New York Times bestselling young adult author Maggie Stiefvater will speak tonight at Stuart Hall School to an audience of more than 100 community members from across the Valley.
Altenergy has opened a new branch and purchased the building at 331 North Lewis Street. Altenergy Incorporated is headquartered in Charlottesville, with branches in Staunton, Atlanta and Boise, Idaho.
Editor of Plein Air magazine and former editor-in-chief ofAmerican Artist, artist and educator, Steve Doherty moved to the Shenandoah Valley in December. As a painter and a printmaker with a Masters of Fine Arts from Cornell University, Doherty has good reasons to be here.
In a booming economy, every city wants to recruit promising businesses to make sure its citizens get their share of good jobs and local government gets its share of tax revenues.
April 20th, the Habitat ReStore will host a “Spring Cleaning” event from 8am-2pm. The event will highlight a special outdoor sidewalk area, where customers may purchase items by giving a donation. Meanwhile, we will be renovating the interior of the store with the help of Mary Baldwin College and James Madison University students. Light refreshments will be offered. All proceeds from the event will go toward building and repairing homes in our area.
Downtown is for Booklovers! With four bookstores in Downtown Staunton, the city has become a prime destination for booklovers. The area is also home to dozens of writers, as SWAG Writers has discovered. To help bring local writers to the attention of local readers, SWAG Writers (The Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta Group of the Virginia Writers Club) has put together its inaugural Bookfair in which area writers and publishers will offer their books for sale to the public.
April is Poetry Month! SWAG Writers (The Staunton, Waynesboro, and Augusta Group of the Virginia Writers Club) Reading Series continues in April with a reading by poets Stephen Cushman (Riffraff, LSU Press 2011), Sara Robinson, and Leah Naomi Green.