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Creekside Village Owners Association

41 Resort Drive

P. O. Box 438

Basye, Virginia 22810

Phone: 1 (540) 856-2125 

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October 10, 17, 24, Nov. 7–Harrisonburg.
Have fun, learn and laugh. The next X2 Comedy Classes will be held at The Perch, 85 W. Gay Street, 6-9pm on Tuesday nights. The Graduation Showcase will be held at The Loft at Liberty Street, 76 W. Gay Street at 7pm. You'll learn stand up and comedic storytelling or punch up your funny in these fun interactive workshops and showcase. To register and get more information visit or call Dawn at 540-560-3356.
October 12-15–Harrisonburg.
The Valley Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show will be held at the Rockingham Fairgrounds, 4808 S. Valley Pike. For more information 540-607-2075 or
October 12-31–Harrisonburg.
Join the Virginia Quilt Museum, 301 S. Main Street, as we present the EPIC Brian Clowdus 'Edgar Allan Poe Experience. This immersive experience will be an experience that you'll never forget. Venture "IF YOU DARE" into the mind of "the grandfather of the thriller": Edgar Allan Poe. or 540-433-3818.
October 13-14–Fishersville.
Fishersville Antiques Expo will be held at Augusta Expo. This is one of the greatest gatherings of dealers and collectors in the Mid-Atlantic. The show that excites, thrills and satisfies shoppers of all ages. Over 300+ indoor and outside exhibitors. Held from 9am-5pm, rain or shine. Admission fee and parking is free. or 434-846-7452.
October 13-15–Waynesboro.
Join America’s most celebrated living artist P. Buckley Moss in her Gallery, 329 W. Main Street, to have your artwork signed and personalized. All artwork purchased from our gallery during this weekend can be signed and personalized. In addition, you may also bring up to two previously purchased Moss prints or paintings for personalization. 540-949-6473.
October 14–Massanutten.
Fall Festival at Massanutten Resort from 11:30am-5:30pm, rain or shine. Live music, arts, crafts, food, beer, wine, kids’ activities, scenic chairlift rides and lots more. Proceeds benefit the McGaheysville Volunteer Fire Company. No food, drinks, pets or weapons. Tickets $15.00 for advance tickets until October 13th, at the gate $20.00, kids 6 and under are free. 540-289-9441 or
October 14–Buena Vista.
Mountain Day is our annual Lost Arts and Crafts Community Festival, held downtown on Magnolia Avenue between 20th and 22nd Streets, from 10am-4pm. There will be arts/crafts, live music, local foods, children’s activities, food and more. 540-463-3777 or visit: 540-463-3777.
October 14–Shenandoah.
The Hazzard Run 2023 convoy of classic cars will be leaving Cooter’s in Luray at 9am. The convoy should be coming through the Town of Shenandoah around 9:15-9:30am. To cheer them on, stand on the areas of Virginia Avenue, First Street, Maryland Avenue, and Route 340. If you wish to be part of the convoy, all makes and models are welcome, you must register at and be at Cooter’s in Luray at 8am. Cooter’s is located at 4768 US Hwy 211 West.  If you loved the Dukes of Hazzard, you will love The Hazzard Run.
October 14–Waynesboro.
Fall Foliage 5K/10K race starting at Constitution Park and you must be at least 6 years old on or before race day to participate in the 5K & 10K Race/Walk.Take in the beauty of fall, with the smell of crisp, fall leaves under your feet. The race includes a race day t-shirt, fully stocked aid stations and a post-race party with food and drink. To register visit or 540-942-6735.
October 14-15–Waynesboro.
The Annual “Fall Foliage Art Show” will be held in the downtown area, rain or shine. This festival features 150+ fine artists displaying pottery, glass, wood, jewelry and so much more. Also regional music, great food, craft beer and lots more. 540-942-7662 or
October 15–Winchester.
