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  • Thursday April 27th, 2017
    Cinco de Mayo celebrations stretch beyond the Mexican border and it’s a worldwide party. It’s a day to take in all the great things about the Mexican culture and is filled with parties, food, fun, cerveza, and, of course, tequila. To help you plan your Cinco de Mayo party, let’s explore a few fascinating tequila and Mexican-inspired cocktails. Salud! Read more here
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  • Friday April 21st, 2017
    Virginia’s extensive railroad history makes for some incredible opportunities for exploring. The scenic New River Trail State Park is a prime example. Located in southwestern Virginia, the park features one of the best rail-trails in the country. The trail is nearly 60 miles in length and can be enjoyed hikers and bikers alike. Here’s more on this fascinating abandoned railroad track that spans from Fries ...
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  • Tuesday April 18th, 2017
    Park rangers work hard to protect and maintain Belle Isle’s natural resources. Meet at the Visitor Center for a hike where we will learn about some of the tricks and tools that resource rangers use. You can even lend a hand with some light trail work. This hike will be less than a mile round trip over easy trails. We recommend dressing for the weather ...
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  • Tuesday April 18th, 2017
    Salisbury steak is a classic American dish, similar to Hamburg steak and not too different from meatloaf and meatballs (except in shape). Seasoned with onion, garlic, and plenty of black pepper, formed into a steak-like patty, and pan-fried, it’s served with a rich and meaty mushroom brown gravy that’s made in the very same pan. Mashed potatoes and buttered peas make particularly good accompaniments. read more ...
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  • Tuesday April 18th, 2017
    Wednesday, April 26, 2017 – 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. The “Heathsville Historic District” in Northumberland County will be the site for Historic Garden Week in the Northern Neck on April 26 from 10 am to 5 pm, according to the event’s co-chairs Lynn Hower and Tami McCauley. Historic Garden Week in the Northern Neck is sponsored by the Garden Club of the Northern Neck and is ...
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  • Wednesday April 12th, 2017
    We are absolutely loving these bright and beautiful home-dyed Easter eggs featured on And Puppy Makes Three. Sure to add a little color and spunk to your family’s Easter fun, these eggs were created with basic supplies found around the house —including masking tape, sticker dots and rubber bands. Instead of using a store-bought solution, Mama Laura also stuck with vinegar, food coloring and water — and ...
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  • Wednesday April 12th, 2017
    Ever wonder where the Easter Bunny sprang from? Learn more about the traditions of this chocolate-filled holiday. For Christians, Easter is a deeply religious holiday, celebrating the day Jesus arose from the dead after the Crucifixion. It has also become a highly commercial event, full of chocolate rabbits, decorated Easter baskets, and colorful eggs. And, of course, there’s the Easter Bunny, dropping off baskets of treats ...
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