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2280 Garth Road, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901
Innkeeper(s): Dan and Kathryn Bundy
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Things to Do in Charlottesville, VA - September 2014 26 Aug 2014, 12:19 pm

September in Charlottesville, VA is packed full of festivals and events to celebrate the end of summer and welcome the start of fall. Here at Foxfield Inn, we are so excited for all the options that this month provides to showcase our region's specialties and pride. Whether you want to check out a festival, taste our area's bounty, or enjoy the great outdoors, Charlottesville has much to offer this September.

In tribute to the traditional harvest celebrations, this month is jam-packed with festivals of all different varieties for you to enjoy, from food to music to history to beer. Click on the links to learn more about each festival.
Meet Yer Eats
Labor Day Celebration at Wintergreen Resort
Monday, September 1, 10am-5pm

Meet Yer Eats at select nearby farms
Monday, September 1, 10am-4pm

Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival
9/7, 9/11, 9/12, 9/13, 9/18 at various times and locations
Heritage Harvest Festival at Monticello
Friday and Saturday, September 12-13, 9am-4pm

Fall Fruit - Tomatoes
Fall Fruit Festival at Edible Landscaping
Saturday, September 20, 9am-5pm

Top of the Hops Beer Fest at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion
Saturday, September 20, 3pm

Constitution Day Celebration at Montpelier
Taste of Freedom Wine Festival
Saturday, September 20, 10am-9pm

Top of the Hops
Oktoberfest at Devil's Backbone Brewing Company

Thursday, September 25, 1130am-10pm

Oktoberfest at Blue Mountain Brewery
Saturday, September 27, 11am-9pm

Charlottesville Vegetarian Festival at Lee Park
Saturday, September 27, 11am-5pm

Of interest to foodies, oenophiles, and beer-lovers
As the weather cools down and the summer humidity dissipates, the sunsets become more brilliant and Virginia landscapes come to life. Why not relax with a glass of wine or craft beer and take it all in?
Carter Mountain Apples

First Wednesdays at King Family Vineyards
Wednesday, September 3, 5-830pm

Thursday Evening Sunset Series at Carter Mountain Orchard
 Thursdays, 6-9pm

Woodson's Mill Tour
Saturdays, September 6 through October 18, 12-4pm

Vine & Dine Harvest Dinner at Trump Winery
Trump Winery
Thursday, September 11, 630-9pm

New Belgium CLiPS Beer & Film Night at Washington Park
Friday, September 12, 730pm

Starry Nights at Veritas Vineyard & Winery
Saturday, September 13, 7-11pm

Third Thursdays at Trump Winery
Thursday, September 18, 6-8pm
Veritas Vineyard Patio

Johnny Appleseed's 240th Birthday Celebration at Carter Mountain Orchard
Saturday, September 27, beginning at 1030am

If the start of football season lures you outside in September, here are some additional outdoor events you may want to attend.

CavMan - UVA Football
UVA Football Games
Saturday, September 6, 330pm vs. Richmond
Saturday, September 13, vs. Louisville

Gardens & Grounds Tour (free) at Montpelier
Sundays, September 7 through October 26, 2pm
Roseland Polo at King Family Vineyards
Sundays, 1pm

Flower-Arranging with Foxie at Afton Mountain Vineyards
Foxfield Races
Sunday, September 28, 1-4pm

Fall Foxfield Races
Sunday, September 28, 10am-5pm

What events are you excited to attend this September in Charlottesville? Let us know how else we at Foxfield Inn can make your stay as special as possible.

Your Innkeepers,
Dan & Kathryn Bundy
Foxfield Inn | A Charlottesville, VA Bed and Breakfast

Amphibians at Foxfield Inn, Charlottesville VA 17 Aug 2014, 12:45 pm

What?  OK, I realize this is probably a strange topic for Foxfield Inn but we have some interesting frogs and toads here at the inn.  I know most people want to know what there is to do in Charlottesville VA or about the food we are serving or about all the beautiful birds in our yard or even the horse races down the road from us.  But no, today it is going to be about frogs and toads.

We have a small fish pond in the backyard that has become home to several frogs in addition to our many goldfish.

Last summer we had 6 frogs sitting on the rocks surrounding the pond.  Of course we stood there admiring them and forgot to take a picture.  Then there are the frogs that like to go for a swim such as this one and just laze about in the water.

