Join us on Saturday, May 23, 2015 9a-9p
Presented by the Deltaville Community Association
Deltaville by Day & Deltaville by Night has so much to celebrate!
Deltaville’s Memorial Day Festival Celebrates Life on the Waterfront. You’ll find a wonderful group of seafood “mini-restaurants”and distinctive arts and crafts vendors and more in the village.
We are a (leashed) pet friendly event!
Family waterfront activities at the Deltaville Maritime Museum including loaner SUP paddle boards and kayaks. Feel free to bring your own, if you want.
Rides on the Explorer and tour of the restored “FD Crockett” buyboat from yesteryear. Boat Rides are free!
Museum displays and activities! 11:00 a – 2:00 p
Raw Bar featuring National Oyster Shucking Champion Deborah Pratt and her sister Clementine Macon in the village.
Rappahannock Railroaders Train display on Ballpark Rd in Village
Deltas Baseball Game in the afternoon 2p on Ballpark Rd in Village
Free Child ID Program at Masonic Lodge
Antique Boat Show
Free Swim all day at the Deltaville pool! Deltaville Sharks Swim Team Snow Cones for sale!
LIVE music to entertain while you Eat and Shop – Music for Everyone!
For all the details, visit Deltavilleseafoodfestival.com
You can view and print the 2015 Deltaville Seafood Festival vendor application here!
Romp At the Rivah Sale!
Visit All 11 Stores & Enjoy Your Rivah Romp!
Shop Your Way down Rt. 33
Deltaville, Va 23043
Food! Prizes! Discount Pricing!
(Store Hours Vary)
Coffman’s On the Coast
The Table at Wilton
J & W Seafood
The Crabby Couple Gift Shop
Coastal Comfort Sleep Boutique
Pat’s Gallery & Gifts
Boaters’ Boutique at Deltaville Yachting Center
Come to sailing camp at Fishing Bay Yacht Club! Several camps and classes to choose from for kids aged 5 to 18! You do not have to be a member. Offered through the summer.
Date of Event Saturday, 13th June 2015
Start TIme 9:00 am
Ending Time 4:00 pm
Venue Location Fishing Bay Yacht Club
Street address 1525 Fishing Bay Road
Cost of Event – $190.00
Rappahannock River Railroaders is holding an Open House on Saturday December 6th 10am – 2pm at 83 Ball Park Road. They will have their G, O and HO gauge trains running. Model trains are everyone’s favorite, especially near Christmas time. Bring the whole family. Light snacks and drinks will be provided. Admission is FREE!
Thanks to everyone for making The Deltaville Seafood Festival 2014 a great success! Below are a few pictures showing the fun (and great food) had by all!
On Saturday July 5th Oyster Festival Queen contestant Makenzie Fletcher will hold her community service project Shuck ‘Em Out of the Park along with her Spat Lorelei Cook, daughter of Frankie and Kristen Cook. The fun begins at 9:30 with blow-up slides, bounce house, an obstacle course, a dunking booth, cotton candy and games galore.
All runners completing the Deltaville 5K “Deltaville is great” race will be presented with a free swim ticket to the Deltaville pool from9:30-12:00. Family members of the runners will pay a guest fees of $5.00.
The fun will continue with the Deltas game at5pm and Shuck ‘Em Out of the Park will begin after around 8pm members of the former Middlesex Boys League and Middlesex Little League will play is a 3-4 inning slow pitch softball game guaranteed to entertain all. Ending with an All-Star Home Run Derby and crowning of the Shuck ‘Em Queens! Tickets for the game are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for 12 & under. All proceeds will go to the repairs, improvements and renovations of the Deltaville Baseball Park.
Come out for some family fun to support the Deltaville Baseball Park and Makenzie Fletcher and her Spat Lorelei Cook the 2014 Oyster Festival Queen and Little Miss Spat Contestants.
Nineteen year old Thomas Nelson Community College music major, Tom Euler is a native of Middlesex and resident of Hart?eld. His tasteful and powerful style won him 5th place in the Blues Guitar category at Lee Ritenour’s International Music Competition this year (sixstringtheory.com). He is a member of the Bobby Blackhat Band and is also a songwriter. (soundcloud.com tom euler music) Tom will take the stage at Something Different Restaurant on Virginia Street in Urbanna on Friday, June 27th, from 8 until 10 PM with bassist Wes Mallory and drummer Mead Usry.
This will be a rare chance to hear great original music and enjoy crowd pleasing covers of Jimi Hendrix, Allman Brothers, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Lang, Joe Bonamassa, Eric Clapton and others.