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Blacksburg Market Square Jam: Wednesdays, 8-10pm

September 28, 2016 time: 8-10pm location: Blacksburg Market Square
Blacksburg’s Market Square Jam takes place on Wednesday evenings from 8-10 pm, June through September, in Market Square Park downtown on the corner of Draper Road and Roanoke Street. The Jam is an official Crooked Road affillated venue, and features traditional old time and bluegrass music. Presented by The Town of Blacksburg; see their Market Square Jam page for scheduled performers and more details.

Blacksburg Farmer's Market

September 28, 2016 time: 2-7pm location: Blacksburg Market Square
The Blacksburg Farmer's Market happens every week in Blacksburg Market Square (Saturdays only January - March, Wednesdays and Saturdays April - December). Come see live music, sample fresh harvested produce, or spin a hula hoop in the sunshine. More than a market, it's a community gathering place, with a full calendar of entertainment and educational activities. See www.blacksburgfarmersmarket.com for lots more information.

17th Annual Blue Ridge Potters Guild Show

October 14, 2016 - October 16, 2016 time: Friday 6pm reception, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 12pm - 5pm
     location: Patrick Henry High School
The 17th Annual Show is largest all-pottery show in Virginia featuring functional and decorative works created by over 70 area potters. The Show and Sale celebrates the beauty, art and function of pottery. This event is free and is open to the public at Patrick Henry High School and begins with a sale and reception on Friday with the opportunity for customer to enjoy refreshments and shop the huge selection of unique and spectacular pottery. Sale and demonstrations continue Saturday and Sunday. Demonstrations feature various pottery techniques including hand-thrown, hand-built and sculpted clay art. Watch how potters take a piece of clay and create an artistic form. A special gallery exhibit will show works interpreting the theme of "Coming Home". Cash, checks and credit cards accepted. This event is free.

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