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The Dirt: MSV Garden Blog 5/9/15

Watering the Soul
by Director of Gardens Perry Mathewes

One of the things I really like about this garden is the variety of spaces within it. There is the bright and colorful Parterre Garden, the formal Grand Allée, the intricate Knot Garden, and the playful Pink Pavilion. Each space has its own personality and many are great for gathering and being with friends. They are spaces to celebrate and make joyful noises.

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MSV to Offer FREE Admission on May 8

Museum Celebrates National Public Gardens Day with Free Admission, Free Garden Tours, Free Activities for Children, and Free Outdoor Dance Performances

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Mort Künstler: The Art of Adventure Opens May 9 in the MSV

Retrospective Exhibition Highlights Mort Künstler's 60-year Career as Illustrator;
Related Programming Provides Opportunities to Meet the Artist  

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SU Sax Quartet to Perform at the MSV this Sunday

SU Conservatory Doahnamics Saxophone Quartet to Perform at 2 p.m.
FREE Student and SU Faculty Admission

Winchester, VA 04/24/15…The Doahnamics Saxophone Quartet will perform classical, jazz, and pop music in a 2 p.m. show at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) this Sunday, April 26.

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The Dirt: MSV Garden Blog 4/23/15

How Does Your Garden Grow?
by Director of Gardens Perry Mathewes

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Meet Artist Neena Jhaveri at the MSV This Saturday

Special Show & Sale of Garden-Inspired Works in Museum Lobby from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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MSV to Open Special 10th Anniversary Exhibition on April 28

Collect, Preserve, Interpret: Ten Years at the MSVCollect, Preserve, Interpret: Ten Years at the MSV

Presents Many Objects on First-Time Display

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4/16/2015 MSV Blog: Remembering Michael Graves

The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley opened its doors on April 3, 2005, and our first 10 years have flown by! As we begin a year-long celebration of this milestone anniversary and note the recent passing of MSV architect Michael Graves, I’ve been reflecting on that great architect’s role in our story.

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Photography Program to Focus on MSV Gardens This Sunday

April 12 Presentation by Winchester Photographer Bernie Lewis Details His Year-long Journey Documenting the Glen Burnie Gardens

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The Dirt: MSV Garden Blog 4/8/15

Cherry Pickin’
by Director of Gardens Perry Mathewes

This time of year so many little bulbs and flowers are popping out of the ground that everyone gets excited about spring arriving. However, this week, the trees remind us that they too are part of this festival. Drive around town right now and you can’t miss seeing all the cherries in bloom. The apple blossom may be the big thing for Winchester, but the pre-show is pretty nice too.

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