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Health & Wellness

Staunton’s Cures for the Holiday Hangover 

Jan 04, 2024 / egnidziejko

Hello, 2024. If the bustle of the holidays has left you wiped out instead of refreshed, you’re not alone. From marathon shopping excursions to New Year’s Eve mayhem to just trying to keep the kids busy over the long winter break, you might be suffering from a holiday hangover! More

8 New Things to Do in Staunton

Oct 26, 2023 / egnidziejko

Are you looking for something to do this weekend? Why not check out some of Staunton’s cool new businesses? We have opportunities to shop, sip, create, eat, adventure, and more. It’s time to celebrate small businesses and the Staunton community by exploring Staunton’s newest spaces. More

Light Bites – Staunton’s Taste of Summer

Jun 22, 2023 / egnidziejko

(Published 06/22/2023) Does the summer heat put a damper on your appetite? Are you super hungry but can’t abide the thought of a hot, heavy meal and a steamy kitchen? Or maybe you’re trying to get healthy for long days of summer sports in the sun? More

Take it Outside in Staunton

Jun 08, 2023 / egnidziejko

(Published 06/08/2023) June is known as Great Outdoors Month for good reason. The weather is warm and mild, nature is at its seasonal peak, and the kids are out of school and full of energy. Whether you’re looking for a screen-free family adventure, a solo excursion into nature, an afternoon outside in a local park, or an alfresco meal, we’ve got you covered. More

Experience Staunton as a Solo Traveler

Jun 04, 2023 / williamsjb

Are you visiting the Queen City and happen to be traveling solo? Perhaps you have wanted to visit Staunton but your BFF's aren't available. Or maybe you want to travel without having to babysit another person. More

April Showers bring May Flowers In Staunton

May 04, 2023 / egnidziejko

(Published 05/04/2023) Looking at flower gardens and wildflowers is a magical experience. The colors, scents, textures, and changing displays can occupy your senses all season long. May blooms include dogwood, bleeding heart, rhododendron, Virginia bluebell, iris, sweetbay magnolia, and more. More