Third Fridays of Every Month, 7:30 - 9pm

StageCoach Bandits Improv Show

Just like “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”, the Bandits perform short-form improv using suggestions from the audience. Shows are completely interactive. No show or game is ever the same twice!

  • StageCoach Theatre, 20937 Ashburn Road, Suites 115 and 120, Ashburn, VA 20147
  • Contact us at info@stagecoachtc.com, 571-477-9444, or visit our website at stagecoachtc.com
  • $12 online, $15 at the door. Online sales end at 5pm on show day. Reserve online at https://stagecoachtc.com or by calling 571-477-9444

Wednesdays through Sundays until March 22, 10am - 5pm

Leading the Field: Ellen Emmet Rand Exhibit

Ellen Emmet Rand was a professional and successful portrait artist for over three decades. In 1936, on the heels of painting an official presidential portrait of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Rand held a solo exhibition on Sporting Portraits at The Sporting Gallery & Bookshop in New York City. Her subjects included well-known sporting figures such as Fletcher Harper, Master of the Orange County Hunt; Dr. Howard Collins, Master of Millbrook Hunt; and Charlotte Noland, founder of the prestigious Foxcroft School and Joint-Master of Middleburg Hunt. The exhibition Leading the Field: Ellen Emmet Rand and accompanying catalog gather together many of the same paintings from Rand’s 1936 show and more, to bring to life the stories, personalities, and relationships behind these works.

  • National Sporting Library & Museum, 102 The Plains Road, Middleburg, VA 20118
  • Email vpeacock@nationalsporting.org or call 540-687-6542
  • $10 Adults; $8 Senior & Youth; Free for Children under 12

Second Fridays of Every Month, 7:30 - 9pm

Sly's Magic at StageCoach Theatre

Join Sly and friends the second Friday each month for 90 minutes of comedy and magic. The show will have you picking your jaw off the floor in astonishment, all the while laughing at jokes, one liners and physical comedy.


February 9 - March 8, 12 Noon - 4 PM

3rd Annual Round Hill Appalachian Trail Art Show

Round Hill’s Appalachian Trail Art Show celebrates the A.T., a designated National Scenic Trail that stretches 2,200 miles from Maine to Georgia and is right in our backyard. Artists of all ages present work inspired by the A.T. and the wild nature of the Blue Ridge.

  • Round Hill Arts Center, 35246 Harry Byrd Hwy #170, Round Hill, VA 20141
  • www.roundhillat.art
  • Free Admission

March 1 - May 31, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, M-Fri

SOLO watercolor exhibit by Megha Mehra

Internationally renowned artist Megha Mehra is having solo exhibit of her watercolor paintings in the historic town Leesburg. Bring your friends and family. All of her paintings displayed are available for purchase.


March 4- 29, Wed-Fri 11:00 am- 6:00 pm, Sat-Sun 12:00pm- 5:00pm

March Exhibit

March Exhibit


Wednesday, March 4, 11, 18, 25, 2:00 - 2:30 pm

Gallery Talk

Every Wednesday, join us for a personalized peek at traveling exhibitions, new acquisitions, or permanent collection pieces. These 30-minute tours are fun for all ages! Reservations are not required, and admission is FREE.


Friday, March 6, 6-9pm

First Friday at Loudoun Street Studios

View new work by Kim Richards, Libby Stevens, Bethany Widom, and Carol Buswell. Learn about new classes and workshops. Free event. Light Refreshments. Family Friendly.


March 6 - April 27, Thursday - Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Artist Ravi Raman To Open “Love In Six Lines” Series at TRYST Gallery

Ravi Raman will exhibit his Love In Six Lines series of paintings. Inspired by Picasso’s minimalist glass paintings, Love In Six Lines is a celebration of love and relationships depicted in a series of whimsical six-line paintings. Love In Six Lines already has become a part of Washington, DC’s art city-scape, as the first painting from the series now stands as a 12-foot-tall mural in the Adams Morgan neighborhood. The series follows its two principle characters as they experience the joys and challenges of love – something universal that each of us finds relatable.


