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5 Louisa Main Street Businesses You Have to Visit!


1. The Fabric Hut & Gift Gallery

Fabric Hut
203 W Main St. Louisa, Virginia 23093
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The Fabric Hut and Gift Gallery, located on main street in the Town of Louisa is celebrating its 42nd year of business this month! Don’t let the name deceive you: not only do they offer a wide array of different fabrics, but also gifts ranging from Willow Tree Friends, flags, locally made goods, and more. Teachers and Senior citizens receive 10% discount everyday as well as free gift wrapping for all customers! Make sure to look out for their open house this fall on the 1st Friday and Saturday in December!

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9 Ideas For A CVille Stay-cation


1. Stay Charlottesville


400 E Water St Suite B, Charlottesville, VA 22902
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Stay Charlottesville offers you the chance to stay in CVille’s finest carriage houses, apartments, historic homes and estates! You’ll find yourself in some of Charlottesville’s most charming city neighborhoods on a nearby bucolic farm or on a mountain overlooking a valley. Perfect for getting away from home for a few days without all of the expensive and exhausting travel! Read More

9 CVille-Based Museums You Should Visit


1. The Fralin Museum of Art


155 Rugby Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22903
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The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia maintains a collection of approximately 13,000 objects in support of our mission. The Fralin exhibits American and European painting, works on paper, and sculpture of the 15th-20th centuries; art from the ancient Mediterranean; Asian art; Native American art. Highlights of the collection of modern paintings, sculpture and works on paper include American figurative art and photography. Read More

6 Shops To Register At Before Your Wedding


1. The Happy Cook

1107 B N Emmet St., Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
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Since 1978, The Happy Cook has been a family run business, and that tradition still lives on today. Husband and wife owners, Monique and Steve, can actually still be found working with the customers. If you’re lucky, you’ll find “Top Chef,” Amos, roaming the floors and keeping everyone in line. Read More

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