From the President
Spring has arrived in here in downtown historic Berryville! Berryville Main Street is pleased to welcome several new businesses who have opened their doors over this past winter and early spring. We continue to strive to serve the needs of our current partners and entrepreneurs who now call Berryville home. The Economic Vitality committee desires to focus on strengthening our convenience-driven economy, our visitor-driven economy, and our elder-driven economy through supporting our current business mix while attracting new complimentary businesses. The Promotions committee has launched a new website and is developing a new social media marketing strategy. The Design committee continues to work on beautifying our downtown landscape for our residents and visitors. We are grateful to the Town of Berryville for their support of our efforts towards economic development in the historic core of our beloved town. Thank you so much for your support of our downtown businesses through your purchases and encouragement. We look forward to serving you in this upcoming year!
Berryville Main Street Board of Directors
Design Committee Update
Berryville Main Street Summer Events
Music in the Park- Opening Night!!
June 16th, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Many thanks once again to Bill Johnston for bringing great musicians to the gazebo stage in Rose Hill Park. This year is lining up to be another wonderful year showcasing excellent local musicians in a variety of genres.
Bring the family, a picnic and chairs every Friday evening in Rose hill Park from 6:30-8:00 pm
The June Lineup:
June 16 Mick th’ Stick-Jazz
June 23 Clarke County Community Band
June 30 M.T. Pockets and Loose Change Pickers
Berryville Main Street Stakeholders Party
June 16th, 5:30PM at Rose Hill Park
In thanks for your continued support of our beautiful historic downtown, we invite our Business and Friend members to join us on opening night of Music in the Park for refreshments, awards and fun. Be sure to bring a chair and enjoy the great jazz sound of Mick th’Stick following the party.
**Berryville Main Street Members, don't forget to vote for your favorite business in each category for the Berryville Main Street Stakeholders Party June 16th**
Please vote!! Nominations can be brought to The Fire House Gallery at 23 East Main Street or emailed to email@example.com
Award Nomination Categories:
- Best Customer Service
- Best Window Displays
- Business that you frequent the most
- Best interior display or décor
- Best Use of Social Media
Berryville Main Street's Summer End Cruise In
The Fire House Gallery
Welcome New Members
Anytime Fitness Berryville- Now Under New Ownership
We are excited to announce that on February 20th, 2017 Anytime Fitness in Berryville was officially taken over by new ownership and we are excited to share with you all of the exciting changes we will be making. Jerry Delauder (owner) and his management team are looking forward to making sure you have the best experience possible during your time here at Anytime Fitness.
One of the many changes we have made is that we now have official staffed hours. We want to make sure our staff is available to help answer any questions you may have. Our goal is to build a relational and positive community right here in our gym and to be a place where everyone is focused on similar goals of getting and staying healthy.
Our manager, Claressa, is excited join the Anytime Fitness staff especially in the area she grew up in. Her love for fitness started in high school when she seriously decided to play softball at the collegiate level. When her career ended due to an injury, she really began focusing on how she would be able to help other from being victims of the same situation. She is passionate about helping others feel good and confident about themselves. Noah, our lead trainer here in Berryville believes that fitness is more than just working out, it is a lifestyle. His fitness journey began his sophomore year of high school when he realized that he wasn’t taking care of his body the way that he should. The day he decided to change his lifestyle was the day his life changed.
A major change that has drastically changed the face of our facility is the cleanliness. We want to make sure you feel a sense of cleanliness and upkeep that makes you want to come back and reach your fitness goals. We have just recently upgraded all of our cardio equipment and have plans for other upgrades as well to make sure you have the best equipment possible. Our personal trainers are also excited to begin meeting our members and discussing ways which they can help you set, reach, and maintain your desired goals. They are available for personal and small group training sessions and they strive to work around your schedule.
– Know Your Source – Angus Beef
All Natural Purebred Black Angus, Grass raised and grain finished. No additives, no steroids, no antibiotics, no hormones, lean, nutritious, with great flavor. A local, historic 3,000 acre farm in Berryville.
You can buy our USDA approved beef:
Wednesdays at the Audley Farm farmstand from 4-7pm throughout the year.
Saturdays at the Clarke County/Berryville Farmers’ Market from 8 am – noon from May through October. Downtown Berryville.
Saturdays at the Purcellville Farmers’ Market from 9am-1pm from April through October.
