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Events & Retreats

Fort Lewis Yoga & Meditation Retreat

April 21-23, 2023

Retreat Cost: $325 per person (lodging not included, standard room rates apply)

Spend your Earth Day weekend with us to reset and restore.  Join instructors Alana Weathersbee and Tara Borlodan for a relaxing country weekend of yoga and meditation. Immerse yourself in the rhythms, sounds, and sensations of spring, and come away feeling recharged and refreshed. Open to all levels, no yoga experience necessary.

Package includes:

  • 4 all level yoga sessions designed to help you feel open, relaxed, and ready for the season
  • 5 guided meditations to help you feel a deeper connection with yourself
  • A keepsake gift bag as a token of our appreciation

*Must book an overnight stay to participate. 

Fort Lewis Fly Fishing Guide School

April 26, 2023

Time: 10 am – 4 pm
Guide School Cost: $150/person (lodging not included, standard room rates apply)

Package includes:

  • One all-day fishing excursion and instruction with certified guide
  • Farm fresh lunch
  • At least 1 guide per every 4 guests, guaranteeing individual instruction
*Participants must provide own waders. Rods, flies, and other fishing gear available upon request.
*Must book an overnight stay to participate. 

The Third Annual CRPA Artist Retreat

May 7-10, 2023

Retreat Cost: EVENT SOLD OUT

Package includes:

  • Monday and Tuesday lunch
  • 3 nightly artist social hours with beer and wine
  • Access to the full Fort Lewis property
  • Discounted lodging. Must be a registered artist. Call to book.

Visit the CRPA website for full schedule and details on how to register.

Bath County Art Show

July 15-23, 2023

Enjoy more than 600 works of art by local and regional artists.

Free and open to the public.

Show Hours: Saturday, July 15 – Saturday, July 22  —  1 – 5 pm
Sunday, July 23  —   10 am – 12 pm

Location: Bath County High School – 464 Charger Ln, Hot Springs, VA 24445

Stop by the Bath County Art Show, a beloved summer tradition here since 1965. Widely regarded as a must-see event among area residents and visitors alike.

What makes this art show so exceptional? Our display of hundreds of works of art transforms Bath County High School’s halls and classrooms into an unforgettable art experience. You’ll see oil paintings, acrylics, watercolors, photography, mixed media, sculpture, and more. All works are for sale.

All proceeds from the Art Show benefit the Bath County Arts Association, a nonprofit corporation whose mission is to support and expand access to the arts in Bath County. For more information visit

Bath County Plein Air Art Festival

September 25 – October 1, 2023

Stay with us for the Tenth Annual Bath County Plein Air Festival, celebrating the tradition of outdoor painting. For seven days visitors will have the opportunity to observe thirty nationally acclaimed artists as they paint the landscapes and culture of Bath County. There will be events and artist demonstrations throughout the week and the festival will culminate with a Gala Celebration where you can shop the art and cast your vote for the best painting. Explore one of the most beautiful small towns in Virginia while interacting with some of the nation’s top plein air painters.

Event details & ticket information can be found here. Tickets go on sale June 1.

Contact for event inquiries.

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 | Virginia Wildlife

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