7 Things To Do Around Brambleton in April

Posted April 7, 2016

You don’t have to travel far to find exciting things to do around Brambleton this month.  From the arts to Zumba – and everything in between – we’ve got you covered from A to Z!

 Opening April 8 – Rock Ridge High School Presents “Disney’s The Little Mermaid” Rock Ridge Performing Arts presents Disney's The Little Mermaid as their Spring Musical. Buy tickets to support the students for all their hard work.

Dive under the sea for a sneak peek of the Rock Ridge High School Performing Arts’ presentation of “Disney’s The Little Mermaid.” Opening Friday, April 8 with shows over the following 2 weekends, approximately 125 students from all art disciplines are participating in this production. That’s roughly 10% of Rock Ridge High School’s population! A full live pit orchestra will accompany the production. Tickets on sale at and are $10 in advance / $12 at the door.

April 16 – Step Sisters’ Brambleton Ribbon Run 5K & 10K Run/Walk & Kids’ Fun Run

One of many runs we’re hosting this year, the Ribbon Run benefits Step Sisters’ mission to improve the quality of life for those impacted by breast cancer by funding needed support services in Loudoun County and the surrounding community.

April 17 – Annual Oatlands Point-to-Point Brunch

Visit the historic house and gardens for its annual mansion brunch before the 50th Annual Loudoun Hunt Point-to-Point races.

April 23 – Brambleton Spring Yard Sale

Spring is the start of yard sale season, and on April 23 you can find the community-wide Brambleton Yard Sale happening between 8:00 am and 12:00 pm. Find great deals on clothes, home goods and more from Brambleton residents (and trust us, they have good taste!). Shop ‘til you drop and stop by Brambleton Town Center for lunch!

April 23 – Countdown To Summer Beach Party

Are you counting down the days to summer?  Grab your flip flops and head over to the Brambleton Beach area at Lost Rhino Retreat on Saturday, April 23rd from 2 to 11 PM. Come play in the sandy beach area and volleyball court, and enjoy live music from 7-9 pm, followed by DJ Freedom Ortiz from 9 pm to midnight.

No cover charge or tickets needed, but an optional donation to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society would be appreciated.  There will be raffles and a silent auction to benefit the evening’s charity, NCA LLS Woman of the Year Campaign, Patty Grove Werthmann.

April 24 & 25 – Historic Garden Week Tours: “100 Years in Hunt Country”

The Garden Club of Virginia celebrates Historic Garden Week in Loudoun with “100 Years in Hunt Country.” From a restored 1812 Federal farmhouse overlooking Paris Valley to a 1913 Georgian Manor house in an English park-like setting, visitors can tour houses and landscapes that celebrate the open spaces of Virginia’s Piedmont. Tickets in advance are $35 or $40 day of tour.

The beginning of Historic Garden Week dates to 1927, when a flower show organized by the Garden Club of Virginia raised an impressive $7,000 to save trees planted by Thomas Jefferson on the lawn at Monticello.  Proceeds from Historic Garden Week fund the restoration and preservation of Virginia’s historic gardens, and provide graduate level research fellowships for building comprehensive and ongoing records of historic gardens and landscapes in the Commonwealth.  Since the first statewide tour, over $17 million has been contributed to these worthwhile causes!

May 1 – Inaugural Brambleton Healthy Living Expo

We’re on a mission to make Brambleton – and all of Loudoun County – the healthiest it’s ever been. The first-ever Brambleton Healthy Living Expo takes place alongside opening day of the Brambleton Farmers’ Market and features all sorts of healthy living activities, information, and ways to better yourself: health check stations, family obstacle course, exercise demos  and a Zumbathon by Sport & Health, a kids bike race sponsored by Bicycle Outfitters, vendor booths and so much more. To learn more and get involved, visit our events page.