Check us out on Facebook for cooking classes and other events. https://www.facebook.com/audleyfarm
Banshee Motorcars, LTD
Located at 415 East Main Street! Why call it Banshee they ask? Owner, Brett Fuller of Big Daddy’s Auto replied, “our Boston Terrier , who is our logo, is named Banshee. Also, the car in the logo is a 1964 Pontiac Banshee (my favorite car) and my favorite Television Series on Cinemax is called Banshee as well. We will be selling used cars, trucks & suv's. Guaranteed Financing Available....... (540) 955-0626
Bre Bogert Photography
Are specializes in landscape and natural moment portraiture, focusing on the scenes and people in and around Clarke County, Virginia. Photography interests are wide-ranging--from the beauty of the farms and fields of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the valley that surrounds us--to the natural and candid portraiture of families and events of the area.
Business Website: https://www.facebook.com/BreBogertPhotography
On Valentine's Day this year the Boyd's Nest celebrated it's 5th year in business. It also marked my 26th year as a chef! As we start our 6th year we have decided to shake things up in the restaurant a bit. I have been training new staff and have been testing the water a bit with our regulars in bringing some of the catering style foods with often, international flare into our lunch offerings. As we move closer to the garden season you will see our menu driven more by what we are harvesting. The daily specials will be the majority of the menu. Expect, as always, to find "made from scratch" honest food, but expect the unexpected.
We have two off site festivals on the catering books so far this year. Mark your calendars for September 30th for the 2nd Annual European Food Festival benefiting the Winchester Cancer research facility. We will be representing England, Ireland and Scotland again! Also, the 2nd Native American Gathering will be at the fair grounds the end of October and we will be there with all the Native American food. Don't forget to order your box lunch for the Blue Ridge Mountain Homes tour on May 20th benefiting Boulder Crest. The lunch will be served at Twin Oaks Winery - a stop on the tour. We again will be pairing your lunch offerings with their wine tasting. Fun! Looking forward to a great 2017. ~ Chef Kim
Clarke County Farmer's Market
The Clarke County Farmers’ Market is gearing up for the 2017 season! Located in the municipal parking lot just south of business 7 on Church Street (adjacent to Rose Hill Park), this market offers local products, entertainment, workshops, events, and encourages community members to be active participants. This year, the Clarke County Farmers’ Market hopes to evoke the essence of these community marketplaces. With 20 vendors specializing in local vegetables, poultry, baked goods, body care products, fresh meats, prepared foods, Bar-B-Que, health care and wellness, jewelry, and other regional arts, why not start your weekly shopping here at home? Make the chore of grocery shopping an opportunity to socialize, to relax, to stroll into next-door Rose Hill Park? No, we won’t have every item on your list, but we will have produce so fresh it’s still alive. We’ll have recipes from local chefs (like Heidi from the Berryville Grille!) to help you plan your meals. We’ll have music (did I mention entertainment yet? Check out our schedule for May!)
20-May Moose Jaw Bluegrass
27-May Rudy B from Plankstompers
3-Jun Taylor Mackintosh
At their core, farmers’ markets are street markets in which trades folk sell their wares in a tradition stretching back for centuries. Before general stores, grocery stores, or supermarkets, street markets provided daily staples and occasional pleasures. Of equal importance, these open-air marketplaces offered an opportunity for communities to form. Neighbors ran into neighbors. Meal preparations and weekly plans were shared and built upon. Communities formed in the marketplace. Join us every Saturday from 8am -12pm starting May 6th for something new. How about a wellness workshop with massage, aromatherapy, yoga, and healing demonstrations just in time for Mother’s Day? (provided by The Sanctuary, Berryville). Get small hands in soil with a plant potting demonstration by Grafton on May 20th!
Oh, and mark your calendars for the 24th of June. Geneva Jackson, alumna of previous markets will be judging a bake-off!
Come’ye, come’ye. Shopper and browser, conversationalist and observer, music aficionado and artisan. We welcome you all to the 2017 Clarke County Farmers’ Market! (May – October, 8am – 12 noon look for us online for details regarding schedule, vendor attendance, and product seasonality) .
Geo's Joy Herbal Medicine, LLC
A clinical & teaching practice, organic garden and herbal apothecary of Registered Medical Herbalist Geo Derick Giordano, MSc, RH(AHG). Geo’s Joy provides clinical consultations to address a multitude of health issues, guidance on appropriate dosages of herbs, and current research on drug-herb interactions. We offer both generic and customized herbal formulas for optimal therapeuticsupport. Suggestions and protocols are made after considering your health history, your current medicine and supplement regimen, and are tailored to account for your budget and your convenience. Making your medicines pleasant and good tasting is
our goal. Geo’s own personal joy lies in cultivating life in it’s many forms. Her offices are located in The Sanctuary Wellness Center in Berryville, VA and at Holistic Maryland in Columbia, MD.
