Festivals, concerts and more taking place within easy reachon the Middle Peninsula (Middlesex, Mathews, Gloucester)and Northern Neck (Lancaster, Northumberland).
The second day of the four-day Laser Series. Laser, Laser Radial. Any class of three like singlehanded one-design boats is also invited to race.
Musicians TBA. 7-9 pm. At the Urbanna Town Marina. Bring your chair or blanket, and a picnic if you wish. Come by boat or by land. Free.
Build a Wright skiff together, and enjoy a race and picnic on the final day. Places limited, advance registration required.
Bring a chair or blanket, even a picnic, but no alcohol. Free. 6509 Main St, Gloucester. Till 7 pm. In case of rain, concert will move into the Colonial Courthouse.
Through July 28. Open to all Windmill Class boats.
The 4th Saturday of each month, April-November, brings the Farmers' Market to Deltaville's Holly Point Nature Park.
Market hours are 9 am to 1 pm with produce and crafts for sale. Breakfast and lunch served at Billz' Bistro.
A traditional farm-to-table and bay-to-table market. Local eggs, meat, produce and seafood. Every 4th Saturday May-October at Kilmarnock Town Centre Park.
Sincerely, Iris opens from 5 to 6, concert lasts till 8. On the grounds of the Deltaville Maritime Museum at Holly Point. Bring your own chairs or blankets. Buy food at the park or bring a picnic for an evening under the stars. In case of rain, the Pavilion will be used. Tickets $10 in advance, $15 at the gate.
Neil Simon's play presented in dinner theater at St. Therese Catholic Church, Gloucester, August 1-3, and a final show only on August 4.
Annual event at the firehouse. All-you-can-eat boiled crab. Burgers and hotdogs available. Beer for sale. Live music starts after the crab feast. 5 pm - midnight. $30.
Two days of racing, fun and camaraderie. Flying Scot, Front Runner, Laser, Laser Radial, Optimist, and any other one-design class, with 5 or more boats registered, are invited to race.
Taber Park in Urbanna hosts a farmers' market with local produce, honey, jams, meats as well as plants and arts and crafts. Till 1 pm.
Pick your way through bushels of crabs. Beer and wine are available for purchase and a silent auction adds to the festivities. Buy your tickets in advance; no sales at the door. Heaven Scent guests can request tickets when reserving a room.
A traditional farm-to-table and bay-to-table market. Local eggs, meat, produce and seafood. Monthly May-October at Kilmarnock Town Centre Park.
Jumbo Lump Daddy (Clayton Neal) opens 5-6 pm for Stuck on a Name. Concert wraps up at 8 pm. On the Museum grounds at Holly Point, Deltaville. Bring chairs and a picnic, or buy food on site. $10 in advance, $15 at the gate.
The second day summer racing event for the Lasers (Laser, Laser Radial).
Opening act from 5-6 pm TBA; then Sharon Rae North and Josh Walker Quarter play till 8 for this special Labor Day concert. On the grounds of the Deltaville Maritime Museum at Holly Point. Bring your own chairs or blankets. Buy food at the park or bring a picnic for an evening under the stars. In case of rain, the Pavilion will be used. Tickets $10 in advance, $15 at the gate.
First day of the four race-day One Design Fall Series. Flying Scot, Front Runner, other one-design.
The second day of the four race-day One Design Fall Series. Flying Scot, Front Runner, other one-design.
Sep 15-17 at the Chesapeake Bay Croquet Club, Hartfield. Starting time unknown: confirm with the club.
American Rules, Golf Croquet at Chesapeake Bay Croquet Club, Hartfield, Sept 19-22. Starting time unknown: confirm with the club.
The third race day of the four-day Laser Series for Laser and Laser Radial.
Saturday and Sunday. Once again, Alain Vincey will prepare the dinner.
Taste wines and oysters while strolling Urbanna. Live music. $25 ticket includes souvenir glass, map of participants, a free oyster tasting. Start at the Town Green. 4 - 7 pm.
Shrimp, crab, fried fish, burgers and barbecue along with artworks and crafts from dozens of exhibitors.
Enjoy a safe and fun family evening at Holly Point, made good and spooky for the occasion.
Set your clocks back an hour.
Be sure to vote!
Observed on Nov 12 this year
National and religious holiday.