NLM2 image smallNight of the Living Museum Returns for Two Nights of Non-Scary Family Halloween Fun ... Ready for a "wild" night of spooky animals, trail walks, pumpkin carving, pirates and princesses? Night of the Living Museum returns to the Virginia Living Museum for the 18th year on Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. This is a nonscary Halloween event for families with kids ages 12 and under. The Museum will close at 4pm on both days to prepare and decorate. Families are asked to wear their favorite costume and trick-or-treating will take place throughout the museum. (Read the Article) (Have a Comment?)
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Lennox imageHelen Walker Loves to Scream . . . BINGO! ... With the news surrounding Sarah Hyden-Smith, first female pastor in Lennox Valley, and Raymond Cooper’s conversion at the Lutheran Church, one might think the other churches on the town square took a back seat during the summer of 1998. But the good Lord works in mysterious ways, and during the summer of ‘98, it was more true in the valley than in most places. (See Page 2, October 19, 2017 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
Fall Wildfire Season Has Begun ... Fall wildfire season in Virginia begins Sunday (Oct. 15) and runs through Nov. 30. Residents are being asked to be extra careful with anything (matches, campfires, bonfires, mechanical equipment, etc.) that could cause a wildfire during this time. (See Page 2, October 19, 2017 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
BoatS imageBoat Stranded in Poquoson ... Well, it looks like this lovely boat has been stranded on the shores of Poquoson. Brian M. Lockwood was riding his jet ski on Sunday, October 15th, when he came upon this unusual sight. Zane Davis commented on Facebook that he spoke to the owner, and that he had to run it aground because it was taking on water. (See Page 2, October 19, 2017 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
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YorkFall imageDining, Music, Art, and History: Yorktown Features an Exciting Lineup of Fall Events ... There’s so much to do in Historic Yorktown this time of year. The season kicked off with the annual Fall Festival, and now we gear up to celebrate Yorktown Day with a special lineup of patriotic programs and events. (See Page 7, October 12, 2017 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
OldNew imageMaking the Old, New Again for Christian Education in Williamsburg ... Covenant Christian School (CCS), the only discipleship model, K-12 school in Williamsburg, sent their teachers to a ChildLight Schools Conference in Atlanta, GA to enhance their Charlotte Mason-style education. CCS is only one of two Charlotte Mason schools in the state of Virginia. Charlotte Mason was a 19th-century British educator who believed children are "whole" persons and as such, have the capacity to engage deeply in meaningful experiences. (See Page 5, October 19, 2017 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
YHS57 imageYork High School Class of 1957 Reunion ... The York High School Class of 1957 celebrated their 60th anniversary with a class reunion. The reunion was celebrated on September 16-17, 2017, with a dinner on Saturday night at the Boxwood Inn in Lee Hall, followed by Sunday brunch at the Island Restaurant in the Duke of York Hotel, and lastly a trip to the American Revolution Museum. (See Page 5, October 19, 2017 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
NQP28 imageView the Night Sky at New Quarter Park October 28 ... Join us at New Quarter Park on Saturday, October 28, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. as the NASA/Langley Exchange Skywatchers Astronomy Club sets up their telescopes to view the night sky. "Stargazing with the NASA Skywatchers at New Quarter Park is a chance for people to come observe the night sky through telescopes and binoculars and see things they otherwise might not get to see, and learn some astronomy as well,” said Paul Tartabini, president of the Skywatchers Astronomy Club. (See Page 7, October 19, 2017 Edition) (Have a Comment?)
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