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Barktoberfest Dog Walk and Festival at Mill Point Park

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Wed, Sep 19, 2018 @ 10:45 AM

matt-nelson-259365-unsplashBarktoberfest (previously Paws for a Cause), the Peninsula SPCA’a annual fundraiser will take place at Mill Point Park on Saturday, October 20 from 12-5 p.m.

The family- and dog-friendly event will include rescue animals, vendors, exhibitors and community partners, all to benefit homeless animals at the shelter.

The annual Dog Walk is also back!  Guests don’t have to participate in the Dog Walk to attend, but those who do must register in advance. 

Registration fees for the Dog Walk:

  • between September 4-30 – $15
  • between October 1-16 – $20

Barktoberfest includes fun fall activities, live music, and a craft brew beer garden!

Festival admission is $5 per person. A Barktoberfest Package – which includes a Bow-Wow beer tasting ticket, Dog Walk registration, event admission, a souvenir glass and an exclusive Barktoberfest t-shirt – is available for $35.

All proceeds will benefit the Peninsula SPCA’s animals and programs.

Barktoberfest...just another reason why we love where we live!

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$5 Admission to The Mariners' Museum and Park in September

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Wed, Aug 22, 2018 @ 01:13 PM

1431191834The Mariners’ Museum and Park is offering $5 admission for anyone who brings in a non-perishable food donation for the Peninsula Food Bank during the month of September in honor of Hunger Action Month. Each person must bring a donated item to receive this special admission price. Offer not valid with other discounts or on movie tickets.

For more information about the Peninsula Food Bank and Hunger Action Month, visit: http://hrfoodbank.org/hunger-action-month/ 

For a list of the most needed items, visit: http://hrfoodbank.org/the-foods-we-encourage/ 

Today, The Mariners’ Museum sits in an urban oasis – the 550 acre park is now home to the 167-acre Lake Maury and the Noland Trail – a five-mile shoreline trail with fourteen bridges. Within the Museum itself you will find 90,000 square feet of exhibition galleries including the prestigious International Small Craft Center, and the award-winning USS Monitor Center. This state-of-the-art exhibition and conservation lab houses 210 tons of artifacts from the Civil War ironclad Monitor, which were recovered from NOAA’s Monitor National Marine Sanctuary.

The Mariners’ Museum Library and Archives is home to over 78,000 books; 800,000 photographs, films, and negatives; and over 1 million pieces of archival material, making it the largest maritime library in the Western Hemisphere.

The Mariners’ Museum and Park...just another reason why we love where we live!

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22nd Annual Neptune Wine Festival

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Wed, Aug 22, 2018 @ 11:42 AM

photo-1519671482749-fd09be7ccebfSeptember 15th and 16th, 12-5pm

3001 Atlantic Ave
Virginia Beach, VA
 
Join your friends by the oceanfront for an afternoon hosted by Virginia's leading vineyards. A great day trip from Richmond, Williamsburg, or the Peninsula. Taste from over 70 wines while you meet and greet the fascinating people who are forging Virginia's reputation for quality wines. Enjoy delicious food, live entertainment and the opportunity to purchase the wines you like by the bottle and case.
 
Each tasting ticket includes a commemorative wine glass and tastings throughout the event. You must purchase a ticket to enter the event. Saturday Tasting Ticket: Advance Tickets: $40 | Until September 9 Week of Event Tickets: $45 | Until Sold Out Saturday VIP Ticket:$50 advance purchase only, includes exclusive access to the event one hour prior to standard ticket holder access. Click to purchase tickets.
 
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT: Saturday 12:00-2:00pm - Joe Gosman Band 2:30-5:00pm - Cheap Thrills Sunday 12:00-2:00pm - Mike Proffitt Trio 2:30-5:00pm - Borderline Crazy
 
The Neptune Wine Festival...just another reason why we love where we live!
 

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Tags: Locals - 101 Reasons, events, event-Richmond, event-Williamsburg, event-Peninsula, relo-richmond-local, relo-peninsula-local, relo-williamsburg-local, event

Kids Summer Arts Program at Blue Skies Gallery- Now through August 30th

Posted by Grayson Moore on Thu, Jul 05, 2018 @ 04:09 PM
Does your child enjoy art? Check out the Kids Summer Arts Program at Blue Skies Gallery in Hampton. Students will learn various techniques through the use of different mediums including watercolor, acrylics, pixel art, abstraction, sculpture and more. Classes are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays through August 30th, 2018 from 10AM to noon and 1PM to 3PM. Half day classes are $35 per day or $85 per week and full day classes are russn_fckr-66974-unsplash$45 per day or $120 per week. All supplies are included but students are advised to wear older clothing as many projects will involve paint and glue and can be messy. For more information visit the Blue Skies Gallery website here. The program is for children ages 8-16 and seating is limited. The Blue Skies Gallery is located at 26 S King Street Hampton, VA 23669. You may reach them by phone at (757)-727-0028 or by email at manager@blueskiesart.com

