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Stephens City preparing for huge Easter egg hunt at Newtown Commons Saturday, April 9

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There will be a free community Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 9 at the Newton Commons on Main Street in Stephens City from 12 to 4 PM.  The Egg Hunt is sponsored by Stephens City UMC and will be accompanied by a United Methodist Women (UMW) Flower Sale from 10 to 4 PM.  The Rain date is Saturday, April 16th.

All are welcome.

According to Stephens City UMC Pastor, Bertina Westley, the upcoming community event is going to be all about camaraderie.  “I am so excited about the upcoming Easter Egg Hunt and Flower Sale that we will be hosting at Newton Commons!  There will be something for everyone – garden enthusiasts, festival game lovers, balloon animal collectors and face paint fans.  Most importantly, we will have the opportunity for fellowship and fun with our Stephens City neighbors.  Everyone in the community is welcome,” Westley said.

EB will be available for photo opportunities at the Newtown Commons music stage. Photo Contributed.


All participants are requested to stop by the registration table next to the inflatable Easter bunny to sign in to hunt for 4,000 plastic eggs filled with candy and toys discreetly hidden around the Commons.  There will also be a number of Golden Eggs included in each age group.  Parents are encouraged to bring their own bag or basket for collecting eggs.

Stephens City Mayor Mike Diaz will kick off each of the four egg hunts beginning at 1 PM.  The egg hunts are divided into four different age groups with four different locations and times: ages 0–3 egg hunt starts at 1 pm; ages 4–6 starts at 1:30 pm; ages 7–9 starts at 2 pm and 10–12 starts at 2:30pm.  The parents who fill the Commons, will enjoy the excitement and laughter emanating from the children participating in the magical event of searching for and discovering brightly colored hidden eggs.

There will be a “take your own” Easter bunny photo opportunity for all children from 1 to 3 PM on the Newtown Commons outdoor stage.  Self-taught artist Michael Bulley (Balloon Guy) will skillfully create free balloon animals for the kids.  Mr. Bulley is a member of the Disabled American Veterans Department of Virginia, Chapter 9, Winchester.

Stephens City Volunteer Fire and Rescue will provide a Fire truck on site with tours of the customized equipment used during firefighting operations.  Children will have the opportunity to meet the much beloved Sparky the Fire Dog.  The fire truck will blare its siren at precisely 1 PM to announce the start of the egg hunting activities.  Stephens City police officers will be on hand to manage traffic control around the Commons and provide oversight.

Michael Bulley (Balloon Guy) will craft about a dozen or so creations to include swords, giraffes, butterflies, bunny’s, hummingbirds, turtles and hearts. Courtesy Scott Saylor.

The Face Painting site will be located in the picnic table area of the Commons.  Sherando High School Leo Club and Art Club volunteers will support this activity and also the festival games at various sites to include Corn Hole Game, Three-legged Relay, Potato Sack Relay, Ring Toss and Egg/Spoon Relay.

Volunteers are still needed to manage events and fill eggs.  The church Caring Outreach Group recently stuffed 1,000 eggs and more help is required to complete the goal of 4,000.

“As Christians we are called to love our neighbors – to move beyond the confines of our own church building.  The congregation seeks to reach out to our community by sponsoring a free community Easter Egg Hunt with festival games, face painting, balloon animals among many other activities,” said Stephens City UMC Missions Chair Cathy Barley.  Barley has designed the events to occur in Newtown Commons located smack in the middle of town so everyone feels comfortable attending.  “What better way to foster community joy than by sponsoring a fun family-oriented event, especially in a world that has witnessed so much heartache, particularly in these past two years.  I don’t know who receives more pleasure – our church members or the community at large who get to enjoy a day of festivities,” Barley added.

UMW will sell a variety of market flower packs (African daisies, primrose, variegated vinca, small and large geraniums, pansies and alyssum) and hanging flower baskets.  “Proceeds from the flower sale will support mission projects,” UMW church president Michelle Hruska said. According to Hruska, UMW’s mission pledge supports  programs and staff such as deaconesses, and missionaries who serve the United Methodist Church globally and nationally. “Stephens City UMW also supports local missions such as CCAP (food pantry, clothing house, financial assistance) and Bright Futures, a non-profit organization that helps schools connect student needs with available resources in the community.” Hruska said.

All about egg hunting.

