COTU Happenings - Sept/Oct  2014
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Arts & Culture
Randolph-Macon College

Featured Artists & Business:

Dancers:  
Michael & Frances Smith
of
Off and Dancing! Studio 

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Vogue Flowers has been in the Center of the Universe for 1 Year.  Happy Anniversary!   

A belated Happy Anniversary goes to WAVES Hair Salon which will be moving to 604 England St. on October 1st.  

On Sept. 21st refunkit will celebrate their 2nd Year Anniversary. Congratulations and tell Tommy Thomasson that we love his Railroad Crossing Sign!  

  
Upcoming Events
WELCOME BACK Randolph-Macon! Show your Yellow Jacket spirit on the dates in "lemon" below.  
***R-MC gear is sold at Cross Bros. Grocery, R-MC Bookstore and TSI Promotionals!   

Sept 4 FIRST THURSDAY  Reception:   Plein Air & Big Skies with Music by Thomas Wakefield

Gallery Flux (307B England St.) 5:30-8pm – Show runs til Sept. 27th

Sept 5,6,7  R-MC Movie “Godzilla”
Brock Commons Suntrust Theater   Fri 7pm, Sat 7pm & 10pm, Sun 2pm Free for R-MC, $2 Public

Sept 7  Sun R-MC  Flippo Gallery Opening Show  Reception “Studio Windows”  by Breck Smith
 Flippo Gallery, Pace-Armistead Hall  3-5pm – Show runs til October 3rd

Sept 10  Wed  Library Program “Gathering the Harvest, Saving the Seeds”
Ashland Library  201 S. Railroad Ave.  7-8:30pm

Sept 12  Fri  Library Teen Movie Night
Ashland Library  201 S. Railroad Ave.  6-8pm  Ages 11-16 Pizza provided.

Sept 13  Sat  Library Program:  LEGO Morning
Ashland Library  201 S. Railroad Ave.  10:30am – noon Ages 5-12   

Sept 12,13,14 R-MC Movie “Oculus”
 Brock Commons Suntrust Theater   Fri 7pm, Sat 7pm & 10pm, Sun 2pm Free for R-MC, $2 Public

Sept 17-18  THE AMAZING RAISE  
www.giverichmond.org Fundraiser for non-profits! 

Sept 17-20  R-MC Play “Agnes of God” 
Cobb Theater  8pm, $5,  Free to R-MC 

Sept 19-21  R-MC Parents Weekend
Welcome Students and Families Around Town.  Ice-Cream at the Ashland/Hanover Visitor’s Center

Sept 19,20-21 R-MC Movie “Maleficent”
Brock Commons Suntrust Theater   Fri 7pm, Sat 7pm & 10pm, Sun 2pm Free for R-MC, $2 Public

Sept 20  Sat Virginia Art Chat with Ms. Lisa Freiman
Gallery Flux (307B England St.) 1pm.  Learn about the new Institute of Comtemporary Art.

Sept 20  Sat 6-11pm , Ashland Street Party 
Food, beverages and dancing 
Ashland Library Plaza  (201 S. Railroad Ave). $  www.AshlandStreetParties.com 

Sept 25 Thurs R-MC French Film Shorts  “Diagnosis”, “Split Time”, & “Time to Split”
Mc-Graw Page Library Audio Visual Room, 5:30-7pm  FREE  www.rmc.edu

Sept 26,27,28  R-MC Movie “Jump Street”
 Brock Commons Suntrust Theater   Fri 7pm, Sat 7pm & 10pm, Sun 2pm Free for R-MC, $2 Public

Sept 27 Sat 1-7pm, Off the Rails Craft Beer Festival
Local breweries, gourmet food trucks and live music
Hanover Arts & Activities Center (500 S. Center St.)  $ www.hanoverarts.org

Sept 27 Sat Slay the Dragon 5K Walk/Run
Benefits National LeioMyoSarcoma Foundation
Race begins at Carter Park 8:30am $

Sept 29 Mon R-MC Lecture  “Can a Warrier Wear a Tiara? Pressures of Disney Productions”
Brock Commons Dollar Tree Community Room 7pm FREE

