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Visit Wildrock in Charlottesville

In Things To Do In Charlottesville by Tammy Brown

Take a trip from your luxury apartment at Beacon on 5th to immerse yourself in the calming beauty of nature at Wildrock in Charlottesville. Nestled in the Blue Ridge foothills of Albemarle County, this non-profit organization provides a serene environment, promoting health and wellness through nature. Wildrock believes that playing in nature is not only important for children, but for …

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MarieBette Café and Bakery

In Food & Drink by Tammy Brown

In the Rose Hill neighborhood in Charlottesville, you’ll find a small gem of a cafe called MarieBette Café and Bakery. While it may just look like a quaint bakery on the outside, MarieBette Café and Bakery offers full-service breakfast, brunch, and lunch in addition to fresh-baked pastries and rich coffee. Named after the daughters of the founders, MarieBette is locally-owned and …

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Play with Clay: Pottery Classes in Charlottesville

In Things To Do In Charlottesville by Tammy Brown

Have you been thinking about picking up a new hobby or simply trying something new? Why not try signing up for pottery classes in Charlottesville? Owned and operated by Christina Osheim, Möbius Keramikk is a ceramics studio that offers daily workshops as well as classes. As a third-generation Norwegian-American, Osheim draws inspiration from her Scandinavian roots. Before opening up her …

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Food Trucks in Charlottesville

In Uncategorized by Tammy Brown

The food scene in Charlottesville is incredible, featuring a diverse range of culinary options. From spicy Thai food, to Southern-style chicken and waffles, you’ll find a taste of everything! Although the restaurant scene is hopping, there are quite a few amazing food trucks in Charlottesville. The next time you can’t decide where to go to dinner, add these local food …

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Animal Shelters in Charlottesville

In Things To Do In Charlottesville by Tammy Brown

In search of a new furry friend? Looking to spend your time volunteering and giving back to the community? The options are endless through various animal shelters in Charlottesville! Both the Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA and Caring for Creatures provide various adoption opportunities, as well as volunteer opportunities! Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA The Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA is located at 3355 Berkmar Drive …

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Eat Pretzels & Drink Beer at Kardinal Hall

In Things To Do In Charlottesville by Tammy Brown

For a modern take on an Alpine-style beer garden that serves up a variety of German beer and food. Kardinal Hall is a fitting name, as the restaurant is spacious, with indoor and outdoor seating areas. The restaurant and beer hall is located in the old Coca-Cola building downtown. Built in 1939, the brick building adds a historic charm to …

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Wedding Do’s & Don’ts: Proper Wedding Etiquette

In Tips for you by Tammy Brown

From late spring to early fall, it’s prime time for weddings. The temperatures are rising and love is in the air.  You may even have several weddings to attend this season, but don’t wait until the last minute to make plans. Did you know that there is a proper wedding etiquette to follow? Society has created rules on how much …

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Best Places to Buy Plants in Charlottesville

In Things To Do In Charlottesville by Tammy Brown

Do you need to spruce up the landscaping out in the front yard, or want to add a natural element indoors?  Plants can add so much life and color to either the outside or inside of your home. From lush green ferns and succulents to flowering tropical plants such as the colorful hibiscus, plants can contribute to the overall design …