Summertime in Downtown Blacksburg 2013

Artcrawl with Scavenger Hunt Friday June 7, 5-8pm FREE and open to all! Collect Scavenger Hunt form at participating galleries, return completed form to Community Arts Information Office (CAIO) by 8pm. Prizes will be awarded! Participating Galleries: Armory Art Gallery, Bollo’s Gallery, Burnt Creative Boutique, CAIO, Capone’s Fine Jewelers , The Artful Place, Eucalyptus Massage …

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2013-Performing Fleas, Water Wars, Carnival Rides and more!

The 6th annual Summer Solstice Fest and Carnival is coming and once again will include TWO DAYS OF SUMMER FUN in downtown Blacksburg! Friday June 21 Carnival by Funtime Amusements will be located in the First Church of God Parking lot on Lee Street. Featuring fairground rides and games for all ages. 5-10pm Cabo Fish …

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Heavener Hardware offers True Value!

Post written by Cyndy Graham Heavener Hardware has a long history of serving the town of Blacksburg. Blacksburg Lumber Company started out in the Blacksburg library building on Draper Road before moving to 813 Kabrich Street in 1980. The company became Heavener Hardware and Lumber when David Heavener bought the business in 1983.  Current co-owner …

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Happy Holidays in Downtown Blacksburg!

TubaChristmas 2012 Friday, December 7, 2012 Need more Tuba.............to participate in the 4th annual Downtown Blacksburg TubaChristmas! TUBACHRISTMAS events are presented throughout the world. TUBACHRISTMAS was conceived in 1974 as a tribute to the late artist/teacher William J. Bell, born on Christmas Day, 1902. Through the legendary William J. Bell we reflect on our heritage …

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Small Town, Small Law Firm, Big Service

Post Written by Nancy Mosely Small Town, Small Law Firm, Big Service I knew it was going to be an interesting interview when James Creekmore didn’t miss a beat after I asked my first question geared toward establishing his personal connection to Blacksburg. “Oh, I hated Blacksburg. Prior to 2000 you wouldn’t have caught me …

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