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  1. Paddle the Park Kayak Rentals

    August 5, 2018, 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    The Paddle the Park program allows for the rental of both solo and tandem kayaks for use in Ridgeview Park. Kayaks are rented on hour increments on a first come first served basis on Saturday and Sunday afternoons throughout the pool season beginning June 2. Register and pay at the pool house and get and return equipment riverside at the kayak tent.

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  2. Music in the Mountains

    August 5, 2018, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Humpback Rocks Visitor Center

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  3. Sunday S'mores and Sunsets

    August 5, 2018, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Stable Craft Brewing

    With the purchase of a meal, we are offering our guests one of our S'mores Kits. Sit around the firepite and enjoy s'mores, sunsets, and pints every Sunday!

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  4. "Survival" with Elizabeth Fuller

    August 5, 2018, 7:00 PM @ Shenandoah Valley Art Center (SVAC)

    Survival features Fuller as two halves of herself. As Lou, she’s been down the road and back, 77 years of surviving everything, from having been born Sherilee (“Parents make a lotta mistakes: do I look like a Sherilee?”) to dealing with a high-maintenance friend (“She’s tried suicide three times and survived all three—never was good with practical stuff.”). Lou’s weathered, sinewy humor, and her baggy pants, barn jacket and knit cap would blend right into the local farmers’ market. As the daily news trumpets disaster — “Annihilation Awareness Day,” “International Apocalypse Week” — Lou calls for rescue to her Inner Clown, Bozo, a red-nosed perpetual optimist. (“We don’t just sit there and say, ‘What’ll I do, what’ll I do?’ We gird up our loins and take a deep breath and rev up our engines and do something stupid.”) Fuller has played more than 2,500 performances throughout the U.S.

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