After months of transformative renovations, the Round Hill Local Grocery will reopen Saturday, with special events planned from noon until 3 p.m.
The work has been a labor of love for new owner, Purcellville veterinarian Valerie Campbell, and her team.
“When the opportunity arose to buy the Round Hill Market after 40 years with the same owner, I jumped, flaws, challenges and all,” she said.
Since acquiring the property earlier this year, Campbell’s team donated or removed all the former inventory then worked with JD Watson & Co to rebuild the interior and generally breathe new life into the circa 1913 building.
The goal is to bring new local flavor with a beloved country inventory from in-season produce to Gina’s Pies, Rumalicious-Rum Cakes, Black Dog Coffee, Breaking Grains, Long Stone Farm, Veritas Artizen Chocolate, Harvest Symphony, and a selection of fresh and frozen meats. There will also be Heritage Breed Chicken fresh brown eggs & local healthy recipes with in-store ingredients, useful daily dry goods and of course old time candy and Hershey’s ice cream for the kids and pet treats.
The store will also carry beer and wine by December. Store hours will be 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. through the winter with longer hours come spring and summer.