Farm to Fork Fondo

Farm to Fork Foundation is an organized bicycle ride where riders get to choose the distance best for them and stop for chef-prepared bites at farms along the way. Its mission is to highlight and support the symbiotic relationship between cyclists, farmers, and beautiful landscapes. The rides promote physical activity in a fun and supportive environment, create achievable challenges for people of all ages and abilities, and result in social good.

The Farm to Fork Fondo rides are held throughout the spring, summer, and fall in eight locations throughout the country. Belle Grove is delighted to warmly welcome them back for 2019.

Cat Fanciers of Washington: Cat Show

Come see dozens of pedigreed and non-pedigreed cats compete for best in show! In addition to the conformation classes, we will feature CFA Feline Agility, a fundraiser raffle for the club & vendors to purchase cat supplies and related items. This is an all ages event!

Show Hall: Winchester Sportsplex 221 Commonwealth Court, Winchester VA 22602

The show hall is air-conditioned and handicapped accessible. People food will be available.

General Admission $6.00
Children 5 – 12 $4.00
Seniors 65+ & Veterans – $4.00
A family of four – $16.00
Children under 5 are Free
A coupon good for $1 off adult admission at the door is located at

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Belle Grove Wine Fest

Join us on Saturday, August 24 from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. for Belle Grove’s Annual Wine Fest!

The highlight will be tastings from Virginia’s vibrant wine, cider, mead, beer, and spirits industry.

Guests with tasting tickets will receive a souvenir tasting glass and be able to sample from all participants as well as make purchases by the bottle or case; some vendors will also sell their products by the glass.

There will be live music throughout the day by Robbie Limon, who will play acoustic classic rock hits from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The Critton Hollow String Band folk trio will be on the stage from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. Guests may bring chairs and pop-up tents to enjoy the music on the lawn.

There will be an array of artisan and merchandise vendors, and the event will also include 30-minute cooking demonstrations in upper level of the Beverley B. Shoemaker Welcome Center.

Food will be available for purchase from Shaffers Barbecue and Market (Middletown) serving its famous BBQ and 0 to 60 Energy Café (Winchester) serving gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, cheese plates, wraps, smoothies, and coffee treats.

The Massanutten Antique Tractor and Gasoline Engine Club will also attend the event and will have tractors on display.

Advanced tasting tickets are on sale now for $20 at and at the Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center (cash and check only). At the gate on the day of the event, tasting tickets may be purchased for $25. Admission includes a souvenir stemless wine tasting glass, all tastings, access to all vendors, performances, demonstrations, and tours of the historic Manor House and landscape. General admission is $10 for visitors who do not wish to do tastings, are designated drivers, or who are under age 21.

Marker-Miller Peach Festival

Everything peaches! Peach cobbler, peach pie, peach turnovers, peach ice cream, fresh peaches GALORE! Enjoy music from 1-3 P.M while sitting on the front porch or in the picnic pavilion. A variety of food will be available at the food building. Don’t forget to let the kids enjoy the cow train and enjoy the peaceful scenery during the wagon ride around the farm.


Sweet Corn Festival

Come on out for the Sweet Corn Festival Saturday, July 27th!

We will be open at 6am for breakfast then the festival begins at 9!

Sneak peak early admission for this year’s Corn Maze!

Live Music 11am – 5pm in the Courtyard
11am: Chris and Whitney Gray
2pm: Jeff Fuss

Once again offering Hylton Clark Bear Garden Mountain BBQ Chicken Dinners!

Hayrides – Bounce House – Apple Canon – Lots of Additional Kids Activities – Kettle Korn – Fresh Squeezed Lemonade

Wine Tastings – Beer Tastings – Street Corn – Lots of Samples inside!

Its going to be a great day filled with Corn!

Cha Wa – NOLA-ed Up Shrimp Boil

They’re back, and ready for another funky good time here at Sweet NOLA’s. Join us July 23rd for Cha Wa, delivering the sounds and aesthetics of the Mardi Gras Indians with the funk infused show that is guaranteed to have you funked up by the end of the night.

Cha Wa’s debut, “Funk N Feathers”, explored contemporary riffs on the traditional music Boudreaux grew up singing along side his grandfather, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, in the Golden Eagles Mardi Gras Indian tribe. Now “Spyboy” ups the ante by digging deeper into the sound of New Orleans culture and giving it a modern twist. The disc’s largely orginal material takes advantage of the band’s new horn section to highlight the musicians’ personal ties to the street music of their hometown. “We wanted to take the roots of what we love about New Orleans brass band music and Mardi Gras Indian music and then voice it in our own way,” says the group’s drummer and founder, Joe Gelini.

Madame Cheryl will be cooking up shrimp with all the fixin’s for this low country boil. Event rail or shine. Wear those dancing shoes and be prepared to cut some rugs, that is if you can still move after stuffing your face with handfuls of delicious shrimp.

Show 6pm to ??
All you can eat $49.95
Low Country Shrimp Boil
Call 540.667.NOLA to make your reservation today!!

Moonlight Ball

In honor of Winchester’s 275th anniversary, enjoy an evening of learning and dancing traditional Victorian dances. Instruction by Victorian Dance Ensemble. Live music by the Susquehanna Travelers. No dance experience needed. Period attire encouraged but not required. Space is limited.

​Fee: $25/individual, $40/couple, $50/group of four (must live in same household, $5 per additional household member)
Register by: 7/20 at 4pm (additional tickets may be available at the door if not all sold in advance)
Call (540) 662-4946 to register.

Winchester Royals vs Purcellville Cannons

Bring the family and come out to enjoy a good old fashioned night at the ball park.

The Winchester Royals are a member of the 12 team, summer collegiate wooden bat Valley Baseball League, National Alliance of College Summer Baseball, an organization comprised of eight summer collegiate baseball leagues. The Valley Baseball League is endorsed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association and sponsored in part by a donation from Major League Baseball.

General Admission Ticket Prices:
$5.00 – Adults
$3.00 – Senior Citizens (60 & Over)
$2.00 – Youth (6 To 12 Years)
Free – Under 6 Years of Age


Rebecca and Thomas: A Civil War Spy Tale

In observation of Juneteenth (June 19), celebrating freedom and commemorating the end of slavery in the U.S., hear the story of Rebecca Wright (1838 – 1914) and Thomas Laws (1817 – 1896) as told through this one-act play performed as a reading. Wright, a local teacher and Unionist, and Laws, an enslaved man from Millwood, Virginia, relayed intelligence about Confederate troop movements in and around Winchester, ultimately leading to General Philip Sheridan’s decisionto attack. The play was written by Winchester resident and former teacher Sharon Dixon.

Admission to this event is FREE and registration is not required.