Oct 2  FIRST THURSDAY Reception: Marilyn Hageman Borglum  equestrian artist
Gallery Flux (307B England St.) 5:30-8pm – Show runs til Oct. 31

Oct 3,4,5  R-MC Movie “Tammy”
Brock Commons Suntrust Theater   Fri 7pm, Sat 7pm & 10pm, Sun 2pm Free for R-MC, $2 Public

Oct 3,4 Behind The Curtain Show “Ashland Haunted History Tour" 
Tour Begins at 114 N. Railroad Ave. Henry Clay Inn; 6-8pm Every 15 minutes $10  www.haunted ashland.com

Oct 4 Sat  Pumpkin Run  5K or 1 mile walk
Race begins at Ashland Berry Farm, Benefits Hanover Safe Place www.hanoversafeplace.com

Oct 4  Sat  Ashland Crop Hunger Walk 3 miles
Race begins at Carter Park 8:30am  Benefits Ending Hunger

Oct 5 Sun R-MC Pre-Concert Lecture  & Richmond Symphony Orchestra: Metro Collection
Lecture:Brock Commons Dollar Tree Community Room 2pm FREE
Symphony: Blackwell Auditorium, 3pm  $ Ticket Required – call 804-788-1212

Oct 7 Tues R-MC Poetry: Pulitzer Prize Winner Natasha Trethewey 
Blackwell Auditorium, 7:30pm   FREE

Oct 8 Wed R-MC Latin Ballet of Virginia Performance
Brock Center Aerobics Room 7:30pm   FREE

Oct 10 Fri  Library Program:  Scavenger Hunt
Ashland Library  201 S. Railroad Ave.  6-7:30pm Ages 11-16   Refreshments provided

Oct 10-11  Behind The Curtain Show “Something Wicked's Slash Coffin Factory" 
118 B Thompson St.  9pm, 10pm & 11pm  $20  www.seesomethingwicked.com

Oct 10,11 Behind The Curtain Show “Ashland Haunted History Tour" 
Tour Begins at 114 N. Railroad Ave. Henry Clay Inn; 6-8pm Every 15 minutes $10  www.haunted ashland.com

Oct 17,18,19 R-MC Movie “Jersey Boys”
 Brock Commons Suntrust Theater   Fri 7pm, Sat 7pm & 10pm, Sun 2pm Free for R-MC, $2 Public

Oct 17 Fri R-MC Quartet: “An Evening of Bossa Nova with Quatro Na Bossa”
Blackwell Auditorium, 7:30pm   FREE

Oct 17-18  Behind The Curtain Show “Something Wicked's Slash Coffin Factory" 
118 B Thompson St.  9pm, 10pm & 11pm  $20  www.seesomethingwicked.com

Oct 17,18 Behind The Curtain Show “Ashland Haunted History Tour" 
Tour Begins at 114 N. Railroad Ave. Henry Clay Inn; 6-8pm Every 15 minutes $10  www.haunted ashland.com

Oct 18 Sat  Sat Virginia Art Chat with Mr. Duane Keiser
Gallery Flux (307B England St.) 1pm.  Learn about the new Institute of Comtemporary Art.

Oct 18 Sat Saturday Harvest Run 10K & Pumpkin Walk 5K
Race begins at Carter Park $

Oct 19 Sun R-MC  Flippo Gallery Opening Show  Reception “Earth, Sea and Sky”  by Chris Palmer
Flippo Gallery, Pace-Armistead Hall  3-5pm – Show runs til Nov 14

Oct 22 Wed R-MC Debate “British Debaters vs. R-MC
 Washington-Franklin Hall 7:30pm FREE

Oct 24 Fri  Library Program:  Boo to You Too!
Ashland Library  201 S. Railroad Ave. 6-7:30pm Ages 4-10 & Families too!   Refreshments provided
 
Oct 24-26  R-MC Homecoming Weekend
Welcome Students and Families Around Town.  Ice-Cream at the Ashland/Hanover Visitor’s Center

Oct 24,25,26 R-MC Movie “Captain America 2”
Brock Commons Suntrust Theater   Fri 7pm, Sat 7pm & 10pm, Sun 2pm Free for R-MC, $2 Public

