Buchanan – Civil War Era Recreated

  Only an hour from Cabin Creekwood, the town of Buchanan will be hosting its 6th annual Buchanan Civil War History Weekend the weekend of April 26th 2013. This event brings to life the events that occurred 150 years ago in an amazing and educational way that you and your entire family will enjoy. All […]

Glass Blowing in Virginia – The Virginia Hot Glass Festival

  On April 27th and 28th, 2013, the Virginia Hot Glass Festival will be hosted at Sunspots Studios in Staunton, Virginia. This two day, family-friendly event will leave you amazed at the various sights and creations you’ll see. Festival hours are 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on April 27th, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on […]

Park to Park Half Marathon – A Scenic and Memorable Race

  This year Waynesboro, Virginia will host the 5th Annual Park to Park Half Marathon on Saturday, April 27, 2013. This 13.1 mile run features some of the best and most beautiful scenery in the country, likely improving your run time because you’ll be so focused on the scenery and not any discomfort you may […]

Virginia Fly Fishing and Wine Festival – April 20-21, 2013

  This year in Waynesboro, April 20-21, 2013, the 13th Annual Virginia Fly Fishing and Wine Festival will get underway on the banks of the South River. On both Saturday and Sunday there will be events for anglers of all skill levels starting as early as 8:00 am and lasting until 5:00 pm.   Festival […]

4 Reasons to Travel to the Maple Festival in Scenic Highland County

  Take a scenic March drive through the mountainous landscapes of Virginia. You just might find yourself at an attraction so rare and fun it can only be known as the Highland Maple Festival! This festival has something for everyone, in fact it’s the wide variety of different attractions that make this special event all […]

A Hike with a Purpose–The Confederate Breastworks Trail

  Located 2,875 feet in the clouds, the view from the Shenandoah Mountains Confederate Breastworks is simply breathtaking– not only because of the surrounding beauty and unmatched views but because of the history intertwined tightly to this exact swab of land. While there are numerous hiking adventures to embark on while in scenic Virginia, why […]

The Green Leaf Grill – Casual Yet Classy Dining

  The Green Leaf Grill in Waynesboro is a refreshing change of pace from your typical chain restaurant. I took my daughter Jordan there for a Valentine’s date, and was pleasantly surprised by the atmosphere and the high quality of the food.   We arrived to the restaurant just before they got really busy, so […]

A Call to Nature – James Madison University Birding Workshop

  For those with a love and appreciation for wildlife, specifically birds, the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum (EJC) at James Madison University (JMU) in Harrisonburg, VA has two upcoming and very exciting events: Birds of the Arboretum presentation by Diane Lepkowski and, a guided bird walk with Greg Moyers.   Diane Lepkowski – Notable Avifauna […]

Views For Miles at Betsy Bell Wilderness Park

  Located high up in the sky at 1,959 elevation feet, the views from Betsy Bell Wilderness Park are simply amazing. From these great heights you can see unmatched views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and into Waynesboro. Gifted to Virginia as a representation of the past brave souls who fought hard to preserve the […]

Exciting Family Fun – Bull Riding and Barrel Racing

  At 7:00 pm on April 13, 2013 in Raphine, Virginia, the Southern Extreme Bull Riding Association (SEBRA) will host an exciting bull riding and barrel racing event for only $15 a person.   About SEBRA – Extreme Bull Riding   Started in 1994 by Professional Bull Riders (PBR) founder Jerome Davis, SEBRA was founded […]