• Upcoming Events

    • Waterfowl Show

      Waterfowl Show

      March 17 and 18

      This festival is a unique venue showcasing waterfowl art. Refuge staff man a booth to showcase the National Duck Stamp winners. The Rappahannock River Waterfowl Show benefits the White Stone Volunteer Fire Department. All proceeds from the show go towards the fire department’s annual operating expenses. Many different types of art are on display like original paintings, prints, carvings of life-size and miniature birds of all kinds, decoys for display or hunting, antique decoys, exquisite bronze sculptures, photography, taxidermy, and handcrafted jewelry. Many pieces on display are also for purchase from the vendors.

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    • Waterfowl Show

      Waterfowl Show

      March 17 and 18

      This festival is a unique venue showcasing waterfowl art. Refuge staff man a booth to showcase the National Duck Stamp winners. The Rappahannock River Waterfowl Show benefits the White Stone Volunteer Fire Department. All proceeds from the show go towards the fire department’s annual operating expenses. Many different types of art are on display like original paintings, prints, carvings of life-size and miniature birds of all kinds, decoys for display or hunting, antique decoys, exquisite bronze sculptures, photography, taxidermy, and handcrafted jewelry. Many pieces on display are also for purchase from the vendors.

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    • GO WILD!

      Go Wild! Event

      May 20

      A refuge event for the whole family. Visit our beautiful Hutchinson unit and enjoy building bird houses, silent raffles, local vendors, free food and drinks, tram and pontoon rides, and tours with local experts on history or wildlife.

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    • Kids Fishing Days

      Kids Fishing Day

      June 2 and 9

      Parents and children are welcome to come spend a day enjoying free food and prizes while learning about fishing. We offer lessons on fish biology, how to tie knots, basic water safety rules and laws of catch and release. The days will begin at 9am with a fishing clinic after which the kids will put their new skills to the test at the pond or river from 10am to 1pm.

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