Small Business Saturday: Downtown Harrisonburg

Show your love for Downtown Harrisonburg this Saturday, November 26th for Small Business Saturday! This is a day dedicated to celebrate the charm and economic impact that small businesses bring to our community.

The shop small experience is unique. You’ll get the best in personalized customer service, you’ll find unique gifts that weren’t mass produced and most importantly, you’ll play a role in benefiting our local economy. Each dollar you spend at a locally-owned business returns three times more money to your local community than one spent at a chain. Plus, many of our businesses will also be offering special promotions! And we know you can’t say no to a discount!

Clementine will also be hosting  their annual bazaar and art market from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm!

For more info on Small Business Saturday, click HERE.

 

Pale Fire Brewing and Brothers Craft Benefit Beer Dinner

Join Pale Fire and Brother’s Brewing at Capital Ale House this Saturday, November 19th from 7:00-10:00 pm for a fall beer dinner benefiting the Rockingham Day Care Center.

The event will feature a hand-crafted menu of 7 courses all made with local ingredients. Each course will be paired with either a Brothers Craft Brew or Pale Fire brewed beer. With only 25 spots available, this is a must attend event. A portion of the proceeds going to the Harrisonburg Rockingham Day Care Center.

Get your tickets: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1353197?utm_medium=bks 

Valley Dish III: Bella Luna Collaborative Dinner Celebrates Cider Week

Valley Dish is back and just in time to celebrate Virginia Cider Week! As part of the celebration, Bella Luna Wood-Fired Pizza is hosting Valley Dish III, a collaborative dinner with local farmers and artisan producers, on Thursday, November 17 from 6:30 – 9pm.

This partnership with Shenandoah Valley Organics, Old Hill Cider and Project Grows will feature a 4-course menu designed by Bella Luna’s Executive Chef Colin Auckerman. Each dish was inspired by the autumn flavors of the Shenandoah Valley.

Valley Dish III Menu

first
Marinated chicken kebab
Wood-fired flatbread, minted yogurt, radish salad

second
Roasted apple salad
Tender greens, pickled root vegetables, gorgonzola, shallot-cider vinaigrette

third
Oven-fired chicken breast
Winter squash puree, braised collard greens, crispy parsnip, maple-cider jus

fourth
Spiced panna cotta
Cider reduction, ginger thin cookies

Tickets are available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-valley-dish-for-cider-week-tickets-28764976820?aff=erelexpmlt
Tickets include cost of the meal; cider pairings will be available at an additional charge.

Black Sheep Coffee

Located at the Ice House in Downtown Harrisonburg, Black Sheep Coffee offers finely crafted espresso, drip coffee and manual pour-over service, using fresh roasted beans from a variety of roasters. Their baked goods–scones, cinnamon rolls and cookies–are made fresh daily in house with locally sourced dairy products. Black Sheep features both a breakfast and lunch menu that always offer something new to try and a rotating drink menu. As if you needed a better reason to go and check them out!