Page County VA Farm

Willow Grove Farm Market sells a variety of local and regional products in a charming shop on 340 South in Luray. During the season, look out the window and see their products growing in the owners ‘century farm’!

Page Co-operative Farm Bureau, Inc. was formed in 1921 by local farmers as a way to pull resources to co-operatively purchase farm supplies. Today’s Co-op still serves that purpose as well as also supplying feed, see, hardware, fencing, electrical, plumbing and building materials to a wide range of Page County customers.

As seasons change, the Co-op strives to cater to the needs of customers. Spring brings lots of garden seeds, lawn supplies and potted vegetables and flowers. As summer approaches, they bring lawn furniture, garden water fountains and Page County Grown vegetables. Fall gears up for lawn clean-up, Carhartt clothing and pumpkins. They offer ice melt, coveralls, snow shovels and heating supplies for winter.

Page Co-op provides a variety of services, such as making keys, and cutting glass, chain, rope, electrical wire and fencing. They also cut rebar, make deliveries, make custom feeds and can fill propane tanks. They repair small engines, weigh out seeds and sell bulk mulch, stone and sand.

Page Co-op is proud to market Page County Grown products from Paw Paw’s Honey, Green Acres Farms and Survivors Farm.

  • Brooklyn’s Luray Market Collective
    Brooklyn’s Market Collective is an artist, craft, and artisan small business incubator. Find locally grown produce, meats and handmade breads and a variety of local arts and crafts. Located in the old coop building at 139 Virginia Ave, Luray, Virginia. (571) 353-4384. Wed-Fri: 12:00 pm-6:00 pm; Sat: 10:00 am-6:00 pm,Sun: 11:00 am-6:00 pm.
  • Performing Arts Luray is a local, non-profit organization established in 2005 by a group of like-minded individuals for the purpose of bringing the performing arts to our region.

Through the generosity of several donors, PAL was able to begin the process of purchasing the vacant BB&T Bank building in the center of downtown Luray.  Hard working volunteers then transformed the building into a theater with a stage, dressing rooms, a wardrobe room, and rooms for private performance art instruction.  The result is the PAL Center for the Performing Arts, a unique venue for varied performance genres, as well as a location for the community to gather and to hold private functions.

Performing Arts Luray has audiences of various ages, ranging from senior citizens to children, and various interests.

At PAL, we strive to provide a variety of quality performances to appeal to those audiences and their diverse interests. We also work cooperatively with the Page County Chamber of Commerce, Luray Downtown Initiative, and the Town of Luray to support their activities and to serve as a venue for several of them.

Our Parties on the Plaza not only provide opportunities for our local, budding performers to display their talents outside on our plaza during the warmer months, but they also serve as a draw to downtown and a gathering place for young professionals, residents, and tourists alike on Friday evenings and a draw to downtown Luray.

Working together we hope to make our community and our region a cultural and economic destination.