on the 18th. All movies start at dusk between 8:30pm and 9:15pm. Weather cancellation line is 540-332-3947.

June 4-29–Lexington.
Virginia Horse Center events: 4-6 VA Barrell Classic and Old Dominion Region Pony Club Dressage Rally; 8-9 House Mountain Horse Show; 11-12 Samuel Supper; 17-19 Blue Ridge Arabian Classic; 22-26 Shenandoah Classic Horse Show; 29-J4 Cowboy Mounted Shooting. Visit or call 540-463-2194.

June 5–Dayton.
The Town of Dayton will be hosting the Annual Redbud Arts and Crafts Festival on College Street from 10am-4pm. The festival will include local arts/crafts vendors, live music, sales from downtown merchants, duck races, children’s activities, and horse-drawn carriage rides. 540-879-2241 or

June 5–Middletown.
Gardenfest is a great family event that is held at Belle Grove Plantation from 8am-3pm. Highlights include a plant sale, demonstrations, raffle items, rummage sale, vendors, children’s activites and much more. 540-869-2028 or 540-665-5699.

June 5–Lexington.
Join Red Newt Bikes for a Bikepacking event starting at Red Newt Bikes, 314 S. Main Street and finish at Glen Maury Park. The ride is mostly on rail trails, it’s a wide, flat, mulch, packed dirt and gravel surfaced trail. There will be short sections on paved roads. For more details call 540-463-7969.

June 5-6–Salem.
The Salem Gun and Knife Show will be held at the Civic Center from 9am-5pm. A concealed carry class will be held each day from 11am-2:30pm for a $4.00 fee. Register a half-hour early on the day of event. Admission is $9.00 for an adult, children under 12 with a paying adult are free. Saturday admission good for both days. NO loaded firearms, NO exceptions. For more information, call 540-552-9458 or visit

June 6–Font Royal.
Art and Mindfulness Art Series begins with Sarah H. Morgan, “Wild Inks, ”2-4pm. Learn how to make and create inks/paints using plants and flowers. Workshop will be held at the Art Nest Studio, 40 West 4th Street. Visit online or call 919.389.7001.

June 9-13–Fishersville.
Shenandoah Valley Kennel Club Dog Show, Augusta Expo, 8am-6pm. Dogs from all over the South and Mid Atlantic compete for Best in Show. Free admission. For  information call 540-337-2552.

June 11–Shenandoah.
Town of Shenandoah Cruz-In on First Street, 6pm to 9pm, brought to you by the Shenandoah Heritage Center and sponsored by JR’s Tire Service. All makes/models/years welcome. There are no registration fees. Rain date June 18th. 540-652-8164,

June 11 –Mount Sidney. 
We're kicking off the Outdoor Summer Fun Series at 1 Tribe Farm, 877 Todd Road. 7pm. Enjoy live music from VS.; a X2 Comedy show and yummy fresh off the farm food! Finger-lickin' good southern comfort food prepared by Chef Jordan Palmer. This event is BYOB. Adults of legal age may bring their own beverages to enjoy. $20 Just for the Show, $35 for FarmFresh Dinner and the Show. For more info and tickets visit Questions about TICKETS email or call Travis 337-781-8749; Questions about X2 COMEDY contact Dawn at or call 540-560-3356.

June 11–New Market.
The Town of New Market presents its 7th Annual Summer Music Series: Cross Roads Fest. This event will be held at Rebel Park, 9186 John Sevier Road, from 6:30-9pm. Food and drink available for purchase. Bring a blanket or a chair and enjoy an evening of music, by the “Thieves of Burden”. Admission is free. 540-740-3850.

June 11–Woodstock.
ROCS (Riley Outdoor Concert Series) will be held at the W. O. Riley Park Event Lawn and Stage area. Live music by the Seven Bends Band. Classic Rock, Southern Rock, Blues, Funk, Jam, and Outlaw Country. Bring your lawn chair and blanket and enjoy dinner from local food vendors along with live entertainment from regional bands. Food for purchase beginning at 6pm, music from 7-9pm. Free Admission. 540-459-3621.

June 12–Luray.
The Taste of the Valley, Wine, Spirits, and Food Festival will be held at the Page Valley Agricultural & Industrial Fair, 15 Fairlane Drive, from 11am-4pm. The goal of the festival is to showcase local wines, spirits and food trucks. General admission for 21 and older is $20.00 each in advance ($30.00 day of the event). Designated driver 16 and over ticket is $5.00 and the designated driver will receive a designated driver armband. Children 15 and younger, are free. All General Admission ticket sales will receive an official “A Taste of the Valley” wine glass and four free vendor tickets. Additional vendor tickets will be available for purchase on site. or 540743-3915.

June 12–Natural bridge.
Be sure to stop by the Pavilion at the Natural Bridge State Park, 6477 South Lee Highway, from 10am-1pm, where local artists featured in our Artisan Center demonstrate their talents for all visitors to see. Our featured artist, Ron Navroski, is known for his ability to make feathers his canvas. His award-winning paintings are showcased throughout the United States. Stop by and take a look at his magnificent artwork on your way to see the Natural Bridge. or 540-291-1326.                             

