Business Briefs: February 2022 – The Crozet Gazette

Posted: February 7, 2022 at 6:13 am

A Wine Bar for Waynesboro

In a space between Initial Inspirations and the Shenandoah Valley Art Center, Kelly and Brandon Sheelyboth long-time Waynesboro residentswill open The City Foxes Wine Bar and Market this spring. In the past, the space housed a beauty salon and a storefront church. Its a familiar neighborhood for Kelly, who formerly worked at the Waynesboro Heritage Museum just up the street.

The Sheelys have wanted to own their own business for a long time and, as fans of Virginia wine, decided to make local wines the centerpiece. Kelly said theyll focus on wines from the Shenandoah Valley first. Theyll also offer other local products, both food and art-related.

Kelly said theyll also have eight tables for those who want to enjoy a meal prepared on the premises, featuring local produce, cheeses and baked goods. Other dishes will be packaged for carry-out. Meanwhile, she said, residents are impatient for opening day. Its slower than we had hoped, she said, with supply chain shortages and construction delays. Find City Foxes Wine Bar and Market on Facebook and at thecityfoxes.com.

The Crozet Artisan Depot presents metalsmith Anna Lee of Elkton and watercolorist Amy Snowden of Kill Devils Hills, N.C. as guest artists for February. The two sisters, who collaborate in their jewelry business, will be at the Depot February 12 from 1 to 3 p.m. in the historic Crozet train depot, 5791 Three Notchd Rd.

Lee and Snowden named their business, Mary Maveline Originals, after their two grandmothers, Mary Eloise Kelsoe and Maveline Gammill, whom they honor as beautiful, industrious, and special women. Lee paints original miniature watercolor paintings, then frames between glass panes with a lead-free solder to become a part of jewelry crafted by Snowden.

Chase and Stephanie Hoover are the new owners of the former Colony Motel on the Waynesboro slope of Afton Mountain. Theyre giving it a complete overhaul, and will open this summer as the Grey Pine Lodge. Chase Hoover said theyll also have space for indoor and outdoor events.

Mi Rancho in Old Trail has completely remodeled its interior, with walled booths, fresh paint, and south-of-the-border statuary.

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