We recently discovered this toad hiding in one of our outdoor potted plants.  The look on his face makes me think he is mad at us for finding his hideout.  I will say he did startle me when I went to water the plant.  He has since moved on - to where I don't know but I do hope he likes his new home.

While your visiting us don't forget to check out the fishpond to see our beautiful frogs and fish.

Your innkeepers,
Dan & Kathryn Bundy
Foxfield Inn | A Charlottesville, VA Bed and Breakfast

Date Night: The Charlottesville, VA Area Craft Beer Experience 7 Aug 2014, 9:14 am

Walk into any local restaurant or brewery here in Charlottesville, VA and the taps are flowing. And I don't mean with Bud Light. August is Virginia Craft Beer month, and in case you haven't heard, we have a lot to celebrate. Virginia boasts over 60 craft breweries, all producing incredibly interesting interpretations of those liquid fermented grains that even our local hero, Thomas Jefferson, was known to experiment with. The month culminates in a large festival at Devil's Backbone Brewing Company where winners in various tasting categories will be crowned.

Charlottesville has historically enjoyed tourism of its wineries, and while they are still going strong, craft breweries are catching up. To explore this phenomenon, I sat down with Scotty Lynch of Fardowner's in Crozet.

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The very first time I walked into Fardowner's, a short, fifteen-minute drive from the inn, every table was full of diners and it was standing room only at the bar. A large chalkboard on one wall listed in bright colors the names of the beers on tap, and I only recognized one or two of them. My husband and I squeezed in, and before long, Scotty, a tall, kind-faced man with long, wavy hair tied back in a loose ponytail, sidled up to ask me what I'd like to drink. Our beer-drinking friends speak in hushed, reverent tones about Scotty's vast knowledge of beer, so naturally I asked him what he recommended. He responded with a question: "What do you like?"

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Scotty Lynch stands in front of the
beer chalkboard at Fardowner's.
That was almost two years ago, but the proliferation of craft beer in our area has increased exponentially. Back in the day, like many restaurants, Fardowner's sold copious amounts of familiar mainstream beer (namely Miller Lite--the one national name they still keep on tap), and it was a small personal victory for Scotty whenever a customer ventured to order a craft beer and, even more, enjoyed it. Today, with so many flavor profiles to choose from, Scotty has to ask me what I like. Today, saying "I'll have a beer" in a Charlottesville bar is like saying "I'll have some food" upon entering a restaurant.

As for craft beer's increasing popularity, it's a boom to which Scotty attributes several factors. The biggest one being that the food and beverage laws in our state changed just in the past year and a half so that breweries no longer have to simultaneously operate a restaurant in order to serve alcohol to the public. (Many still serve food regardless, and at those that don't, our local food truck scene is happy to oblige).

Secondly, Virginia is home to many university towns, like Charlottesville, and some of the most popular Virginia breweries tend to pop up around them for a steady clientele who, well, enjoy drinking beer. And finally, Scotty believes Virginia was simply primed to embrace craft beer--geographically as the centrally located "crossroads" of the East Coast, and economically as the emphasis on local and artisanal foods have brought folks more in touch with the fresh and unique flavors that characterize a region.

In his restaurant, Scotty observes the transformation that happens when customers try a new beer. "They'll go, 'Hey, this is pretty good. If I like this one, maybe there are others [craft beers] I'll like.'" He continues, "If you really want to experience the [Charlottesville] area, why would you get a Bud Light that you can get at any gas station in your own hometown?" Scotty advises visitors to take a cue from the locals and seek out a new experience and order something that, perhaps, you can't yet get back home.

But what? Or how?

Here is some of Scotty's advice for making the most of your Virginia craft beer experience near Charlottesville.

  • There are several beer tour services now that will escort you from brewery to brewery. But if you're driving yourself, plan to start at Devil's Backbone Brewing Company (it's the farthest out) and then head back towards town.
  • That said, don't bite off more than you can chew. Think quality versus quantity. A large part of tasting craft beer in Virginia is taking in the experience. Try a sample of multiple beers--many places offer tasting flights. When you find something you like, order a pint, play a round of cornhole, and take in your surroundings--whether a breathtaking mountain view, a lively social scene, or a German-inspired biergarten. "Have fun with it!" Scotty urges.
  • In large part, craft beer drinkers are friendly folk. Talk to your neighbors! Talk to the staff! They are extremely knowledgeable and will be able to help you find something you will enjoy drinking.
  • If you'd like to go more in-depth with your visit, many breweries offer tours. Scotty recommends Devil's Backbone's Lexington facility (if you're willing to make the drive), Starr Hill, Three Notch'd Brewing Company, and Champion Brewing Company. One of them used to be a TV dinner production factory, but we'll leave it up to you to tour them and find out which.

