Six Ways to Go Local this May!

May is on the cusp of summer, and with most of the students from the area’s three colleges gone until fall, things are a bit less hectic in the ‘Burg.  But folks here still find plenty to do, and visitors and guests are more than welcome to join right in—after all,...

From Blossoms to Brews

Spring is a time of renewal, and the Friendly City is branching out in new ways from old roots firmly grounded in local history and tradition.  Maybe that singular blend of an established past mixed with innovation is one reason why Harrisonburg  tops the list of...

Shamrock Races

Family members of all ages can stretch their muscles and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by joining the Harrisonburg Shamrock 5K Run and the Pot of Gold Kid’s Fun Run, both held at Hillandale Park on March 17th. Whatever your age or level of experience, these...

Foodies, Families and Festivals

March in the Shenandoah Valley is sometimes a tease, as variable temperatures might bring drifts of spring blossoms or snowflakes in the same week. Snowdrops were blooming right on schedule in early February at the Edith J. Carrier Arboretum, and a few daffodils...