Friendly City Dance Room: New on Court Square

The Friendly City Dance Room is stepping into downtown Harrisonburg! Their new space is at the corner of S. Main Street and E. Market Street on historic Court Square. They are celebrating their grand opening on March 9th. Phillip Fusaro and his wife, Erin, wanted to promote community, collaboration, and their love of partner dance.

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Welcome to the Neighborhood: Urgie’s Cheesesteaks

Urgie's Bar has officially opened their doors in the Carriage House at 245 E. Water Street! It's tucked back behind Urban Exchange, but is just a stone's throw to downtown. The interior is cozy and inviting, and the staff are friendly and knowledgeable. Founded and owned by two brothers from Philadelphia, Tommy and Steven Urglavitch had a dream to open a neighborhood bar that offered a comfortable and inviting vibe for everyone to come hangout, get a drink, and enjoy some authentic Philly cheesesteaks.

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Coming Up: Rocktown Beer & Music Festival

The Rocktown Beer & Music Festival is coming up in April! Tim Brady, Founder and General Manager of Pale Fire Brewing, is a guest on the blog to share more about the event and offer a special discount to Harrisonblog readers! Learn more about the festival and artists >>>

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Fun for the Family: Valley Jump Trampoline Park

Valley Jump Trampoline Park has just opened off of Route 33 in Penn Laird. Jump into the new year with 7,000 square feet of trampolines in their brand new space! They also offer a foam pits with climbing apparatuses. They are a family owned and operated company and live in the community. For more information check out their website and follow them on Social media (both on Facebook and Instagram).

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Broad Porch Coffee Camper

It's December in Harrisonburg, and you need a mid-afternoon pick-me-up in the form of a hot caffeinated beverage. Meet Phil and the Broad Porch Coffee Camper! Just during the month of December, the Broad Porch Coffee Camper will be set up in the lot between Gray Jay Provisions and the Weaver Brother's Christmas Trees on Rte 42. Stop by to see this cute-and-cozy camper for a cuppa hot java (or cocoa).

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