On Saturday we visited the newly remodeled Southwest Virginia Cultural Center and Marketplace located in Abingdon, Virginia. It is a showplace for regional art and music. From home decor to fashion jewelry, the location houses one of the area’s largest eclectic collections of art from some of Southwest Virginia’s most talented artisans.
My look had to be appropriate for daytime activities as well as dinner in the Martha at Sister’s American Cafe. It was sunny and warm during the day but much colder and windy in the evening.
We love a traffic jam at the Martha! These mallards consider the fountains on the property theirs.
There are several beautifully appointed rooms in which to hold your special event.
I shopped ’till he dropped. Mr. Mickey is holding my packages for me while he takes a rest in the library.
We had our usual top-notch dinner in Sister’s.
I enjoyed the pasta but couldn’t even finish half of it. Thanks for helping me with that Mr. Mickey.
He had the salmon and couldn’t resist his favorite dessert, bread pudding.
Meeting followers of the blog in person is a great joy for me. Ali and her husband Jim, could not have been more pleasant. I hope our paths cross again soon. If you would like to move to one of the most beautiful places in the world, contact Jim at Re/Max here.
You’ve likely noticed that I wear the same items on repeat for years. Nothing I wore on Saturday is new. The shoes and bag are from last year. The Versace scarf is a few years old. The ring and earrings are also from a couple of years ago. The links below share similar current items.