Scotty's final piece of advice is particularly applicable for our visiting couples wherein one person enjoys beer and the other does not: "Just because you think you don't like beer, doesn't mean you don't like beer." There is almost always something for every palate, even if you don't like the taste of lite beer or perhaps the carbonation. I myself have been surprised at the number of stouts I have sampled that were more tantalizingly reminiscent of flavored coffee than of beer. "Plus, you can always throw in a visit to one of the cideries nearby," Scotty adds.

By the way, I asked Scotty if he still sells more Miller Lite than craft beer. He smirked and said with resounding relief, "No." The most popular style of beer ordered at Fardowner's is a pale ale, so be sure to add one of them to your tasting lineup. To Scotty, that's a sure sign that craft beer is here to stay, and we'll drink to that.

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It was Starr Hill's Psycho Kilter, a Scottish ale, that Scotty recommended for me that first fateful day in Fardowner's, and I loved it. My tastes may have changed slightly since then, but to whatever reason you give credit for the proliferation of Virginia brews, I maintain that it's the invitation -- for dialogue, for conversation, and for the willingness to try something new, that's at its heart. What do you like?

As for what to do in Charlottesville for craft beer month? You can go all out and join in the festivities at The Virginia Craft Brewers Fest, or keep it simple and try a Virginia craft beer at one of many breweries or restaurants. We'd be happy to make a recommendation. Wherever you end up, talk to the bartender or brewmaster, and celebrate the best of what's around. Let us know how else we at Foxfield Inn can help you plan out your next new experience with Virginia craft beer.

And if you can't make it to Charlottesville this month, consider making plans to attend the Top of the Hops Beer Festival on Saturday, September 20. If you still can't get enough of our local brews, sign up for Scotty's weekly beer email to stay in the loop.

Your innkeepers,
Dan & Kathryn Bundy
Foxfield Inn | A Charlottesville, VA Bed and Breakfast

Zucchini Fritters at Foxfield Inn, Charlottesville VA 4 Aug 2014, 4:30 pm

It's that time of year when the zucchinis (both green and yellow) are at all the farm markets & stands.  Even your neighbor is giving them away to anyone who will take them.  With so much abundance I have been trying to find different ways to use them here at Foxfield Inn in addition to the old stand-bys of Chocolate Zucchini Cake, sauteed zucchini and zucchini muffins/breads.

A fellow innkeeper (thank you, Hayden) told me they make them into Zucchini fritters/cakes and serve them to guests with breakfast.  This was something new to me (OK, I know the rest of you have probably done these many times but not me).  So off I went searching the internet for zucchini fritter/cake recipes and discovered that these are definitely NOT new.  I settled on starting with recipes I found on Smitten Kitchen and The Pioneer Woman sites. 

After a few adjustments we came up with a recipe that our guests really like.  We serve them with poached eggs and an herb Hollandaise sauce.  We hope you enjoy them as well.

Zucchini Fritters
2    cups grated zucchini (from approximately 1 pound of zucchini)
1/2 teaspoon salt
2    large eggs (preferably from free range, pastured chickens)
2    tablespoons chopped sweet onion (or green onions)
1    cup Panko bread crumbs (adds to the texture, flour will work if no Panko available just use less)
1/4  cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/2  teaspoon baking powder
1/2  teaspoon salt
1     teaspoon fresh oregano (or 1/4 teaspoon dried)
4     basil leaves chopped (or 1/2 teaspoon dried)
2     sage leaves chopped (or 1/4 teaspoon dried)
1     teaspoon fresh rosemary chopped (or 1/4 teaspoon dried)
Panko crumbs for dusting cakes
oil for frying

Mix the grated zucchini with the salt and put in a strainer in the sink.  Let sit for 30 minutes.  Lightly press on the grated zucchini to start the de-watering process.  After 30 minutes place the grated zucchini on a kitchen towel and squeeze out as much water as you can.

Place the zucchini mass in a large bowl.  Lightly toss with a fork toloosen the zucchini.  Combine the remaining ingredients except the final Panko crumbs and the oil with the zucchini.