House Paws Veterinary Clinic
House Paws, a mixed animal veterinary practice, began in 1994 as the mobile veterinary practice of Dr. Leah Knode to serve clients in their homes (hence the name). Not only would Dr. Knode travel to their home to treat patients, she would make a point of coming in the house (rather than taking a pet to a van) and getting down on the floor with the animal, and treating the animal with the owner present to make the experience as comfortable as possible. Now the practice has expanded to offer mobile services in a wide geographic area, from Alexandria to West Virginia, and is adding a third office in Berryville, Va., opening at the end of March. The three offices provide small animal veterinary services that can’t be offered in homes and at farms, such as surgery, full dental work, and radiographs. While they were originally built to support Dr. Knode’s mobile practice by providing those services, House Paws “hospitals” open their doors to everyone, including those who have not been Dr. Knode’s mobile clients. The offices continue the policy of having handlers and the veterinarian get down on the floor with the pet -- no lift tables are used with dogs, because the animals are almost always uncomfortable on them. And as much as possible, the owner may remain present for treatments, another important element in making a trip to the vet low-stress for the pet. On farms, Dr. Knode continues to see a full array of large and small animals -- horses, donkeys, sheep, goats, chickens, cows, ducks.....But if they fit in a car, you can bring them to the office and we will get down on the floor with them there too!
Hello Berryville! We are P&K Nails, a new family from Duluth Minnesota. We love Berryville and want to call it HOME. We have been in the nail business since 1999 with the goal of keeping our clients happy, which has kept our business strong all of these years. Now, with the same attitude we will try our best to keep all our new Berryville clients happy too. Thank you for the warm welcome and love you have shown us that we have not received anywhere else!
Please call 540-277-2908 for an appointment.
The Sanctuary Wellness Center
A place to reclaim balance in mind, body and/or spirit. Along with other health care providers, we are growing a Wellness Community by offering a variety of holistic therapies for overall wellbeing. Our Integrative Health Practitioners provide clinical consultations, classes and therapies to support our health, balance and vitality.
Located at 208 N. Buckmarsh St. in Berryville, VA our offerings are varied, inclusive and ever changing! We currently provide: acupuncture & Chinese medicine, body & energy work, cranial sacral therapy, Western herbal medicine (for humans and animals), classical homeopathy, various massage therapies, cupping, nutrition counseling & cooking classes, psychological counseling, alexander technique, meditation, qi gong, & a broad variety of yoga therapies for many age groups. www.sanctuaryberryville.com
Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/TheSanctuaryBerryville/
Sengpiehl Insurance Group/Allstate
Berryville is now “In Good Hands”!
Jason P. Sengpiehl, a lifelong area resident, has expanded his Allstate agency with the opening last month of his Main Street Berryville office. Jason grew up in Round Hill and opened his first office in Purcellville which has generated a lot of buzz over the years due to his unconventional approach to insurance. “I want the entire team at Sengpiehl Insurance Group to be viewed as Insurance Advisors rather than Insurance Salespeople”, Jason explained. “After being in the industry for 15 years, I felt that the best way to accomplish that was to fill the office with highly trained, knowledgeable professionals that were paid a salary and not a penny of commission.” He went on to say that while a “commissionless” office is pretty rare in his industry, he thought this was the best way to ensure his clients felt confident that the insurance advice they were receiving from him and his team was truly best for their individual needs and nothing else. “When it comes to protecting what is most valuable to you and your family, don’t you think you deserve more than 15 minutes!” he exclaimed.
Sengpiehl Insurance Group is looking forward to expanding their community-based brand of insurance over the mountain and is seeking out ways to help support the town, schools and various organizations both financially and through volunteer work. Jason and his team can be reached at (540) 955-1100 or stop by 11 East Main Street and say hello!
Shenandoah Beauty School- School of Cosmetology
The curriculum of the Shenandoah Beauty Academy, School of Cosmetology provides a complete course of study in cosmetology. The cosmetology program is a 1500 hour course, which contains performance and training hours required by the Virginia State Board of Cosmetology. The theory curriculum and instruction includes classes on writing resumes, salon management, and public relations, and other various subject related to the cosmetology field.
