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 December 22, 2019
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The Friends of the Clifton Forge Public Library are sponsoring their annual sale of handmade and vintage Christmas tree ornaments which are on display in the library. The sale will continue throughout December. Proceeds from the sale are used by the Friends of the Library to support the library’s book and media collections, and to…Find out more »
The Clifton Forge Public Library is currently sponsoring a Winter Reading Program for readers ages 3 through adult. The program will conclude on Monday, March 9, 2020. For every five hours of reading or listening to a story being read to them, children ages 3-12 will receive a prize and an entry into a prize…Find out more »
The Clifton Forge Public Library is pleased to showcase the display, “Are You a Bannister Baby?” featuring memorabilia from the private collection of John Moser. Constance Bannister was considered one of the nation’s premier baby photographers, whom Jack Paar, host of the “Tonight Show,” called the “world’s most famous baby photographer.” Photographing primarily during the…Find out more »
The Historic Masonic Theatre Alleghany Theatre Works 2019 - 2020 Classes We are proud to introduce our educational theater program, Alleghany Theatre Works (ATW). We created ATW to give creative kids a place to learn, explore, and perform. Throughout the year, we'll offer ongoing classes and performance opportunities for elementary, middle, and high school-aged actors.…Find out more »
The "Country Christmas" show by STARS will complete the troupe's 23rd performance season. The audience can expect to see STARS' performers celebrating Christmas via seasonal songs presented by soloists and groups of vocalists. Paula Crance and Sonja Romanello are returning as co-directors of STARS. Tickets: Orchestra $10-$20, Balcony $8Find out more »