MiddleNeck Living

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  • Thursday May 05th, 2016
    Join us as we showcase the area’s hottest Blues musicians, perfectly paired with sumptuous BBQ and over 15 of your favorite craft beers. With music in the air, experience the best Hampton Roads has to offer with more than 35 incredible local vendors against the backdrop of the gorgeous York River. Get the details here.
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  • Thursday May 05th, 2016
    This is the premier social event on the Northern Neck! You’ll enjoy a Sumptuous Spread, including smoked rockfish, BBQ, fried chicken, steamed shrimp, and all the accompaniments, plus Mint Juleps, open bar and live Bluegrass Music. Spend some time looking over our fabulous Silent Auction. You’ll find restaurant certificates, gift baskets and many unique, hand-crafted items. Then place some bets on your favorite ponies and ...
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  • Friday April 29th, 2016
    There are a variety of beach outfits you could put together for your beach vacation, beach event, beach date, or day at the beach. Depending on why you’re going to the beach in the first place will determine what type of beach outfit you should wear. Beach outfits that are a little dressy are great for dates at the beach or some sort of beach event. ...
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  • Friday April 29th, 2016
    Homemade blackberry syrup is the secret ingredient to whipping up this pretty-in-pink champagne cocktail. Garnish with fresh thyme sprigs to add an herb-infused flavor and a leafy-green flora. This lively cocktail by Lark and Linen is the perfect way to toast the season. Click here for the recipes
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  • Friday April 29th, 2016
    “There he is,” one of the fishermen aboard a charter boat can be heard saying on a video. And then there it is — on a slightly gray video because of the rain — a humpback whale breaching several times in waters about five miles off Solomons Island, Md., in the Chesapeake Bay. A group of seven fishermen captured the humpback whale breaching Friday afternoon. They were ...
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  • Friday April 22nd, 2016
    Begin your art-filled tour day in the garden at Cedars Bed & Breakfast, the tour headquarters and refreshment area. Vintage cars highlight the walk to the homes and gardens on Burns Lane. The first home is known today as Bel-Mede. It was built near Wakefield in 1770 and was moved to Williamsburg in 1947 by a William and Mary art professor to become the first ...
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  • Friday April 22nd, 2016
    When Gloucester and Mathews were founded in 1651 and 1791 respectively, they were blessed with beautiful waterways where colonists soon built their homes. As a consequence, today’s residents benefit from some very old historic homes, as well as the ancient trees that were planted with them.  The book Remarkable Trees of Virginia sought to register the most ancient and largest trees in the Commonwealth.  Two ...
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