Christmas on the Field

This unique family-friendly event will bring something for the entire family. With over 50 artisans and crafters selling & exhibiting their work at this arts and crafts show, you will have the opportunity to purchase a variety of handcrafted items and fine art. You can find many unique items such as handcrafted wreaths, jewelry, Christmas ornaments, decorations, original artwork, photography, stained glass, and more.

Your children can enjoy our bounce house area while you shop for just $5. There will also be a mini market for kids to shop for mom and dad.
We will have Christmas crafts and face painting booths too.

We will have soccer, football, hockey and lacrosse stations set up all around the field house, so you can also try everything the facility has to offer

We are additionally partnering with the Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank. They will be collecting canned goods and non-perishables. A portion of all proceeds will be donated to the Food Bank.

Come visit these local vendors:
Sarah Hardy Your Lil’ Thirty-One Bag Lady/Director of Thirty-One Gifts
Entwined and Designed
Auntie Alice’s Kettle Corn
The Crassy Cookie
PureRomance by Nichole wolfe
Jackie Smith Independent Lead Scentsy Consultant – Stafford VA
Chalk Couture with Alexis Pfeifer, Designer
Brooke’s Baked Goods
Grooms Wood – Reclaimed and Reinvented Custom Furniture & Carpentry
Lularoe Candice Pierson
Jordan Essentials
Beth Rodgers Murphy Independent Defense Pro – Damsel in Defense
The Upper Glass
Mary Kay
Spirit Fire Art
Stubborn Mule Rustic Designs
Veteran Made
GRAND JEWELRY CREATIONS
Faith, Prayers and Pearls – Ruth Sullivan
Kristy’s Crafts
Hummingbird Lane
Amy-Lou’s Apothecary
Po River Apiary

We’ll be updating this information as it comes in, so keep an eye out here and in your email for the latest news.

Interested in being a Vendor? Email us at info@alwaysmakingithappen.com

An Evening in December

In the midst of the craziness, pause for a moment, set aside your to-do list, invite a girlfriend & escape to an unforgettable night of celebration, music & inspiration. Be sure to plan to visit our vendors! They will be festive and full of JOY!

Join us for a speaking event with Ellie Lofaro with Heart, Mind and Soul Ministries.

Special Music Performance by Point of Grace!

This event supports Transitions4You, and the work that they do in the community. Get your tickets and more details below!

https://www.transitions4you.org/an-evening-in-december

Transitions 4 You, Inc.
540-894-0100
info@transitions4you.com

Why hiring a Social Media Manager Makes sense!

Why hiring a Social Media Manager Makes sense!

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In a digital world, social media must be a part of your marketing plan.

How do you let your customers know about your sales, services, products, and promotions?

Google, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest or LinkedIn

Each of these platforms all serves a different medium in the market. Are you well versed in each area and how to best navigate in them?

Many small business owners feel they can manage social media on their own. They take time from running their business to post and engage on Facebook and Instagram. Most business owners are experts in their chosen field, they started their business because they love doing what they do. Then social media came along and changed the game for everything.

So what options do owners face?

Self Management: Taking time out of your busy day to run your own social media campaigns. This is the most expensive option, owners are the most valuable person in the company and being chained to social media does not allow them to guide the ship.

Employee Management:  Many businesses hire/ train internal employees to manage their social media accounts. Often this can result in mixed and inconsistent messages. Additionally having an employee manage your social media is still a costly way to run social media. To effectively manage all platforms of social media the average employee will need to spend 15 hours a week.  At the average hourly rate of $10 per hour. This employee will cost a small business $750 a month. Has that employee been trained in brand management?

Social Media Manager: By outsourcing social media management a small business can effectively compete in the ever-growing corporate dominated world of social media. Owners can focus on doing what they do best while saving time and money. Unlike an unskilled employee, a social media manager is trained in all aspects of social media.

Turning to a Social Media Manager will ensure someone is taking care of businesses social media accounts and their audience. The best part is they will work hand in hand with owners to ensure the brand projects the professional and positive image it should have.

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