Apple Festival at Richard's Fruit Market, 6410 Middle Road, from 11am-4pm. Free Admission. Join us on Sunday, for our apple festival. We'll have live music, farm food (our own burgers, farm-to-crust pizza, hotdogs, and more), a tasting table, wine & craft beer, and of course, lots of  apples. This is a family-friendly event, so bring the kids and spend the day in the country with us. Have fun in our petting zoo or run around until they're exhausted. We'll have outdoor games like badminton and cornhole too. The event is rain or shine, but no worries, there's plenty of undercover space if a sprinkle happens along. Online at or 540-869-1455.
October 15–Luray.
The 5th Annual Luray Half Marathon and 5K Run starts and ends at Hawksbill Brewing Co., 22 Zerkel Street. The course, designed by local runners for runners, promises to deliver a landscape in favor of both the beginner and experienced runner. There will be an after-party immediately following at the race finish. or 301-991-0461.
October 15–Stephens City.
Sherando High School Band's 16th Annual Safe Halloween Event.  Sunday, Noon-4pm at Sherando High School (185 S Warrior Drive Stephens City). Come and enjoy some Halloween fun with the band: a moon bounce (sponsored by Shenandoah Smiles Pediatric Dentistry), craft area, cupcake walk, games, our haunted hallway, concessions and candy.
October 18–Staunton.
"Bad Movie night" at Redbeard Brewing, 120 S. Lewis Street, starting at 7pm. The movie will be a surprise and chosen by our very own Spencer Ware. Come prepared to drink beer, watch a horrible movie, make fun of said movie, and have a good time. Think Mystery Science Theater style. or 540-430-3532.
October 20-22–Staunton.
Annual Shenandoah Fall Foliage Bike Festival starts at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. We will have great rest stops. Also our After-ride events: The “Big Meal” and a “Dance” with the “Everyday People". Perfectly suited for a wide range of cyclists, from motivated century riders to families with young children and all levels in between. Register early to reserve your spot. For ride schedule
October 20-22, 27-29–Clear Brook.
The “Ravenwood Faire” will be held at the Frederick County Fairgrounds starting 5pm. Experience the life and times of civilization in the late medieval and high renaissance period of history. You can sit, feast, drink, listen to music and party like a monarch while supporting the Ravenwood Foundation. Watch the king’s knights fight, take the Kings Grail Quest or return to complete a new challenge. Also featuring artisans, craftsman, food/drink and more. or 540-999-1178.
October 21–Lexington.
The Annual Fall Festival at Timber Ridge Old Stone Presbyterian Church, 73 Sam Houston Way, will be held from 9am-2pm. Featuring apple butter, brunswick stew, baked goods, food, drinks, a variety of vendors and white elephant sales. All proceeds support our local food banks. For information, contact Rev. Patrick Lanaghan at 540-460-2246.
October 21–Staunton.
Join the Frontier Culture Museum, 1290 Richmond Avenue, for our annual Archaeology Day Celebration. For information call 540-332-7850.
October 21–Harrisonburg.
Come celebrate the history and heritage of Brethren and Mennonites in the Shenandoah Valley. This event will include horse-drawn wagon rides music, a singing school reenactment and hymn singing, heritage skill demonstrations, old-fashioned sorghum molasses making, corn meal grinding, cider press, log cutting, blacksmithing, spinning and knitting, basket weaving, fun, hands-on children’s activities, old-fashioned toys, carpentry with hand tools, tin punch, butter churning, laundry scrubbing in the wash house, Civil War storytelling, a petting zoo. Food will be available for purchase (homemade soups and pies), as well as complimentary kettle-cooked popcorn. Admission is $10.00 per adult, $5.00 per student and children 5 and under are free. All proceeds will support the Brethren and Mennonite Heritage Center. Call 540-438-1275 or visit online at
October 21–New Market.
