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Grand Opening: Potentially Chic

Potentially Chic has always been a fantastic place to visit. Whether you are redecorating your home, looking for a new centerpiece, searching for the perfect gift for a friend or just browsing local shops, they always have unique items at prices that will fit your budget.

They have recently moved from their location on Grandin to 3215 Brambleton Avenue. The new store is 2600 square feet and has given them the opportunity to offer a much wider selection of merchandise than they were able to at their previous location.

10411229_324081124406774_5286709028749392521_nThey have been open for business for a few days now, but their official grand opening is right around the corner! You don’t want to miss their beautiful new store– decorated and ready for both old and new customers.

Join Potentially Chic on Saturday, June 14, for their Grand Opening and One Year Anniversary Celebration. There will be a ribbon cutting at 10:30 am, cupcakes, drawings and a few surprises! Make it a girl’s day out and bring your mom, sister and friends!

We will see you there!

Get to Know Your Neighborhood

The Old Southwest Enchanted Garden Tour

Summer is right around the corner, and that means a lot of plants in our area are in full bloom. For garden lovers, it is the perfect time to get outside, explore different garden techniques, and maybe learn something new from your neighbors. On Saturday, June 14, several gardeners in Roanoke will be available to share their knowledge and expertise during The Old Southwest Enchanted Garden Tour.

New Image123Participating property owners were chosen because of the unique and eclectic aspects of their outdoor sanctuaries. One of the first community gardens in Roanoke will be part of this tour, and the landscape is one that you will not want to miss. Owned by artist, Elaine Fleck, “Rabbit Hill” contains multiple plots that her neighbors rent to grow their desired vegetation. The area is also bursting with color from Elaine’s array of flowers that she uses for weddings and special occasions.

The event is self-guided, but gardeners will be available to answer questions regarding landscaping and the plants in their gardens from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Your ticket will also serve as a map–showcasing the tour itself on the front and the property addresses on the back.

Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit The Community Outreach program, a local nonprofit organization that takes care of feeding youth from all over the city three nights a week during the school year. Additionally, they offer assistance in school subjects such as math, spelling and reading. For additional information, visit www.oldsouthwest.org.

 

Floyd Artisan Tour

The Floyd Artisan Tour, from June 14-16, is the perfect place to take your bridal party for a weekend long excursion. The three day tour features over 50 locations across Floyd County with activities at artisan home studios; galleries and shops; wineries, farms and farm markets; and restaurant and lodging sites. Some of these stops will offer specials, discounts, or complimentary items to tour visitors. Many of them will offer educational demonstrations. You will have the opportunity to learn the art behind paper-making, pottery, woodworking, coffee roasting, and much more!

Go to www.floydartisantrail.org for a complete list of participating artists and businesses. Plan out your trip with your friends beforehand, or let the staffed information table at the downtown Community Market Pavilion provide you with information throughout the tour. They will have brochures, maps, and updated daily schedules on hand.