Holiday Pop Up Shop

Easely Created is hosting a socially-distanced Holiday POP Up Shop.

You can shop in person on small business Saturday (November 28th) at Easely Created in downtown Winchester from 11-8pm or virtually from November 28th – December 6th. All artist/vendors are local and each creation is handmade with love!

Check out the holiday shopping group https://www.facebook.com/groups/3420186081409044/
and get updates on highlighted vendors, when shopping opens and when crafters post new items!

Join us as we continue the effort to support small businesses and local makers.

Spring Craft Bazaar

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED.

Calling all crafters and craft enthusiasts! This is going to be a fun day to find tons of great crafts and supports local crafters.

The playroom will be full of vendors offering their home made goods and items. You can expect to find a wide variety of items may including: jewelry, wooden crafts, wreaths, calendars, flags, shirts, candles, tools, games, decor, signs, bird baths, bird feeders, and so much more.

FULL ON VENDOR SPOTS. Over 20 Vendors will be participating.

Mark your calendar now and come see us on Saturday, March 28th from 9am to 3pm.

Winchester Whipped Cooking Competition

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED.

Join us for a fun evening as two local chefs battle and “chop” the competition. Winchester Whipped is a community event benefiting the Fremont Street Nursery. Two local chefs on two different nights will compete in a Chopped style competition with the winners battling to the bitter end in the third event. Each chef will be required to create an appetizer and a dessert made with mystery basket ingredients and the Nibblins pantry items.

Round 1 is 3/10, featuring Chef Rebecca Hassell from Pembroke Springs Retreat and Chef Phill Anderson from The Chef’s Market & Cafe and My Buddy’s Nuts. Round 2 is 3/24 with Chef Ricky Cicil from L’Auberge Provencale Bed and Breakfast and Chef Rob Wallace from Union Jack’s. Events are posted and tickets are available now!

As a viewer, you’ll not only benefit a good cause but you’ll also have the pleasure of samples, wine tastings, a good fun.

Don’t forget some extra cash or your checkbook. We will raffle off a plate from each chef in both rounds for you to enjoy!

Agritourism Information Session

In partnership with the Virginia Cooperative Extension Office, the Winchester-Frederick County Tourism Office will be hosting an informational session to educate farmers and landowners in Winchester and Frederick County as to what exactly “agritourism” is.

Our panels of experts and peers will discuss how agritourism may be able to provide a sustainable source of income to supplement those revenues from regular farming activities.

Attendees are welcome to bring any and all questions, and will be provided answers by agritourism experts from throughout the Commonwealth as well as by their peers who have already begun different types of agritourism on their farms.

Indoor Farmer’s Market

Join us for an indoor Farmer’s Market at James Charles Winery. This farm fresh winter activity will feature multiple farmers to meet and greet and share their goods!

FREE

Lunch and Learn: Civil Rights in Virginia

Learn about the Civil Rights Movement and school desegregation in Winchester with historian Judy Humbert. An author, Humbert is a 1965 graduate of Douglas School, Winchester’s African American high school during the days of segregation. Bring your lunch and spend an hour with an expert!

MSV members: $5; all others: $12 (includes admission, beverages & cookies). Pre-register by February 19; register online or call 540-662-1473, ext. 240. Walk-ins welcome as space permits.

Photo: Douglas High School students, 1965–1966, Judy Humbert Collection, Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, Handley Regional Library, Winchester, VA.

Historic Winchester Food Tours

Discover Winchester one step, sip, bite at a time!

Explore the city’s unique and thriving food scene on our downtown Winchester walking mall food tours. Your experienced guide will introduce you to great local dishes and drinks while sharing stories about Winchester’s rich history and architecture.

Meeting location changes, participants will receive information with their tickets.

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