There will be a wedding held at The South of the James Farmers Market this Saturday, June 6, 2015. At 10:00 am, between sales of produce, baked goods, coffee and eggs, owner and founder of GrowRVA, Karen Atkinson, will wed Doug Grisevich, operations coordinator for GrowRVA. The couple met three years ago at The South … Continue reading Wedding Day at SOJ!
Maddie is turning 21!!! We’re celebrating the birthday of Karen Atkinson’s daughter Maddie with a party that benefits young adults with autism and the Hermitage All Star Cheerleaders (a part of Hermitage High School’s Special Education program). Join us! Music: 5pm – 7pm: Amy Henderson 7pm – 9pm: The Vendors Continue reading Birthday Party to Benefit Young Adults with Autism
GrowRVA’s Karen Atkinson is featured in this month’s Greater Richmond Grid in the “Live Bold” section. Pick up a copy if you see it. Grid’s a great publication, featuring Richmond’s most innovative people and their stories on a quarterly basis. In the feature, Karen talks about the power of spending money locally and about … Continue reading GrowRVA in Grid
For the second year, GrowRVA will partner with the State Fair of Virginia to provide fair-goers with the taste and variety of Virginia’s farmers markets. The fair returns from Sept. 28 thru Oct. 7 to the Meadow Event Park in Hanover County. This year’s GrowRVA tent again includes real farmers market vendors from around the state selling … Continue reading State Fair of Virginia Forecast: 100-Percent Chance of GrowRVA
Is there such thing as an excess of success? After a short six month stay in Shockoe Slip where it helped brand the new Shockoe Design District, GrowRVA’s very first Virginia Street Gallery pop-up shop is coming to an end. The shop, which opened as a partnership between GrowRVA and Shockoe Properties, aimed to transform … Continue reading The Virginia Street Gallery pop-up shop succeeds — then closes