Spring Has Sprung Early in the Shenendoah Valley

The daffodils and hyacinths are in bloom, the pansies are flourishing, the trees are budding,  the grassing is getting green and the temperature is forecast in the 70′s all week! And it is still a week before Spring officially starts! Come visit us at Blueberry Hill Farm and enjoy walks through the woods, fields and wildlife habitat. Go row boating on the pond, watch the geese and ducks, or maybe try your hand at fishing for largemouth bass. Check us out at www.BlueberryHillFarmVA.com.

What’s There To Do In The Shenandoah Valley In February?

The American Shakespeare Center in Staunton is playing Richard III and Much Ado About Nothing as well as A Mad World, My Masters by Thomas Middleton and Philaster, or Love Lies a-Bleeding by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher.

The Virginia Horse Center in Lexington is hosting the Parelli Natural Horsemanship show February 11 – 12 and  the Virginia Intermont Horse Show, an A rated hunter and jumper show, March 1 – 4.

Come stay with us if you visit the area. Check us out at www.BlueberryHillFarmVA.com.

What’s There to Do in the Shenandoah Valley in January?

See a Shakespearean play at the Blackfriars Theater in Staunton, Virginia. Much Ado About Nothing is playing January 6 – April 8 and Richard III opens on January 19. See  www.AmericanShakespeareCenter.com for more information.

At the Virginia Horse Center in Lexington, Virginia, the Stonewall Country Horse Show will be held January 19-22. This is an A rated hunter and jumper show.

If you need a place to stay, check us out at BlueberryHillFarmVA.com.

Beautiful Berries

The orange pyracantha berries and red nandina berries are beautiful now at Blueberry Hill Farm.

Look What’s Blooming at Thanksgiving!

“Winter’s Joy” Camellia is now in bloom!