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Whenever I pick up a brush and begin to mix watercolor pigment on a palette, any stress I had prior to sitting down at my art table subside almost immediately. I benefit directly from what I perceive to be the therapeutic nature of painting. Simply put, I paint for me.

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The would-be assassin of President Ronald Reagan will be a new neighbor for residents of Williamsburg, where the John Hinckley, Jr. will be moving into his parents home after being released from custody.

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Thursday, July 28th

9:00am
Teachers have fun learning about the Civil War and gain insights to bring back to the classroom. Reservations required to earn VDOE development points.
11:00am
The exhibit will showcase small, original works of art created by Rappahannock Art League members. Hours 11am-5 pm, Tues-Sat.
12:00pm
Hear and participate in lectures featuring a lineup of leaders in the architecture, design, and preservation community in Virginia!
5:30pm
Part of the Virginia Historical Society's "See You in Class" series. Learn more and register at http://bit.ly/290OQII