Purcellville Business Association

Purcellville Business Association Purcellville Business Association (PBA) is an organization of businesses and individuals working together to advance and promote the economic, industrial, professional, cultural, and civic welfare of the Town of Purcellville, Virginia.
The Purcellville Business Association is an organization of businesses and individuals who come together to advance and promote the economic, industrial, professional, cultural, and civic welfare of Purcellville and Western Loudoun County. Together we . . . • Grow our businesses • Voice our opinions • Plan for our future And together we extend a warm welcome and an open invitation to join us. We are bankers and engineers, doctors and accountants, contractors and architects, executive coaches and real estate agents. We manage vineyards and restaurants, hardware stores and consignment shops, photography studios and printing companies. We run farm equipment and energy supply firms, insurance agencies and financial planning concerns, Internet marketing businesses and many more. We work together to help each of our businesses and our community thrive. We meet monthly over lunch with programs that may include: • Discussions of current and upcoming events • Introductions to new businesses • Presentations from subject matter experts • News about issues related to the town and surrounding area • Mini seminars on best practices in business We gather for informal mixers that are great for networking. We offer our members promotional opportunities through our website. And we support and participate in community initiatives with the local schools, the Town and other civic and professional organizations. Specialties Business Leadership, Networking, Business Promotion, Business Education Programs
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Don't forget to register for our Zoom Luncheon tomorrow, July 14th! Click the link below to Register Now!bit.ly/38YvTCb
07/13/2020

Don't forget to register for our Zoom Luncheon tomorrow, July 14th! Click the link below to Register Now!

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Registration is now open for our Zoom Luncheon on July 14th! Click the link below to Register Now!https://bit.ly/2W5v71b
07/10/2020

Registration is now open for our Zoom Luncheon on July 14th! Click the link below to Register Now!

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Join us on July 14th at 12PM for a special Luncheon on Zoom! This month topics are the CARES Act and how PPP Loans are g...
07/08/2020

Join us on July 14th at 12PM for a special Luncheon on Zoom! This month topics are the CARES Act and how PPP Loans are going to affect taxes. We also have a lot of new members, and we are going to give everyone time to introduce themselves! Stay tuned for the registration page.

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07/04/2020

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We are very happy to announce that we will be holding our July Luncheon over Zoom!  Join us on July 14th from 12PM to 1P...
06/29/2020

We are very happy to announce that we will be holding our July Luncheon over Zoom! Join us on July 14th from 12PM to 1PM. Stay tuned for more details about speakers and topics.

06/26/2020
www.governor.virginia.gov

Virginia will enter Phase 3 of reopening on Wednesday, July 1st. This will allow many local businesses to resume normal operations with proper social distancing measures in place. Read the full list of phase 3 guidelines in the PDF linked below.

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We want to extend a heartfelt congratulations to the class of 2020!  Your hard work has paid off, and we can't wait to s...
06/25/2020

We want to extend a heartfelt congratulations to the class of 2020! Your hard work has paid off, and we can't wait to see what your future holds!

06/24/2020

We wanted to fill everyone in on some very important updates from The Town of Purcellville.

To help lessen the financial strain on the community, The Town has deferred penalties for real estate tax, personal property tax and utility rate charges through August 5, 2020.

The Town is conducting a community survey to choose a design concept for the 32nd and Main St Intersection Improvement Project. Here is a link to the press release where you can view the designs and complete the survey.-> https://www.purcellvilleva.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=2124

The Independence Day Parade is officially happening! The Parade will take place on Saturday, July 4th from 12PM to 1PM and will follow the traditional route starting at Loudoun Valley and ending at Emerick Elementary School on Nursery Avenue.

To stay up to date on everything regarding The Town of Purcellville, visit the website www.purcellvilleva.gov/

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06/21/2020

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06/09/2020

Congratulations to Mayor Kwasi Fraser and newly elected council members Christopher Bertaut, Stanley Milan and Mary Jane Williams. The PBA looks forward to working with the Mayor and council members for the benefit of the community.