Oct 24-25 Behind The Curtain Show “Something Wicked's Slash Coffin Factory" 
118 B Thompson St.  9pm, 10pm & 11pm  $20  www.seesomethingwicked.com

Oct24,25  Behind The Curtain Show “Ashland Haunted History Tour" 
Tour Begins at 114 N. Railroad Ave. Henry Clay Inn; 6-8pm Every 15 minutes $10  www.haunted ashland.com

Oct 27  Mon R-MC Women’s Studies Lecture Series “Why Isn’t Anne of Cleves Ugly”? Based on Henry VIII
Old Chapel  Room 212  7pm   FREE

Oct 28  Tues R-MC Women’s Studies Lecture Series “Mary Magdelene, The Da Vinci Code, and History”
Brock Commons Dollar Tree Community Room 7pm FREE

Oct 28,29,30  Behind The Curtain Show “Something Wicked's Slash Coffin Factory" 
118 B Thompson St.  9pm, 10pm & 11pm  $20  www.seesomethingwicked.com

Oct 28,29,30 Behind The Curtain Show “Ashland Haunted History Tour" 
Tour Begins at 114 N. Railroad Ave. Henry Clay Inn; 6-8pm Every 15 minutes $10  www.haunted ashland.com

Oct 31  Fri  Halloween At The Center & Hanover Concert Band
 The Center 500 S. Center St. 6:30-8:30pm  FREE  www.hanoverarts.org

Oct 31, Nov 1, 2 R-MC Movie “Quiet Ones”
Brock Commons Suntrust Theater   Fri 7pm, Sat 7pm & 10pm, Sun 2pm Free for R-MC, $2 Public

Nov 1  Sat 12th Annual Ashland Train Day 
Celebrate Ashland’s railroad heritage along our tracks.  Trolley rides & family fun! 10am - 5pm  FREE www.AshlandTrainDay.com 

 

 

Ongoing Entertainment...


Gallery Flux  (Main Gallery 307B England St. & Annex 302 England St.) Hours: Tues-Fri 11am-5pm Sat 11am-4pm. Opening Reception the First Thursday of Each Month 5:30-8pm.  Art demos & refreshments served.  

R-MC Flippo Gallery  (Pace-Armistead Hall 114 College Ave.) Hours:  Mon-Fri 10am-4pm & by Appt. New Exhibits each semester.

Ashland Museum (105 Hanover Ave.) Open every Sat 10am-2pm  & Sun 12:30-2:30pm & by appointment.  Walking tours, camps, & exhibits.  www.ashlandmuseum.org

Ashland Library  (201 S. Railroad Ave.) Open Mon-Thurs 10am-9pm, Fri-Sat 10am-6pm. Story times for kids Mon10-12am & Tues 10-11am. Book Clubs meet every month.  Teen Movie Nights & special programs.

Farmer's Market  (121 Thompson St. Behind Town Hall) Open every Sat from 9am-12pm May-Nov

Live Music:
Ashland Coffee & Tea  (100 N. Railroad Ave) Song-Writer Showdown on Tuesday nights, Applachian Celtic Jam 1st& 3rd Sat.  Children's Program 2nd & 4th Thur 11am $
Iron Horse(100 S. Railroad Ave) Live Music every weekend
Concerts @  R-MC Blackwell Auditorium  (202 Henry St) Richmond Symphony, Ashland Musical Variety Show Mar 19,20,21Masterworks Chorale

Dance: 
Off & Dancing Studio (110 Thompson St.) Dances held Last Friday of the Month 6-8pm.  www.offanddancing.com

Theater:
Ashland Firehouse Theater/Whistlestop Theater Company (201 Duncan St) Live Black Box Theater
R-MC Cobb Theater (202 Henry St.) Live Theater productions each semester.

Movies: R-MC Brock Commons Movie Mania (212 Henry St)  Movies every Fri 7pm, Sat 7pm & 10pm & Sun 2pm Cost: $2  R-MC students, staff, faculty FREE

Wine Tastings: Every Friday 5-8pm Caboose Wine & Cheese  (108 S. Railroad Ave)

Craft Beer:  Tues-Fri 4-9pm Sat-Sun (1-9pm) COTU Brewing Co. (11293 Air Park Rd)

Have an event to share?:  
email mainstreetashland@gmail.com.  We encourage you to post events on the Town of Ashland calendar as well.

