MiddleNeck Living

  • Monday June 15th, 2015
    Each year the Animal Welfare League holds its’ Dog Gone Dog Show in Irvington. This year the event will be held on October 17th with a rain date of October 24th. Each year we sell ads to businesses and individuals for our insert which appears in the Rappahannock Record the week before the dog show. Along with advertising, which is helpful when you are trying ...
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  • Monday June 15th, 2015
    Kay Campbell is the owner of The Fat Finch Cafe in Tappahannock. Stop by while in town for RivahFest! Name Kay Campbell Name of business/company you work for: The Fat Finch Cafe Where were you born? City/State Fredericksburg VA Education Graduated from W&L High School…attended Rappahannock Community College…worked in the food service business for over 25 years Where do you live? Warsaw Virginia Best business decision you ever made: To open the Fat Finch Café on Prince ...
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  • Monday June 15th, 2015
    RivahFest 2015, an annual community festival will be held this year in downtown Tappahannock Prince Street on Saturday, June 20th. RivahFest 2015 will be even better than last year. Dozens of volunteers have been working for months to prepare for the June 20 event. And the best news of all is that entry to the RivahFest 2015 area is FREE – only a small charge for children’s ...
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  • Monday June 15th, 2015
    Westmoreland State Park will launch their “Music on the Cliffs” Summer Concert Series June 20th. The concert series will continue every 3rd Saturday until September. Visit the beautiful park, listen free to great live music! According to the DCR website, the concerts are staged behind Westmoreland State Park’s Visitor Center. The field is located 200 feet up on the cliffs overlooking the Potomac River. What a ...
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  • Monday June 15th, 2015
    3rd Thursday is Sponsored by Chesapeake Bank and endorsed by the Lancaster By the Bay Chamber. The monthly 3rd Thursday The Buck Stays Here event is an expansion of the biannual Shop Local Day celebrations first introduced by Chesapeake Bank in fall 2012. The 3rd Thursday concept takes “The Buck Stays Here” initiative beyond two days a year and promotes keeping it local one day a month, specifically, the 3rd Thursday ...
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  • Monday June 15th, 2015
    Gloucester Arts on Main presents a one-night perfomance by Hiroya Tsukamoto, a one-of-a-kind composer, guitarist and singer-songwriter from Kyoto, Japan. His music reflects the South America movement Nueva Cancion. He has appeared across the nation and internationally. The performance will be held on Saturday, June 20th at A dinner is being offered before the show, featuring the delicious tastes of Tuscany. (Vegetarian entree available upon request – ...
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  • Monday June 08th, 2015
    The 2015 Historic Church Tour is Saturday, June 13th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ticket price $12. Children under 13 free. Ticket are available at Cattails, Chesapeake Bank, Flowers from the Heart, Hudgins Pharmacy and at the Mathews County Visitor and Information Center. The Mathews County Historical Society invites you to their Historic Church Tour. This year they have decided to showcase the architecture, history and culture of Mathews County through one ...
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