5 Unique Gift Ideas (Buy Local)
Artistry On Main features dozens of local artists and their works. There are many unique finds here, including, handcrafted wooden spoons, mugs, paintings, jewelry, and much more. Shop local, and purchase some outstanding gifts for your loved ones!
Ron Hinkle Glass: With over 40 years of experience in the glass making industry, Ron Hinkle has created each piece of his glass work as an extension of his very being. Come watch this local artist do his magic and discover history. Hand crafted glass comes to life through the use of variety of tools in the hands of this master craftsman. Purchase any of his work as a unique, hand crafted gift for your friends and family, or maybe even treat yourself!
Main Street Antiques and Collectibles: An antique store to take you down memory lane. Located along the Downtown Buckhannon Historic District, you'll love browsing. Main Street Antiques and Collectibles also features an amazing wine selection. Find your favorite 'go-to' wine, or discover a new local favorite in the West Virginia winery collection
Caroline’s Closet: Located in the Northridge plaza, Caroline's Closet is your local chic boutique in town with highly affordable prices and stylish unique clothing! From dresses to the adorable earrings, there is a variety of stylish items at your choosing!
Merle Norman and The Pink Hydrangea: Accessories are all you need to create a different look each day. Come in a t-shirt and by the time they do your make-up and add jewelry, a scarf, hat, and new purse you will leave looking completely different - and very beautiful!
5 Fall Activities You HAVE To Do!
With cooler, crisp air, everyone is ready for the spectacular fall colors and cozy evenings enjoying the season. We’ve put together the top 5 things you need to do this Fall:
1. Pick your own pumpkin at Green Acres Farm in Rock Cave! Not only will you have the freshest pumpkin for your front porch, you can find your way through the Haunted Corn Maze, take a Hayride along the farm, and try some tasty fall treats.
2. Go on a Hayride or a Spooky Night Tour of the WV Wildlife Center. There’s no better place to see West Virginia’s native animals, and things look a lot different at night.
3. Drive the country to see some of West Virginia’s best fall foliage.
4. If you want a little scare, fight the Zombie Apocalypse at M2Bravo. An indoor airsoft arena, M2Bravo’s Halloween event equips you with all the gear you need to save the world.