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The Pocahontas Chapter of Virginia Master Naturalists will accept registrations through November 30 for the 2015 basic training class which will be held from January 6 through mid-April.
What a delightful evening I had at Wrexham Hall, recently. Donna Brennan (co-owner) invited me to their first Wine & Food Pairing event. I was thrilled at the prospect of giving it a swirl! The exquisite menu was prepared by MOSAIC Catering.
The Beta Mu Sorority of Hopewell is proud to announce its 56th annual fund raiser, which will be held on Saturday, November 22, 2014 at 6 p.m., Elizabeth Davis Middle School in Chester. Requirements for entry are
Beach Community Grange Bingo, Doors open 6 p.m.; games begin 7 p.m. Beach Community Grange, 11401 Bundle Rd.
Until Interstate 95 was completed in 1964, U.S. Highway 1 was the most heavily traveled highway in Virginia, according to Tim O’Gorman, who just authored a book called “Spending the Night on Virginia’s Main Street.”
For the second year in a row, I attended the Sheriff’s Pig Roast. It was held last Saturday at Campbell Spring’s Farm on River Road which is currently owned by Wayne Campbell.
Free Historic Walking Tour of Richmond. Repeats every week on Sunday and Saturday until Sunday, October 26. 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Park on 5th St. Tour starts in front of Brown’s Island.
Dickie King celebrated his lovely wife, Alena, with a disco themed thirtieth birthday party. It took place in the banquet room of their restaurant, King’s Korner. The event with over 90 guests, did not end until 2 a.m.