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11th annual Lawn Jam at Our Community Place

Our Community Place hosts its 11th Annual Summer Lawn Jam Saturday, June 28, 2014 from noon – 8pm at 17 E. Johnson Street in Harrisonburg, Virginia – across from the Little Grill Collective.


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Educational seminar from Hearing Healthcare of Virginia

On Thursday, May 15, 2014, Michael J. Combs, a Hearing Instrument Specialist at Hearing Healthcare of Virginia, will be discussing the latest and most innovative advances in the hearing industry.


Open Mic Talent Night Final Round at WTA’s Gateway

WTA’s Gateway will host the eight and final round of the Open Mic Talent Night Competition on Thursday, May 1st at 7:00 pm. The prize for the winner will be a $50 cash prize and a chance to participate in the grand finale competition, “Talent of the Year”, in June.


Special screening of the film ‘A Band Called Death’ at WTA’s Gateway

WTA’s Gateway will present the documentary film, ‘A Band Called Death’ by Waynesboro’s own Jeff Howlett, co-director, and scored by Sam Retzer.


Open Mic Talent Night at WTA’s Gateway

WTA’s Gateway will host the seventh round of the Open Mic Talent Night Competition on Thursday, April 3rd at 7:00 pm. The prize for the winner will be a $50 cash prize and a chance to participate in the final competition in June.


Chris Saxman chosen to head up Va FREE business advocacy group

Virginia Foundation for Research and Economic Education (VA FREE) announced today that it has chosen Chris Saxman as the organization’s next executive director.


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2014 Virginia Film Festival set for Nov. 6-9

The Virginia Film Festival will be returning to Charlottesville for its 27th year from Nov. 6-9, Festival officials announced. The Virginia Film Festival is presented by the University of Virginia.


Hull’s Drive-In opens 2014 schedule this weekend

Hull’s Drive-In in Lexington is preparing to open up for our 64th season of “movies and memories under the stars.”


Combating Financial Crimes Targeting Older Adults

Financial crimes affect millions of Americans in communities throughout the country and cost consumers an estimated $50 billion a year. fraudsters are masters of persuasion, ultimately ensnaring their victims into making emotional, not rational decisions. Although financial fraud can strike people from all walks of life, older Americans and those on the brink of retirement are especially vulnerable.


Cold coming: Coat drive/free soup in Staunton Tuesday night

With winter storms bringing unseasonably cold nights, many people find themselves on the streets exposed to dangerous levels of cold. Coats and soup will help.


Free Online Arthritis Workshop

The Arthritis Self-Management Program was Stanford’s first patient education program, and the prototype for all other self-management programs.