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Zero to 60 Charlottesville

Fun things to do and great places to see in Charlottesville VA is what Zero to 60 Charlottesville is all about. Zero starts with downtown Charlottesville and stretches out to a 60 mile radius of the area. Posts here will focus on many subjects. There are posts about places to go, such as the Paramount Theatre on the Downtown Mall. Other posts describe and architectural salvage yard, a pottery studio, and places to see great fine art. Two posts are about hiking in the Shenandoah National Park and the Ivy Creek Natural Area. Various posts reflect the seasons and what to do in the Charlottesville area, such as picking your own fruit. In conclusion, reading posts in Zero to 60 Charlottesville will give readers a wonderful sense of why living in Charlottesville is so much fun!

Paramount is buzzing this Winter

JUST ANNOUNCED AT  THE PARAMOUNT! PARAMOUNT PRESENTS: THE MONTANA REPERTORY THEATRE’S “THE GREAT GATSBY” THURSDAY, APRIL 16 AT 7:30PM $19.50 and $24.50   On Sale Schedule: Star Circle – January 13 at 10am Paramount Supporters – January 14 at 10am General Public – January 16 at 10am F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic literary work is brought […]

The Leaves Turned and They Haven’t All Dropped Yet!

Finally, some color!  I’ve always heard that we need a cold snap and rain to encourage the best Fall color.  We actually had a pretty wet summer, but we had a dry spell and mild temperatures just as Fall was marching in; it seemed we were going to miss that spectacular Fall foliage color once […]

It’s Hot, So Get Wet At Charlottesville City Parks

It’s hot, so get wet at Charlottesville City parks. I was recently showing houses in the Forest Hills Avenue neighborhood, and as I waited for my clients, I enjoyed watching the families soaking up the water at Forest Hills Park, located near the University of Virginia Medical Center off of Cherry Ave. There are at […]

Mother’s Day Weekend in Charlottesville is truly jam-packed!

Mother’s Day Weekend in Charlottesville is truly jam-packed!  Beginning with a little bit of the big Soul Transit Authority at the Pavilion at the east end of the Downtown pedestrian mall on Friday evening, continuing with our beloved  Crozet Arts & Crafts Festival throughout the weekend and a fabulous Wine Festival at Monticello on Saturday […]

Ivy Creek Natural Area – Programs all Year Long

We’re really lucky to live in a community which is committed to our natural environment.  Organizations like the Ivy Creek Foundation keep our natural resources alive, such as the Ivy Creek Natural Area.  Until I became a member of the Foundation, I had no idea the number of programs that are sponsored year ’round. Through […]

Zero to 60: Art-In-Place, Public Art in Charlottesville

An organization in Charlottesville called Art-In-Place was founded by Elizabeth Breeden, and has grown into a valuable non-profit public art program for Charlottesville.  From the website, www.ArtInPlace.com… The non-profit corporation Art-In-Place under the sponsorship of City Council, has established sites around the City of Charlottesville, Virginia to make art accessible to the general public.  Art-In-Place, […]