Easter egg hunts are not a 20th century tradition.  Surprisingly, they have a lengthy history.  One of the earliest Easter egg hunts that most resembles the modern Easter egg hunt can be traced to 16th century Protestant reformer Martin Luther.  During this time, men in the congregation would hide eggs for women and children to find. The joy the women and children experienced as they found eggs mirrored the joy the women felt when they found Jesus’ tomb empty and realized He had risen.  England’s Queen Victoria was an Easter egg hunt enthusiast and she participated as a child in the early 1800s when her German-born mother, the Duchess of Kent, organized egg hunts at Kensington Palace.  The Queen helped popularize the egg hunts as she made numerous references to these activities in her journals.

Stephens City Volunteer Fire & Rescue will be on site to provide fire prevention education and awareness. L to R, Randy McAvoy, Matt Caplan (Sparky, the Fire Dog) and Lenny Peters. Courtesy Scott Saylor.

Children in the United States also enjoyed Easter egg hunts early on as the White House Annual Easter Egg Roll was first held in 1878 during President Rutherford B. Hayes’ term, thus beginning the marketing for this youthful activity.

Early newspaper articles publicized egg hunting. An April 1882 Sedalia, Missouri Weekly Bazoo article cites, “The city’s Mayor hosted an Egg Hunt for the community’s children at his home. The eggs were beautifully colored and the happy children entered into the sport of hunting for them with a zest which none but children understand.  Quite a number of grown folks were present and the bright faces and merry laughter of the children made up an enjoyable occasion.”  A notice in the Richmond, Virginia Planet article on April 22, 1905 read, “Grand Easter Festival and Easter Egg Hunt will be given Easter Monday at a private residence.  Refreshments at reasonable prices. Good music. Admission to Festival is 10 cents and to Easter Egg Hunt, 5 cents.  Come and enjoy yourself.”

Today the annual egg hunts have become all about chasing down the brightly colored eggs filled with candy or surprises the bunny leaves behind for children to uncover.  Parents enjoy the innocent fun that children receive from running outdoors to search for hidden eggs.  The egg hunt is a splendid event for bringing families together and letting them have a great time before celebrating Easter Sunday.

For more information regarding volunteers and donations, contact Cathy Barley at mwbarley@comcast.net and cell phone is 540-664-6018.

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This week’s showtimes at Royal Cinemas as of December 9th

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Are you looking for the full movie-going experience without having to wait in the long lines that often accompany that experience? Then look no further because Royal Cinemas movie theatre is the answer. Get the whole gang together and enjoy a movie! Reserved seating in all auditoriums.

Here is a list of this week’s showtimes at Royal Cinemas as of Friday, December 9:

• Friday: 6:00, 8:30
• Sat & Sun: 1:30, 3:25, 7:00
• Mon-Wed: 7:00
• Thursday: 7:30
Rated PG13  |  2 Hours 41 Minutes

• Friday: 6:10, 9:05
• Saturday: 3:55, 7:25
• Sunday: 5:10, 8:10
• Mon, Wed: 7:10

Rated: PG13 | 2 Hours 19 Minutes


• Friday: 6:10, 9:25
• Sat & Sun: 1:35, 5:00, 7:25
• Mon, Wed: 7:20
• Tuesday: 7:45

Rated: PG | 1 Hour 41 Minutes


Ticket prices are as follows:

  • Adult: $10
  • Child (under 12): $7
  • Military: $8
  • Student (college): $8
  • Senior: $8
  • Matinees, All Seating: $7
  • 3D – add $3

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT 1PM

Christmas Classics FREE Movie: “Grinch” (Illumination Studios, 2018)


THURSDAY: “Avatar: The Way of Water” 3D @ 7:00, 2D @ 8:00


COMING SOON:

  • “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish”
  • “I Wanna Dance With Somebody”
  • “A Man Called Otto”
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Matchy-Matchy Pawliday Giving Campaign at the Winchester Area SPCA

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Thanks to the continued generosity of the Ingham Family, your year-end contributions can go twice as far and help twice as many homeless pets! All donations received between December 1st and 30th will be doubled!

Donations can be made in any of the following ways:

On behalf of the people and pets at your local WASPCA, we thank you.

