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Memorial Day Celebration

Come to the Blue Ridge Eagles this Monday to celebrate Memorial Day!

Monday, May 26, the Aerie will open at 12 noon. Smoked brisket will be provided. Please bring a side dish to share. Food served at 1:30.



Excellent night of Blues

The Blue Ridge Eagles Entertainment Committee strives to brings bands to the club that represent many different types of music. This includes rock, dance, country, pop, dance and more. This month we featured a terrific blues band.

Purcellville live music

On Saturday, May …


Remembering Eddie Todd

On Friday May 16, we’ll gather to remember Eddie Todd, one of our own. Donations will be applied to his sons’ education. Come to the club at 5 pm to help remember our brother, Eddie.

People helping People


Congrats to Kathy Elgin

Congratulations to Ladies Auxiliary President, Kathy Elgin, who was recently honored with the Distinguished Service Award (DSA) by the Virginia Association of Governmental Purchasing. As the Chief Procurement Officer/Risk Management Coordinator for the Town of Leesburg, Kathy’s outstanding service and …



Effective May 1, 2014

Any unclaimed bottles left in the walk-in cooler will be confiscated by the Aerie and disposed of. We offer small and large lockers for yearly rental at $15 for small and $20 for large. A reminder …


Steak Dinner with Steele & Oglevee

Steak Dinner and Live Music!!

On Saturday, April 12, the Eagles will be offering a steak dinner with a full menu and live music. The menu will include New York Strip Steak grilled to order, baked potato with butter/sour cream, …


Ronnie Johnson Jams

Live music 20132Ronnie Johnson and his band played live last night at the Aerie, and he brought down the house. Ronnie played music across the blues, rock and country spectrum’s with his deep, soothing voice. Dancing ensued and fun was had by …


Eagles on Parade

The Blue Ridge Eagles often participates in community events, such as the Round Hill, VA parade. Pictured here is our very own Eagle mascot who marched along with the Boy Scouts, Fire Fighters and school band members.