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 March 21, 2020
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Complete the 10-question 2020 Census questionnaire online during the month of March at the Alleghany Highlands Regional Library. The staff will designate one computer for use by residents to complete the questionnaire. No library card is necessary. Additional information may be found online at www.census.gov.Find out more »
The Clifton Forge Public Library is pleased to showcase Clifton Forge’s Boy Scouts in its “Troop 2” display. Featured is memorabilia from the private collection of LeeAnna Tyler. Ms. Tyler and her husband, Todd, have been leaders with the Boy Scouts for over 25 years. They began the year their oldest son, Tony Angell, started…Find out more »
Masa is a particular kind of rice paper that creates textures as if by magic! When folded or crumpled the "crisp" side of the paper takes color well and when crumpled produces an unusual batik-like look that is interesting as is or creates cool textures for collage. You can make great rock walls, boulders, branches-shapes…Find out more »
On display in the gallery will be award-winning artist Jane Winders Frank’s wonderful mixed media. In her visual art, she uses more than one medium or materials including cloth, paper, wood, and found objects. Admission is free! Come enjoy this show in our newly renovated space!Find out more »
A free exhibit of carved & painted sculpture, Wood constructions, mixed media, and collage. Linda Atkinson is a visual artist and native of Roanoke, Virginia. Linda's work has been in many galleries since 1972. She has taught studio art in multiple colleges. Linda is also an art consultant and fine art appraiser and maintains an…Find out more »
The Alleghany Highlands Regional Library’s new Saturday Story Time program for children (ages 0 to 5) kicks off the new year. Join Miss Tori for a theme-based learning story time focusing on playing, reading, and singing in the Community Room.Find out more »