The annual Latino Film Festival returned to Court Square Theater last night! Over the course of the week, and in celebration of Hispanic culture, Court Square Theater will be screening a selection of Spanish language films. All films will be subtitled in English.
This year’s festival will feature the following films:
Pelé: Birth of a Legend: Brazil / USA
La Novia: Spain
Embrace of the Serpent: Colombia
Adults – $9.50
Seniors – $8.50
Matinee (before 5 pm) – $5.00
Students – $5.00
Needing some serious “me time”? Come and pamper yourself with Valley Green Naturals and Friendly City Food Co-op for a start to finish spa-night. From cleansers and toners to mud masks and creams, you won’t want to miss out on this amazing opportunity. This is your chance to relax and learn all about local, natural products while enjoying a 4-step facial!
Those attending the events will be able to experience the following cleaners, toners, and facial therapies: Activated Charcoal Honey Cleanser, a Lemon Honey Facial Cleanser, Skin Brightening Facial Toner, Dead Sea Mineral Mud Masque, Daily Hydration Facial Therapy, and Nightly Hydration Facial Therapy.
There will be Co-op snacks to enjoy everyone will be sent home with great goodie bags containing all these items and more!
After launching last spring, Run, Sweat & Beers is a friendly event meant to bring people who love running and drinking beer together. It’s totally free and no pre-registration required! The event starts and finishes at Brothers Craft Brewing on the fourth Friday of every month at 5:30 pm. They have a 1 mile, 3 mile, or a 5 mile running option so you pick what you’re feeling that day. And as if you needed any more convincing, the run is completed with discounted brews in the tasting room at Brothers Craft Brewing.
1 mile turnaround at Gay Street and N. Main Street
3 mile turnaround on S. Main Street directly in front of Quad at James Madison University
5 mile turnaround just past El Charro on S. Main Street
Do you like coffee, breakfast food, and beer? If you answered ‘yes’ to all three, it’s time to mark your calendars! This is your chance to join Brother Craft Brewing on Saturday, September 17th for their 2nd annual Coffee Fest!
From 10 am – 11 pm (yes, a whole thirteen hours) Brothers Brewing will be serving you the best in caffeinated drinks with coffee vendors, food trucks serving up coffee and breakfast inspired dishes, and of course, coffee inspired beer.
But wait! It gets better! There will be live music from 12:30 pm – 7:30 pm and guests will also have the opportunity at playing cornhole and giant Jenga!
Mike Howdyshell (12:30-1:30)
Britton James – Singer/Songwriter (4:30-7:30)
Friendly City Food Co-op
Black Sheep Coffee Harrisonburg
Nova Coffee Labs
Rocktown Slops (serving breakfast inspired slops all day)
Mashita (serving lunch/dinner from 1:00 on)
Heritage Bakery & Cafe
Coconut Vanilla Daylight Cravings
The release of Local Roast (Coffee Oatmeal Stout)!
Coffee pin (more info TBA)
Coffee infusion (more info TBA)
Fashion lovers rejoice! Food trucks step aside! The Shenandoah Valley’s very first fashion boutique on wheels is here! The Gypsy Catwalk is a mobile and online boutique serving you the latest in all things fashion.
Located in the Downtown Parking Lot between Taj of India and Jack Brown’s Beer & Burger Joint, Gypsy Catwalk “specializes in an ever-rotating colorfully curated collection of tops, dresses and statement jewelry.” Plus everything is $100 or less!
You can shop the boutique online thru www.thegypsycatwalk.com, Facebook or Instagram. And if you’re looking for an even better bonus, you can reserve the truck for a private party or fundraiser!