The Winchester SPCA is a 501c3 non-profit Tax ID 54-6053158

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Happy Creek riparian planting with Front Royal’s Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee

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On Saturday, November 19, with leadership and oversight from Front Royal’s Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee (ESAC), local community groups and volunteers came together to help plant a 200 meter section of Happy Creek’s riparian buffer, between South Street and Short Street. More than 30 volunteers participated in the planting, including representatives from the Tree Stewards, Beautification Committee, Izaak Walton League, Piedmont Environmental Council, as well as community members. Volunteers planted more than 450 whips (young seedlings) of seven different varieties of native, flowering, riparian shrub species. Species included: Red Chokeberry, Black Chokeberry, Witchhazel, Winterberry, Northern Bayberry, Elderberry, and Arrowwood Viburnum. Species and planting densities were approved by the DEQ.

Volunteers spread out across the bank of Happy Creek, busy planting native riparian shrubs.

As part of ongoing restoration efforts for Happy Creek, this section of the riparian buffer had been designated a high-priority area in which an abundance of invasive and undesirable vegetation had begun to establish. In early November the Department of Public Works removed the undesirable vegetation, clearing the way for a full-scale riparian planting. Jim Osborn, Chair of ESAC and the Town’s Environmental Specialist, explains more: “We were excited to create such a positive community event centered around helping restore an important section of our local watershed. Happy Creek is an invaluable asset, landmark, and resource for our Town, and we need to be the good stewards it deserves.”

ESAC member, Jerome Ray, delivers another bucket of seedlings ready to be planted.


Volunteers kept warm through the chilly morning hours with coffee, muffins, and good comradery. Those that hadn’t planted before were given lessons by ESAC and Tree Steward members. While many were actively shoveling out holes in the stream bank, members of the FR-WC Anti-Litter Council and the Izaak Walton League used the time to help remove litter from the stream and its banks. Additionally, a set of volunteers helped prune several existing Sycamore trees that naturally recruited over the past couple of years. “Sycamores are a beautiful native tree whose foliage and bark offer an aesthetic appeal throughout all four seasons,” says Melody Hotek, President of the Tree Stewards. “They are also the look and feel of our beloved Shenandoah River, and so having them adorn Happy Creek is a perfect fit.”

Ella takes a snack break after a busy morning of planting.

Justin Proctor, ESAC member and local conservation biologist, reminds us the value of planting native. “Planting natives is a win-win across the board. These plants are adapted to handle our local climate and soils, they help build back our beneficial insects and pollinators, they provide food for wildlife including native and migratory birds, and their deep root systems stabilize river banks and help clean out pollutants.”

Taylor Clatterbuck, ESAC student representative, is excited about Spring. “I can’t wait to see all of these riparian shrubs leaf out and start blooming next year. Every time I walk, cycle, or drive by, I will be able to look out over something that I can be proud of.”

All watersheds need good, ongoing stewardship, and Happy Creek is no exception. Stay tuned for additional watershed projects in 2023.

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This week’s showtimes at Royal Cinemas as of December 2nd

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Are you looking for the full movie-going experience without having to wait in the long lines that often accompany that experience? Then look no further because Royal Cinemas movie theatre is the answer. Get the whole gang together and enjoy a movie! Reserved seating in all auditoriums.

Here is a list of this week’s showtimes at Royal Cinemas as of Friday, December 2:

• Friday: 7:00, 10:00
• Saturday: 1:30, 3:35, 7:05
• Sunday: 1:30, 3:40, 7:20
• Mon-Thurs: 7:00
Rated PG13  |  2 Hours 41 Minutes

• Friday: 7:05, 10:10
• Saturday: 5:10, 8:25
• Sunday: 5:10, 8:10
• Mon-Thurs: 7:10

Rated: PG13 | 2 Hours 19 Minutes


• Friday: 7:10, 10:30
• Saturday: 1:35, 4:15, 6:45, 9:15
• Sunday: 1:50, 4:00, 6:30, 8:55
• Mon-Thurs: 7:20

Rated: PG | 1 Hour 41 Minutes


Ticket prices are as follows:

  • Adult: $10
  • Child (under 12): $7
  • Military: $8
  • Student (college): $8
  • Senior: $8
  • Matinees, All Seating: $7

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT 1PM

Christmas Classics FREE Movie Naughty or Nice triple feature:

  • “Charlie Brown Christmas”
  • “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”
  • “How The Grinch Stole Christmas”

