Farmville is a creative community focused on entrepreneurship, innovation and the arts where extraordinary artisans shape glass, turn wood and paint murals on the sides of historic buildings... where visitors can shop in spectacular stores, dine in excellent restaurants and browse through aisles of awesome antiques... where tourists can stroll through the largest outdoor art gallery in eastern North Carolina... and where businesses can thrive and prosper and residents can enjoy a vibrant and friendly community.

The goal of the Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center is to serve and strengthen our businesses and further their collective interests while advancing the Farmville community and the region. The Chamber is proud to support and assist our businesses through networking, marketing, advocacy and education. As a membership-based organization, the Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center is a vital force in recruiting new business, supporting existing businesses, encouraging development, and enhancing and promoting the town.

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Farmville recently launched its new Art Trail that contains 20 points of interest including sculptures, "ghost signs," and murals. The event took place at the H.B. Sugg Mural and Pocket Park where Mayor John Moore and Town Commissioner Alma Hobbs both spoke along with several other people. Each piece of artwork contains a QR code so you can learn about the installment on the 1.2 mile self-guided tour.

Congratulations to the winners of the second annual Haiku Contest sponsored by the Farmville Public Library, the Farmville Community Arts Council and the Chamber of Commerce during National Poetry Month. First Place - Tracy Donohue; Second Place - Deb Higgins; and Third Place - Sierra Guay.