It’s going to be another beautiful fall weekend to get out in Central Virginia! In addition to College Football on Saturday, the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office working with the Drug Enforcement Administration will be collecting expired, unused and unwanted perscription drugs at three locations. Come by the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office, Walmart at Zion Crossroads, or the Lake Anna Food Lion and drop off old prescription drugs to keep them from being abused or misused. The service is anonymous and free with no questions asked. Thanks Sheriff Fortune and the Louisa County Sheriff’s Department.
On Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM to 5 PM Cooper Vineyards hosts the Earthquake Survivors Part – Shaken not Stirred! Come out and enjoy live bluegrass music from Rattlesnake Creek, sample wine and get a Earthquake souvenir glass & t-shirt for only $20 (a portion goes to the Louisa Earthquake Relief Fund). Purchase tickets online so you can come out and join in the fun.
From 6 to 8 PM on Monday, October 31, Zion United Methodist Church ( 1764 Zion Road, Troy, Virginia 22974) will be hosting “Trunk or Treat” providing a safe & fun Halloween Event in Zion Crossroads, Virginia. Come out and visit the cars passing out candy then have a hot dog, visit the bouncy castle and other fun stations. Please don’t forget to bring some caned food to donate to Zion United Methodist Church community Food Pantry. The event is FREE and open to all so please come out!