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Creekside Village Owners Association

41 Resort Drive

P. O. Box 438

Basye, Virginia 22810

Phone: 1 (540) 856-2125 

Fax: 1 (540) 856-8546



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May 19–Basye.
The “Rocktown Rambler” is a biking celebration of riding backcountry roads in the Shenandoah Valley, from 8am-4pm. There will be gravel, some climbing, some descending, some singletrack and a lot of fun. We welcome everyone that wants to have a good time, whether that is by racing, riding or partying (or doing all three at once). To register call 540-689-0070 or visit online at
May 24–Shenandoah.
Cruz-in on First Street, Shenandoah, 6pm-9pm. All makes/models/years welcome. There are no registration fees. or 540-652-8164.
May 24-25–Shenandoah.
Come celebrate Memorial Day Weekend in the Town of Shenandoah with celebration events all day. Day Festival and Parade. For information contact Lora Jenkins at 540-652-8773 or email
May 24-26–Salem.
4th Annual Salem Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show at the Salem Civic Center, 1001 Roanoke Blvd., from 10am-6pm. Bringing to you gems, mineral, jewelry fossils, beads and meteorites from around the world. Adult $8.00, ages 11-17 $2.00,  ages 10 & under, free w/ paying adult, tickets good for all 3 days. or 540-375-3004.
May 24-26–Waynesboro.
Join the Waynesboro North 340 Campground, 1125 Eastside Highway for  their “Memorial Day Weekend” with music by Silver Creek Band and more. Call for information 540-943-9573.
May 25–McGaheysville.
Join us on the mountain for “ValleyFest” on the slopes at Massanutten Resort, from 4:30-9:30pm. Featuring beer, wine, cider, food vendors, kids activities/games and more. Proceeds benefit community initiatives supported by the local Rotary Clubs of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County. Call 540-289-9441 or online
May 25–New Market.
Come to the New Market Community Park to enjoy a free movie under the stars with family and friends. For your viewing comfort we encourage you to bring chairs and/or blankets. Feel free to bring snacks and drinks (no alcoholic beverages allowed). The movie “Monsters University”  will begin at sundown. Info online at or 540-740-3432.
May 25-26–Harrisonburg.
Want some comfortable, clean and fun camping? Join the Harrisonburg/Shenandoah Valley KOA Holiday, for their “Memorial Day Weekend” events. Kick off the summer camping season with old friends and make new ones with festive patriotic activities. Call 540-896-8929 or visit online at 625607126323698.
May 25, 27–Harrisonburg.
Rockingham County Fairgrounds, 4808 S. Valley Pike, events: On the 25th, 1st Annual Yard Sale at the barns from 7am-2pm and on the 27th the Annual Memorial Day Celebration from 4-8pm. or 540-434-0005.
May 27–Front Royal.
1st Inaugural Charity “Golf Tournament and Live Music” event at the Shenandoah Valley Golf Club, 134 Golf Club Circle. Whether you're a golfer or not, come for a day of fun and fundraising. Lunch and player gifts are provided before the noon shotgun start and there will be special contests, activities and live music featuring “Crosswinds”. Proceeds of this event will benefit the Sherando High School Band Booster Association. Learn more at
May 27–Harrisonburg.
9th Annual Memorial Day Community Celebration at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds, 4808 South Valley Pike, from 4-8pm. This is a celebration of faith, family, friendship and freedom. Bring your show cars out, registration is free and begins at 2pm with the car show beginning at 4pm. 540-433-0769 or Visit: for more information.
May 27–Winchester.
The 37th Annual “Loudoun Street Mile” is an anticipated event for regional runners, held annually on Memorial Day in Old Town, This race attracts participants eager to traverse the iconic Loudoun Street, combining the thrill of competition with the charm of the historic setting. This year’s race will serve as the RRCA Virginia State Championship Race as well the Collegiate Running Association Championship race. The Fitness Walk and 1 Mile Races will start at 1604 S. Loudoun Street near Blue Ridge Electric. There will be no race day registration. You must enter the race by 5pm on Sunday, May 26th in order to participate. To regester: call 540-665-5678 or
May 29–Waynesboro.
