The City of Fredericksburg has been awarded five Local Champion Awards by the Virginia Municipal League for its efforts to protect the health and safety of Fredericksburg during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Downtown Fredericksburg Fall Fashion Crawl is set for Oct. 15-18.
Fredericksburg VA Main Street Inc. is starting a fundraising campaign this week that seeks to raise at least $10,000 toward a project to bring more bike racks, benches, planters, trash cans and more to downtown Fredericksburg.
The Fredericksburg Nationals are excited to unveil their newest element of their ballpark to fans. Located behind the batter’s eye on the centerfield concourse, the “History of Baseball in Fredericksburg” Wall presented by Germanna Community College will be 80 feet long and 12 feet high showcasing some of Fredericksburg’s richest history ranging from the civil war to the present, including some lesser known baseball factoids.
The air has just the faintest chill, and the foliage along the Rappahannock River is beginning to turn. It’s fall in Fredericksburg, and all season long there’s natural beauty to take in and things to do, even in our new socially distant world.
The September edition of America’s Civil War magazine features Fredericksburg — focusing on its rich Civil War history and the remaining buildings and sites in town that played a key role in the fighting.
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Fredericksburg, VA 22401
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