Hi, everyone — I recently received an inquiry about the possible existence of a community garden in Bridgewater, near the College. I’m not aware of a “true” community garden, but I have of course seen the plot that Bridgewater Retirement Community residents use each summer near the corner of Dinkel Avenue and 2nd Street. So — does anyone know of a different community garden? and does that Retirement Community garden allow “guest farmers”? Who’s the best contact for that?
An egomaniac, a dishonest closet socialist and an avowed socialist are the top three contenders for President of this country. For once, I’m nearly speechless.
i really really like the farmers market at generations park. i notice the crowds and vendors have been a little smaller lately than right after opening. but i presume the vendors are still making money. i hope they find it worthwhile. i am doing my part. i especially like the apple guy who is very knowledgeable and has good deals.
Wonder what happened to all the people that used to visit this site?
Wife and I went to the soft opening today. All the town dignitaries where there. Whole bunch of vendors….some with great looking products, some with questionable things. One vendor had some absolutely great bratwurst. All in all, it was pretty nice. Restaurant is bigger than I thought. The personalized bricks weren’t was well displayed as they could have been. We wish this endeavor well.
From the Virginia High School League, here’s the Turner Ashby High School football schedule for 2015. The Knights open at home on August 28 against Staunton River. Other home games include Monticello on September 11, R.E. Lee on September 25 and Fort Defiance on October 9. The regular season ends with a home game against traditional rival Harrisonburg on November 6. All games kick off at 7 p.m.