Do you like singing? Come to Plaza Antigua, 23 Windigrove Drive, for “Karaoke” night hosted by BB Wolf. Enjoy a cosy atmosphere, great food, and child-friendly. Happy hour specials as well as special drink prices during karaoke. Come join the talent. Casual/Outdoor dining, classic cocktails and more. Free admission. or 540-949-4205.
May 30–Waynesboro.
Head on over to the South River Greenway at Constitution Park (downtown) for a fun, free concert featuring “Big City Band” from 6-8pm. Join us every Thursday evening, through July 25th for upcoming concerts. Food trucks and children's activities sponsored by BRCM will also be at Groovin', so bring the whole family.
May 31–Lexington.
Join Boxerwood, 963 Ross Road, for their  “Music in the Garden” featuring Shester, Datz & Newhall, from There will be a food truck or bring your own food. Admission is $5.00 per person and under 18 are free. This is a family friendly event. Bring your own chairs or blanket. or 540-463-2697.
June 1–Waynesboro.
The biggest Jeep event. "Jeep Jam in the Valley" is back at Plaza Antigua, 23 Windigrove Drive We are excited to announce we added more top notch bands: including "Party Fowl", "JParis’ and ‘Pick Up Band" and after so much request we will be having prizes for multiple categories for Jeeps. So shine your Jeeps up or muddy them up because this event just got better.. Proceeds from covers and proceeds will be donated to the Medee Project. or 540-949-4205.
June 1–Luray.
The Swim Fest at Lake Arrowhead offers three race distances, featuring a fun and competitive open water swimming. You can combine distances as they will not overlap. To register call  540-743-3915 or
June 1–Stuarts Draft.
“Draft Days” will be held at the Park, 96 Edgewood Lane, from 11am-4pm. Enjoy obstacle courses, climb rock walls, engage in group games, and more. Bring a team and compete in nerf wars and laser tag games and more. Music by "Valley Music Academy" and "Cousin Jimmy's String Band". Food Trucks will be on-site for the duration of the event for your convenience. Admission is free, some attractions are not. some attractions are not available after dark and weather contingent. 540-245-5727.
June 1, 7-8–Harrisonburg.
Rockingham County Fairgrounds, 4808 S. Valley Pike, events: On the 1st, Northern District 4H Show at the Hoop Barn and Relay for Life on the 7th-8th. or 540-434-0005.
June 1-26–Waynesboro.
Wayne Theatre events: On the 1st: "Standup Comedy Night" with Mark Riccadonna and Friends; On the 3rd "Lost In Translation" Film; On the 5th a free family film "Sing"; On the 7th Our Annual Gala fundraiser "Rock the Block". On the 12th a free family film "Moana"; On the 13th-16th a play "Three Sisters"; On the 17th "A League of Their Own" film; On the 19th a  Free Family Film "Encanto". On the 21st "Jimmy Fortune" concert. On the 26th a free family film "The Little Mermaid". Details for these events are available at or 540-943-9999.
June 6, 13, 20, 27–Waynesboro.
Bring the whole family to the South River Greenway at Constitution Park, downtown for the Free “Groovin’ at the Greenway” concert, starting 6pm. Also there will be food trucks and children’s activities. For complete lineup call 540-942-6735 or visit:
June 7-8–Harrisonburg.
40th Annual Ray Gordon Memorial Jumbo Fly-In, from 10am-5pm both days. Large model airplanes are featured. This is a family friendly event. Food and beverages available for purchase. Bring a lawn chair and plan on having a great day. Free admission to spectators. For directions visit: or call 540-533-2446.
June 7-9–Virginia.
“Free Fishing Days” is when NO fishing license of any kind will be required for recreational rod and reel fishing during free fishing days. Also during that time facilities use permits will also not be required. To increase angling opportunities, DWR has removed the restriction to fishing designated stocked trout waters for free fishing weekend. For more information visit our site at or call 804-367-1000.
June 7, 13-15, 21-22–Buena Vista.
Glen Maury Park events: Fridays in the Park featuring the "Evolution Band" on the 7th; Maury River Fiddler’s Convention on the 13-15; Bike Virginia on the 21st-22nd. Call for information 540-261-7321 or visit online at
June 7, 21, 29–Town of Shenandoah.
