It's the Holiday Season - there are lots of things to do in the Harrisonburg area, and it can often feel overwhelming trying to sort through all of the parades, concerts, and open houses. We've compiled a list of some area highlights to help you with your holiday planning! We hope you enjoy our Holiday Roundup!
Join the Harrisonburg Homes Team with Kelli Hertzler for our art opening and Holiday open house Friday December 1st from 5-8pm. We'll have plenty of Holiday sweets and treats to enjoy, live music with the Tremolo Flute Trio, and kids activities. Stop in to warm up before the Christmas Parade at 7pm. This is sure to be a highlight of the Holiday season - we hope you join us!
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching. I’m sure most of you have started making plans for the big day. Many of us have fond memories of sitting down with our loved ones to give thanks and share a fantastic meal during the Thanksgiving holiday. It doesn’t’ have to be complicated just keep a few key things in mind when decorating the table. Read on for some tips and tricks from our resident stager Cathi Anne for decorating the Thanksgiving table.
Located in the historic town of McGaheysville, Stoney Run Artisans is hosting a Holiday open house this Friday November 17th from 4-8pm. Join them to get a jump start on your Holiday shopping with their selection of unique and local artisan gifts. Wine will be provided by Brix & Columns Vineyards. We were thrilled to have four artisans from Stoney Run Artisans in the Wilson Downtown Gallery in February and March 2016.
Bittersweet Bakery - a staple of the Harrisonburg Farmers market - has recently renovated and moved to 120 W. Wolfe Street. They are currently just baking for custom orders - but they will have their retail space open after their ribbon cutting and open house on November 21st starting at 2pm. Co-owners Alicia Barger and Erica Ray let me hang out with them in the kitchen as they baked. These ladies are talented, passionate about what they do, and fun to be around. We are so excited they have their own space - read on for a little more about their background and their hopes for their new store!
This is the fall real estate season in our local Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. We're starting to see listings fall slightly, prices rise, and days on market drop drastically. Take a closer look at our October 2017 Market Report!