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231 Fest – Sunday, May 15th at Castle Hill Cider! 231 Fest is a benefit for the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank – both via sponsors and a portion of the ticket sales. Get a taste of Virginia’s premier craft beverage scene in the Southwest Mountains. Spend a day on the stunning grounds of Castle Hill Cider enjoying wine, beer, and cider tastings along with delicious food trucks, live music all day, local artisans, and activities for the kids! Learn more and get your tickets HERE
Greenberry’s Coffee Roasters – Charlottesville’s Original Coffee Roaster – is celebrating 30 YEARS in business this year!! To thank all of their customers over the years, they are giving away free coffee for an entire year. You read that right – FREE COFFEE FOR A WHOLE YEAR! Join the fun and claim your free coffee HERE
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231 Festival (Sunday, May 15)
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