Lynchstock Music Festival

Katherine Daniel, Editor in Chief~

Lynchstock

The Lynchstock Music Festival will be held downtown on October 20 from 11:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M.

Co-founder and Director of Lynchstock Music Festival, Jonathan Smalt, said, “This is our 6th year doing the Lynchstock Music Festival. We started the festival 6 years ago now because there were really no venues in town for local bands to play, especially with a festival vibe. The first event we ever did started with 200 people and grew to almost 5,000. It has been an amazing journey to watch.”

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Imagination Station

Katherine Daniel, Editor in Chief~

Date Night

Imagination Station Studios will be hosting its annual Date Night event every first Friday of the month.

Imagination Station Studios owner, Gladys Attin, said, “The event starts at 7:00 p.m. and ends around 9:00-9:30 p.m. The cost of the Date Night event is $39.99, and that is per couple. We serve sweet tea, coffee, and we put out desserts for the event. Couples can purchase their tickets on the day of the event when they come to Imagination Station Studios.”

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There’s So Much Room for Activities

Alyssa Tkacik, Guest Writer~

Student life at Lynchburg College is driven by dedicated and enthusiastic members of the LC community. The efforts in improving the school community are often spearheaded by the leaders and volunteers of the Student Activities Board.

Events like Finals Blowouts and trips to Busch Gardens are planned and produced by the involved students, all of whom dedicate their time and energy while encouraging fellow students to become involved. Read More


Lynchburg’s Iconic Market

Shannon Muller & Isabelle Griffith, Guest Writers~

The Lynchburg Community Market has played a large role in Lynchburg’s development.

The market has provided the community with access to fresh, farm-grown food and handmade products from local businesses since 1783.

Jennifer C. Kennedy, the market manager for the City of Lynchburg, said, “the roots of our community started around Lynchburg Community Market, so we really pride ourselves on the fact that we are tied to the community, a tie in the community and are a place where people really look to tell the story of the community.” Read More


Creating a Commuter Community

Hannah Ramsey, Guest Writer~

Special events and organizations for commuter students at Lynchburg College are being used as a way to build a community.

Jonathan Fries, coordinator of commuter student services said “our commuters contribute in a lot of different ways, but they also have a lot of different needs and it’s hard to do something for everyone, but we try the best we can, and our commuters are very strong, active members of our campus.” Read More



Protecting Our Protectors

Jasmine Brogden, Staff Writer~

The American Legion will be invaded by veterans on Saturday, April 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. There’s no battle occurring; though, the Lynchburg Area Veterans Council is planning to hold its first Community Lynchburg Spring Market.

The council hopes to engage the veterans in being an active part in the Lynchburg area. They also want to raise funds to better fulfil the veterans’ needs. All proceeds will go directly to serving the veterans in our community. Read More