Saturday, March 7, 4:00-5:30 PM

Master Singers Presents Civil War: The Human Journey

Northern Virginia’s premier a cappella choir remembers the individual costs that were paid in this years-long conflict through a cohesive choral and dramatic presentation of the Civil War written by singer and author Mary Ellen Connelly. The program features personal letters, speeches and moving music that will elicit joy and sorrow but provide a unifying, community experience. Highlights include - Hymn for America by Stephen Paulus, Dan Forrest’s Entreat me not to leave you and Rene Clausen’s Prayer.

  • St. James' Episcopal Church, 14 Cornwall Street NW, Leesburg, VA 20176
  • Visit www.msva.org for program details.
  • Tickets: $25 for Adults, $20 for Seniors (65+) and $15 for Students 6-17. Take 4 Package provides 4 tickets for $60 or $15 each.

Friday, March 13, 6:00 - 8:30 PM

Art Reception

Art Reception


March 14, 21, 29, April 4 at 6:30pm

The Hamilton Murders - Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

July 11, 1804: Alexander Hamilton lies dying on the ground. Aaron Burr stands nearby, a smoking pistol in his hand. Meanwhile, Hamilton’s wife sits at home with a room full of federalists awaiting his return. We have learned that history is written by those who want us to believe what they want us to believe, not necessarily the truth. The Hamilton Murders suggests the possibility that history got it wrong – again. We explore six possible conspiracies, based upon historical facts, that surrounded Alexander Hamilton at the time of his death. We will present these theories in true entertainment form and allow you to decide which one you believe is right. In so doing, you will answer the question “Who paid Aaron Burr to shoot Alexander Hamilton?” Reservations for dinner theatre performances are required for catering purposes.


Monday, March 16, 7:30 - 9:30pm

Improv Workshop at StageCoach Theatre

Learn the basics of improvisational theatre. This class will help you with teamwork, spontaneity, and creativity. You’ll learn the basics of improv, and get to play some of the most fun and well known improv comedy games.


Saturday, March 21, 10:30-3:30

Artist June Jewell Open Studio

Over 100 original paintings & a variety of block prints available. Light refreshments will be available.


March 22 and April 5 at 6:30pm

The Hamilton Murders - Murder Mystery

July 11, 1804: Alexander Hamilton lies dying on the ground. Aaron Burr stands nearby, a smoking pistol in his hand. Meanwhile, Hamilton’s wife sits at home with a room full of federalists awaiting his return. We have learned that history is written by those who want us to believe what they want us to believe, not necessarily the truth. The Hamilton Murders suggests the possibility that history got it wrong – again. We explore six possible conspiracies, based upon historical facts, that surrounded Alexander Hamilton at the time of his death. We will present these theories in true entertainment form and allow you to decide which one you believe is right. In so doing, you will answer the question “Who paid Aaron Burr to shoot Alexander Hamilton?” Doors open 30 minutes prior to the show start time.


Sunday, March 22, 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

NOVA CRC's 1 Year Anniversary Celebration

Join Us To Celebrate 1 Year Here In Loudoun County! This FREE Event Will Include: Live Music! Craft Tables Raffle Prizes Silent Auction Items Food And Drink Will Be Available At Vino 9 Market And Discount Drink Vouchers Will Be Given To Visitors, Courtesy Of NOVA CRC


Sunday, March 29, 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Sunday Sketch with Alice Porter

Join us for a free sketching session in the Museum galleries led by artist Alice Porter. Artists of all ages are invited to sketch, and all materials are provided. To register, please contact info@nationalsporting.org or (540) 687-6542 x 4.


Sunday, March 29, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Free Community Day

NSLM offers free admission the last Sunday of each month. Join us in March to see highlights from our permanent collection and temporary exhibitions! Exhibitions on view include: Leading the Field: Ellen Emmet Rand (on view October 4, 2019 – March 22, 2020) and Phyllis Mills Wyeth: A Celebration (on view February 8 – June 28, 2020).


Monday, March 30, 10am-1pm

Brush Up Workshop

All about oil painting brush selection, care, storage, mark making and more!


Friday, April 3, 6-9pm

First Friday at Loudoun Street Studios

View new work by Kim Richards, Libby Stevens, Bethany Widom, and Carol Buswell. Learn about new classes and workshops. Free event. Light Refreshments. Family Friendly.


Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 25, Friday, 2:00-9:00 PM and Saturday, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Hillsboro's 2020 Gardens in The Gap

Featuring Farm-to-Table Pioneer Nora Pouillon, Spring Art Show, Artisan Fair, Pop-up Plant Market, Six Gardens on Tour, Southern-style Tea

  • The Old Stone School, 37098 Hillsboro, VA plus seven nearby locations on tour
  • Visit www.oldstoneschool.org to learn about the full roster of activities and purchase tickets for lecture or tea.

Saturday, April 25, 12 noon - 7 PM

Purcellville Music & Arts Festival

Purcellville Music & Arts Festival - This free, family-friendly festival appeals to all ages; featuring outdoor stages and a wide range of entertainment, variety of foods and beverages!

  • Fireman's Field
  • Contact us at 540-338-7421 or visit our website at purcellvilleva.gov
  • FREE

Saturday, April 25, 7:30 - 9:30pm

Yo! Ho! Ho! and a Bottle of Death - Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

Welcome to Royal Port, a home base for pirates & the location of the Pirates Moot, a truce among captains. During the Moot, those guilty of breaking the truce must be punished or risk the sands running red, yet a murder has occurred. Help the crew of the Maelstrom find the scallywag responsible before it’s too late. Break out your tricorn hat and best buccaneer garb and join us for drinking, feasting, and mystery – or prepare to walk the plank! Reservations for dinner theatre performances are required for catering purposes.


Friday, May 1, 6-9pm

First Friday at Loudoun Street Studios

View new work by Kim Richards, Libby Stevens, Bethany Widom, and Carol Buswell. Learn about new classes and workshops. Free event. Light Refreshments. Family Friendly.


Saturday, May 16, 7:00-10:30

Avengers Night: Comic Art Celebration

An adults-only celebration of Marvel's Avengers and all things comic and graphic novel related. Live music, art vendors, illustration workshops, wine and beer tastings, games and crafts. Contact me to have a free booth at the event!


Friday, June 5, 6-9pm

First Friday at Loudoun Street Studios

View new work by Kim Richards, Libby Stevens, Bethany Widom, and Carol Buswell. Learn about new classes and workshops. Free event. Light Refreshments. Family Friendly.


Friday, July 3, 6-9pm

First Friday at Loudoun Street Studios

View new work by Kim Richards, Libby Stevens, Bethany Widom, and Carol Buswell. Learn about new classes and workshops. Free event. Light Refreshments. Family Friendly.


Saturday, July 4, 12:30 - 3 PM

Purcellville's Annual 4th of July Parade

Purcellville’s Annual 4th of July parade will kick off at 12:30 p.m. Show your patriotic pride with family, friends, and neighbors and join in America’s birthday celebration! The theme for the 2020 parade is “Lady Liberty.” The parade route starts at Loudoun Valley High School continues on Maple Avenue, turns right onto Main Street, followed by a left onto Nursery Avenue, and concludes at Emerick Elementary School. The parade route will be closed to through traffic from approximately 12:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. As a convenience for families with small children or those with sensitive hearing, a “quiet zone” will be designated on Main Street along the parade route. Marked by signage, the quiet zone is a section of the parade route void of canon fire, sirens, and loud music from participants.


Saturday, July 11, 2:00 - 8:00 PM

Purcellville Wine & Food Festival

Purcellville Wine & Food Festival - Located at Fireman’s Field. Enjoy a variety of amazing local wineries, craft breweries, gourmet foods, musicians and wine related art and accessories.

  • Fireman's Field, 250 S. Nursery Ave, Purcellville, VA
  • Contact us at 540-338-7421 or visit our website at www.purcellvilleva.gov
  • See Website for Information

August 8 and 9, 2020, 10 - 6:00 Saturday and 11 - 4:00 Sunday

Spotsy Arts Festival

Seeking Exhibitors for this juried fine arts show. Apply now!


Sunday, October 11, 1:00 - 4:00 PM

Purcellville's Green Expo - Hail to the Trail

At Hail to the Trail, enjoy hands-on activities and displays about the environment, meet local experts, go on guided nature walks, see live animals, and participate in the Town’s annual Arbor Day Celebration.

  • Chapman DeMary Trail, 205 E. Hirst Rd., Purcellville, VA
  • Contact us at 540-751-2350 or visit our website at www.purcellvilleva.gov
  • FREE