Downtown (Harrisonburg, VA)
By Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital
(RLAH Real Estate)
The Joshua Wilson House in Harrisonburg, Virginia   Today was short road trip day to Harrisonburg, Virginai.  I spotted this beautiful old Victorian home that looked like it must have a history of some sort - and it does.  Rather than go into it here, just clidk the link.  Their web site gives a wonderful history of the journey from wealthy guy's home to boarding house to Toga Toga frat house to beautiful B&B with a fabulous restaurant - owned and run by former James Madison University students who just couldn't leave Harrisonburg. And meet the chef! What a great weekend getaway - it's less than 3 hours from DC.   If you are planning a move to or from the Washington, DC area, I can help!  I am licensed in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.  You may call, email or text me a...
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Another fantastic annual event hosted by Downtown Harrisonburg is coming up on October 21st — Block Party in the ‘Burg! This party is focused on introducing college students to Downtown Harrisonburg, and will be located at Turner Pavilion and the adjacent grassy lot. Time? 5:00 - 9:00 PM. Students will have the opportunity to find out what Downtown Harrisonburg is all about and what the community has to offer, including restaurants (along with food samples!), entertainment options, and cultural offerings. Also during the event, local college bands will be showcased in “Battle of the Bands,” and attendees can vote for their favorites online. Like scavenger hunts? Block Party in the ‘Burg is offering students the ability to participate in a scavenger hunt around Downtown using Foursquare...
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Harrisonburg residents have long been known to hold the view that taking care of our environment is very important. As such, many have started using rain barrels, compost bins, solar energy, electric cars, etc. Well, the leaders of Harrisonburg have taken notice, and in October, Harrisonburg Electric Commission (HEC) will be providing a charging station to those with electric cars! The new charging station will be located behind HEC in Downtown Harrisonburg, and yet again, Harrisonburg will be “on the map” because according to the press release from Downtown, it “will become the first city in the Shenandoah Valley and one of only a handful of cities in the state with a public, Level II electric car charging station.” An unveiling ceremony will take place on October 5 at 10:00 AM in the...
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Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance and the City of Harrisonburg have granted several businesses with facade enhancement grants this year. This grant program supports property improvements and has been able to stay in place, despite the state of the economy. In 2011, eight grants were awarded for a total of $20,000 in improvement funds. These businesses will use the money to enhance the exterior of their businesses, which adds to the overall aesthetic of downtown Harrisonburg. Blue Nile Ethiopian Cuisine Court Square Coffee Duo MOD Displays Newman Ruddle, LLC Resource Network Virginia Quilt Museum Whitesel Music Want to learn more? Visit Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance or the City of Harrisonburg. Image Credit: allisonmseward12 on Flickr
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By Charles Hendricks
(The Gaines Group, PLC Architecture and Design)
The Friendly City Food Co-op is ready for a celebration. The Grand Opening is Saturday July 9, 2011 from noon - 5pm. The event is for the whole family and the entire community is welcome. There will be a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Commissioner of Agriculture Matt Lohr, Mayor Richard Baugh, and representatives from Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance and the Friendly City Food Co-op. The ceremony will be followed by music and fun. There will be demos, contests, free samples, and of course give aways! Freddie the Friendly City Carrot will also be there. Schedule of Events: 11 AM – 12 noon: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Mayor Richard Baugh, Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance, Friendly City Food Co-op board, and special guest, Commissioner of Agriculture Matt Lohr. 12 noon – 5 PM: “From F...
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By Suzanne Daughety
(Kline May Realty)
Music and Movies on the Square. This Friday June the tenth join a summer tradition in Harrisonburg Virginia and celebrate 20 years of live musical groups and films on the Courthhouse Square in downtown Harrisonburg. Music will start at 7:00 PM. Family Fun will abound, you are welcome to bring chairs and food and friends and family. Music will be provided by Eric brace and Last Train Home. They are a roots rock touring band.
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By Suzanne Daughety
(Kline May Realty)
If you are thinking of relocating to the Shenandoah Valley and want to know more about the area - here's a little gem and I want to share it with you. Right here in Harrisonburg Virginia there is a place where your children can step out of the day to day and into discovery! The Explore More Discovery Museum has exhibits to expand the minds of children. Children can create with art projects, become a construction worker and build with Keva planks, become a TV anchor or weather reporter, make new discoveries in the science lab, work on cars in the super service center, perform theater, explore farming, become a chef at CK's Kitchen or experience the great outdoors with puppet shows and a snack in the woods. A special area for 3 & under visitors is also available where toddlers can enjoy a...
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