Broadway Hometown Partnership

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In this rapidly evolving situation, we encourage you to seek and heed the latest expert guidance, and to make fact-based decisions. We will be updating our website to reflect any cancelled or rescheduled events, and urge you to contact any businesses directly ahead of time to be sure they are open for business. Click here for updates and resources.

The Great Broadway Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for Saturday, April 4, has been cancelled.

A Partnership for Community

The Broadway Hometown Partnership is focused on three primary components for creating a better community for both residents and businesses:

  1. Physical Beautification of Broadway
  2. Promotion of Broadway through culture and events
  3. Economic Revitalization of Broadway


Working with the Town and businesses, we aim to make the town more attractive.

Culture & Events

BHP’s events create positive memories for Broadway’s residents and attract visitors from throughout the region. Along with numerous other community attributes, these events contribute to Broadway’s family-friendly atmosphere.

Economic Development

BHP strives to enhance an environment conducive to economic development through supporting existing businesses and assisting in the recruitment of new commercial enterprises.

Do you own a business in Broadway? Join our Facebook group for business owners and be a part of the conversation!

Our Board Members:

Current 2020 Board of Directors:

Cari Orebaugh, President, Broadway Resident
Chad Comer, Vice President, Owner of Blue Ribbon Nursery & Town Council Representative
Eddie Long, Treasurer, Broadway Resident
Peggy Grandle, Secretary, Broadway Resident

Eugene Bare, Manager of Broadway CoWorking
Mary Byrd, Owner of Carpet Tech of Virginia
Cannessa Collins, Broadway Resident
Bob Harris, Owner of Dr. Bob Harris, DDS
Terri Hoover, Artistic Director of The Schultz Theatre Off Broadway Players
D. D. Hulvey-Sellers, Broadway Resident
Dawn Murray, Owner of The Village Arts Center
Kyle O’Brien, Town of Broadway Manager
Lisa Schmidt-Zweigler, Owner of The Cottage on Louisa

Brenda Black, Executive Director

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