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  • Thursday July 07th, 2016
    Whether you’re a stay-at-home parent or a working parent, it’s likely that summertime gets tough. When kids are home all day, or at least out of the routine of school, they get bored easily. Boredom often leads to whining or other forms of mischief. So what if you’re looking to keep your kids busy, but don’t want to spend loads of money on a trip to ...
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  • Thursday July 07th, 2016
    Summers in Virginia are beautiful –but they can be hot. Very hot. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to keep cool in the summer heat. We’ve put together a list of just a few of the activities and outdoor amenities you can take advantage of this summer. From sprinklers to sailboats, there’s no reason to let the summer be anything but amazing! Keep Cool Here
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  • Thursday June 30th, 2016
    Music and food at Town Marina. 7pm boat parade on Urbanna Creek, boats vying for the best decorations. 9pm fireworks over the creek. The only fireworks in Middlesex County. Make-up rain date: July 3rd Get all the details here
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  • Thursday June 30th, 2016
    Independence Day Weekend in Reedville: Kids Activities, Boats in the Water (build your own toy sailboat) Tattoos, Face Painting, Pie Eating Contest, Firetruck Hose Down, Sack Races, Egg Toss, model trains will be running, fireworks, music and more…. Get the details here  
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  • Thursday June 30th, 2016
    NORFOLK, Va. – AAA projects that nearly 90 percent of travelers in Virginia will be hitting the roads this Fourth of July holiday weekend, making it the highest travel volume on record. According to AAA, the holiday travel time period begins Thursday goes until Monday. Vice president of Public Affairs for AAA Tidewater Virginia, Georjeane Blumling says it’s very important for drivers to be prepared for the trip ...
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  • Thursday June 30th, 2016
    The nation’s capital celebrates the Fourth of July with a bang. Along with viewing the dynamic fireworks show on the National Mall, visitors can celebrate America’s birthday in dozens of venues and in a multitude of ways. Here is a list of 15 entertaining places where revelers can experience the fun and spirit of Independence Day in the most American of settings. Find 15 ways ...
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  • Thursday June 30th, 2016
    Irvington celebrates the 4th of July each year with its traditional “Hometown Parade”. Once can describe this event as both a scene from Norman Rockwell and sophistication not often seen in such a small town in America. The parade route winds down scenic King Carter Drive and around Irvington Road led by a local Grand Marshall. A total of over 100 parade entries follows, which ...
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