In the Hills Archive

In the Hills: Reaping the Benefits From Cannabis

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, In the Hills

Loria and Joe Chasnoff live in their hand-built house, pursuing their vision of a self-sufficient, solar-powered life-style. Joe is a master in wood craftsmanship and has built his career in furniture and cabinetry for the last 50 years. Loria is a skilled pain management massage professional and she always had the vision to establish a […]

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America’s Only Coffee Grinder Museum + Coffee House is in Clifton Forge, VA

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, In the Hills

It’s rare when you discover a great coffee shop with equally delectable scones and biscotti. Even better is coming across 17th century coffee grinders, lush plants, and paintings by local artists. In the heart of downtown Clifton Forge is Caffé Museo: Museum of Antique Coffee Mills & Coffee Bar. Since opening in October 2019, this […]

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Pull up a Stool & Pop a Bottle at Charlies Pub in Fayetteville

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, In the Hills

Located just a few miles from Ace Adventure Resort is Charlies Pub In the early 1900’s, Fayetteville was home to a bustling coal industry. Since booms often bust, what was once a town offering some of the highest-grade coal on the planet became an area of whitewater thrills. In 1968, the first commercial trip took […]

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Lee is Back at This & That Collectibles in White Sulphur Springs!

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, In the Hills

White Sulphur Springs’ residents continue to embrace the movement toward a livable, walkable, and vibrant downtown. Following the June 23rd flood in the summer of 2016, WSS officials began developing a comprehensive plan to revitalize the town. Today, the town is experiencing its own invigoration with more places to dine and shop. Some places worth […]

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October 17 & 18: Greenbrier Valley Open Disc Golf Tournament

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, In the Hills

On the weekend of October 17 and 18th, disc golf enthusiasts are invited to participate in the Greenbrier Valley Open’s Inaugural Tournament. This competition will be played on 3 different courses in Greenbrier County and everyone will have the luxury of adequate social distancing while playing some challenging terrains. The courses include the State Fairgrounds […]

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Adventure is out there! Hammer Cycles is the Mechanism to get you there.

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, In the Hills

Riding a bike is a great way to maintain social distance, get some exercise, enjoy fresh air, and feel connected with the Appalachian Mountains and rivers around us. Whether you’re interested in road riding, cruising the river trail, or braving the downhill course at Snowshoe, Hammer Cycles in White Sulphur Springs has the right bike […]

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Elmwood, A Historic Wonderland

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, In the Hills, On The Cover

Located in Union, WV., Elmwood is a historic home listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1838 by William B Phillips, Thomas Jefferson’s best brickmason at his University of Virginia project. Elmwood is a two-story, brick dwelling with classical revival details in the doric order.  The front facade features wide […]

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July 18-21: A Durbin Tradition

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, In the Hills

This July, get outside in the wild and wonderful to enjoy 4 days of Durbin tradition at the 31st Annual Durbin Days Heritage Festival! Since 1987, this yearly event is held in on the Main Street of Durbin, WV in Pocahontas County and from Wednesday, July 18 to Saturday, the 21st and a Pageant on […]

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Jan-March: Free Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment!

By: HashtagWV / Category: Blog, In the Hills

WVSOM invites you to experience a FREE osteopathic manipulative treatment! There are two 5-week sessions available from January 10-February 7 and February 14-March 14. To make an appt, call 304-647-6286 The Student OMM Clinic is designed to give second-year students the opportunity to provide OMT to patients under the supervision of OP&P faculty. The goals of […]

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Sat, Oct 14: Oktoberfest at the Brewery!

By: Christina / Category: Blog, In the Hills

On Saturday Octobter 14th following the TOOT festival,dress up in lederhosen (or not) and head over to Greenbrier Valley Brewing Co. in Maxwelton for Oktoberfest! They have a special treat for their fans as they celebrate with five special small batch brews taking over the taps, plus their Imperial Stout, and their Flagships! TEN TOTAL TAPS!! […]

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Rock into Violin + Piano w/ Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper this April!

Rock into Violin & Piano w/ Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper this April! - This April, rock into violin and piano with Hashtag Lewisburg City Paper. On Saturday, May 8th, you are invited to an evening of high-energy live music with internationally touring classical and rock violinist Adam DeGraff and Lewisburg area pianist and teacher Alex DeGraff at the Lee Street Listening Room in Lewisburg. The concert starts at 8:00 […]

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Best Things to Do in Lewisburg WV! - Spending a day in Lewisburg? Here are a few of the best things to do while you’re visiting. Start your day at the Wild Bean coffee shop.  Located downtown, this cafe offers premium coffee, tea, veggie cuisine, wi-fi, entertainment, and more! The breakfast menu consisting of breakfast burritos, egg scrambles, breakfast sandwiches and granola w/ […]

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