Harrisonburg celebrates July 4 with fireworks, food, family fun, and community events packing the holiday's schedule. Harrisonburg's July 4 celebration has a new name – Friendly City Fourth – and all of your favorite Independence Day events will be returning for another fun-filled holiday.
Start your day with a run, enjoy all of the great food that the city has to offer, participate in family-friendly activities, listen to live music, and settle in for a spectacular fireworks display to cap off the day. Our real estate agents have the details on all of the great events happening in Harrisonburg on July 4.
Valley 4th Run – 8:30 am – Main St. and Liberty St., Harrisonburg 22801
Harrisonburg homes for sale make it easy to participate in all of the fun activities planned for July 4, including the Valley 4th Run to start the day. Kick off the July 4 festivities by choosing your run (1.5 miles, 5k, or 10k), and choosing the charity you would like to support. The race is open to all ages and skill levels, which has helped it grow into the most popular way to start your day in Harrisonburg on July 4.
Selling your home is a big decision and one that you likely won't make without a good reason. Whether you want to upgrade to a larger home, relocate for work, cash out on a home in a favorable market, or move to a community that better suits your needs, the reason why you sell your home will have an impact on the sales process. It's essential to understand why and to work with a real estate agent who understands your needs. Our real estate agents are here with a checklist to common reasons why owners decide to sell their homes.
Moving for a New Job
Even if you love everything about your current home, sometimes a job offer is too good to pass up. If that job is far away – or far enough that a commute from your existing home is unmanageable – then you may need to start shopping for a new home closer to your new job.
Summer in the Shenandoah Valley is a great opportunity to enjoy some quality time outdoors or exploring the many historic and natural attractions in the area. Of course, summer is also selfie season, and you'll find no shortage of Instagram-worthy photo opps throughout the Valley. From historic train stations to national parks and breathtaking natural caverns, there is something for every Instagram feed in the Shenandoah Valley this summer. Looking for the perfect spot to snap a selfie of your own? Our real estate agents have the inspiration, with a guide to Instagram-worthy spots in the Shenandoah Valley this summer.
Staunton Station – 1 Middlebrook Ave., Staunton 24401
Looking for a scenic spot close to Staunton homes for sale, that helps you capture the unique charm of the city? Head to Staunton Station, a historic train station in the Wharf Area Historic District, to snap a selfie in a spot where travelers have been congregating for more than a century. The station's historic charm combined with the many renovations it has received over the years makes for plenty of photo opportunities.
Is there ever a bad time to indulge in a sweet treat from a local Shenandoah Valley shop? Of course not! But some days are better than others, and National Doughnut Day provides the perfect excuse to sample the local fare. There's just something special about starting – or finishing – your day with a fresh, hand-crafted doughnut, and a hot cup of your favorite coffee. Fortunately, there are plenty of great places in the Valley where you can do just that. Our real estate agents have the delicious details on some spots in the Valley where you can celebrate National Doughnut Day, or indulge your sweet tooth any day of the year.
Sweet Blessings Bakery & Catering – 121 S Main St., Woodstock 22664
Conveniently located near Woodstock homes for sale, you'll find few sweeter places in the Valley than Sweet Blessings Bakery & Catering. The staff at this friendly, hometown bakery is happy to help you with sweets for any occasion, offering home-cooked treats served with a smile. Of course, it's also a great place to stop solo, when you're looking for just the right snack on National Doughnut Day.