Find an up-to-date list of restaurants andsmall businesseswho havemodified their operations to continue to serve our community.

Many small businesses are suffering tremendously as a result of the COVID-19 situation. With many people staying at home and practicing social distancing, somebusinesses have been forced to close their doors completely until further notice. However, some of our local businesses, including restaurants and shops, have adapted to the changesand are dedicatedto serve our community in safe, healthy ways.

If you are able, show your support for our wonderful restaurants by ordering take-out or delivery. Local breweries are even offering beer delivery and curbside pickup options, so that you can still enjoy your favorite local brew from home!

If you find yourself spending more time at home, consider browsing the online shops of our unique local businesses. Somebrick and mortar locations remain open (10person limit, with proper social distancing) and ready to help you find what you’re looking for in person.

Other ways to support your favorite small businesses:

Buy gift cards now to boost businesses’ cash flow and use them later, whenlife gets back to normal.

Like, comment, or share posts on social media. Let business owners know that you are thinking about them by increasing your engagement to build awareness for your favorite brands. Reach out to business owners; tell them that you miss them, and can’t wait until you are able to shop or dine in-house again!

Special Opportunities in Waynesboro:

Old Dominion Performing Arts Studio is offering online classesfor dance, tumbling, and martial arts at a reduced fee of $25/month for new students on a month-by-month basis. Email if interested. Call the Studio at 540-324-4049 and check their Facebook page for updates.
Shenandoah Valley Art Center has their current exhibit available to view online here.
South River Fly Shop is still offering guided fishing, limited to wading trips with up to two angers per guide, so that a proper social distance is maintained.

Wayne Theatre has launched new “At Home with the Wayne content here (this content is Pay What You Will). Please join At Home With The Wayne live on Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. There are also daily posts that include activities for children, theatre tips, costuming, makeup and wig design, singing tips, and so much more.

Waynesboro Heritage Museum has a vast collection of online archives for viewing at home.
Waynesboro Parks Recreation has the latest status of various parks around town, plus a fun Horticulture video on Facebook and a scavenger hunt for kids looking to explore outside.
Wildlife Center of Virginia is going Live on Facebook fairly often, and posting lots of videos of the animals! Check this page for their current virtual event schedule.

Disclaimer:In the rapidly evolving situation surrounding COVID-19, we encourage locals and travelers to seek and heed the latest expert guidance, and to make fact-based decisions. We are not posting any new events at this time and we urge you to contact any venue you are visiting ahead of time to be sure they are open for business and what their hours might be.