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Winter Market

Saturdays through March 18th, the Winter Market at Danville's Community Market will be open for business 9am 'til 1pm.    The Winter Market offers jellies, jams, baked goods, wine, meats, eggs, coffee, crafts, homemade dog treats and seasonal produce.   For more info, call 434-797-8961.

Science After Dark

Starting Thursday, January 19th - 5:30 'til 9pm, enjoy the Danville Science Center with extended hours of operation EVERY THIRD THURSDAY of the month.     Discover mysteries of the universe and check out astronomy and a special film in the digitial dome, plus learn how to create star charts and how to build and launch your own self-propelled rocket.    Use telescopes to search the night skies, too!    $5 discounted general admission - FREE for members and college students with college I.D..  For more info, call 434-791-5160.

Pet Adoption Fair

Every Saturday, the Animal Welfare League of Pittsylvania County has an adoption fair at PetCo from noon 'til 4.  For more info, email:

VFW 647 Montly Steak Dinner

VFW Post 647 Ladies Auxilary hosts a steak dinner every first Friday of the month from 5:30pm - 7:30pm. Dinner includes steak, baked potato, salad, bread, drink and dessert for $14. This is available for dine-in or take-out. VFW Post 647 is on Highway 58 W across from Big Sky rents in Danville. Funds from these dinners stay local and are used to help the community.

Visit The Tank Museum

For something different to do, try a visit to the Tank Museum on Highway 29, north of Danville.   Take an exciting walk through history and learn about all kinds of mobile transport units and other military history artifacts, uniforms and more.  Fun for the whole family and history buffs!    More info online at

Celebrate Recovery - MONDAYS

Every MONDAY night, celebrate recovery at Dan River Church on Riverside Drive in Danville.   The program starts at 6pm, and is for hurting people with addiction or other hurts, habits, and hangups.   People receive help to change their lives and support from other Christians.   For more info, call 480-227-5242.

Celebrate Recovery - THURSDAYS

Every THURSDAY at 6:15pm, celebrate recovery at Blessed Hope Church on Franklin Turnpike in Danville.    These programs are for hurting people with addictions or other hurts, habits, and hangups.   People will get help to change their lives and support from other Christians.   For more info, call 480-227-5242.

Let's Dance!

Mondays are dancing nights at Ballou Recreation Center!    Learn new dances, make new friends, and get some exercise in the process.   Class meets every Monday night, 7 'til 8:30pm.   Cost is $4 per class.  To register or for more info, call 434-799-5216.
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