In a large frying pan heat 2 tablespoons of oil over medium-high heat.  Form the zucchini mixture into 2-3 inch flat cakes.  Lightly dust with the Panko crumbs. 

Carefully transfer to the hot oil and fry until golden brown (approximately 3-4 minutes).  Watch the heat of your pan as you do not want this happen too quickly or too slowly - adjust temperature if needed. 

Flip the cakes over and brown the other side.  Remove to a paper towel lined baking sheet and keep in a warm 200F oven. 

Fry the remaining cakes.


Serve warm topped with poached eggs and an herb Hollandaise sauce.


Dan & Kathryn Bundy, your Innkeepers
Foxfield Inn, a Charlottesville VA bed and breakfast

Fighting Hunger with InnVirginia at Foxfield Inn, Charlottesville VA 30 Jul 2014, 2:00 pm

Foxfield Inn is pleased to announce that we are participating in this year’s fund drive to help restock our local food bank - Blue Ridge Food Bank.  The Bed and Breakfast Association of Virginia has teamed up with the Federation of Virginia Food Banks to help raise funds needed to replenish local food banks that have been heavily used during the summer months.

In our guest pantry area you will find a collection jar ready for your donation.  Please feel free to give as much or as little as you want.  Each $1 donation helps to provide 4 meals.

In 2013 the Virginia food bank network distributed almost 137 million pounds of food and grocery products.  

Dan & Kathryn Bundy, your Innkeepers
Foxfield Inn, a Charlottesville, VA bed and breakfast 

Things to do in Charlottesville, VA - August 2014 20 Jul 2014, 3:00 pm

In Charlottesville, August may bring on the heat of the dog days of summer, but the entertainment is just as hot. We're squeezing in as many concerts, festivals, and wine tastings as we can before the college students once again take over the town at the end of the month!

Events at Monticello
You can visit Thomas Jefferson's celebrated home any time of year, but here are some additional workshops
offered in August to enhance your visit. Be sure to benefit from the knowledgeable staff and unique learning resources.
8/9 Heirloom Tomato Tasting
8/16 Sequential Vegetable Planting, Pt 3
8/23 Summer Fruit Tasting
8/26 Fellows Forum: An Enslaved Family's Blood Ties to Thomas Jefferson
8/30 Tufton Fern Walk

Fiddler on the Roof at the Paramount Theater
Saturday, August 2 and Sunday, August 3 (2pm)
Ash Lawn Opera's summer season continues with performances of this musical classic. Purchase tickets online in advance here.

Starry Nights at Veritas Vineyard & Winery
Saturday, August 9 (7-11pm)
Take a Foxfield Inn picnic or reserve a space at a table for the buffet. Sip their award-winning wines and dance the night away under a blanket of stars. Purchase tickets online in advance here.

Summer Concert Series at the Paramount Theater
Tuesday, August 12 (8-9:30pm)
The Charlottesville Municipal Band plays the best of the "big bands" in this free concert.

Tins for Tunes at Cardinal Point Winery
Saturday, August 16 (5-9pm)
Bring a non-perishable food donation for the local food pantry to receive half-off admission. Enjoy good wine, good music, and good food.

Blue Ridge Mountain Music Festival at Wintergreen Resort
Saturday, August 16 (12-7)
Celebrate the best of our region's musical heritage. The sounds of bluegrass, old time, and Americana will be strummed, plucked, and sung by some of our region's most talented ensembles. A mountain retreat is the perfect setting for mountain music.

Mosaic Lessons at FIREFISH Gallery
Thursday, August 21 (5:30-8pm)
A fun idea for a date night or girls' night out. Learn how to create a mosaic mirror, flower pot, or tray and take your creation home. Early reservations recommended.

Night at the Museum at Kluge Ruhe Aboriginal Art Museum
Thursday, August 21 (5-9pm)
The Aboriginal Art Museum always has an interesting exhibition on display, but on this evening they are pulling out all the stops in an after-hours celebration complete with live music, beer from local Devil's Backbone Brewing, food trucks, and more.

Virginia Craft Brewers Fest at Devil's Backbone Brewery
Saturday, August 23 (2-7pm)
Craft beer enthusiasts, unite! August is Craft Brewers month in Virginia. Raise a glass and partake in the celebratory festivities at popular Devil's Backbone Brewery. Come early and camp out or just come for the day, but don't miss the judging of the Virginia Craft Brewers Cup. Click here for ticket information.

