Get ready to welcome back Harrisonburg's biggest Raffle of the year! The Friendly City Fortune is back again on July 4th for your chance to win some amazing prizes and cash! Read on for more details and a few changes from last year...
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Graffiti Revealed : Behind the Scenes
Learn more about the journey we took in revealing the 1890s graffiti hidden behind our office walls!
Friendly City Fortune: $250,000 in Cash + Prizes July 4th!
Friendly City Fortune is only a few days way! Lots of cash and prizes being drawn every 5 minutes for 4 hours! Come join in the thrill and fun July 4th at the Turner Pavilion in downtown Harrisonburg! Don't forget to buy your raffle ticket - it's not too late!
6 Reasons Why You Should Attend HDR’s Renaissance Night
We love our downtown and we love the work that Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance has done to make Harrisonburg a vibrant, unique, and developing place. Every year HDR throws a big party (aka Renaissance Night) to raise funds and celebrate downtown. We think this is a great event and we're passionate about supporting the downtown we love - so, this year The Harrisonburg Homes Team is the main sponsor of Renaissance Night. We're going to the event and we think you should too! We'll give you 6 reasons why you should clear your evening on Saturday, May 21st and attend Renaissance Night.
Growth Spurt! An Inside Peek at 8 Major Downtown Projects
As always, the downtown scene is thriving here in Harrisonburg. In fact, it's so vibrant that there's need to expand and continue growing. I had the privilege of sitting in on a Harrisonburg Downtown Renaissance Advisory Board meeting to get the scoop on what's happening around town. Here's a quick snapshot of eight projects HDR and others are working on to continue to uphold Harrisonburg's reputation as a great place to live.
Powerful Mobile Bidding App Developed by Two Ambitious Locals
Tim Peters, Chief Operations Officer and Auctioneer at Cottonwood Auctions, and his techie friend, Andy Harbick, who has experience building software for companies like Amazon and Rosetta Stone -- both local Harrisonburg residents -- have developed the first-ever (genius, really) mobile bidding app. It's called BidWrangler, and it allows folks to bid on auction items from their smartphones.