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Third Annual Funhouse Fest

Posted by Grayson Moore on Tue, Jun 19, 2018 @ 08:53 AM

Are you looking for a weekend full of amazing music, delicious food, and thirst-quenching craft beer? Look no further than Funhouse Fest in Williamsburg this Friday and Saturday, June 22nd and 23rd. Enjoy music from Alison Krauss, Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers, the Virginia Symphony Orchestra String Quartet, Amos Lee and more. Taste delicious creations from food trucks including Bodacious Pizza, Capt’n Crabby and Cast Iron Catering Company. Take a break from the heat and sample thirst-quenching craft beers from Alewerks, Billsburg Brewery and Devil’s Backbone. Funhouse Fest will be held on the lawn of the Arts Museums of ColonialIMG_2213-750x500 Williamsburg, located at 326 Francis Street W, Williamsburg VA  23185. Tickets may be purchased online, at the Virginia Arts Festival Box Office (440 Bank Street Norfolk, VA) or by calling 757-282-2822. Tickets may also be purchased at the Williamsburg Municipal Building, located at 401 Lafayette Street, Williamsburg, VA 23185 (open Monday through Friday from 8AM to 4:30 PM).  For more information about the event, consult the Frequently Asked Questions section.

 

 

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Tags: events, event-Williamsburg

Spring Tour of Homes in Patriots Landing

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Tue, May 15, 2018 @ 02:31 PM

Join us for a Spring Tour of Homes in Patriots Landing May 19th & 20th from 12-5!  Meet Kevin McNulty from LifeStyle Builders on Sunday and enjoy our free ice cream truck.

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At Patriots Landing in New Kent County, experience the serenity of living in a rural environment and the convenience of being only fifteen minutes from downtown Richmond. A planned, new home community of custom and waterfront homes located near Interstates 64 and 295, Patriots Landing is close to shopping, dining and entertainment, both in the Richmond and Williamsburg areas. With private, wooded homesites and plentiful amenities, Patriots Landing has so much to offer!

Interested in a brand new home in Patriots Landing?  Download the price list below.

Download the Patriots Landing Price List

 

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LPGA Kingsmill Championship: May 14th–20th

Posted by Grayson Moore on Mon, May 14, 2018 @ 11:06 AM

Come out to Kingsmill Resort this week to enjoy LPGA Golf on the beautiful River Course. The LPGA Kingsmill Championship is a must for golf enthusiasts and the resort has proudly hosted over 30 professional golf events in the past. The 6,326 yard Par 71 course designed by Pete Dye proves to be an enticing challenge to even the ak-n-cakiner-651430-unsplashmost skilled players. All overnight guests of Kingsmill Resort receive complimentary clubhouse tickets during their visit. To purchase tickets visit http://www.thekingsmillchampionship.com/  

 

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Hilton Art Show & Porch Walk

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Wed, May 09, 2018 @ 03:12 PM

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The Hilton Art Show & Porch Walk is taking place on Saturday, May 12th from 11am to 7pm!

Stroll through Hilton Village's commercial district, down Main Street and to the James River and view and purchase incredible local art. Live music, food trucks, and a beer garden will be on site.

This event is part of Hilton's Centennial Celebration happening all year long!  

Hilton Village is a planned community located in Newport News, mid-way between Virginia Beach and Williamsburg. Hilton was built in 1918 as part of the war effort to house shipyard workers. Hilton sits on 100 acres of land between the C&O Railroad and the James River. When it was first built, it was a block of houses and a strip of stores in the middle of a vast forest, connected to the shipyard and the rest of the city by a streetcar. After World War I, the homes of Hilton were rented out, and later, sold as private residences. The quality housing of the village and its convenient commercial district became a big draw for the area. Hilton Village was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1969. The village is full of stories waiting to be told from its rich history. Hilton Village started as neo-traditional town planning in 1918 that translates today as a modern community that both treasures its history and looks toward the future. 

Visit http://www.hiltonvillage100.com/ for a calendar of upcoming events.  

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Win a Pair of Tickets to Yorktown's Blues, Brews, & BBQ!

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Mon, Apr 23, 2018 @ 03:00 PM

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Win two FREE tickets to Blues, Brews, & BBQ (a $60 value)!

Liz Moore and Associates will be sponsoring the Wine Garden at this year's event at Riverwalk Landing in Yorktown and we'd love to see you there, too! Click the link below to enter and tell us why you love where you live. The winner will be drawn on May 3rd.

Enter to Win

Sample more than 25 different craft beers, dig into some amazing BBQ, and listen as some of the best Blues musicians in Hampton Roads take the stage at Riverwalk Landing. This year’s Blues, Brews & BBQ on May 5th, 2018 promises to be the best yet! At 12:30, The Jukes will deliver an entertaining performance steeped in swing, boogie, and down-home blues. Then, at 3:30, the Michael Clark Band will take the mic to blend the Blues with a little soul, rock, jazz and fun. NEW this year – a wine garden included in admission. Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door

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Water Street Grille Running Club- Wednesdays at 6PM

Posted by Grayson Moore on Tue, Apr 17, 2018 @ 02:27 PM

Do you enjoy running? Do you also like delicious food and craft beer? If so, then the Water Street Grille Running Club is for you! The club participates in a free, weekly family-friendly 5k run/walk every Wednesday at 6PM. The route begins on the beachfront of Yorktown Riverwalk Beach, continues onto Main Street of Historic Yorktown and goes by the Visitor Center, arek-adeoye-213476-unsplashending up on the beach side of Water Street Grille. Afterword, be sure to stick around and socialize and enjoy a meal ($8 for runners/walkers) and a refreshing drink. For more information call (757)-369-5644 or visit www.waterstreetgrille.net

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