Join the Virginia Museum of the Civil War, 8895 George Collins Parkway, for their lantern tour program, “Spirits of New Market" from 6-8pm. Explore the battlefield after hours and step back in as we celebrate the indomitable spirit of those whose lives were impacted by the Battle of New Market. You'll follow your guide on a lantern-lit tour of the Battlefield encountering living historians portraying the soldiers, townsfolk, and the Bushong family. While interacting with the characters, you'll be able to lend aid to the wounded, ask questions and experience the Battlefield in a whole new way. Admission fee and children 5 and under are free, Each walking tour lasts approximately 45 minutes and covers approximately 1/2 mile over grass and gravel. or 866-515-1864.
October 21–Roanoke.
Project Support will be hosting their 6th Annual “Barktoberfest” fundraiser, that will be held at Elmwood Park, 706 Jefferson Street, from 11am-4pm. Our event benefits individuals in our community who suffer from mental illness. At our charitable event we will have outdoor vendors, music, food trucks, dog/owner costume contests, pet owners look alike contest, demonstrations, kids zone, numerous chances to adopt your next best friend and more. Well-behaved dogs on leashes are welcome. Admissiom $10.00 and kids under 10 are free. 540-342-2614 or
October 21–Harrisonburg.
21st Annual “Race to Beat Breast Cancer” 5K Run/Walk will start at the Community Activities Center in Westover Park, 305 South Dogwood Drive, from 9:30-11am. All proceeds will once again benefit the worthy cause of RMH Foundation for Breast Care and Treatment at the Sentara RMH Medical Center. 540-433-2474 or
October 21-22–Elkton.
37th Annual “Elkton Autumn Days” will be held at the town hall, 173 West Spotswood Avenue, starting at 10am both days, rain or shine. The festival will feature over 100 arts/crafts vendors, over a dozen food vendors, kids activities, free music and much more. Free admission, but no pet are allowed. Call 540-226-5346  or visit
October 26–Broadway.
Hometown "Halloweenfest" at the Town Hall Park and North Main Street. Call 540-896-5152 or visit
October 28–Woodstock.
Join in the Annual Halloween event on Court Square from 11am-1:30pm. Call 540-459-3621 or
October 28–Ferrum.
The 50th "Blue Ridge Folklife" Festival is family friendly and will be held at the Blue Ridge Institute and Museum, 20 Museum Drive, from 10am-5pm. We will have musicians, moonshiners, craftspeople, cooks, motorheads, mule jumpers, horse pullers, coon dog racers, antique tractor buffs and old-time gamers for a celebration of the rich heritage and traditions of the region. Held rain or shine. 540-365-4412 or
October 28--New Market.
Join Endless Caverns, 1800 Endless Caverns Road, for an afternoon of trick-or-treating, a costume contest and a site-decorating contest where the winner will receive a free weekend stay for 2024. or 540-896-2283.
October 28–Fort Defiance.
Annual "Fall Festival" at the Museum of the Augusta Military Academy, 1640 Lee Highway. 540-248-3007 or
October 28–Harrisonburg.
Laugh for the Arts: A Stand-Up Comedy Competition at Court Square Theater (CST), showcases the talents of a dozen comedians vying for $2,000 in cash and prizes. The  event is a FUNdraiser for CST, hosted by X2 Comedy. Tickets, $40 in advance ($50 at the door), are now available online at, where online voting for contestants is also open.
October 29–Stanley.
"Halloween Block Party" downtown, 6pm until 8pm. For more information call 540-778-3454.
October 31–Shenandoah.
Town of Shenandoah will be hosting a Halloween Costume Parade at Shenandoah River Park 315 Morrison Road at 4pm. At 4:15 p.m. Massanutten Regional Library will have a story time. The costume parade begins at 4:30pm.  Bring your bikes, wagons, and strollers for the parade or you can walk. There will be free food, drinks, and candy while supplies last.  Milnes Chapter No. 3 Order of the Eastern Star is this year’s co-sponsor and will provide the food.  There will also be a Fall scene for pictures. Trick-or-treating will be observed throughout the Town with a curfew of 10pm.For more information call Event Coordinator Lora Jenkins 540-652-8773.