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A Fresh stART
Waynesboro and the surrounding area boast a vibrant artistic and cultural scene, with everything from live theater performances, to galleries filled with beautiful works, to street art, and more. The Wayne Theatre has launched a new program to highlight and promote some of the amazing art venues in the central Shenandoah Valley, called Reimagining Excitement for Arts, Culture, and History (REACH). Read on to plan your next adventure through the arts today!
Raise a Glass to Virginia Wine Month
October is Virginia Wine Month, and it’s time to celebrate wines made right here in the Shenandoah Valley. Read on for our favorite local places to drink it, buy it, and other ways to enjoy it.
Starry Nights in the Shenandoah Valley
Imagine kicking back and watching the sun’s last rays slip away to be replaced by the night’s first stars. As the sky darkens, entire constellations slowly appear until it feels like you are in an absolute sea of stars. Never experienced this? You’re not alone. All the electricity brightening our homes and towns has caused so much light pollution that, according to Shenandoah National Park, “roughly 80% of people in North America cannot see the Milky Way.” In many places in the country, it never
The Beer Snobs
Hey Beerwerks Trailblazers! We’ve got some new trailblazers in town with some decidedly selective tastes. Meet the newest Trailblazer – can you relate? Marcus and Conrad are the snobbiest of snobs… when it comes to beer. They are self-appointed beer inspectors and they WILL judge you on your choice of beer. Don’t believe us? Listen to this: Conrad claims lite beer has never once touched his lips and Marcus didn’t partake of the toast at his sister’s wedding because they served the beer in the w
On the Water in the Shenandoah Valley
The winter weather makes all but the hardiest of cold-water anglers shiver at the thought of water, but in a few weeks, we’ll all be ready to get out there and enjoy the Shenandoah Valley’s lakes and rivers. Since over 20 species of freshwater fish make their home in Virginia, many of us will be holding a rod, but the Valley is also packed with places to paddle. Here are some of our favorite destinations for fishing and floating. Start planning your adventure today! Recently designated a scenic
Top 5 Ways to Be a Shenandoah Valley Trailblazer
Local Trailblazers love exploring and trying new things. They embrace the experiences and beauty nature throws at them. They take advantage of local food and products. They revel in all the things that make an area special and unique. Here are five ways to be a trailblazer along the Shenandoah Beerwerks Trail. The Beerwerks Trail footprint is home to many great restaurants and Agri-pubs specializing in local ingredients. You’ll find upscale dining establishments like Haywoods, Zynodoa, or the J
How to Spoil Your Valentine in the Shenandoah Valley
It can be difficult to come up with the perfect gift for your special someone on Valentine’s Day. Fortunately, the Shenandoah Valley is full of wonderful opportunities to show your love. We’ve included ideas for where to spend a romantic weekend away, where to go for a delicious dinner or a spa treatment for two, even how to bond over your mutual love of animals. Pick one or a few from this list to spoil your Valentine right this year. Spark your love with a rustic mountain romance package at S
New Year's Resolution - Get Outside in Waynesboro!
If you’re like everyone else in the country, the resolutions topping your list likely include getting healthier and being more mindful. You probably also want to get outside more. This is a valuable resolution, since the very act of going outside gets you off your couch and burning calories. Finding peace in nature, seeing new things, and spending time with friends and family will help you reach your mindfulness goals. Read on for some ways to get outside more in the early parts of 2021.
Empty Nesters Fly Free: 48-Hour Beercation on the
The kids are finally gone, so you might be thinking of dusting off your old camping gear. Don’t bother! Stuff that tent back in the garage and make reservations somewhere that makes you feel like a grown-up. Set your weekend in Staunton and Lexington – cities with active cultural and shopping scenes and also short drives from some of the best hiking and scenery around. Best of all, you’ll be steps away from five Beerwerks breweries with more located nearby. Here’s our three-day, three-night guid
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