2015 Charlottesville Eco Fair

by Sue on April 19, 2015

April 26, 2015
11AM to 5PM
Main Street Arena
Charlottesville, VA

Charlottesville Eco Fair is a great place to learn about local environmental groups while enjoying live music, local food, kid’s activities and more! For a complete schedule visit Charlottesville Eco Fair website.

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Montpelier Wine Festival

by Sue on April 17, 2015

Wine Festivals Near CharlottesvilleMay 2 & 3, 2015
James Madison’s Montpelier
11407 Constitution Highway
Montpelier Station, Virginia

You know spring is here when its time for the Montpelier Wine Festival! Lots of food and fun with arts and crafts, children activities and of course the wine tastings. For a list of the wineries and all the activities please visit Montpelier Wine Festival website.

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The Hatton Ferry will begin the 2015 season on April 18, 2015 and run through October 25, 2015. They are open from 9 AM until 5 PM on Saturdays and Noon to 5 PM on Sundays. On Opening Day there will be live music and food available. The Ferry relies solely on donations so please show your support. For more information visit the Hatton Ferry website.

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The Rivanna Chapter of The Virginia Master Naturalists training program will begin February 10, 2015. If you have a desire to help protect our local environment through volunteer services this maybe for you. Information sessions will be held January 6th and 11th at the Ivy Creek Natural Area Education Building .

The Deadline to register is January 12 To learn more please visit the Rivanna Master Naturalists website.

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Woodrow Wilson Birthday Celebration

December 17, 2014

December 28,2014 11AM to 3PM 18 North Coalter Street Staunton, Virginia Celebrate Woodrow Wilson’s birthday on December 28th and talk with costumed interpreters and learn the life and legacy of our 28th president. There will be special activities taking place for the children and light refreshments will be provided. For more information please visit The […]

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Holiday Fun

December 3, 2014

Charlottesville is full of life and activities and the winter is no exception. Just because it’s cold outside, doesn’t mean you need to be stuck inside! Whether you live in the area of are just visiting for the holidays, take time to enjoy the beauty and everything Charlottesville has to offer. The Great Russian Nutcracker […]

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Thanksgiving Expense

November 26, 2014

Preparing a Thanksgiving meal can be time consuming, challenging and expensive. Ever wonder how your Thanksgiving Day expense breaks down or how it compares to other parts of the country? Grocery stores are audited every year by the American Farm Bureau Federation. to help learn the true cost of a Thanksgiving meal around the United […]

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Famous People

November 21, 2014

Charlottesville, VA is not only known for its climate, scenery and diverse population, it’s also home to some very famous historic people and current stars. Ever wonder if anyone famous is walking around your city? Below is a list of past and present famous people that once used to or still calls central Virginia home! […]

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Holiday Wreath Workshops at Monticello

November 18, 2014

This is the 28th year of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello wreath workshops. All materials are provided and you leave with a beautiful handmade wreath. There are several workshops scheduled but you need to reserve your tickets in advance. The first one starts November 28th. Please go to Monticello’s website for more information.

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UVA Hospital-The Battle Building

November 11, 2014

Charlottesville, VA is known for its outstanding health care, but what about children’s health care? Children often need specialized care, due to their little bodies and inability to list all their symptoms correctly. In 2014, the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital opened a Pediatric Outpatient Care Center called the Battle Building. It was ranked by […]

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