 Cruz-in on First Street, from 6-9pm,on the7th, rain date June 14th; Free Movie Night  featuring "Honey I Shrunk The Kids", 8:30pm. at Big Gem Park 736 Fourth Street, on the 21st; Free Music in the Park at  Big Gem Park 736 Fourth Street from 6-8pm featuring " Austin Shifflett", on the 29th. / or 540-652-8164.
June 8–Woodstock.
Are you ready for the "Seven Bends 6 Hour Adventure Race" at 1191 Lupton Road. This is an incredible Intermediate level adventure race, We have a great course for you to trek, bike, paddle and navigate your way around the Shenandoah Valley and Seven Bends State Park. Race solo or form a team. The team with the most points in the allotted time will win. For more details or 540-459-3621.
June 8–Winchester. 
Join us at the Loudoun Street Mall, 1 N. Loudoun Street, from noon-5pm, to experience a fun, free day out for the whole family as we partner with our friends and neighbors from all across the community to provide hands-on entertainment. Arts and crafts, activities, educational opportunities, musical performances, fun games, engaging workshops, and so much more. or 540-542-1326.
June 8–Woodstock.
The “Southern Rock Festival” will be held at Shenandoah County Fairgrounds, from 1-11pm, rain or shine. No outside food, alcohol, coolers or pets and bring something to sit on. All proceeds go to the Homeless Warriors Charity. For more information call 540-459-3867 or visit online at 
June 8-27–Lexington.
VA Horse Center events: Bit N Bridle Show/4-H Skills/Qualifier, 4-H Qualifier/Show and the Old Dominion Pony Club Jumping Rally on the 8th; Rockbridge Horse Show on the 13th; Shenandoah Classic Horse Show on the  18th; AVA Region IX Equestrian Vaulting Championship on the 21st; House Mountain Horse Show HJ on the 25th; Equus Survival Trust on the 27th. 540-464-2950 or
June 14–Woodstock.
Outdoor Concert at W.O. Riley Park, 135 N. Main Street.  Music entertainment by Seven Bends Band, from 7-9pm and food for sale. Free admission and bring a lawn chair or blanket, also dancing shoes. or 540-459-3621.
June 14-20–Swoope.
North Mountain Outfitter and Four Winds Ranch have put together an adventure you are not going to want to miss. An all-inclusive, 6 night/7 day, action-packed adventure featuring  western-style horseback riding, sport clay shooting, fun day and a 2-day white water rafting trip. Do we have you thinking? The all-Inclusive price is $3,975 per couple. or 540-886-7768.
June 15–Dayton.
Come to Fort Harrison and learn about trades of the past from our talented and devoted tradesmen and women, from 10am-3pm. There will be authentic live demonstrations, sales of handcrafted items and fun for the whole family. Free admission.
June 15–Luray.
1st Annual Jeep Event at Faithbrooke Barn and Vineyards, 267 Elgin Drive, from noon-6pm. Come celebrate with us and have a blast while we recognize our local heroes at the Luray Fire Department, who will receive 10% of the proceeds we receive for this event. Free admission and $5.00 entry for Jeeps. We will have vendors, food trucks, live music, beverages for purchase, games, good times all around. 540-743-3915 or
June 15–Luray.
The Page Valley Fair is hosting “A Taste of the Valley” wine, beer and pirits festival from 3-9pm at the fairgrounds. Food, a variety of vendors and music by “Cazhmiere”. All proceeds will go to updating and renovating the fair grounds. For information or 540-843-3247.
June 15–Staunton.
The Boys/Girls Club of Waynesboro/Staunton/Augusta County invite you to be a player or sponsor for our “Great Futures” golf tournament at Gypsy Hill Golf Course, 1 Deaver Drive, to show your support for the youngest citizens in our community, those who need us the most. We create a home away from home where young people have the opportunity to reach their highest potential without fear. For more details: or 540-471-3139.
June 20–Winchester.
Laser Tag at the Amphitheater at Jim Barnett Park, 1001 E. Cork Street, from 6-7pm, for ages: 5+. Come out and see what all the hype is about or participate in our one day event. Admission fee. or 540-667-1815.
June 21–New Market.
