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Runners are eager to find out which of their favorite events will be hosted in-person this year and we have good news: The Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon is committed to hosting an in-person race […]

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Got an Idea to Improve Our Outdoors?

Project Outside grant applications are open now.

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New Year Comes with Some Changes

Ready to crush 2021? Use this time to plan a few adventures such as making campsite reservations or booking a State Park cabin … they’ll go quick. A few other changes to be aware of […]

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5 Questions with Blue Ridge Hydroponics

Brothers Tommy Bryant (from left, above) and Jeremy Poe know a thing or two about plants. They own and operate Blue Ridge Hydroponics in Downtown Roanoke, and can help you learn to garden without soil.

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Shop Local Pledge

Take the shop local pledge this holiday season and commit to finding your holiday at retailers, shops, and restaurants in the Roanoke Region.

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#GivingTuesday is Dec. 1, 2020

The kick-off to the end of year charitable giving season starts with #GivingTuesday on Dec. 1. For Roanoke Outside, it’s one of the few times of year we directly ask for your help. Your donation […]

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Go Cross Draws Cyclists from 14 States

It was muddy, but that added to the fun of the Go Cross Cyclocross Race Presented by Deschutes Brewery on Nov. 14-15.

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Project Outside Exceeds Fundraising Goal

The Roanoke Outside Foundation, an initiative of the Roanoke Regional Partnership, has exceeded its $100,000 goal for Project Outside raising $107,000. The campaign, launched in August, is the first of its kind and will fund […]

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Thanks, Deschutes, for Supporting Go Cross

In support of Go Cross this weekend, Deschutes Brewery is donating $1 from every six-pack sold Thursday, Nov. 12, through Sunday, Nov. 15 to Project Outside. Only six-packs purchased at the Deschutes Tasting Room in […]

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5 Questions with the Roanoke Valley Riveters

Women. Bikes. Dirt. Those are the three tenets behind the Roanoke Valley Riveters, a community of women who love mountain biking. The group shares information and hosts rides.

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