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  • Monday May 11th, 2015 tour_de_chesapeake
    The Tour de Chesapeake in Mathews County will be held this coming Saturday, May 16, 2015. Enjoy over 100 miles of great flat routes with views of the Chesapeake Bay everywhere you turn, delicious local eats, toe-tapping music, and nice, down-home folks to help you with whatever you need! Tour de Chesapeake is a family-friendly cycling event located in Mathews County, on Virginia’s Middle Peninsula. The supported ride is all day on ...
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  • Monday May 11th, 2015 Susan+Upavista+Konasana
    In 2010, Susan opened InsideOut Yoga. She offers Vinyasa Flow and Hatha Classes for all levels. Her principle sources of instruction are her personal practice and what she learns daily from her students. She lives in Irvington with her husband and their three children. This coming weekend Susan will be participating in the Kekoka Yoga Retreat at Camp Kekoka in Kilmarnock. Name: Susan Johnson Name of business/company you ...
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  • Monday May 11th, 2015 Denise-and-Kae
    The sixth annual Kekoka Yoga Retreat (KYR) will take place May 15-17 on the waterfront shores of YMCA Camp Kekoka in Kilmarnock, announced retreat chairman, Susan Johnson. The theme this year is “One Love.” Whether you’re brand new to yoga or have been practicing for years, all levels of experience are welcome, said Johnson. The event is sold out for this year, so if you are interested ...
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  • Monday May 11th, 2015 books
    A generous bequest of $100,000 from the estate of Marvin H. Camp has been received by the Northumberland Public Library and library officials are very grateful for it. “What a wonderful surprise!” commented Eve Jordan, the President of the library’s Board of Trustees. She termed the bequest “just the right start for our future expansion, and a real tribute to the love in our community for ...
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  • Monday May 04th, 2015 America-the-Beautiful2
    The Northern Neck Orchestra presents its Spring Concert, “America the Beautiful”. The concert will feature works by Tracey Rush, Nancy Deussen, Aaron Copland, Morton Gould, Leroy Anderson and Alfred Reed and in joint performance with The Chesapeake Chorale, Dr. Cheryl Brown Davis, Director; World Premiere Performance, “Virginia, 1861” by Robert Wendel; and works by Randall Thompson and Rex Mitchell. Guy Hayden is the Conductor and Music Director. The concert will be held on ...
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  • Monday May 04th, 2015 Paul-Reber-photo
    Paul Reber is the Executive Director of  Stratford Hall. He began his career as a Park Ranger with the National Park Service. Reber says “History museums, and Stratford Hall in particular, provide a vital public service.” Name Paul Last Reber Name of business/company you work for: STRATFORD HALL Where were you born? City/State Philadelphia, PA Education BA, Gettysburg College, MA, George Mason University, Ph.D. University of Maryland Where do you live? Kinsale Best business decision you ever made: Buying a ...
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  • Monday May 04th, 2015 stratford_trades
    Stratford Hall’s Traditional Trades Fair Will Focus On Interior Trades of the Eighteenth Century When walking through a historic home have you ever asked yourself “how did they make paint back then?” or “how was such an intricate cornice made?” If you visit Stratford Hall’s Traditional Trades Fair on May 9, 2015, from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., these and many more insights will be gained. You ...
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