Indoor Yard Sale

Come early and enjoy a morning of shopping at our first Indoor Yard Sale of the season.  New supply of  HOUSEWARES, GLASSWARES, LAMPS, BOOKS, TOOLS, COLLECTIBLES

AND MORE.

 

All proceeds go to support the Museum’s Operating Budget!

Brain Injury Connections of the SV – Pediatric Support Group Meeting

Brain Injury Connections of the Shenandoah Valley will hold their first pediatric and family support group meeting on Tuesday, April 2 from 4:30-6:30 pm to be held at the RMH Wellness Center located at 2500 Wellness Drive in Harrisonburg. Families, Caregivers, and Children are all welcome. Speakers will provide information on the DD Waiver, CCC+ Waiver, and other community-based supports for families and caregivers. Children with a brain injury and their siblings welcome. Activities offered for children of all ability levels, and food and door prizes provided. Please visit http://www.bicsv.org/children/ to register. This event is free and open to the community.

Brain injury is the most frequent cause of disability and death among children in the United States. Children aged 0-4 years and adolescents aged 15-19 years are more likely to sustain a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) than any other age group, according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC).[i]

Brain Injury Connections of the Shenandoah Valley (BICSV) received an award to expand pediatric case management services for individuals affected by brain injury throughout Rockingham, Augusta, Page, Shenandoah, Highland, Bath and Rockbridge Counties, and the cities located within. The three-year grant from the Commonwealth Neurotruama Initiative (CNI) Trust Fund is administered in cooperation with the Virginia Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS). For more details about Brain Injury Connections of the Shenandoah Valley, Inc., please visit our website at www.bicsv.org or call 540-568-8923.

Brain Injury Connections of the Shenandoah Valley, Inc., formerly Crossroads to Brain Injury Recovery, is a local non-profit that enhances the lives of individuals affected by brain injury through cultivating connections with information, services and resources. The organization was founded in 2005 as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Brain Injury Connections combines public and private resources to provide specialized services for persons affected by brain injury in the Shenandoah Valley.

The non-profit organization’s main service is brain injury case management. Brain Injury Connections is committed to serving those with the greatest need and least resources, and we do not charge a fee for services.

Black History Month at the Plains District Museum

Robin Lyttle of the Lucy Simms Center in Harrisonburg will discuss Not Everyone was Enslaved—Freeborn in the Shenandoah Valley,

a look at the black families in the area who were freeborn.  Freeborn is defined as not born into slavery.