TODAY! GO VOTE! GO VOTE! GO VOTE! Town Elections are Thursday, June 4 at the Bush Tabernacle from 6:00 AM-7:00 PM. The J...
06/04/2020

TODAY!
GO VOTE! GO VOTE! GO VOTE!
Town Elections are Thursday, June 4 at the Bush Tabernacle from 6:00 AM-7:00 PM. The June 4, 2020 Town elections will be held at the Bush Tabernacle, 250 S. Nursery Avenue.

Town Elections are Thursday, June 4 at the Bush Tabernacle from 6:00 AM-7:00 PMPer the Virginia Governor’s executive ord...
06/03/2020

Town Elections are Thursday, June 4 at the Bush Tabernacle from 6:00 AM-7:00 PM
Per the Virginia Governor’s executive order, the Town of Purcellville elections originally scheduled for May 5, 2020 were moved by two weeks and rescheduled to occur on May 19, 2020. The Town of Purcellville petitioned the Supreme Court of Virginia to move the election an additional 16 days to June 4, 2020, and the request was granted. Please note this will be a Thursday election. The June 4, 2020 Town elections will be held at the Bush Tabernacle, 250 S. Nursery Avenue.

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05/25/2020

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PBA Members Please take time to read and complete the survey below.  And share with any Purcellville Business that may m...
05/22/2020
Loudoun County accepts $36M from CARES Act; board reallocates $156,000 back to Loudoun Museum

PBA Members
Please take time to read and complete the survey below. And share with any Purcellville Business that may miss this post!

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The town of Purcellville is receiving about $900,000 in money for Covid relief . This survey may help determine how this money will be used.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/737B8YP?fbclid=IwAR1oGwX8kfG2yYekRJSzii88_4Q2KOvYhEcqH04KEeD6u9Q1M5rUryJVbvQ

Here is a Loudoun Times Mirror article explaining the money and how it was distributed - based on population.
.https://www.loudountimes.com/news/loudoun-county-accepts-36m-from-cares-act-board-reallocates-156-000-back-to-loudoun-museum/article_5eab29c8-9aaf-11ea-95ea-b76ff671790d.html

The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors voted to accept approximately $36 million from the federal CARES Act's coronavirus relief funds.

The new PBA Business Directory has launched!  Thank you to everyone who responded and submitted their business!  If you ...
05/18/2020

The new PBA Business Directory has launched! Thank you to everyone who responded and submitted their business! If you still wanted to join, we are accepting submissions on an on-going basis. Click the link below to fill out our application form.

http://ow.ly/h2Nw50zJlym

Reminder! We are rebuilding our directory, and our submission deadline is tomorrow, May 15th!If you are already a member...
05/14/2020
Online Membership Application | Purcellville Business Association

Reminder! We are rebuilding our directory, and our submission deadline is tomorrow, May 15th!

If you are already a member of PBA or would like to join, follow the link below and fill out our membership form to be added to our business directory. To better serve the business community during this difficult time, we are waiving all membership dues until September. Please share this post with anyone that may be interested in joining the PBA. Purcellville Strong!

http://purcellvillebusiness.org/membership/online-membership-application/

  Purcellville Business Association Membership Application Benefits of Membership • Monthly meetings featuring speakers on topics of interest to Western Loudoun businesses • Networking with other Western Loudoun business professionals • Listing your business information on the PBA website wit...

