The sun will be about 90 percent obscured for a few minutes on Aug. 21 during the solar eclipse in the Roanoke Region. Weather permitting, the sky will darken during this time as the moon […]
Have you wanted to try rock climbing but struggled to find just the right opportunity? Then you are in luck. There are two chances to try climbing coming up.
If you need an excuse for a hike, then register for an outing you can feel good about. Hike for Hospice is Sunday, Sept. 10 from 12:30-3:30 p.m. at Explore Park and proceeds benefit Good […]
No kayak, no problem! Go kayaking on Philpott Lake with a certified instructor and experience the wildlife and solitude of Philpott Lake’s great coves while learning how to paddle.
How does Roanoke only have 3 percent of the vote so far? Blue Ridge Outdoors has launched its annual Top Town contest and Roanoke needs your votes. (You can vote daily.)
Let’s keep our blueways looking great. Join Roanoke Stormwater, Deschutes Brewery, and Mountain State Overland for the second annual Tinker Creek Volunteer Cleanup on Saturday, Aug. 19.
The second time is twice the charm for Parker Albright, a sophomore at Cave Spring High School. She won a 2017 USA Triathlon Youth & Junior National Championship for a second year in the Youth […]
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock or out in the woods (we won’t judge!), you’ve probably seen all the buzz about the solar eclipse on Aug. 21. Here’s everything you need to know about […]
The Lake Moomaw 1 Mile Open Water Swim is back on Saturday, Aug. 5, and it’s not too late to get in on the action (or just make plans to cheer on swimmers).
The Star City Gran Fondo presented by Business Solutions, Inc. is back for a second year on Saturday, Aug. 19.
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