The Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce and Tourism hosts activities all year long and promotes local and regional events that benefit the businesses and citizens of the region. To submit an event, either click on the link or please contact the chamber office at 540-962-2178.
The Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce and Tourism hosts and co-sponsors a wide variety of events throughout the year, including networking opportunities, educational events and ribbon cuttings. The Chamber also supports major festivals, concerts and sporting events designed to enhance the quality of life in the region and attract visitors.
Events for November 1, 2019
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The Alleghany Highlands YMCA is hosting Fall Youth Basketball for 4-5 year-olds. Starting September 16, 2019 and ending November 8, 2019. Members - $50 Non Members - $65 Registrations must be filled-out and paid by September 15, 2019 Call 540-962-9622, register online at http://alleghanyhighlandsymca.org, or stop by the Alleghany Highlands YMCA front desk to get…Find out more »
The Annual Clifton Forge Fall Festival also brings the “48th Annual Fall Festival Art Exhibit” which begins October 18th thru November 15th during our normal business hours. Enjoy the Art Exhibit, then pick your favorite for the “People’s Choice Award”! Also during the town’s Fall Festival, we will have the annual “Attic Treasures Back Room Sale” here at the Alleghany Highlands Arts…Find out more »
Native American Chiefs Scavenger Hunt, Alleghany Highlands Regional Library --November 1st – 27th Celebrate Native American History Month! Ten pictures of Native American chiefs around the library. Get an entry form at the Circulation Desk and find all ten. Put your entry form in the box for a chance to win a prize drawing.Find out more »
The Clifton Forge Public Library is pleased to feature the display, “Some African-American Female Trail Blazers in Clifton Forge, VA.” The exhibit is presented as part of the Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce’s current focus on Virginia’s American Evolution which highlights 400 years of culture, customs, and cuisine. Clifton Forge African-American Female Trail Blazers featured…Find out more »
"The Clifton Forge Public Library is pleased to help Clifton Forge School of the Arts celebrate its 8th annual KRISKINDLMARKT with their November display, “KRISKINDLMARKT: A Holiday Tradition in the Alleghany Highlands.” Executive Director, Laura Rainone, and School of the Arts member of the Board of Directors, Lisa Petrosky, arranged the exhibit which highlights…Find out more »