• Alpha Vision Films

    Alpha Vision Films was created by producer-director-writer-musician James Overton in the spring of 2010 as an independent filmmaking company.

    Online at AlphaVisionFilms.net.

  • P. Buckley Moss Museum

    The P. Buckley Moss Museum is located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley in Waynesboro, Virginia. Built in 1989, the Museum closely resembles many of the larger homes built by early 19th century settlers. It is an appropriate setting for exhibiting the work of renowned artist Patricia Buckley Moss.

    Online at PBuckleyMoss.com.

  • Shenandoah Valley Art Center

    The Shenandoah Valley Art Center provides two galleries for local and award winning artists; hall galleries for studio artists, students, and arts organizations.

    Online at SVACArt.com.

  • Waynesboro Concert Association

    The Waynesboro Community Concert Association’s mission is to build and maintain a permanent concert audience, to cultivate interest in good music and to encourage the live performance of music by qualified artists, and to foster and encourage public appreciation of music and the teaching of music, history of music, and music appreciation in the schools of Waynesboro and the surrounding areas.

    Online at WaynesboroCommunityConcert.org.

  • Waynesboro Symphony Orchestra

    The WSO was founded in 1996 as the Waynesboro Community Orchestra. In its debut concert, 23 musicians performed works by Lully, Bach and Haydn. Over the past decade the ensemble has grown significantly, having over doubled its core size and often tripling the original personnel for some repertoire.

    Online at WaynesboroSymphonyOrchestra.org.

  • Augusta County Railroad Museum

    The Augusta County Railroad Museum is a non-profit organization located at 1321 W. Broad St., Waynesboro (next to Little Caesar’s Pizza in the Gateway Park shopping center). We do our best to promote railroading through our displays of railroad memorabilia and the running of our model trains through highly detailed picturesque scenes.The Museum is open the second and last Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is free.

    Online at Trainweb.org/augustarailva.

  • Plumb House Museum

    The Plumb House was built between 1802 and 1804. This historic house, the oldest frame dwelling in Waynesboro, was caught in the midst of the Civil War Battle of Waynesboro on March 2, 1865 and hosts the annual reenactment of the Battle of Waynesboro.

    Online at WaynesboroHeritageFoundation.com.

  • Valley Music Academy

    Valley Music Academy, a non-profit music school, provides high quality music education to children and adults of Waynesboro, Staunton, and Augusta County. Private instruction is offered in voice, piano, brass, flute, violin, viola, cello, saxophone, clarinet, and drums.

    Online at ValleyMusicAcademy.org.

  • Waynesboro Heritage Museum

    The Waynesboro Heritage Museum is in the heart of Downtown Waynesboro, at the corner of Wayne and Main. The permanent exhibit galleries relate the City's history using wall panels and artifacts from the WHF Collection.

    Online at WaynesboroHeritageFoundation.com.

  • Wayne Theatre Alliance

    In 2000 Waynesboro City Council created the Wayne Theatre Alliance and empowered the group to oversee the revitalization of the Wayne Theatre. The mission of the Wayne Theatre Alliance is to promote the economic vitality, educational opportunities and cultural life of Waynesboro and the adjacent region through the preservation and operation of the Wayne Theatre as a performing arts/conference center.

    Online at WayneTheatre.org..

  • Imagine That! Theatre

    Imagine That! Theatre was started in the fall of 2001 by the late Lillian Morse. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing affordable theatre workshops in acting, dance, and music to Augusta County's elementary and middle school children.

    Online at ImagineThatTheatre.org.

  • Schola Cantorum

    Schola Cantorum is a choral group from the Shenandoah Valley formed to present great works of the master composers to the community. The ensemble is comprised of approximately 50 volunteer musicians who represent some of the most talented singers from the area. We attempt to present the music as the composer designed it to be heard with orchestral accompaniment, where appropriate.

    Online at ScholaWaynesboro.org.

  • Waynesboro Choral Society

    The Waynesboro Choral Society is a local non-professional choral group. The Society has been singing for 41 years. (It was founded in 1970 and still has one original member. Members come from many different professions and backgrounds, but they get together in the Choral Society to share their love for music and present several concerts each year.

    Online at WaynesboroChoralSociety.com.

  • Waynesboro Public Library

    The Waynesboro Public Library welcomes your visit! We have built a well balanced collection of print and audio-visual materials for children and adults that includes early literacy kits, downloadable audio books, and large print books. Our online resources provide access for researching the family tree, finding homework help, and links for job seekers. We also offer innovative educational and cultural programs for everyone.

    Online at Waynesboro.va.us.

  • Waynesboro Players

    With over forty years of experience, Waynesboro Players entertains the play-going population of the Shenandoah Valley and beyond. From the first play in 1962, the Players embrace all of the talent in the area – people who give their time and energy to bring to audiences a variety of superior productions.

    Online at WaynesboroPlayers.org.