We are rebuilding our directory! If you are already a member of PBA or would like to join, follow the link below and fil...
05/13/2020

We are rebuilding our directory! If you are already a member of PBA or would like to join, follow the link below and fill out our membership form to be added to our business directory. To better serve the business community during this difficult time, we are waiving all membership dues until September. Please share this post with anyone that may be interested in joining the PBA. Purcellville Strong!

http://purcellvillebusiness.org/membership/online-membership-application/

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05/10/2020

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NEWS RELEASE                                          Contact:  David A. Mekarski, AICP, Town ManagerFOR IMMEDIATE RELEA...
05/07/2020
Purcellville, VA - Official Website | Official Website

NEWS RELEASE Contact: David A. Mekarski, AICP, Town Manager
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [email protected], 540-338-7421


REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX BILL DUE DATES EXTENDED TO JUNE 22, 2020
HARDSHIP PAYMENT PLANS TO BE CONSIDERED


PURCELLVILLE, Va. May 5, 2020 — In recognition of the difficult financial impact of the COVID-19 emergency, the Town of Purcellville has extended the real and personal property tax due date from June 5 to June 22, 2020.

According to the Town Manager, David Mekarski, “Fiscal year end and state code limited our ability to extend the due date beyond this date, however, the Town is committed to working with taxpayers impacted by this unprecedented emergency. I asked my Finance team to cease any collections during the Town’s declared State of Emergency for COVID-19 and to be ready to set up payment plans for taxpayers impacted by this crisis.”

In order to establish a payment plan, taxpayers are encouraged to contact the Finance Department before the June 22, 2020 due date:
Finance Department – 540-338-7093
[email protected]

Residents and Businesses will receive 2020 tax bills in the mail over the next few weeks. The Town offers a number of easy options for paying bills:
Payments can be dropped in the secure 24 hour drop box at Town Hall on the south side of the building (adjacent to J Street)
By Mail: 221 S. Nursery Ave., Purcellville, VA 20132
Postmarks by June 22nd are accepted as paid on time.
Additional online payment options can be found at: http://www.purcellvilleva.gov/payments.

The Town of Purcellville, Virginia
“Purcellville-your small Town, where history and progress intersect and people prosper,” is an award-winning town of over 10,000 residents located in Loudoun County, approximately 50 miles west of Washington, DC. Having received the prestigious Siemens Sustainability Award for Small Communities, Purcellville continues to be honored for its green initiatives with most recently being the Tree City USA recipient for the 12th year. The Town was reaffirmed as a AAA rated community by S&P Global Ratings, the highest credit rating possible, and is ranked “Safest City” in Virginia in 2020. Once a stop along the W&OD rail line, which has been converted to a multi-use trail from Alexandria, VA to Purcellville, the Town has maintained its historic old-town feel through the restoration and maintenance of its many downtown structures, reflecting the Victorian architecture popular during the early 1900s. Today, Purcellville is the economic hub of western Loudoun County and a popular weekend destination for antiquing, equestrian activities, farmer’s markets, wineries, breweries, distilleries and restaurants. More info at www.purcellvilleva.gov.
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05/06/2020

Virginia Supreme Court Grants Town's Petition to Delay the Election to June 4

After Virginia Governor Northam delayed by Executive Order the May 5 Town of Purcellville election to May 19 (the limit he could extend it ), the Town Council petitioned the Supreme Court of Virginia to delay another 16 days to June 4. The Supreme Court granted the extension.

Town Council member Joel Grewe said, "The balance was between safety, public political involvement, and extending people’s terms in office beyond their election term. This was our best attempt to balance those within the confines of state law."

In-person voting is allowed but to respect the guidelines for social. distancing during Covid 19, voters are encouraged to vote by absentee ballot. May 28 is the deadline.

https://purcellvilleva.gov/AlertCenter.aspx?AID=NEWElection-Date-ChangeAbsentee-Vote-for-8

LOCAL BUSINESS ALERT. RT 9 in Hillsboro SHUT DOWN begins TODAY! Plan accordingly. https://rethink9.com/
05/04/2020
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LOCAL BUSINESS ALERT.
RT 9 in Hillsboro SHUT DOWN begins TODAY! Plan accordingly.

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Route 9 within Hillsboro is Now Closed. Follow Posted Detours. Motorists must follow the regional or Hillsboro local detours VIEW DETOURSROAD CLOSURE NOTICE Full Closure of Route 9 within the Town of Hillsboro The Town of Hillsboro and VDOT have agreed to an acceleration of planned full closures of....