COMING SOON:

  • “Avatar: The Way of Water”
  • “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish”
  • “I Wanna Dance With Somebody”
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Bridge Naming Ceremony well attended by dignitaries and community

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More than 100 adults and children were present on Saturday, November 19, 2022, to witness the commemoration of the new signs at the Bridges leading into Front Royal. The turnout included county, state, and city officials. The assembly was held in the beautiful Sanctuary of the Riverton Methodist Church with Reverend Marc Roberson welcoming everyone and offering the prayer written by our Founding Father George Washington.  Presiding was Pastor Alan Morrison of Christ Reigns Presbyterian Church in Winchester. Students from Dominion Ridge Academy lead the Pledge of Alliance and sang the National Anthem under the direction of Ms. Grace Morrison, music teacher. President General Bruce Myer of the Virginia Society of the Sons of the American Revolution brought greetings. The event was co-hosted by Chapter President Chip Daniel of the James Wood II Chapter, the Nation’s outstanding Chapter, and the Shenandoah Christian Alliance, headed by Dale Carpenter of Front Royal, retired industrialist, inventor, and engineer who still today is designing vans for use by the physically impaired. The Alliance’s membership is comprised of business men, retired pastors, active pastors, and military personnel. They meet weekly.

Dale Corey, State SAR Color Guard Officer, gave outstanding service wards to Cheryl L. Cullers, Chair of the Warren County Board of supervisors and members Walt Mabe and Delores R. Oats. Also receiving awards were Dr. Edwin Daley, County Administrator, and Matt Wending, Zoning Administrator.  Their support was essential to the success of this project. The Board cooperated with a volunteer group headed by The Rev. Larry W. Johnson. The Board’s request before the Commonwealth Transportation Board was essential to naming the bridges and erecting the signs.

The bridge signs commemorate important American Founders Major General Dr. Joseph Warren and General Daniel Morgan. The sign bearing the name of Dr. Joseph Warren, the namesake of our county, is the bridge over the South Fork of the Shenandoah River. Doctor Warren founded the Sons of Liberty and advocated independence while practicing medicine during the small pox epidemic in Boston. He worked to save men shot by British soldiers at the Boston Massacre and the Battle of Lexington/Concord.  He ordered Paul Revere and others to warn “the British are Coming” a story hopefully that every child knows. At age 34 he was killed at Bunker/Breeds Hill in the first major battle of the American Revolution. His martyrdom was on June 17, 1775, a day of remembrance celebrated in our county.  A widower, he left four children. Plaques hang in each of our public schools and government buildings commemorating his life, put there to help our students and citizens to learn of his contribution to founding our Nation.

The second bridge sign bears the name of General Daniel Morgan of Winchester. Morgan was known as “Washington’s General.” One of the greatest battle tacticians in the history of American war, Morgan’s tactics are taught today in our War Colleges. He may have saved the American Revolution at the Battle of Cowpens beating and capturing a British Army his troops opposed that day. During his career he was wounded a number of times, captured by the British and severely beaten, as well as suffering an injured back that plagued him throughout his life. He is buried in Mt. Hebron Cemetery in Winchester close to many of his men and near his home.  A road in Fort Valley is named for him. Morgan’s Road, just off Route 613 at Bentonville on the Tuscarora Hiking Trail in Fort Valley,  was celebrated by the Bicentennial Commissions of Warren County and Front Royal. The area his road leads to was to be fortified and serve to shelter General Washington’s Army if needed.


Additionally, the commemoration of our bridges recognizes all our U.S. veterans for their service and loyalty to our great Nation. Each sign includes the words, “Veteran’s Memorial Bridge.”

“Probably over 10,000 vehicles pass the signs each day, said The Rev. Larry W. Johnson who spearheaded the bridge naming. “That means our veterans will be remembered in our community. The approval of these signs shows that our people care. ”

Many veterans were in attendance, including the Front Royal American Legion Post Commander and his executive staff and a veteran suffering from the effects of Agent Orange from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Purcellville. All veterans in the sanctuary received standing ovation.

Others attending the commemoration were Virginia Assembly members David LaRock, 33rd District and Bill Wiley, 29th District; John Massoud, Republican Chair of the 6th Congressional District; Joel Hensly, Aid to Ben Cline, 6th District Congressional Representative; and Lori Athey Cockrell, Mayor, Front Royal.

