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Trick or Treat!

Darth Vader and Stormtroopers at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum

The nights are crisp and clear, jack-o-lanterns and scarecrows light up windows and doorsteps, and enormous bags of candy are the first thing you see in every grocery store. It must be Halloween! Putting on costumes, playing silly tricks, and eating your weight in candy – when else are you encouraged to have this much […]

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Loudoun After Dark

Oatlands Historic House & Gardens hosts their annual After-Dark Paranormal Tours.

Loudoun is an area rich in history, evident in the historic homes and structures in the downtown districts as well as in the numerous heritage attractions the county has to offer. While your typical tour of these historic properties will include accounts of the lives of former residents, notable events, and architectural tidbits, there’s a […]

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Fall To-Do List, Loudoun County Style

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There are lots of things to love about fall: cooler temperatures, crimson-colored leaves, cider doughnuts – pumpkin flavored everything! But since the season lasts just a few short months, it’s key to maximize every autumnal activity possible. Lucky for us, there’s no better place to revel in all the amazing aspects of autumn than Loudoun […]

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Halloween in Loudoun: Rated PG-13

Paxton Manor, home of Shocktober.

It’s getting dark earlier and the evening air is taking on the chill of autumn. Pumpkins and cornstalks decorate doorsteps, noting the harvest season and the arrival of Halloween. But if jack-o-lanterns, scarecrows, and hay bales transformed into spiders don’t offer the thrills and chills you’re seeking this season, Loudoun has a few Halloween experiences […]

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Independence Day Celebrations

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July 4th is just over a week away! It’s a time to celebrate our great country with some of our favorite traditions – barbecues, parades, picnics, and, of course, fireworks. For me, the best July 4th celebrations are in America’s small towns.  Watching a community gather on a summer day to share food, listen to […]

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