First Thursday Sept 4th Enjoy great Music & Art!
Visit Gallery Flux tonight from 5:30-8 pm for the Ashland First Thursdays Opening Reception! In the Annex you will find a collection of artwork by our Gallery Artists. In the main space will be the second opening for the 'Plein Air & Big Skies' show!  LIVE music by Thomas Wakefield and Friends and 10% off all artwork purchased during the reception. Each visitor will receive a special coupon to the The Iron Horse Restaurant at the door!   Live music will be performed at the Iron Horse as well!

Ashland Main Street Association applauds businesses that promote each other!   Make First Thursdays a date night in downtown Ashland!
Main Street Communities Collaborate
Fredericksburg and Ashland - WORKING TOGETHER!  

(Photo:  Left: Ann Glave, Fredericksburg Main Street Association Executive Director; Right: Ashland Main Street Train Day Chairman, Bill Gatewood;  Middle: Cindy Gatewood- Train Day Committee member;  Photo taken by Jen Chambers, Ashland Main Street  Promotions Chair).

Ashland Main Street traveled to Fredericksburg  to discuss Train Day ideas & how both communities can benefit from this event.  Fredericksburg does NOT  have a Train Day event. Ms. Glave is no stranger to Ashland!    She used to serve on the Ashland Main Street Board prior to working for Fredericksburg. She gave a wonderful tour of Downtown Fredericksburg to include shops and restaurants that are unique and what might draw visitors from Ashland. This collaboration will continue and we hope to have many visitors from Fredericksburg on Train Day and to explore our Arts & Culture District! 
 
 
All Aboard ! 12th Annual Train Day 
November 1st!  

The Train Day committee is excited to make our 12th Annual Train Day the best ever. We are meeting with key stakeholders this week to finalize details.  Look for a Train Day special edition of GET CENTERED with details on Entertainment,  Sponsorship and Vendor registration next week!  

For questions or concerns feel free to call Bill Gatewood, Ashland Train Day Chairman, at AshlandTrainDay@yahoo.com or call our Train Day HOT LINE # 804-412-7288    
Non-Profits do great things!
Ashland Main Street Association applauds The Center for doing so many wonderful things for the Center of the Universe.  Join them for Ashland's 2nd Annual Craft Beer Festival which will take place on Sept. 27th from 1-7pm!   Can't make it the festival - please consider making a donation to the Hanover Arts & Activities Center 500 S. Center St. Ashland, VA 23005.  Did you know they run the July 4th Parade and the Ashland Musical Variety Show - they do so much for so many!  The contribution is entirely tax-deductible.  We hope to see you at the festival this month!  Questions- Interested in Volunteering?  Contact Sara Holloway at 798-2728 or visit www.hanoverarts.org



Don't miss the End of Summer Street Party with Ron Moody and the Centaurs Saturday, September 20th 6-11pm in the Library Plaza.  Visit www.ashlandstreetparties.com for more info! 
Enjoy History? 
Have some time to spare?
How about volunteering for the Ashland Museum? 
Click HERE to submit your contact information or visit us at 105 Hanover Avenue in downtown Ashland.  Check out our latest exhibit!  www.ashlandmuseum.org 
 
The Ashland Library is offering a variety of programs this Fall to include a program on how to gather the harvest and save seeds which takes place on Wed. Sept 10th. from 7-8:30pm. Click HERE to see what other classes and programs are being offered at our downtown library. Questions?  Contact Cathy Bach at 798-4072.   
Save the dates!  

6am Wed, Sept. 17 - 6pm Thurs, Sept 18th


Visit www.giverichmond.com  for more details on how to support non-profits in our community.
Hanover Safe Place Combines RUNS to benefit Many!

