The profits from the coffee shop go to support the Miskito Indians living on the Rio Coco (the Coconut River), which is the border between Nicaragua and Honduras. Our mission is to support their schools– to equip and train the 54 teachers and 1,200 students who live on the river. Our mission locally is also to connect with you, by serving you a quality cup of coffee, and welcoming you into a space to relax and connect with others in.
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The name says it all…something for every taste! Fresh selection of donuts and bagels daily. Get here early or you might miss out as the favorites sell out often. Also features egg sandwiches, bagels and spreads and specialty coffees.
Convenient to RU, nightly specials, pool, drink specials, too.
Trace the history of area railroading in this historic depot and find model railroads. Displays and local historical exhibits.
Save time. Save money. Everyday.
In the more than 250 years since Mary Draper Ingles was captured by Shawnee warriors, escaped and made her historic return journey to the New River Valley of Virginia, much has been written and produced about the preeminent colonial heroine. Mary represents...