Tag - Holidays

It may be hard to believe, but the holiday season is upon us once again, and this festive, joyous time of year is one of the best times to make a visit to Charlottesville & Albemarle County! The area is teeming with special holiday events beginning shortly after Thanksgiving and lasting all the way
The 4 th of July holiday is almost upon us and the Charlottesville area is the perfect destination for celebrating this momentous occasion! The region is steeped in a rich history, with three presidential homes and a multitude of other historically significant sites, making Charlottesville and
February is here and that means one thing – love is in the air! Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, but your romantic celebrations don’t have to be limited to just this one single day. Here in the Charlottesville area, we celebrate love all year long! But since February is an especially
Christmas has already come and gone, which means the year 2016 will be wrapping up before we know it. But even though 2016 is winding down, the fun in the Charlottesville area is just starting to ramp up as we prepare for 2017! At the end of each year, a huge family-friendly celebration of the arts
The time has finally come. The beautiful and dazzling leaves have all fallen from their branches. The nights are a little longer. The days are a little colder. But winter is still an absolutely picture-perfect time to visit Charlottesville & Albemarle County! In fact, a trip to the Charlottesville
If my record collection could talk, it would tell you that I love two things: Paul McCartney and antiquing. I often spend my Saturdays wandering around Charlottesville searching for records and vintage dresses, along with the hundreds of other random and unique knick-knacks that I never knew I
It might be hard to believe, but the month of December is now upon us. Not only does the month of December signal the beginning of the end of 2016, but it also signals the beginning of a new season – winter! But just because the year may be drawing to a close, there’s still no shortage of things to