Busy weekend in and around Floyd County and Southwestern Virginia. Also, tax day approaches at the beginning of next week (for those who make enough money to owe taxes). This weekend is also Grand Opening Time for the rejuvenated County Sales, the place to find the best collection of Old Time and Bluegrass musical recordings
On the 12th day of the new year, the National Weather Service bought a serious Winter Storm Warning that could bring up to six inches of snow, along with an inch or more of sleet and freezing rain to our part of Southwestern Virginia. The forecast called for both snow and ice on a watch
The annual Chance Harman Memorial Classic Basketball Tournament takes to the court at the new gym at Floyd County High School Friday and Saturday with games featuring many teams. Floyd County takes on Gate City at 6 pm Saturday. The first Floyd Radio Show of the new year features Shadowgrass and The Thundering Tardigrades as
New Year’s Eve rocked to The Music Road Company & The Kind at Dogtown Roadhouse Monday night as partygoers welcomed in 2019 and other dancers danced the two-step and others routines to the Five Mile Mountain Road Band at the Floyd Country Store. Happy New Year.
As Christmas gets closer, the list of activities escalates, especially on Floyd weekends. Holiday open houses and customer thanks abound throughout the area. Blue Ridge Cafe has Santa on hand from 5 p.m. Friday and Christmas-themed karaoke afterwards. Jesse Peterman Library has Holiday Reminiscing from 2-4 p.m. Thursday. Much more activities in the list below,
Floyd’s Christmas parade, The Radio Show and more arrives on this first weekend of December. Santa arrives with floats, bands and festivities Sunday afternoon in the county’s annual Christmas parade that begins at 3 p.m. The Floyd Radio Show offers music, comedy and more at the Country Store at 7:30 p.m. Saturday and other venues
Veteran’s Day parade in Floyd for 2018.
Since Wednesday is Halloween, consider this weekend starting then and continuing through Sunday evening. Sheriff’s Department deputies will route traffic off Oxford Street at Gardner Funeral Home from 5 to 8:30 pm to help kids and families celebrating the annual night of costumes and trick or treat goodies. Free lunch at the Plenty Farm at
Halfway through October already? Yep and there’s a busy weekend coming up for those who love music, history, spooky tours, arts and crafts. So much to do and so little time to do it all. Check out the selected events, courtesy of the Floyd Tourism Office and check out details and other events on their