Contact Name: Kalee Freedy

www.citymarketbuilding.com


Welcome to Charter Hall, Downtown Roanoke’s premier event space. Located on the third floor of the City Market Building the space offers history, flexibility, and state of the art technology. The space can accommodate up to 460 people for meetings and 240 for formal dining.


Charter Hall is available for weddings, wedding receptions, corporate events, reunions, business meetings, board meetings and more. Our on-site staff is excited to help plan your event and we configure a custom layout for each event. Call us today at 540.986.5992.


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Contact Name: Christa Stephens

The Stone House at Black Dog Salvage


The Stone House at Black Dog Salvage is a fully renovated, upscale guest house and special event venue built in 1911 and designed for modern day living. Original architectural details add warmth and character throughout the house. In addition to a unique getaway, The Stone House at Black Dog Salvage serves as the ultimate showroom for architectural salvage inspired design, as seen on the DIY Network series Salvage Dawgs. Located minutes from Historic Grandin Village and Downtown Roanoke, and adjacent to the Roanoke River Greenway. Guests have easy access to biking, outdoor recreation, shopping, and dining.


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While putting together this website, we could have never imagined that our first blog would be about the passing of RWN’s founder, Vicki Itson.


Today we lost a leader, a person with big dreams for our industry.


Vicki Itson started the Roanoke Wedding Network back in 2010 with a few friends and a goal to grow the industry through networking to help all of us.


As we sit here and think about Vicki, we tell ourselves we won’t cry, instead we will remember her smile and the way her whole face lit up. We will remember her laughter; do you remember how she laughed surrounded by her friends at the “Beat Bob” fundraiser at The Glen? We will remember how she loved working with couples of all ages to help them have the wedding of their dreams. We will remember how she devoted so much time to create the Roanoke Wedding Crawl to help grow business opportunities for every business in our industry.


But mostly, we will remember how she was a devoted mother who loved her boys with every fiber of her being. So we will try not to cry, but instead take comfort in the knowledge that Vicki loved God, and she is in his embrace today, and we will remember her laughter.



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