Fundraising is an important part of the non-profit world.  Over the past few years, Hanover Safe Place has experienced great success in partnering with civic organizations for fundraising events.  With that thought in mind, HSP has joined forces with the GFWC Ashcake Woman’s Club for a new event on October 18th, 2014.  Combining our two established runs, we have formed the Ashland Harvest Run & Pumpkin Walk.  The event will start at 8:00am at Ashland Carter Park and will consist of a 10K run, 5K walk/run and 1 Mile family event through the Town of Ashland.  Taking the established, certified courses of the Ashland Harvest Run, and adding the family-fun event of the Hanover Safe Place Pumpkin Run, this new event is promising to be a great day.  We are excited to see where this new collaboration takes both groups, and are enjoying working together, spreading the word about the event and important issues in our community.  For more information on the Ashland Harvest Run & Pumpkin Walk, visit www.ashlandharvestrun.com.  We hope you will join us October 18th, as we celebrate this new partnership.

Ashland is truly a WALK/RUN FRIENDLY town!  Check out the Fall Events and click on the links below for more details & to register! 

Slay the Dragon Walk/Run
Saturday, September 27th   
Begins at Carter Park 
Benefits:  National LeioMyosarcoma Foundation

Ashland CROP Hunger Walk
Saturday, October 4th  Begins at Carter Park
Benefits: Ashland Christian Emergency Services

Ashland Harvest Run & Pumpkin Walk 
Saturday, October 18  Begins at Carter Park
Benefits:  Hanover Safe Place, Hanover Habitat for Humanity, Hanover Interfaith Free Clinics, Patrick Henry Family Y, ACES, WHEAT & The RAFT House

 
Randolph-Macon Gives Back to Ashland!
R-MC hosts Bluemont's 10th Season

R-MC Blackwell Auditorium and new this year, the Brock Commons plaza, provided a great place to listen to music under the stars for the entire community!   All Sunday night concerts in August had perfect weather and were well attended!  At the request of R-MC an "Ashland Welcomes R-MC" Summer Finale Concert was held in front of Brock Commons on August 31st to include the community and all R-MC students, faculty and staff.  Many thanks to Market Ashland Partnership and the Town of Ashland for providing door prizes for the students.  Ashland Main Street Association Ice Cream cart sold treats to the crowd which will help to fund Train Day!  
 Thank you for bringing MOVIE MANIA to the COTU!  

$2 Movies Every Weekend-  R-MC Brock Commons Sun Trust Theater Fri at 7pm, Sat at 7pm & 10pm and & Sun at 2pm. 
Business & Artist Spotlight: Off and Dancing Studio & Dancers
 Off And Dancing! Studio Gives Back to the Community

Dancers Michael and Frances Smith are in the Spotlight!  
 
If you are out for a casual stroll along 110 Thompson Street (building across from Town Hall - next to AC&T)  you will mostly likely hear three things . . .  dance music coming from the ballroom, a voice repeating . . . slow, slow, quick, quick . . or maybe one, two, three . . . and lots of laughter.

Long time students, Frances and Michael Smith have been taking private and group ballroom dance instruction at Off And Dancing! for a little over 5 years.  Their interest started in ballroom dance after taking cruise vacations. (Photo Above was taken on a cruise to Hawaii).   Michael explains that while on their third cruise to Hawaii in 2009, they were sitting in one of the ship's bars after dinner and watching everyone else dance and have fun, my wife "decided" (and I must admit that I did agree) that we needed to take dance lessons. After the cruise, we took a short waltz and east coast swing class at the YMCA.  Thus began their dancing “careers”.  They have been with the talented instructors at Off And Dancing! ever since. 

Off and Dancing! is a unique business to our area - in fact they are  the only dance studio in Hanover County dedicated to teaching adults social ballroom dance.  Clients will travel from Fredericksburg to receive lessons from these talented instructors.   Ashland Main Street Association applauds this business for bringing more visitors to the Center of the Universe and chose them as our spotlight business for this and for their generous hospitality.    

Off And Dancing! has offered their space for Ashland's 12th Annual Train Day which takes place November 1st.   Studio instructors and students will also be performing dance demonstrations throughout the day in conjunction with the festivities.  