ANNOUNCING THE PURCELLVILLE SMALL BUSINESS VOUCHER PROGRAM! https://purcellvilleva.gov/950/Voucher-Program?fbclid=IwAR1p...
05/04/2020
Voucher Program | Purcellville, VA - Official Website

ANNOUNCING THE PURCELLVILLE SMALL BUSINESS VOUCHER PROGRAM!

https://purcellvilleva.gov/950/Voucher-Program?fbclid=IwAR1pO4MGCryhWAh5TVo5IZE-GfNapLyuoXlg-EJbI9qtMghbBD4ZkByeJGc

To support Purcellville’s business community and citizens during the COVID-19 crisis, the Purcellville Town Council established a fund for a voucher program. This program is intended to benefit citizens and stimulate Purcellville businesses impacted by the economic pressures associated with this u...

SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESS ONE T-SHIRT AT A TIME! PBA shares a note from Vicky Frye.To be honest I can’t sit still as I w...
05/01/2020
Click here to support Vicki Frye for Support Local Purcellville Small Businesses

SUPPORTING LOCAL BUSINESS
ONE T-SHIRT AT A TIME!

PBA shares a note from Vicky Frye.

To be honest I can’t sit still as I watch my business slowly and painfully suffer. I thought so many of us are going thru this together. Why not start a campaign to support local? Together we can make a difference. Many asked me how much it would cost them to put their logo on the back? The answer is nothing. The cost is to PLEASE share the link to the shirt order on your Facebook, Instagram or whatever other social media platforms the you have. Please also share on your personal page. We can make a difference. Who can sell the most shirts??? Proceeds will be divided 100% evenly between us all. Please let me know should you have any questions. Thank you for taking part in some small town love!

Here is the order form link to share on your business and personal pages - https://www.customink.com/fundraising/support-our-small-town-purcellville

HELP OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY - WE CAN BEAT COVID-19

On behalf of the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development, I'd like to pass along our best wishes to the Purcel...
05/01/2020
COVID19 - Loudoun County Economic Development, VA

On behalf of the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development, I'd like to pass along our best wishes to the Purcellville Business Association. We are here to help you!

We have assisted over 1,500 companies in Loudoun to date! We'd love the opportunity to assist your organizations.

Our team has launched a COVID19 Resource Page for the Loudoun business community. Please take the time to review the information below.

The Loudoun County Economic Development Authority is one component of Loudoun County's efforts to promote business growth in Loudoun.

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04/29/2020
Obituary of Darryl C. Smith, Sr. | Adams Green Funeral Home

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A live webcast by Mattox Photography will begin at approximately 11:00am on Friday, May 1, 2020. The link will appear here when available. CELEBRATION OF LIFE: CHIEF DARRYL CONRAD SMITH, SR (Ret.) Darryl Conrad Smith, Sr was born on March 23, 1950 in Loudoun County, Virginia. He was the son of Josep...

Please note that due to the ongoing pandemic, Governor Northam has moved the date of the upcoming election to May 19th. ...
04/28/2020

Please note that due to the ongoing pandemic, Governor Northam has moved the date of the upcoming election to May 19th. Read the letter below for more information.

Urgent bulletin for local businesses! The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approved $1.15 million in funding to the n...
04/23/2020

Urgent bulletin for local businesses! The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approved $1.15 million in funding to the new Loudoun Business Interruption Fund. This fund will provide grant funding for local businesses who qualify. Visit link below for more information.

https://biz.loudoun.gov/loudoun-business-fund/

To support Purcellville’s business community and citizens during the COVID-19 crisis, the Town Council has established a...
04/22/2020
SEEKING PURCELLVILLE BUSINESS PARTNERS TO PARTICIPATE IN VOUCHER PROGRAM | Purcellville Business Association

To support Purcellville’s business community and citizens during the COVID-19 crisis, the Town Council has established a voucher program intended to stimulate the economy. Follow the link below to learn more about the program and how to participate.

http://purcellvillebusiness.org/news/seeking-purcellville-business-partners-to-participate-in-voucher-program/

SEEKING PURCELLVILLE BUSINESS PARTNERS TO PARTICIPATE IN VOUCHER PROGRAM April 21, 2020 Categories:   News To support Purcellville’s business community and citizens during the COVID-19 crisis, the Purcellville Town Council established a fund for a voucher program. This program is intended to bene...

