Annual Crozet Car Show with all proceeds going to supporting Crozet Park.
No experience required! Just follow along while our Social Painting Instructor guides you step-by-step through the featured painting in about two hours. If you’re feeling creative, change the colors to suit your décor or go completely rogue. We provide all the painting supplies: a 16”x20” canvas, acrylic paint, brushes, smock, music, and a good time.
Come out early to enjoy a meal before we get started, just let them know you’re with Paint Nite. Secure your seats 15 minutes before start time, especially if part of a large group. Drinks are available for purchase from the venue and are NOT included in the ticket price. NO BYOB. Events are for adults, 21+ only.
Join us to celebrate Valentine’s Day by building your own sand art succulent terrarium. One drink included with each ticket.
Crozet Community Orchestra Concert
Directed by Philip Clark
Clarinet Concerto in A Major by W. A. Mozart
with clarinet soloist James Tobin
Also on the program: works by Aram Khatchaturian and Joaquin Turina
And introducing: Heather Pryse, AHS Student Composer-Conductor
Hit Kicker 99.7 will be broadcasting LIVE from our FREE PARTY!
Pro Re Nata Brewery wants you to join us in celebrating our 2nd Anniversary on Saturday, Sept 23 from 11am-11pm! This is going to be a HUGE PARTY…..And entry is FREE!
PRN Bottle Release:
Black Barleywine: Apple Brandy & Bourbon Barrel Aged Variants
PRN Special Tappings:
2016 Anniversary Ale, Grand Poobah (Chocolate), Dark Cherry Sour, Wet Hopped IPA, Barrel Aged English Olde Ale
Guest Brewery Tappings:
O’Connor Brewing Co., Three Notch’d Brewing Company, Ocelot Brewing Company
Grit City Grass (12-2pm)
Matt Johnson (2-4pm)
SaraJane McDonald & SweetFire (4-7pm)
The John Marshall Mays Band (7-10pm)
Kelly Bronze will be here giving out samples of their amazing Turkey. Get ahead of the holiday rush and order your Turkey before they sell out! www.kellyturkeys.com
10 TV’s for Football Games
Drawings and Prizes
Awesome people….and so much more!
Hope to see you all at PRN to help us celebrate this momentous occasion…. 2 incredibly solid years of amazing Craftbeer in Crozet, Virginia.
What: Fore Kids Golf Tournament
When: Thursday, Sept. 21. Shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Cost: $320/team of four. Boxed lunches will be provided.
The Fore Kids Golf Tournament is open to all golfers and is hosted by VDOT’s Culpeper District Commonwealth of Virginia Campaign (CVC) Committee, which is a voluntary charitable giving program for state employees that raises funds for numerous nonprofit health and humanitarian organizations throughout the state of Virginia.
This tournament will benefit Piedmont CASA, which provides and supports trained volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children. Last year, they served 294 boys and girls – more than ever before. Research shows that children with CASA Volunteers spend less time in court, less time in foster homes, obtain more medical care, do better in school, and find safe and permanent homes faster – all keys to breaking the debilitating cycle of abuse and neglect. No other organization performs this service and they do not charge fees.
As noted on the Crozet Calendar, there is going to be a community meeting about the rezoning hearing for the next phase of Foothill Crossing on 21 January at Crozet Library at 7pm. Based on the comments I’ve received, I suspect it should be well attended.
It looks like the big change is that the developer is seeking to add attached homes to the mix, a change from having only single family homes. More information here.
Dig into the project at Albemarle County’s great County View site; search for Application# SUB201400214, which reads (prior to this rezoning coming forth):
Do you attend (or eligible to attend) Brownsville, Crozet Elem, Meriwether Lewis, Murray, Henley, Western Albemarle or Nelson County schools?
Then Peachtree Baseball is for you!!!
2014 Registration will be held
Tuesday, January 7th & Thursday, January 9th
6:30-8:30 p.m. at Field School
1408 Crozet Ave, Crozet, Va 22932
Peachtree Baseball offers competitive, well organized divisions for those 4-15 years of age. If you will be league age 4-15 by May 1st,2014, and live within the district, then come by to sign up to play baseball in your community!!!
Cost will be $80.00 ($60.00 for Blastball division), due at the time of registration. Make checks payable to Peachtree Baseball.
Please bring birth certificate when registering.
On Sunday, December 1 at 4 p.m. (after the Santa parade!) the Art Box is hosting The Crozet Gazette‘s Calendar Photo Contest ice cream sundae reception with judge Sam Abell of National Geographic fame. Hope to see you there!
Thanks to Charlottesville Tomorrow’s tweet for pointing out this staff report from Albemarle County: Quarterly Capital Projects Status Report (PDF). You can do what I did. Open the PDF and search for Crozet. 🙂
– Stormwater Project – Substantially complete September 2012 — Remainder of woody vegetation to be planted January 2013
– Crozet Library – Construction underway; approximately 40% complete as of December 2012 — Working to resolve fiber conflict with storm sewer — Substantial completion July 2013 — Occupancy August 2013
– Crozet Streetscape Phase II – Utility relocation complete – 1st Quarter 2013 — Streetscape –Bid/award 2nd Quarter, ~ 12-14 months construction — Library Ave accepted in State system
– Crozet North Sidewalk – Replacing or constructing approximately 1100 feet of sidewalk and drainage improvements along the west side of Crozet Avenue from Saint George Avenue to Crozet Elementary School. A Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Grant provides improved pedestrian crossing at the school and extends sidewalk to Ballard Drive —- Completing right-of-way & easement plats for 3 parcels (Crozet North); SRTS right-of-way and easement acquisition completed — Submit plans to VDOT for SRTS February 2013 and Crozet N Sidewalk April 2013 and request authorization to bid
There’s a full description of all of the above projects in the above-linked PDF; if you’re interested in what’s happening in Crozet, it’s a good way to spend 15 minutes.