For every $100 you spend at locally owned businesses, $68 will stay in the community. What happens when you spend that same $100 at a national chain? Only $43 stays in the community.
Page County Grown
A network of locally-grown produce, protein, fiber, and other products on family farms in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia!
"Where Beauty and Romance Surround You" - Page County you can find excitement and beauty at every level—from the high peaks of the Blue Ridge Mountains, to the celebrated Shenandoah River that bisects the county, and down to the underground mysteries of Luray Caverns. Whether you venture out into our picturesque landscape by mountain path, sidewalk, road or river, arts & cultural experiences await you amidst a wide variety of entertainment and outdoor adventure activities. - www.virginia.org
“Core objective is to showcase arts and artists in the region and help promote Page County as a destination for visitors interested in the arts and traditional and contemporary crafts.”
“Wineries, craft breweries, cideries and distilleries span from Harrisonburg to Winchester/Frederick County. What you'll find along the way are incredible mountain views, historic treasures, farm-to-table dining, charming downtowns, and an amazing diversity of outdoor recreation.”
Virginia Main Street
“Virginia Main Street Program is a preservation-based economic and community development program that follows the Main Street Approach by the National Main Street Center. Virginia Main Street offers a range of services and assistance to communities interested in revitalizing their historic commercial districts.” - Department of Housing and Community Development
Of the 28 Virginia designated Main Street communities, Downtown Luray is our district with Luray Downtown Initiative managing the program under a mission - “Working together to increase the economic vitality of our downtown.”
The Town of Shenandoah is a Commercial District Affiliate with Virginia Main Street.