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  • Monday September 28th, 2015 Northumberland_County,_Virginia_seal
    By Jan Bates, Coordinator of Children’s Programs, Northumberland Public Library Northumberland Elementary School (NES) students celebrated summer reading in a big, big way. On Friday September 18, approximately 170 NES students reported to the school cafeteria for a Summer Reading Pizza/Ice Cream party. The invitation was extended to students meeting their summer reading goal: read 20 picture books or a combination of picture books (1 point each) ...
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  • Monday September 21st, 2015
    Local therapist, entrepreneur, author, consultant, and workshop presenter Ronnie Sidney has accepted an invitation to give two talks about his new graphic novel, “Nelson Beats the Odds,” at Rappahannock Community College. The first, sponsored by the RCC/Richmond County Public Library, is on Thursday, September 24, 6-8 p.m., in RCC’s Warsaw Campus lecture hall; the second, which can be heard in the lecture halls on both ...
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  • Monday September 21st, 2015 chesapeake_academy
    Dubbed the “Ultimate Food-Fest,” Chesapeake Academy’s Community Oyster Roast is set to have its 14th annual charity event on Saturday, October 17th from 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.   Featuring all-you-can-eat roasted local oysters, fried oysters, hamburgers, hot dogs, sweet potato french fries, clam chowder, desserts, beer, wine and soft drinks; this years Community Oyster Roast is a can’t miss occasion.  Tickets are available for $50 ...
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  • Monday September 21st, 2015
    The next free Computer Training Workshops will be held at the Northumberland Public Library on Tuesday September 29, Tuesday October 6 and Tuesday October 20. The training sessions, conducted by Shaneak Cockrell, will start at 1:30 p.m. Basic Computer Training will be offered on September 29. Kindle and Tablet training is slated for October 6 and Microsoft Word training will be held on October 20. The ...
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  • Monday September 21st, 2015 Northumberland_County,_Virginia_seal
    By Jan Bates, Coordinator of Children’s Programs Northumberland Public Library Over 50 local home-schoolers from the “What If? Wednesday” (WIW) Home-school Group, sponsored by the Northumberland Public Library, met at 2 p.m. on Wednesday September 16 at the United Methodist Church in Heathsville. This first meeting of the year was to recognize Constitution Day and to celebrate the successes of the WIW Summer Reading Program. WIW set a ...
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  • Monday September 21st, 2015 rcc
    During the week of September 28, Rappahannock Community College will host a variety of activities celebrating the region’s Native American heritage. The contributions and culture of our local tribes will be demonstrated through storytellers, musicians, dancers, vendors, exhibitions, presentations, and lectures. Throughout the week, the libraries on both campuses will host displays of books and videos about Native American life. In addition, portraits of Native Americans ...
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  • Monday September 14th, 2015 bay-wigo_logos
    Though not quite old enough to receive to receive their AARP discount at the movie theater, two of the Middle Peninsula’s most beloved radio stations have reached a mile stone this month: they turned 40 years old.   The Kilmarnock Museum is honoring this achievement rooted in longevity with a new exhibit boasting a robust, radio-related display.  Featuring over a dozen vintage radios, as well as ...
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