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  • Monday July 20th, 2015 rcc
    Two events providing helpful information about Rappahannock Community College’s Fall 2015 advanced life support programs have been planned for this month. Individuals wishing to enroll in the Advanced EMT, Intermediate EMT, or Paramedic programs should attend one of these: either Wednesday, July 29, 4-6 p.m., or Thursday, July 30, 7-9 p.m. The college’s interactive video facilities allow interested persons to choose between three convenient locations. The ...
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  • Monday July 20th, 2015
    Craving a cheeseburger in paradise?  Still hunting for that pesky, lost salt shaker?  The 3rd annual Paradise Day is a parrot-head-party for all Buffett lovers at the Yankee Point Marina, in Kilmarnock.  Festivities include: Caribbean food, dancing, music and more!  Happy Hour is from 4-6, a Caribbean buffet from 5-9, and live music by Salty Dawgs from 8-11 ($5 Cover.)  Dancing starts after dinner, and ...
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  • Monday July 20th, 2015
    Hosted by the Rappahannock Art Gallery, Katie Mahoney will instruct students how to represent animals through the material clay.  You will practice basic methods of working with clay and learn techniques of carving and sculpting to create the animals you have seen or imagined.  This is a wonderful opportunity for children to express their creativity and imagination in a tangible art medium. Ages 7-12.  Call 436-9309 to ...
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  • Monday July 20th, 2015 gloucester_seal
    WILD DAYS CAMP For children entering 1st to 5th grades in the fall.  A week of fun for kids featuring arts & crafts, sports, games, special guests & more.  Dress for outdoor fun, must wear tennis shoes & bring your lunch. July 27-30, 9 am-Noon, Abingdon gym, $49, deadline July 20   ROBOTICS For children entering grades 1-8.  The objective of this camp is to introduce the basics of robotics.  All ...
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  • Monday July 13th, 2015
    On Tuesday, July 21, the Rappahannock Community College/Richmond County Public Library will sponsor a viewing of the documentary “Breathing Life Into the Chesapeake: Of Oysters, Boats, and Men.” In it, Emmy Award-winning producer and director Dave Miller tells the story of the resurgence of the Chesapeake Bay’s oyster industry after decades in decline, examining the past, present, and future of a lifestyle and livelihood dating ...
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  • Monday July 13th, 2015 beer
    Featuring music from James Justin & Co. and Pam Gurley with Fiddlesticks; Raise the Roof is providing barbecue, ice cream, soft-drinks, souvenir beer glasses, and five tasting tickets, all for the $45 cost of admission.  Hosted at Historic Christ Church, 420 Christ Church Road in Weems, Raise the Roof will run from 4pm – 8pm on July 18th.  Additional beverage and meal tickets will be ...
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  • Monday July 13th, 2015
    Dubbed a “Totally Non-Serious Painting Event;” Gloucester Arts on Main is hosting “Art from the Vine,” an opportunity to casually indulge in one’s artistic element.  The event carries a $35 fee, which covers food, wine, and all necessary supplies.  Host, Jennifer, will guide participants step-by-step to a completed painting, and encourages individuals to bring there friends and enjoy a relaxing evening of art. Click Here ...
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