June 13–Stuarts Draft.
Rides and Rods Cruise-In will be held at Daps Ice Cream Burgers & Fries, 3278 Stuarts Draft Highway, Suite #2,  from 4-7pm. There will be classic cars, trucks, show cars, Jeeps and motorcycles. Also  door prizes, food and fun. All are welcome to attend, no registration fee required. For more information visit: or call 540-466-5967.

June 13-20–Harrisonburg.
The 29th Annual Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival returns virtually for audience and musician safety with meaningful, world-class programming. This summer’s musical programming reflects “the year that was” – a pandemic that reopened wounds in this country badly in need of healing and a year in which performing artists’ livelihoods have collapsed. We look to this summer with a glimmer of hope through music. The Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival is a program of Eastern Mennonite University. All events will be livestreamed from Eastern Mennonite University’s Lehman Auditorium. To view the event visit us at or call 540-432-4652. 

June 18–Staunton.
Who wants to have some fun? Join the Explorers Club for a variety of fun experiences, visiting exciting sites or having a great outdoor adventure. For children 5 and under. Let your child become a young adventurer with monthly journeys to new locations and having new experiences. The Explorers Club will have planned trips from June thru November. Parents must remain present on all adventures. Trips are held from 10am-noon on third Friday of the month. Use activity #K8021-14 to register. Price: $10.00 for season. Join anytime. 540-332-3814.

June 19–Woodstock.
The Shenandoah Valley ArtFest will be hosted alongside the Town’s long-standing, “Annual Vintage Woodstock Festival”, that brings the community together for viewing art, dancing in the street, participating in games for adults/children, wine/beer and food trucks for all to enjoy. Music by Bill Vaughan and Friends from 2-4 pm. 540-459-3621.

June 19–Luray.
Swim Fest at Lake Arrowhead, 725 Lake Arrowhead Road, from 8am-noon. We are excited that races are again in a live “in-person” format. We are with optimism of producing our traditional events using the health safety success of our 2020 live races. This swim competition features a fun and competitive open water swimming opportunity. Come swim and play in Luray. For information call 540-743-3915 or to register and more details visit

June 19–Dayton.
Fort Harrison Colonial Trades Fair, 333 Main Street, 10am to 4pm. Learn how 18th century colonial trades contributed to the settlement of the Shenandoah Valley. Demonstrations include farrier (horseshoeing), flint knapping, leatherwork, spinning and weaving and food preservation. Discover how Valley pioneers lived and worked from the 16 colonial trades on display. Flintlock rifle demonstrations. Sale of handcrafted items. Food available. Free community event.

June 19–Swoope.
North Mountain Outfitter, will host a “Prime Rib Ride”. This ride/dinner is one of our premier back country rides where we will ride in with horses to include pack-horse packed with all fixings for dinner. The ride will be about five miles in and out, starting at 8:30am with us returning back to the ranch about 6pm. The surroundings, atmosphere, and adventure in itself, is what this is all about. Call 540-886-7768 or

June 19–Star Tannery.
Cedar Creek Valley Ruritan Club Yard Party, 2011 Star Tannery Roady. Antique Car & Tractor Show, Saturday 11am-4pm. Entertainment by "The Robbie Limon Band". For more information call 540-607-0140.

June 20–Strasburg.
3rd Annual Fish Fry Float for Father’s Day, at the Town Park, 295 Park Road, from 11am-4pm. It’s a free family event and a great way to celebrate. Food/drinks for purchase. There will be kid’s fishing games with prizes, free Kayak/Tube Trip/Shuttle. or 540-465-9197.

June 25-26–Roanoke.
We are working hard to make 2021 Star City Motor Madness happen the way you have always enjoyed it. On Friday, Cruise-In from 6-10pm, on Williamson Road. Then on Saturday the CarR Show Downtown Roanoke from 10am-4pm. After-Party at the VA Museum of Transportation from 5:30-10pm. For spectators all activities are free. Proceeds will go the Virginia Museum of Transportation Automotive Gallery which is famous for its diverse collection of America’s transportation history with an impressive collection of railroad “rolling stock” including the famous Norfolk and Western J611 streamlined steam locomotive. Call 540-776-5353 or

June 26–New Market.
Come to the New Market Community Park to enjoy a FREE movie in the park with family and friends. For your viewing comfort, we encourage you to bring chairs and/or blankets. Feel free to bring snacks and drinks (no alcoholic beverages allowed). The movie “Grease” will begin at sundown. Sponsored by Shenandoah Place Assisted Living. Call 540-740-3850 or

June 27–Staunton.
Caving is a great for first-timers and younger cavers. This involves horizontal movement such as walking, stooping, and crawling. On all our caving trips, we learn basic caving safety, underground navigation. Call for information. 540-332-3814.

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