Thank you for your interest in posting your event to the Spirit FM Community Calendar!
Here are a few guidelines for posting an event:
Please check the calendar first to ensure that your event is not already posted.
The Community Calendar is for events in Virginia, West Virginia or North Carolina. Events need to be open to the community and an “event” in nature.
Weekly meetings: Bible Study, DivorceCare, Awana, Worship Service, etc. Please only put the first 2 weeks of the meeting on the calendar.
Daily events must not last more than 1 week. This enables us to best service those using the calendar to look up events.
To submit your event, please complete the following form. Fields with an * must be provided. If you have a website, please enter the full URL address including http/https. Allow 2 weeks prior to the date of your event for posting to the calendar.
If you need to edit or delete your event after it is submitted, please click on the “My Events” button. After your event is edited it will need to be moderated before it will appear on the calendar.
If you have any questions please call the Spirit FM Offices at 434-237-9798 (Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5pm).
Buchanan Garden Festival
May 4 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm EDT
Rediscover the charm of small town America during Buchanan’s 6th annual Buchanan Garden Festival.
A little bit of something for everyone, Buchanan’s Garden Festival celebrates gardens, outdoor living and home improvements. Activities begin with an old fashioned May Pole dance at 10a.m. in the Garden of the historic Wilson Warehouse/Community House.
Nestled along the bank of the James River, dozens of vendors will be set up offering annuals, perennials, trees, bird houses, garden whimsies and food. As you explore you will also find handmade crafts, local and regional artists as well as home and outdoor living vendors complimenting the garden treasures you will find at the event. Additional activities include Live Music, Kid’s Games & Crafts, Educational Talks featuring guest speakers from the Roanoke Master Gardener Program, a Plein Air Painting Competition, and a full day of fun set in the garden of the historic Wilson Warehouse and the Town Park.
While you are here, you will want to explore our historic Main Street where you will find locally owned shops and restaurants filling buildings dating from the early 1800’s through the nostalgic 1950’s.