Classes at Off And Dancing! are offered year around, offering both group and private lessons.  A wide variety of dances are taught, including the traditional Waltz, Foxtrot, East Coast Swing, Rumba and Cha Cha.  Salsa, Tango are also taught, as well as Contemporary Line Dance on Tuesdays (Wobble, Blurred Lines, Rockefeller) and Country Line Dance, Country Two Step, and Country Waltz on Thursday nights.  All classes are in a very encouraging and fun environment.  Don’t have a dance partner?  Don’t worry, singles are encouraged to attend.  The studio sponsors a 4th Friday Open Dance every month.  The dance starts at 7pm with a short group lesson and then general dancing afterwards. 

Class calendars are published on their Facebook page and webpage.  Inquiries about classes, both group and private, should be directed to info@offanddancing.com or by calling the studio line at 804-396-4623. 
 
Make the 4th Friday of the Month - Date Night at Off and Dancing!  
Ashland Main Street Association Thanks YOU for bringing this unique business to Ashland!  
 
Visit our Downtown Galleries
Gallery Flux (307B England Street, Open Tues-Fri 10am-5pm Sat 11am-4pm & Annex by appointment)
 
Sept 4   5:30-8pm   First Thursday Reception:   Plein Air & Big Skies with Music by Thomas Wakefield Show runs til Sept. 27th

Sept 20   1pm  Virginia Art Chat with Ms. Lisa Freiman
Learn about the new Institute of Comtemporary Art.

 
Flippo Gallery (1st floor of Paces Armistead Hall at Randolph-Macon College, Open Mon-Fri 10am-4pm & by appointment)

Sept 7 Sun  3-5pm Opening Show â€œStudio Windows”  by Breck Smith (Show runs til Oct 3)
         

Visit the Ashland Art Alliance website to find out about artists in your community. 


Hanover has wonderful art galleries just outside of Downtown Ashland. Visit the websites below for more information. 

Cross Mill Gallery
Art Studio at 301
Montpelier Center for Arts & Education

 
A.C.E.S. WISH LIST

The Ashland Christian Emergency Services is located in Downtown Ashland.  Please help others in need. 

Note: The  food pantry is lower than it has been in a long time. The boy scouts usually give us a substantial food donation in November, but until then we are concerned that we will continue to struggle. On numerous occasions this summer we have had to purchase groceries in order to supply our clients with the very basics. Considering that we only give groceries to a client every 60 days, we would certainly prefer to do more. Please let your congregation know that our need for food items is greater than usual and we would greatly appreciate anything they could donate. The list below is the greatest need, but any food item and any toiletries (toilet paper, soap, toothpaste, shampoo, etc.) would be greatly appreciated.

Here is their Wish List for September:
 
Adults:
      undergarments - all sizes
      tennis shoes - all sizes
 
Children's:
      tennis shoes - all sizes
      winter pajamas - all sizes
 
Food:
      potatoes
      rice
      oatmeal
      Brunswick stew, beef stew
      Hamburger helper - or similar boxed dinners
      Canned fruits
      Spaghetti sauce
      Soups
      Baked beans, pork and beans
      Canned vegetables - with the exception of corn and green beans
 
All donations are greatly appreciated.  Donations may be dropped off at 507B Caroline St. (behind Haskins) on Mon, Wed and Fri from 8:30-11:30am.  
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All About Main Street  & 'GET CENTERED' 

Ashland Main Street Association is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization, founded to help build Ashland into a vibrant, diverse community of residents, businesses, arts and cultural organizations, and to bring visitors into historic downtown Ashland.  It works to preserve, enhance and promote downtown Ashland, to improve the economic vitality and livability of our unique town while preserving its historic character.  On June 7, 2013 Ashland Main Street Association was recognized as a designated Virginia Main Street Community.  

The Virginia Main Street Program is a preservation-based economic and community development program that follows the Main Street Four-Point Approachâ„¢ developed by the National Trust Main Street Center. Virginia Main Street offers a range of services and assistance to communities interested in revitalizing their historic commercial districts.  
 
'GET CENTERED' is Ashland Main Street Association's monthly newsletter that highlights events in the Center of the Universe.  We feature businesses, artists, nonprofits, Randolph-Macon College and town events in each issue.
 
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If you have questions or wish to submit an article for review - please email mainstreetashland@gmail.com.  Articles must be submitted by the 1st of the month to be published in the next issue.  

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