Paint the Town Orange
Friday, August 29 (7:30-9:30pm)
Beginning on the Downtown Mall, UVA's Cavalier Marching Band will get Charlottesville ready for the start of football season. Put on your orange shirts and learn the words to the Good Ole Song to get in the spirit.

On-going Events
Some of the Charlottesville goings-on that we described in previous posts are still going on through the month of August, including: the Hatton FerrySunset Series at Carter MountainTailgate Thursdays at Stinson VineyardsFridays After FiveCity Market, and Roseland Polo at King Family Vineyards.

What are you looking forward to doing in Charlottesville this August? Let us know how else we at Foxfield Inn can make your stay special.

Your Innkeepers,
Dan & Kathryn Bundy
Foxfield Inn | A Charlottesville, VA Bed and Breakfast

Our Picks: Charlottesville VA Restaurant Week, July 19-26, 2014 6 Jul 2014, 12:54 pm

It's no secret that Foxfield Inn guests enjoy great food. Fortunately, Charlottesville has many fantastic dining establishments to choose from. In fact, Charlottesville was recently named one of America's five new foodie cities by Wine Enthusiast! Perfect timing, because one of our most popular bi-annual traditions, Charlottesville Restaurant Week is upon us once again - July 19-26.

Here's how it works: Dozens of local restaurants create a three-course, fixed price menu at $16, $26, or $36 per person (tip and beverages not included). Preview the menus online here, then make a reservation at the restaurant(s) that meet your tastes and price point. $1 of each meal is donated to a local charity or organization; this July it's the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.

We like to peruse the menus for ideas in our own kitchen. But if we were dining out, here are our top picks for Restaurant Week 2014.

For $16: The Southern
As the name suggests, The Southern offers simple, Southern food with a fun, nostalgic twist. Great place to catch a bite to eat before a show in their music hall or before wandering the Downtown Mall. We feel cooled off just thinking about their watermelon-cucumber salad with mint and feta! For a main course, this summer they're offering a variety of sandwiches and paninis, and we'd pick The Walter: turkey, bacon, apple, and onion jam on wheat bread. The Fancy Grahams dessert would be a fun way to end the meal: baked dark chocolate and marshmallow with graham crackers for dipping.

For $26: Threepenny Cafe
We always try to support new restaurants in Charlottesville, and Threepenny Cafe is one of our newest, so we're glad to see them as a Restaurant Week participant this summer. For an appetizer, we're torn between the Yucca Fries and the Tempura Asparagus, both lightly fried and served with garlic fritessaus. Several seafood options are on tap for the main course, and we're intrigued by the tuna, served with a sesame seed crust, spicy cabbage slaw, cucumber, guacamole, and blood orange cream. For dessert, we'd bet on the seasonal sorbet, a light, refreshing way to cleanse your palate with a little something sweet.

For $36: Fleurie
Preparing beautiful dishes in the classic-modern French style, dining at Fleurie during Restaurant Week is a steal. We sincerely want to try everything on the menu! But if we had to narrow it down, we'd opt for an appetizer of Gnocchi with bleu d'auvergne fondue, sweet pecans, and cherry tomatoes. Next, Le Surf and Turf for the best of both worlds: roasted lobster with sweet garlic and potato puree and beef with red wine sauce. And we simply must save room for a dessert of Fleurie's apple tart with vanilla ice cream. This might be a good spot to dine with friends, assuming everyone's willing to share!

So there you have it. Whose menus have your mouths watering? We'd love to know. Will we see you for Charlottesville Restaurant Week this summer? Book your stay at Foxfield Inn now to take advantage of this great dining deal and enjoy all that our fair foodie city has to offer.

Your Innkeepers,
Dan & Kathryn Bundy
Foxfield Inn | A Charlottesville, VA Bed & Breakfast

Caverns Near Charlottesville, VA 12 Jun 2014, 2:56 pm

Recently we had a day off from innkeeping here at Foxfield Inn and decided to explore one of the caverns near us.  Within a 30 minute drive we were at the Grand Caverns in the Town of Grottoes.  Driving into the park we were anxious about this adventure as I am slightly claustrophobic. Underground caverns are not high on my list of things to do but for some reason visiting the Grand Caverns was on my bucket list.

In 1804 Barnette Weyer discovered Grand Caverns while retrieving one of his traps.  He opened the caves in 1806 for tours - it is oldest continually operating show cave in the U.S.  In 1973 Grand Caverns received   National Natural Landmark status.

