Dick Whitehead of the Historical Society of Nelson County will talk about the life of Parson Rose, who came to the Virginia Colony at the age of 21, just ordained in England. Preaching was his calling, but he developed other areas of expertise, such as surveying, inventing the double canoe f…
Sweet Briar College on May 25 will host up to 200 Girl Scouts from the nation’s capital for a day of engineering exploration. As one of only two all-women ABET accredited engineering programs in the country, Sweet Briar College is a natural partner for the Girl Scout Council of the nation’s …
This is Bubba, He’s been the perfect gentleman in our care. He looks to be a Hound-Pit mix.
Musician Joseph Henson announced that Henson Jazz will take the opportunity of their Amherst Java and Jazz concert at Second Stage | Amherst on March 25 to celebrate the life and works of jazz great Wayne Shorter, in addition to playing Joseph Henson’s latest compositions.
Loose Shoe Brewing Company held its annual Brunswick Stew on Feb. 25.
Queen Bee, our precious pocket Pittie! One word: Stunning! Cuteness overload this one!
The trail at Riveredge Park in Madison Heights will bear the name of former Amherst County Recreation and Parks Director Sara Lu Christian.
Second Stage | Amherst is honored to present its annual countywide Youth Art Month exhibit featuring more than 100 student art works selected from elementary, middle, and high school art classes.
This is TuTu. Her tail goes from 0 to 100 in seconds!
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Amherst held their annual Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, Feb. 17 for the first time in three years.
Look at pretty girl Amber!
Amherst Glebe Arts Response, Inc. and Second Stage — Amherst are hosting in concert Laissez Foure, a New Orleans sound Jazz Quartet on Feb. 25 as part of the 2023 Java and Jazz lineup.
This is Spot. She’s 1 year old and weighs 43 pounds. She doesn’t quite know commands yet but is eager to learn.
The Amherst County Board of Supervisors and Nelson County Board of Supervisors will conduct a special joint meeting at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Amherst Glebe Arts Response, Inc. and the Music Department of the University of Lynchburg on Feb. 4 will present “Louis Moreau Gottschalk’s Americana” the second of three concerts about the life and work of Gottschalk, the first touring U.S. performing arts superstar during the 19th century.
Boden was just so happy for the attention that he made our task of taking pictures easy.
Update: The event originally scheduled for Feb. 12 is will not be held "due to circumstances beyond our control," Octavia Starbuck, director of the Amherst County Museum, said on Feb. 7.
On Jan. 28 from 6 to 8 pm at Second Stage — Amherst, the Quintana All-Stars will salute the work of Edward Mikenas, composer, vocalist and bassist for the group, whose original compositions will form the core of the concert.
If you need the SWEETEST seasoned senior ever, look no further! Dixie is the best girl, beautiful inside and out. Gentle as they come, great eye contact and just a catch. We can gush all day about Dixie!
Our beautiful girl Claudia. She is a very independent cat that loves the occasional cuddles.
Thomas Jefferson, portrayed by Bill Barker, and Dr. Bill Trout will engage in conversation on batteaux and canals on Jan. 8 at the Amherst County Museum and Historical Society.
Second Stage | Amherst on Dec. 15 and Dec. 16 assisted for distribution and drop offs for the Amherst Toys for Tots and Operation Holiday programs.
This happy, happy hound is Walker! He’s extremely dog and cat friendly.
The Humane Society of Amherst County has two lovely brothers that were reunited now that some kennel space recently was freed up.
Second Stage | Amherst is hosting a recorded Christmas show 'Live from Rose Ridge' on Dec. 10 featuring comedic storytelling, music and radio drama.