Even from a distance, it’s possible to support our Juneteenth local artists and businesses.
Based in Fredericksburg, Virginia, R Jean Essentials offers handmade bath and body products at a reasonable price with all natural ingredients that will bring a smile to your face.
Orange County educator and entrepreneur, Ebony B., seeks to share her passion of helping others feel and look good through fashionable and affordable accessories.
Orange County-based Shea’Sational Goods is committed to producing the very finest of cosmetic body care products. Using only natural ingredients and putting our full devotion into every piece of our beautiful collections that we create for you, by hand.
The mission of the Arts Center in Orange is to increase the quality of life in our community by promoting an appreciation for fine contemporary arts in diverse styles and ideologies; a forum to promote artistic excellence; scholarship and education; a venue for artists and artisans to work, teach, exhibit and sell work; and a place for the community to learn skills, and to participate in and enjoy the arts.
Managed by Gordonsville’s award-winning BBQ Exchange, Montpelier’s Exchange Cafe offers slow cooked BBQ and other Virginia-inspired dishes. You can still get a taste of Juneteenth by ordering a meal from the BBQ Exchange.
Run by historic culinary expert Leni Sorenson, Indigo House provides opportunities for cooking and farmcraft classes, historic meals, and farm shares.