On Sunday, May 21, Bayside Youth Ballet will present their Spring Gala, “Celebrating the Classics and the Contemporary” at 2:00pm in the Harry M. Ward Auditorium at Mathews High School. Included in the program of jazz, classical ballet, modern, and musical theater are selections from Coppelia, the classical ballet, performances of Broadway classics and a dance to the classic rock sounds of Queen.
Tickets for this celebration are $12 for adults and $7 for children under 10 and are available at the Mathews Visitor Center and Diggs School of Dance in Gloucester, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 804.694.5900 for more information.
Museums of Middlesex are having a free SCAVENGER HUNT! Phone app scavenger hunt will take place at all 3 museums between on March 18th from 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Players can start at any of the museum locations and proceed in any order.
Chase History Across Middlesex: Scan QR Codes, Answer Trivia Questions, Snap Photos, Complete Challenges, Get Point and Earn Rewards!
First to finish receives a $100 cash reward, second gets $50 and third gets $25! All participants will get a gift.
It’s FREE ** Limited to Only 100 players ** SIGN-UP today!
Once you sign-up you will be emailed instructions on how to download the app and the password. The scavenger hunt questions will not appear until the day of the event.
Middlesex County Museum, 777 General Puller Hwy, Saluda, VA
Urbanna Museum, 130 Virginia Street, Urbanna, VA
Deltaville Maritime Museum, 287 Jackson Creek Road, Deltaville, VA
Saturday, May 13th, 2017
9am – 4pm
Sunday, 18th December 2016
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Harry M. Ward Auditorium
Mathews High School
9889 Buckley Hall Rd Mathews, VA 23109
Bayside Youth Ballet will present their annual Christmas performance on Sunday, December 18 at 2:00PM at the Harry M. Ward Auditorium at Mathews High School. The ballet company will be performing “The Enchanted Doll Shoppe”, with Marionettes, a Ragdoll and a Jack in the Box among the lively, dancing dolls. This performance marks the second presentation of the Enchanted Doll Shoppe by the company. The premiere performance of “Journey to the Land of the Sweets”, Act II of the Nutcracker, will also be presented this season. The popular Sugar Plum Fairy, Waltz of the Flowers and other excerpts from this beloved classic will be performed by dancers from Gloucester, Mathews, Middlesex, Norfolk and West Point as well as guest performances by students from Diggs School of Dance. With 33 dancers ranging in age from 7 to 18, new and exciting choreography, and lavish costumes, the program is sure to be a family favorite during this Christmas season.
Tickets for the performance are $12 for adults and $7 for children under 10 and are available at Office Supply in Gloucester, the Mathews Visitor Center and Diggs School of Dance in Gloucester or email email@example.com. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Don’t miss out on the event we in Deltaville wait for all year-the Jackson Creek Christmas Cruise. Thanks to the generosity of Walt Hurley and Tim Haley we will have two deadrise boats for the cruises, the Bethpager and the Robin J.
On Friday, December 9 (rain date, December 10), there will be four cruises: 4:30, 5:30, 6:30 and 7:30 pm. Best to arrive at the Community Center about 15 minutes early. Forty-five tickets will be available for each cruise. Tickets for adults (anyone over 12) are $8. Children 12 and under are admitted free of charge but must have a ticket and be accompanied by an adult. The Community Center will close at 8pm this year so if you are on the 7:30 cruise come early for cookies and cider before your cruise. All others are welcome to stay until 8 pm.
Tickets include a roundtrip hayride from the Deltaville Community Center to the town dock, a boat ride on either the M.V. Bethpager or M.V. Robin J., and free homemade cookies and cider at the Community Center.
The DCA will again have a contest for the best homemade cookie, bar, or sweet at the Cruise. There will be two prizes: a $50 Gift Certificate from J & W Seafood for the entry judged “best” and a $50 Gift Certificate from Nauti Nell’s for the People’s choice award. The rules are simple. Your creation must be homemade, you need to fill out a brief descriptive form, and you must deliver your entry to the DCA Community Center by 4 PMDecember 9. Multiple entries are allowed. Winners are encouraged to share their recipes.
Mark Your Calendars!
Passport To Shopping ~ Deltaville, Va.
Crazy Santa Sale ~ Saturday, Dec. 3
Visit 7 Shops for Great Deals, Door Prizes & Snacks!
- Store Hours Vary
- Nauti Nell’s
- J & W Seafood of Va. Inc.-
- The Crabby Couple Gift Shop
- Hurd’s True Value
- Coastal Comfort Home Furnishings
- Pat’s Gallery & Gifts
- Boaters’ Boutique @ DYC
Benefit Slow Pitch Softball Game
Date of Event: Saturday, 17th September 2016
Start Time 7:30 pm
Location Deltaville Ballpark
Street address Ballpark Road
Benefit Slow Pitch Softball game, Deltaville Volunteer Fire Department versus Hartfield Volunteer Fire Department. Last event at the Ballpark of the season. Last event under the existing grandstand canopy. Come have dinner with us, full concessions available. Hot dogs, burgers, peanuts and popcorn!
$5.00 donation requested, Kids 12 and under are Free.
SO LONG SUMMER SALE – SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 – (STORE HOURS VARY)
SHOPPING FUN WITH SNACKS, DISCOUNTS & DOOR PRIZES!
- NAUTI NELL’S
Nautical Gifts & Consignments
- J & W SEAFOOD OF VA. INC
Gourmet Seafood & Wine Market
- THE CRABBY COUPLE GIFT SHOP
Nautical Gifts, Décor & Salt Life
- HURD’S TRUE VALUE
Gifts, Apparel, Shoes & Hardware
- COASTAL COMFORT SLEEP BOUTIQUE
Mattresses, Linens & Home Décor
- PAT’S GALLERY & GIFTS
Custom Framing, Prints & More
- BOATERS’ BOUTIQUE @ DYC
Apparel, Jewelry, Gifts & Décor
Get Your ‘Passport’ Stamped at Each Shop. Enter To Win Door Prizes!
Follow Up Your Shopping With a Great Concert at Deltaville Ballpark! 6-9 PM, SlapNation Concert w/ proceeds toward Historic Ballpark Renovations.
Saturday, 23rd July 2016
Start Time 9:00 am
Ending Time 5:00 pm
Venue Location Freeshade Community Center
Street address 1544 Regent Road, Syringa, VA
Bring your family for a day of home-grown fun! There will be indoor and outdoor arts and crafts, farm animals, face painting, music, locally grown fruits and vegetables, a tomato growing contest and salsa making contest. Hartfield Fire Department will be offering favorite summertime cookout foods. Middlesex Kiwanis Club will be selling snow cones and popcorn at throw-back prices: only 5 cents!! There will be a soft serve ice cream truck and music by DJ K-Love.
Contests will be judged at 11:00 am and awards will be given at 12:30 pm. The tomato contest judging categories will be the biggest, weirdest, best plate of 3 and best tasting. The salsa contest’s judging criteria will be dependent on taste, aroma, consistency, freshness, creativity of recipe, color and if the tomatoes were locally grown.
If you would like to enter the tomato contest or salsa contest, please contact Rachael Miller at (804) 758-4120 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to be a vendor or more information on the event, contact Michelle Brown at (804) 654-1363 or email@example.com