The Great Charlottesville Santa Fun Run & Walk

Santa Suits, Reindeer attire for the dog and all for a good cause? – COUNT US IN! The Great Charlottesville Santa Fun Run and Walk (benefitting THE ARC OF THE PIEDMONT) is today, Sunday, December 7 beginning at 11:00am. Be a CLAUS for a CAUSE!  – All proceeds from this event go to support the programs and services The Arc


Blue Ridge Area Food Bank Donations

BIG SHOUTOUT OF THANKS to all of our friends and client who helped up gather such a big donation for the local food bank.  The Blue Ridge Area Food Bank can always use more – be it food or volunteering.  If you don’t know much about this great organization and how it helps those in our community in a


Four County Players presents Little Women on the MainStage

Four County Players is Central Virginia’s longest continuously operating community theater and in it’s 42nd Season, one of the great shows they are bringing to life is LITTLE WOMEN. By Louisa May Alcott​ Adapted for the stage by Miller Murray Susen Directed by Miller Murray Susen Assistant Direction by Gary Warwick White Produced by Charlotte Drummond One of the most


SALUTE TO SWING BIG BAND BENEFIT DANCE

If you love BIG BAND music and taking a SPIN around the DANCE FLOOR then this benefit is right up your alley! The Salute to Swing Big Band is playing a benefit dance for the Charlottesville Municipal Band tonight from 8:00pm – 10:30pm at the Senior Center, located at 1180 Pepsi Place. Ticket prices: Single $20 | Couple $35 |


OWL PROWL at Monticello

Join seasoned birder Jerry Therrien for the OWL PROWL series at the trailhead at Monticello Trail.  The kids will love listening for the hoots, and shrieks of owls while learning about their habits.  The walk begins at 5:00pm and is scheduled to last about 2 hours. Registration is required and you can buy your tickets ($18) online at:  TICKETS or


Celebrate the VETERANS in your life

In honor of Veterans Day 2014, we thought it might be nice to share a brief history of Veterans Day and remind those far and wide why we celebrate November 11th every year, no matter what day of the week it falls on.  HUG A VETERAN when you see. World War I – known at the time as “The Great


Virginia Film Festival November 6th – 9th

The Virginia Film Festival kicks off on Thursday, November 6, 2014 with an opening night gala at the Jefferson Theater on the historic downtown mall. As usual, there are tons of films to choose from, to get the down low and figure out how to schedule all the movies on your list, head to the festivals website to plan your festival. This years


Remodeling Cost vs Value for 2013

Before you spend thousands of dollars on a home renovation that you hope will add value to your house (and not just enjoyment), take a look at Remodeling Magazine’s annual list of remodeling cost vs. value for the mid-atlantic region first!  This list provides a national survey highlighting which improvements are the most valuable and will produce the highest return


CAAR Third Quarter Market Report Just Released!

There were some awesome highlights this time around! Charlottesville Area 3rd Quarter 2013 Highlights: Overall sales in Greater Charlottesville were up 25.9% over the same quarter last year and represented the highest 3rd Quarter sales total since 2007. The median sales price of $267,612 in the 3rd Quarter was up 11.6% from Q3-2012, the highest year-over- year price gain of