Tara Tramonte, a relatively recent move-in to Weyers Cave, is setting up a Ceramic Sculpture Workshop in her home. She is excited to share her skills with people around here. Her first set of four class sessions will meet May 6, 8, 13 and 15 from 6 - 8 pm each evening. That are on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Class size will be limited. If you are interested, please give her a call at 234-8463 to get more information, including the address in Weyers Cave. If the dates and times are bad for you, let her know so she can let you know about future classes. The technique will be announced.
Stay connected with your friends, family, and business associates with greeting cards! Of course, anyone would rather hold a card than read an email. Especially Mom! Sounds great, but when it comes down to it, it can be tough! Karen Sellers provides you with real mailed greeting cards, but with the convenience of a computer. You get your first one free. They are very nice quality. She will even mail you one so you can see what they are like. Call her at 234-0241, or check out her web page at www.sendoutcards.com/karensellers.
We invite you to visit us June 21st and 22nd, 2014, from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm for our Annual Open House. Lovely flowers coupled with excellent wine tastings! Imagine walking the grounds with a glass of wine from Bluestone Vineyards in hand!
Share a flower, bird, and butterfly experience. Share light refreshments and herbal. teas. Pick flowers and herbs. Enjoy unique succulent plants. Learn a bit of local history.
Youngsters and adults can join "Mr. T" in an animal track identification tour. We will also have hula hooping and, of course, photo opportunities (family, pets, no elephants, please!)
Country music singer David Church will be performing at the Weyers Cave Community Center on Sunday, May 4th at 5 pm. Tickets are $25.00 for reserved seating, $15.00 for general admission, and $20.00 at the door. To get tickets, call Terri at 740-974-9885.
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Yes, there IS a bus that comes to Weyers Cave. In fact, there are two. One goes north to JMU and swings by Dayton and Bridgewater and then back to the stop at Blue Ridge Community College. The other goes south to Staunton and you can transfer on it to get to Waynesboro. The good news is that it is only fifty cents, and free if you are students or faculty. The bad news is that in order to park near the only bus stop in Weyers Cave, you must have a student or faculty sticker from Blue Ridge on your car. (No kidding!) But you can park in front of the Criminal Justice Center and hike over to the bus stop. It's about a quarter of a mile.
The bus drivers are super and let you out anywhere along the route, and will even pick you up at a different place along the route if you call ahead. Buses leave every hour on the hour starting at 7 am and the last bus leaves BRCC at 8 pm Monday through Thursday. If there is someone at Blue Ridge that needs the bus at 9 pm, it will make another run! (The busdriver eats from 7 to 8 pm, so no bus service then.) Friday buses leave BRCC from 7 am to 5 pm and no bus service on Saturday or Sunday. PLEASE CALL CATS Mountain Bus Service at 800-305-0077 to check out these times and service before you ride.
Although there are private companies that take your trash to the landfill, most of the Weyers Cave residents just take it there themselves. The closest one to most Weyers Cave residents is in Mt Sidney, at the intersection of Route 11 and Route 696. It is open from 7 am to 5:30 pm in the winter, and during Daylight Savings Time is open until 6:30 pm. For more information, here is the link to the Augusta County website for Recycling Locations.
Used but fixable computers and other electronics can be dropped off at Equipping the Saints.
The not-really-all-knowing webmaster understands that the answer is "no", although there are almost certainly some very small ones around. The reason the town is named Weyers Cave is because Grand Caverns in Grottoes were formerly called Weyers Caves after Bernard Weyer who is crediting with first finding them. Even this is a bit wrong, since he found them in a place known as "Cave Hill." That's another question. These were grand and glorious caverns, with an organ and ballroom, and the closest train stop for visitors to the caverns was seven miles away -- in what is now Weyers Cave. The conductor would call out "Weyers Cave" at the small train stop and that is how it got its name. I'd LOVE to be proven wrong. Does anyone around know of any Caves in Weyers Cave???
The Weyers Cave Ruritan Park is managed by the Weyers Cave Recreation Association. The land for the 25 acre park was generously donated by the Houff family. It contains a .8 mile paved walking trail, soccer fields, softball fields, a children's playground, a concession stand, restrooms, a barbecue pit, and a pavilion.
In order to keep up with the costs associated with lights, mowing, reseeding the fields, mowing, etc., there are charges applied to group activities. Fields or pavilions must be reserved by calling Paul Wilson or Martha Carper at 234-8302. A $5 per player per season foot fee is required for the fields.
Alcohol, firearms, and illegal activities are not permitted in the park. Driving motor vehicles on the footpath is also not allowed. In addition, unscheduled use of the fields, particularly when they have recently been seeded, is not permitted.
The park is adjacent to the Weyers Cave Community Center, which rents out separately and is managed by the Weyers Cave Community Center Board.