Kitten yoga, cow meet and greet and jazz, swing and blues music among weekend options in Fauquier.
Remnants of Hurricane Florence won’t take all the fun out of the weekend in Fauquier.
Although several events have been canceled, several remain. Yoga with cats tops the list of entertainment. Friendly felines from the Fauquier SPCA will roam the yoga studio at the Main Street Wellness Co. in Warrenton.
Other options include music at Drum & Strum and a book discussion with the Fauquier County Public Library.
Kitten yoga 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14
35 Main Street, Warrenton
The Main Street Wellness Co. hosts a night of kitten yoga for those of all ages and levels. Kittens available for adoption from the Fauquier County SPCA will roam among participants. Refreshments and snacks provided. Participants should bring their own yoga mat. Donations accepted for the Fido Freedom Flight program. Register online.
Cows-N-Corn fall festival and corn maze *****Canceled and postponed until Sept. 22****
5225 Catlett Road, Midland
Visitors to the Cows-N-Corn weekend fall festivals will enjoy a corn maze the size of eight football fields, a pumpkin patch cow meet and greet, learn to make butter, puppet show, moo bounce, ice cream and other activities. $10 per person ages 4 and older; children 3 and younger, free.
The Seth Kibel Quintet at Drum & Strum 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15
102 Main Street, Warrenton
The Gloria Faye Dingus Music Alliance presents an evening of jazz, swing, blues and more with Seth Kibel and Flo Anito. Mr. Kibel is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s premier woodwind specialists wowing audiences on saxophone, clarinet, and flute. Ms. Anito, a “quirky, clever songwriter” will sing. $20 per person; children 12 and younger free with parent. Online reservations recommended.
Sunday with the library: author David Goetz 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16
2 Courthouse Square, Warrenton
Culpeper resident and author David Goetz will discuss his newest book, “Ever the Gray Ghost: Colonel John Singleton Mosby and the Lincoln Conspiracies” at the John Barton Payne Building. The book examines the background of people from both sides of the Civil War who wanted to capture or kill confederate president Jefferson Davis and U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. Free.