Michael St. Jacques of Laurel Ridge Community College, and author Christian Di Spigna of New York and Williamsburg, were guest speakers.  St. Jacques gave insight into General Daniel Morgan and his importance to the American Revolution, and Di Spigna gave a rousing account of the life of Dr. Joseph Warren. Di Spigna’s latest book, which was featured in the Wall Street Journal in October, “Founding Martyr—The Life and Death of Dr. Joseph Warren, the American Revolution’s Lost Hero” includes facts and details about Warren’s life that are largely unknown.

Following the benediction by Pastor James Simmons of Hebron Baptist Church, Gore, Virginia, those in attendance filed outside to see the  Sons of the American Revolution fire a musket salute. This was followed by a Rifle Salute by the Strasburg American Legion Post Honor Guard. These salutes honored the soldiers of the past and those of today. The program ended with TAPS by a member of the Strasburg honor guard.

The Rt. Rev. Larry W. Johnson who began this “mission” several years ago said, “I am so pleased this has come to pass. It is good for our youth and all citizens to know their history. It is good for our veterans to know they are not forgotten. It is good that our community came together to name our bridges and give a wonderful identity to our community. It is good for tourists who come to know we stand for freedom, our veterans, and our children’s heritage. And finally, that we in this community appreciate our history and know that history is the cornerstone upon which to build. A people who do not know their past will find it difficult to find its way into the future. Roots are important. We have a history in our community of the brave serving, preserving, and not giving up! Lastly, I look forward to getting back to my ‘Liberty Man’ teaching of the American Revolution, the Constitution, and what we must do to preserve our freedom.  My calendar is filling, with presentations planned as far away as the fall of 2023. May God preserve us all, and may He continue to Bless our Great Land.”

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Selah Theatre Project presents “A Seussariffic Christmas Carol”

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In partnership with Laurel Ridge Community College, Selah Theatre Project presents A SEUSSARIFFIC CHRISTMAS CAROL, an imaginative twist of Dickens’ Christmas story classic in wacky rhymes. Will Tiny Tammy Hoo and all her Seussariffic friends be able to change the cold heart of ol’ Ebenita Scrooge? This family fun tale brings holiday cheer to every heart young and wise.

Danielle Juratovac as Ebenita Scrooge & Teah Draper as Jackie Marley

Written and under the direction of LaTasha Do’zia, A SEUSSARIFFIC CHRISTMAS CAROL comes back to Middletown making the original holiday horror story, a delightful treat for family-based audiences. The cast features Sam Brackens, Amelia Cook, Tammi Cooke, Josie Dellinger, Teah Draper, Naomi Greenwalt, Moira Hunt, Andrew Iden, Cameron Joyner, Gianna Parente, Nora Parente, Logan Ruge, Amber Shayeb, Khary-Joelle Smith-Hervo, Oliver Varela, with Sofia Carballo as Tiny Tammy Sue Hoo, Owen Uhry as Bobbie Cratchit, and Danielle Juratovac in the leading role of Ebenita Scrooge.

Tammi Cooke (Mrs. Fezziwig) and Gianna Parente (Fuzzy Fezziwig)


“It’s incredible to be back on the stage at Laurel Ridge”, says Amber Shayeb, stage manager and the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come. “After the success of Glory Bea last year, we cannot wait to bring the holiday season back to Middletown”, exclaims Shayeb.

Director Do’zia says, “This cast is a beautiful blend of Laurel Ridge students, teens, kids, and community actors. With such a fun script, community, and our partnership with Laurel Ridge, you cannot go wrong kicking off the holiday season with us”.

Moira Hunt & Cameron Joyner as Thing 1 & 2

A SEUSSARIFFIC CHRISTMAS CAROL is presented on December 9-11 & 16-18. Friday and Saturday performances are at 7pm, and Saturday and Sunday matinees are at 2pm.

PERFORMANCE INFORMATION

Laurel Ridge Community College
William H. McCoy Theatre
173 Skirmisher Lane – Middletown, VA 22645

  • Friday, December 9 at 7:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 10 at 2:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 10 at 7:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, December 11 at 2:00 p.m.
  • Friday, December 16 at 7:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 17 at 2:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, December 17 at 7:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, December 18 at 2:00 p.m.

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