Thursday, November 8 Floyd Moves It! Thursday, Jessie Peterman Memorial Library, 321 W. Main St., Floyd, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM Scrabble Club, Jessie Peterman Memorial Library, 321 W. Main St., Floyd, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM Banjo Workshop with Adam Hurt, The Floyd Country Store, 206 South Locust Street, Floyd, 5:30 PM – 8:00
Since Wednesday is Halloween, consider this weekend starting then and continuing through Sunday evening. Sheriff’s Department deputies will route traffic off Oxford Street at Gardner Funeral Home from 5 to 8:30 pm to help kids and families celebrating the annual night of costumes and trick or treat goodies. Free lunch at the Plenty Farm at
Halfway through October already? Yep and there’s a busy weekend coming up for those who love music, history, spooky tours, arts and crafts. So much to do and so little time to do it all. Check out the selected events, courtesy of the Floyd Tourism Office and check out details and other events on their
Floyd County High School honors its seniors at volleyball Thursday night at the new gym before the varsity match against Radford. Football against Glenbar Friday night includes homecoming, postponed last month because of storms that left a soggy field. Festivities begin at halftime. Sports are not the only events for a busy weekend in and
Fans of old time traditional and bluegrass music gather each Sunday afternoon for a long and enjoyable jam session of musicians and impromptu dancers at The Floyd Country Store. The store’s internationally-known Friday Night Jamboree in the 1960s and 70s at what was then Cockram’s General Store began with jam sessions around a wood burning
With one week to go before Labor Day weekend, a varied collection of activities appear in and around Floyd. Forecasts from the National Weather Service office in Blacksburg predict sunny weather with temperatures in the 80s for Thursday and Friday, partly cloudy Saturday and Sunday with little chance of rain with lows in the 60s.
Music, art, markets and more highlight the upcoming weekend in and around Floyd County this weekend. We’re midway through August, the last full-month of summer and a wet month continues with 60 percent chance of rain Friday, Saturday and Sunday after a rare two-day stretch of dry weather in midweek. But a dry and pleasant
In this weekend where many musicians gather in Galax for the annual Fiddler’s Convention, a host of activities remain available in and around Floyd. On Thursday and Friday, keep an eye out for kids and school buses. School starts Thursday. Check out the schedule below, courtesy of the folks at the Floyd Tourism office. For