10th Annual “Cross Roads Music Fest”. This event will be held at Rebel Park from 6:30-9pm. Free admission. Food and drink are available for purchase. Bring a blanket or a chair and enjoy an evening of local music by “Souled Out” with food and brews available. 540-740-3432 or
June 21-23–Mt Solon.                     
Join the “Steel Wheels” as they present the 11th Annual “Red Wing Roots” music festival. For three days you can listen to 50 bands at the beautiful Natural Chimneys Park and Campground in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley. The towering limestone chimneys, reaching more than 120’ in the air provide a spectacular backdrop for you to lounge in the Music Meadow listening to great music in the great outdoors. or e-mail:
June 22–Woodstock.
4th Annual Shenandoah Valley "ArtFest" will be held downtown, from 10am-6pm. The event will offer a children’s art show, food vendors, music, interactive art activities/experiences and a local talent show where the attendees determine the winners. Call for more information 540-459-3621 or
June 22–Harrisonburg.
Join the Blue Ridge Power Sports, 20 Heritage Drive, as they continue Amber's legacy through a "Benefit Ride" for this amazing center "Generation's Grossing". Starting point will be at Blue Ridge Power Sports.and registration starts at 9am with kick stands up at 10:30am.  The destination will be Generation's Grossing where there will be food, games and more, All proceeds will be donated to Generation's Crossings on behalf of The Proud American Riders. Call 540-434-7345.or visit
June 22–Fisherville
The “Amazing Library Scavenger hunt”  will be held at the Main Library. Attempt to solve all the clues, riddles and puzzles by using Library resources and your own sense of adventure from 10am-4pm. 540-885-3961.
June 22-23–Berryville.
Join the Shenandoah Valley Amateur Radio Club at the Clarke County Fairgrounds, 890 W. Main Street, for "Field Day" starting 2pm. Some think of Field Day as just another amateur radio contest. However, its theme centers on one of the most important functions of amateur radio – the ability to communicate independently of any municipal or commercial infrastructure: commercial power, telephone networks, etc., which would likely be inoperative or severely overloaded in the event of a major disaster. For more details visit or 540-662-6810.
June 25–Stuarts Draft.
Join us  for “Taste Night” at the Library Station, Broadmoor Plaza Suite 107, from 4:30-5:45pm. Teens and Tweens (ages 12-18). Taste the world at each meeting, visit a new country through food and crafts. Plus get your passport stamped for a chance to win a prize. 540-885-3961.
June 27–Salem.
Come join American Legion Post 3 Riders, 710 Apperson Drive, from 6-8pm, as we host "Bike Night". There will be live music, vendors, 50/50 raffles and bikes. See you here. Call 973-713-5251 or visit
June 28-29–Roanoke.
“Star City Motor Madness” Cruise-in along Williamson Road. This is a celebration of America’s passion for the automobile. Fundraiser for the VA Museum of Transportation. Information online at
June 28-30–Monterey.
“14th Artists’ Weekend” sponsored by the Highland County Arts Council. Let the scenic beauty of our mountains, valley views and farms inspire you during this outdoor event. There will be a “Wet Paint Show” on the 30th, 2-4pm at the Highland Center. Call 540-468-2316. or visit online at
June 29–Woodstock.
Come see “Extreme Dwarfanators Wrestling” at Shenandoah County Fairgrounds, 300 Fairground Road from 8-10pm. Prepare yourself for a night filled with high-flying acrobatics, jaw-dropping maneuvers and pure adrenaline as our talented roster of dwarf wrestlers takes center stage. We guarantee non-stop action, fierce competition and an atmosphere that will leave you on the edge of your seat. For more information visit  or 540-459-3867.
June 29–Woodstock.
Join us for the Annual “Luau Pool Party” at W.O. Riley Park Pool, 135 N. Main Street, from 7-9pm. Advanced ticket sales required. More details at or 540-459-3621.
June 29–Natural Bridge,
Natural Bridge State Park, 6477 South Lee Highway, will be bathed in light, from 8-10pm. Experience the 200-foot-tall arch as it is lit from above and below by dozens of lights, with the only sound being the murmuring of Cedar Creek running below. Admission fee. Visit or 540-291-1326..