The Town of Purcellville is compiling a list of local businesses who are remaining open and offering alternative ways of...
04/21/2020
Support Local Businesses During COVID-19 | Purcellville, VA - Official Website

The Town of Purcellville is compiling a list of local businesses who are remaining open and offering alternative ways of purchasing goods and services that respect social distancing guidelines. Visit the link below to view that list and access an application to be included.

https://purcellvilleva.gov/946/Support-Local-Businesses

Many area businesses are providing alternative ways to purchase goods and services, including no-contact delivery, curbside delivery, and take-out options. Below is a directory of businesses that are open and offer alternative ways for customers to purchase goods and services that honor the social d...

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office has created this wonderful program to help vulnerable members of our community.  Please ...
04/16/2020

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office has created this wonderful program to help vulnerable members of our community. Please share this with anyone who may need to use it.

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Governor Ralph Northam extended the expiration deadline of Executive Order 53 to May 8th, 2020, closing all non-essentia...
04/16/2020
Gov. Northam Extends Exec Order 53 | Purcellville Business Association

Governor Ralph Northam extended the expiration deadline of Executive Order 53 to May 8th, 2020, closing all non-essential services and businesses who cannot adhere to social distancing guidelines. Read more in the link below.

https://www.purcellvilleva.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=2047

Gov. Northam Extends Exec Order 53 April 16, 2020 Categories:   News Tags:  Coronovirus, Executive Order, Northam On April 15th, 2020, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam extended the expiration deadline of Executive Order 53, closing all non-essential services and businesses who cannot feasibly adher...

