Saturday is the Big Day. ESPN's College GameDay is back at James Madison University after their last visit in 2015! As evidenced from this photo from last year, all of the JMU Dukes are excited to welcome back the program and play against the Villanova Wildcats Saturday at 3:30pm. Check here for a schedule of activities and ways to join in the festivities in downtown Harrisonburg.
Agnes of God opens at Court Square Theater Thursday October 12th. Presented by The Valley Playhouse and directed by Tom Arthur, this riveting drama follows the story Dr. Martha Livingstone, a court-appointed psychiatrist who is charged with assessing the sanity of a novice accused of murdering her newborn. Come support live theater right in downtown Harrisonburg!
We are so excited to have the accomplished and incredibly talented artist, Brenda Hounshell, display her artwork in the Wilson Downtown Gallery for the months of October and November. We so enjoyed having her last year, and are excited to see her new works this year! Make sure to stop in and see why we love her artwork so much!
Crunchy leaves under foot, changing colors, crisp evenings...it's finally Fall, y'all! To celebrate the beautiful colors of the Shenandoah Valley its phenomenal hiking locations, we've compiled a list of easy, moderate, and difficult hiking trails in and around the Harrisonburg area! Happy Hiking!
Love scavenger hunts and brain puzzles? Enjoy working as a team under pressure? Then you'll love Escape Rooms! Harrisonburg opened an escape room this past winter - House of Clues LLC. House of Clues has two rooms - The Heist and Dr. Skarz' Lab, each with its own unique story line and set of clues. Tara Einstein - owner extraordinaire - was kind enough to answer our questions!
The Schultz Theatre in Broadway is presenting Little Shop of Horrors opening September 29th at the J. Frank Hillyard middle school. The director, JP Gulla, kindly answered our questions on the upcoming show!