Kettle Run sock hop, “The Wizard of Oz” top best bets
Lukas Reutzel, Ethan Lunsford, Aurora Perrius and Mikey Goltry star in Warrenton Middle School’s production of “The Wizard of Oz” this Friday and Saturday.
Topping this weekend’s best entertaining options in Fauquier, Warrenton Middle School students will perform “The Wizard of Oz.” The show will feature a real dog from Paws for Seniors and digital backdrops purchased through a PATH grant.
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The final performances of “Twelve Angry Men” at the community theatre take place Friday through Sunday.
Other options include a high school singing competition, folk music in Marshall, ham and oyster dinner in Bealeton, Kettle Run dance, and breakfast with the Easter bunny.
The community theatre will host the final performances of “Twelve Angry Men.”
Voice of Fauquier singing competition
6 p.m. Friday, March 31
705 Waterloo Road, Warrenton
Students from Fauquier, Kettle Run and Liberty high schools will compete for the best voice in the county. Audience members will vote after the performances. Superintendent David Jeck will serve as a special celebrity judge. Held at the Fauquier High auditorium. Proceeds benefit the Fauquier High School band. Students, $3; adults, $5.
“The Wizard of Oz” at Warrenton Middle School
7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 31 to April 1
244 Waterloo St., Warrenton
Warrenton Middle School students present the classic musical in the school auditorium. The event will also feature a silent auction. Proceeds benefit Semper K9 Assistance Dogs. Students, $5; adults, $7.
“Twelve Angry Men”
8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 31 to April 1
2 p.m. Sunday, April 2
4225 Aiken Drive, Warrenton
The Fauquier Community Theatre presents the play “Twelve Angry Men,” based on Reginald Rose’s classic TV movie from 1957. The tense drama follows 12 jurors as they deliberate on a case about a 19-year-old who has just stood trial for the fatal stabbing of his father. The play follows the juror’s final verdict and how they reach it. Directed by Hannah Butler and produced by Don Richardson. Tickets: Adults, $16; Seniors 60+, $14; students and children 18 and younger, $14.
Ham and oyster dinner
4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 1
11138 Marsh Road, Bealeton
The Bealeton-Remington Ruritan Club hosts its annual ham and oyster dinner at the Cedar Lee Middle School cafeteria. The menu includes all-you-can-eat ham and fried oysters. Other events include music by the Shenandoah Travelers, a raffle and silent auction. $30 at door. Children ages 6 to 12, $12. Children 6 and younger, free.
Big Band sock hop
7 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, April 1
7403 Academic Ave., Nokesville
The Silver Tone Swing Band will perform at a 1950s-themed dance at Kettle Run High School. The event will feature a soda fountain with sandwiches and sweets, a raffle and several games including a hula-hoop and dance contest. Proceeds benefit the Kettle Run band. $10 per person. Students 14 to 16 years old need a permission slip.
Breakfast with the Easter bunny
8 a.m. Sunday, April 2
12067 Marsh Road, Bealeton
The Lois Vol. Fire Department will host an all-you-can-eat breakfast with the Easter Bunny. The menu will include pancakes, eggs, potatoes, sausage, scrapple, sausage gravy, biscuits, fruit and other items. Adults, $8; children 3 to 12 years old, $4; children 2 and younger, free.
Other options in and around Fauquier:
> Kettle Run 5K
> Runaway Brides 5K
> WARF open house
> Desert Rose Winery sixth anniversary celebration
> Sunday sketch at National Sporting Library
> Warrenton Greenway spring clean up
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