The wide variety of teaching methods taught at the Shenandoah Beauty Academy, offer the graduating students the opportunity to obtain employment in the type of salon setting for which they are suited. Shenandoah Beauty Academy has been in operation for ten years, owned and operated by Margaret Querolo a former educator within the public school system. The school salon is also open for clients, by appointments only. Please call the school at 540-955-9988
Cabinet and Appliance Center
Celebrating 44 years of service in Berryville!!
They can design your new kitchen or bathroom and offer a selection of cabinets ranging from stock, semi-custom and even full custom to meet your every need. Flexibility of suppliers allows for selection of woods, finishes and options including hardware. Countertops, new or replacement, are available in Corian, Laminates, Granites and Quartz, and the new appliances of your dreams. Since “we service what we sell” Bernie Walker, our service technician has been with us for 30+ years acquiring technical skills and knowledge to solve your problems and is beloved by all. Will Dellinger, owner, provides the expertise in design and implementation of your new kitchen from start to finish and unlike many others is “there after the sale” as well. We are proud to only sell American appliance and cabinetrybrands of Whirlpool, Amana, Maytag, Kitchen Aid and Frigidaire appliances and Wolf Classic, Wolf Designer, Aristokraft , Canyon Creek and Waypoint cabinetry.
We are currently undergoing a new kitchen cabinet display so please excuse our dust, but plan on visiting the showroom in the next 3-4 weeks for a peek at 112 W. Main Street, Berryville, VA or call us at 540-955-3232.
Clarke County Parks and Recreation
Join us again for this summer’sfree Concert series withClarke County Parks and Recreation! Sponsored by True Value we have a great line up this summer. Bring a chair or blanket and a picnic to enjoy an evening of family friendly entertainment.
Souled Out will play 6/28 in Rose Hill Park from 6-9
Robbie Limon will play 6/28 at Chet Hobert Park from 6-9
Clarke County Parks and Recreation Summer Movie Series- FREE!!
The location is on the stage in Chet Hobert Park by the Playground- Dark/8:30
6/30 Secret Life of Pets
7/28 Finding Dory
In inclement weather the event will move inside. 540-955-5140
Founded in 1978 and still owned and operated by the Cochran family in historic Berryville, Virginia, Cochran’s Lumber is America’s premier maker of fine reclaimed and newly milled hardwood flooring. What sets Cochran flooring apart is that it is machine- and hand-finished by genuine artisans and delivered ready to be installed—and at a surprisingly reasonable price. Visit our showroom in the Clarke County Business Park to view our list of products and finishes!
Our crew at Cordial Coffee would like to send out a big thank you to all the local business owners and organization leaders that we've worked with in the past seven months. We've grown from 3 to 7 employees now, and have established great relationships with our community. Berryville was primed for a hometown coffee establishment where friends, family, and colleagues could gather and we are so delighted to be exactly that!
Cotton Hill Home
“Good interior design, like the arts and architecture, is a positive way to promote human well-being.”
What was once a design center based out of the home, Cotton Hill Home has now emerged as a home retail and design store destination in Berryville, Virginia. With a large selection of fabrics, we can help you reupholster an existing piece or select something new from one of our many North Carolina manufacturers. We can help you with carpeting and rugs, lighting, art work or that special accessory to complete your home. Additionally, we have several lovely gift selections, jewelry, candles, purses and casual scarves and clothing.
We look forward to your stopping by and letting us help you in any way we can.
Cotton Hill Home
10 W Main Street
Organic Plum Studio
A one on one skin care and wellness spa offering: Organic facials, body treatments, waxing and tinting services with a personalized touch.
Group appointments are also available for couples or small parties to celebrate a birthday or other special occasion. Services are by appointment only and consultations are also available for Skincare questions and treatment suggestions.
Tips for Healthy & Happy Pets This Spring and SummerWarmer weather allows you more time to be outside with your pets, but take some precautions to ensure your pet stays healthy and happy.
Being outdoors and having windows open for spring breezes can increase the chance your pet may escape. One in three pets goes missing in its lifetime. How can you ensure they will be returned home? Keep ID tags on pets (even indoor pets) always with name and phone number.
Tags can be removed or fall off - a permanent method of ID is a microchip. Your veterinarian can insert a microchip that is registered with your contact details in national databases. Veterinarians or shelters that find a lost pet will use a scanner to read the microchip to identify the pet and owner. Microchips are not GPS or tracking devices and they only transmit information when they are read by a scanner.