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Please register for Visit Loudoun's next webinar, "Virtual Loudoun: How to create content that engages and inspires" when we will be joined by Miles, Visit Loudoun's agency as well as Virginia Tourism and Loudoun's own Walsh Family Wine as they share best practices to keep your customers and visitors engaged. Wednesday, April 15 at 10:00
https://www.facebook.com/groups/205067760589791/permalink/210641773365723/ Spotlight on Walsh's VIP which has made changes to comply with Governor Northam's mandate for businesses. #supportlocalbusinesses
Purcellville's Economic Development Advisory Committe is planning to launch a Second Saturday this spring. We are now entering the final stages of the planning process and we encourage our business community to get involved! To participate in this event, please join the below facebook group. PLEASE NOTE: Lack of participation from businesses will result in cancelling the Second Saturday initiative so we urge you to please set aside time to be involved. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1649273611873577/
Just in Case... Sponsorships, Advertising & Vendor opportunities are available for the 2020 Loudoun County Fair. If you would like to have your business represented in front of the 20,000 plus annual fairgoers send me a message and I can forward information for you to consider or we can meet up and talk. Yes, I am on the sponsorship & marketing committees as well as provide Loudoun County Fair TV for the 12th year
Hey PBA, want to win coolest boss? On Wed treat your staff to lunch at/from the Purcellville Pub. Sales all day benefit Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy. Wed 1/15
REMINDER!!! The luncheon is NEXT Tuesday NOT Today!!! 😀
Hey Guys - What are the details for the December meeting? I recall it not being on the 2nd Tuesday, but don't recall what the substitute is going to be. Appreciate it! Tim Doozan
Can't wait to host the PBA's mixer this Thursday, Oct. 25, 5:30pm-7:00pm. F&B provided by Chick-fil-A Chick-fil-A Purcellville and other local vendors. #BCTCommunity
To the PBA, thanks for seeking an update on the Warner Brook Annexation application at your Oct. 9th meeting. That evening, the mayor put Warner Brook onto the Town Council agenda for a yes/no vote on October 23rd, next week, at 7pm. The Town Council would like to hear from you by email. Whether you live inside the Town of Purcellville, or outside of town in the broader Purcellville community, the Warner Brook annexation application will be important to you. Perhaps you believe that smart, slow, measured, and controlled growth should be considered for strengthening Purcellville. Perhaps you are concerned that the no-growth alternative places unsustainable fiscal impacts on Purcellville tax payers and Purcellville utility rate payers. If so, please consider writing an email to Purcellville Town Council members expressing your thoughts regarding the Purcellville Warner Brook Annexation Application. Take a minute to write, this week. [email protected]. Ask your like-minded friends to write as well. The Council will vote on the annexation item next Tuesday, on Oct. 23rd, at the 7pm Town Council meeting. Please consider being there to express your opinions by speaking at the meeting. Bottom line There’s enough potential good from this annexation opportunity to vote yes now, and you can reserve a no for later up until the annexation is recorded in the deed books. Vote no now and Purcellville loses a strategic opportunity forever, yielding development control to the County. Appropriate uses and locations for these uses The mix of uses fit with Purcellville’s character. Convenient facilities for family recreation and youth sports would be welcome. Economic development from sports and event visitors are desirable. More small business opportunities through the mixed commercial and light industrial uses are good for Purcellville. The Town Staff Report on Warner Brook makes these observations about favorable uses. Warner Brook mixed uses also align with the Purcellville comprehensive plan for the area around Hirst Road, Rt. 7 Bypass, and Purcellville Road, where current designated uses are light industrial, mixed commercial, residential, and open spaces. Fiscal impacts to the Town The Town of Purcellville faces fiscal challenges that Warner Brook can help address. With more than $10,000,000 of one-time fees plus $962,000 annual net revenues after allowing $485,000 annually to cover expenses, the Town can mitigate increasing tax rates, or raising utility rates by 57% over the next five years. Exercising control to shape benefits for citizens Through annexation, the Town can manage control over the shape and details of Warner Brook, all the way through rezoning to final approval of a site plan. This control is exercised over time for a smart-growth and slow-growth project. Annexation, rezoning, and site plan approval can take up to three years, where the Town manages control at all times. Yes now still allows for no later Voting yes now still allows for a no vote at later times if data warrant a future denial. Voting no now means having no control over the property forever. Loudoun County would welcome by-right and special exception JLMA-3 uses to expand the County commercial tax base. Collaborate with the family The Warner Family are long time Purcellville residents who want to work with the Town to shape an outcome with greatest benefit to the town. They aren’t developers. When a master developer ultimately becomes involved with the family, the same guiding principles and controls will prevail. Impact challenges Water resources and traffic implications are major challenges that will be addressed. If solutions and mitigation are satisfactory, then the process proceeds. If no satisfactory solutions are agreed to, the process gets denied at that point. The Town maintains control over the course of these impact studies, and the Town approves or disapproves of all mitigation options. Vote yes for Warner Brook Annexation There is much to potentially gain through this annexation application, and there is much to potentially lose by denying this application now. Due process will add further definition to all possibilities, while the Town maintains control over the process and the outcomes. Thank you for your consideration. Call me with any questions, please Jim Herbert 571-278-5658
Attention business owners, HeroHomes is in need of additional auction items for their HeroHomes Hootenanny 2018 on Tuesday. HeroHomes is a non-profit that builds homes for vets and their families. If you have items or services you'd be willing to donate, please fill out the form linked below and I will arrange pickup. Thank you in advance for your support of this event and cause! http://bit.ly/HHauctiondonation
When a workshop is followed by a wine tasting- who can resist? Join me for education followed by fun tomorrow at Notatvia.