MiddleNeck Living

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  • Monday September 21st, 2015
    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
    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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  • Monday September 14th, 2015
    Reprising his role for the 13th year, Dick Saxer will be the M.C. for the 18th annual Dance Extravaganza; a show billed as a one-of-a-kind event, presented by The Kilmarnock Museum and sponsored in part by the Rappahannock Foundation for the Arts. This year, The Kilmarnock Museum is pulling out all the stops with a line-up featuring dancers from Linda’s School of Dance and Spotlight ...
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  • Monday September 14th, 2015
    On August 28, Rappahannock Community College hosted a convocation for the well-qualified instructors who teach its high-school-based dual enrollment classes. The Glenns Campus event offered new teachers an introduction to RCC’s online methods of maintaining contact between teachers and students, while returning faculty explored advanced interactivity tools and engaged in round-table discussions about classroom expectations and content delivery. All attendees had the opportunity to meet ...
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  • Monday September 14th, 2015
    Northumberland Public Library’s Board of Trustees held their Annual Meeting on September 9 in the library’s Meeting Room. The Board elected four new board members: Queen Jordan, Philip Gainous, Bruce Craig and Larry Wagner. Two members completed their terms:  Sue Eades and Rives Hardy. Library officials welcomed the new Trustees, and are excited by the talents that they bring to the library. “We offer a hearty ...
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  • Monday September 14th, 2015
    The Rappahannock Community College Educational Foundation’s Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning (RILL) is pleased to bring back “Studying and Protecting Our Historic Places: Virginia’s Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula,” with instructors Dr. David Brown and Thane Harpole. The three-session course will be held on October 14, 21, and 28 (Wednesdays), 1-3 p.m., at RCC’s Kilmarnock Center, Room 100. This course gives an overview of Middle Peninsula ...
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  • Monday September 14th, 2015
    Bon Secours Rappahannock General Hospital will host the inaugural Stroke Camp event on Friday, September 18, 2015 from 8:45 am – 2:00 pm at the BSRGH Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine Center (43 William B. Graham Court, Kilmarnock, next door to Northern Neck Family YMCA). Geared toward survivors of stroke disease and caregivers, the day will include a lineup of informative presentations and activities regarding stroke recovery. Some ...
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