Spring also means more pets outside looking to mate and brings an abundance of unwanted puppies and kittens into shelters. Spaying or neutering not only prevents overpopulation but can reduce roaming, aggression and some cancers.
Parasites are year-round problem but increase during warmer months. Besides being an annoyance, fleas cause dermatitis, skin infections and anemia. Ticks can carry fatal Lyme disease, so always check before bringing your pet inside. Mosquitoes can carry heartworm disease. It takes one bite for your pet to become infected. Foot-long worms live in the heart, blood vessels and lungs of an infected pet and can be fatal.
While treatment is available, prevention is safer, cheaper and more effective. There are oral, topical and even injectable prevention options available. Even indoor pets need to be protected to help them live long, healthy, happy lives.
Let’s enjoy the spring and summer months but a few simple steps to keep your family protected.
Social Graces Ballroom Dance Studio
Social Graces Ballroom Dance Studio, located at 639 East Main Street, is ready for spring time! Our studio is in constant growth. Between our regular group classes, private lessons, dances, competitions and special events, our students and staff are keeping busy.
We're excited to say that Social Graces has been nominated and received votes for BEST OF 2016 <image.png>VAWEnetwork.com Wedding Industry Insider Awards. If you have the time, head over to their website (<image.png>VAWEnetwork.com and the link will be on their homepage) and give us a vote. Sending out a big thank you to our awesome wedding couples that got us nominated! Social Graces has also teamed up with Anthony Schein and CCWStyle.com to offer you a wonderful opportunity. We will be holding women's self-defense classes here at the studio. Best news is that these classes are FREE to our current members and only a $50 drop in per person for non-studio clients. Our next series will be May 13th & 27th from 4-6pm. Only 10 spots available! Those who sign-up will receive a 10% off CCWStyle.com coupon
Also, we are excited to announce that we will be celebrating one year at our new location and 15 years of business in Berryville, June 25th, from 6pm-10pm. The event will be open to the public.
The event highlights:
DJ'ed, Mini dance lessons throughout the evening, Open Dancing, Performances. 50/50 Raffle, Light Hors d'oeuvres
*Attendees are welcome to bring a potluck style dish
Must have reservations to attend and must be made by June 17th
Reservations are: $20 per person, $35 per couple
Bringing a few guests? Ask your instructor about a special friend and family discount!
Call 540-409-7136 to make your reservations today.
As always, we have our introductory special running. All new students can try 1 private lesson, 1 group class, and 1 dance party for just $30! Call us today to schedule your introductory lesson.
Sweet Pea's Children's Shop and Ladies Gifts
Celebrating our 10th year in Berryville! To celebrate, each month in 2017 we will have some type of special going on. If you are a mother or grandmother, come in during the month of May & receive a hand-made “Mother’s Day” gift (no purchase necessary). June & July will bring back our most popular special - “PICK YOUR OWN SALE”. And, in the month of Aug. Sweet Pea’s will pay your sales tax. There will be more to come in Sept. - Dec! Sweet Pea’s has been in Berryville at the same location for 10 years - there is a reason for that. Sweet Pea’s guarantees that they will save you $$$.
IT’S WORTH THE TIME TO MAKE THAT CLIMB (since they are an upstairs shop).
The Tea Cart
Come and enjoy a wonderful place for afternoon tea! Bring your friends, parents, relatives and co-workers to enjoy a wonderful full tea of homemade soups, pastries and sandwiches in a beautiful setting.
The Tea Cart is also currently looking for additions to their excellent staff. If you love to bake, assist in the kitchen, or interact with customers, please give us a call!
The Tea Cart
16 W Main Street
Berryville, VA 22611
Tommy Painter's Body Art Tattoo
119 W Main Street
Celebrating 23 years of service to the public on November 1, 2017!
During the summer months, Body Art is promoting local businesses in Berryville by placing an insert on the local business in the After Care Package we provide to our clients. The majority of our clients travel from local and surrounding areas, but many also travel from DC, Maryland, up-State New York, New Jersey, the Carolinas, Pennsylvania, or from mid-Western States. We recently had one client fly in from Spain! We hope to help our local business partners so that clients become more aware of just all the great things our little town offers! Any business that would like to change or adjust the information we are pulling from the BerryvilleMainStreet.org website, can contact Sharon at 540-539-8967. Enjoy the summer everyone!