Summer is heating up, and so is Charlottesville’s social life. Whether you’re putting on a shindig for your closest office mates or planning a grad party for the ages, we’ve got you covered. Read on for some of our very favorite private events spaces in Charlottesville, VA.
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Beginning in late September, The Festy officially became headquartered at Chisholm in a field carefully potted and partitioned into virtual boxes that allow small groups of vino-music fans to enjoy themselves in the fullness of Virginia’s autumnal countryside.
Here’s what you need to know to enjoy this year’s Virginia Film FestivalWe know; you’re a cinephile and you had your heart set on attending this year's Virginia Film Festival in Charlottesville.. But, for the first time in its storied history, due to the current pandemic, the 33rd Annual Virginia Film Festival will shift to a virtual format this year.
Looking for adventures in a vineyard this fall? Since wine tasting can happen safely in the great outdoors and fine vintages have been known to ease anxiety, area winemakers have put together a full calendar of events to appeal to those eager to go afield. Here’s our list of what’s best:1. The Festy at Chisholm VineyardsPerhaps the most dramatic and
The Wool Factory space has begun to attract a hip Charlottesville crowd. We suspect it won't be long before a new kind of industrial hum will return to the Woolen Mills, where knitting the community together over Poplin or Merino is happening again..
Founded by University of Virginia alumni, Josh Rogers, Derek Sieg and Ben Pfinsgraff, Common House draws on the historical role of the social club while defining its own place in the community and seeking to create a space where a diversity of people from the creative classes of art and commerce can come together to eat, drink, and thrive in