We got there just in time for the tour.  So off we went up the hill to the educational building which is entrance to the caves.  Our guide was very knowledgeable about them and could answer all of the questions from our fellow tourers. There are several large rooms in these caves, it is well lit and the paths are easy to follow.  Not once did I get the feeling that I shouldn't be there.

There are so many different types of formations that you never get bored during the 60 minute tour.  There are cave coral, stalactites, stalagmites, draperies, dog tooth spar, flowstone and shields.  I am sure there were more types but that was all I could remember when we left the caves.  .  The colors on the formations were gorgeous.  My favorite was the draperies which many do look like large strips of cooked bacon as suggested by our guide.

It's amazing to think they used to have parties and dances in these caves.  And that during the Civil War there were places that they used for target practice because the open space was so large.

It's well worth the drive to visit these caves but take a picnic lunch with you as there isn't much in the Town of grottoes if you want something to eat.  The grounds at the caves include a beautiful park where you can sit &  relax after your tour and trails for you to hike.

Other caves in the area you might want to explore are:

You are sure to enjoy which ever caves you visit!
Dan & Kathryn Bundy, your Innkeepers
Foxfield Inn, a Charlottesville, VA bed and breakfast

Things to do in Charlottesville VA - July 2014 8 Jun 2014, 2:11 pm

If June in Charlottesville was about relaxing and unwinding, July is a celebration of the arts. Festivals, performances, and more will keep you entertained and in awe. Whether you fancy the theater, the symphony, photography, and more, Charlottesville in July is heating up with fabulous entertainment.

Events at Monticello
You can visit Thomas Jefferson's celebrated home any time of year, but here are some additional workshops being offered in July to enhance your visit. Be sure to benefit from the knowledgeable staff and unique learning resources.
Beginning 7/1 Archaeology Findings Update
7/4 July 4th Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony
7/12 Canning with a Jefferson Spin
7/19 Landscaping with Native Virginia Flora
7/26 Mary Randolph Culinary Workshop

Summer Concert Series
Tuesdays, July 1, 15, 29 (8pm)
The Charlottesville Municipal Band performs at the Paramount Theater downtown in their 92nd summer in a series of free concerts. Check the calendar here for program info.

Heritage Theater Festival
Bringing together actors, directors, designers, and technicians from all over the country, the Heritage Theater Festival produces some of the most captivating summer entertainment. This summer's shows include: Thoroughly Modern Millie; Shear Madness; Avenue Q; and One Man, Two Guvnors. Check the website for performance dates and to reserve tickets.

Independence Day in Charlottesville
Fireworks are essential, but here are some ways you can celebrate Independence Day in Charlottesville.
Fourth Celebration at Devil's Backbone Brewery
July 4 Jubilee at Wintergreen Resort
Red Wine and Blue at Trump Winery
July 4th at Monticello
Patriotism in the Park

Live Music at Humpback Rocks Visitor Center
Sunday, July 6 (2-4pm)
Humpback Rocks is one of the most popular hiking spots around. Finish your morning by enjoying free music in the mountains.

Wintergreen Summer Music Festival
Beginning July 7
Dozens of performances throughout the month of July in the picturesque mountain air of Wintergreen Resort. Check the website for schedule and tickets.

Ash Lawn Opera
The Ash Lawn Opera Festival brings together talented singers from all over the country to perform at the Paramount Theater downtown. Check their website to purchase tickets for this summer's productions of Susannah or Fiddler on the Roof.
Susannah July 11, 16 (7:30pm), July 13 (2pm)
Fiddler on the Roof July 31 (7:30pm)

Starry Nights at Veritas Vineyard & Winery
Saturday, July 12 (7-11pm)
Take a Foxfield Inn picnic or reserve space at a table for the buffet. Sip their award-winning wines and dance the night away under a blanket of stars. Purchase tickets in advance online here.

On-Going Events
Some of the Charlottesville goings-on that we described in previous posts are still going on through the month of July, including: the Hatton Ferry, Sunset Series at Carter Mountain, Tailgate Thursdays at Stinson Vineyards, Fridays After Five, City Market, and Roseland Polo at King Family Vineyards.

We're sure you'll find something interesting to add to your July excursion to Charlottesville, VA. Let us know how else we at Foxfield Inn can make your summer visit a special one.

Your Innkeepers,
Dan & Kathryn Bundy
Foxfield Inn | A Charlottesville, VA Bed and Breakfast