Sign up for the DVL 5k today! Saturday July 5th … Click the image for all the details.
The 2014 swim season is rapidly approaching and we are excited to begin all of our pool activities this year. Opening day will be Saturday, May 24, 2014 at 11 am. We look forward to seeing everyone soon.
Kelly Thomas and Jacob Lawson will be the pool managers this summer.
Membership discounts: 10% discount for NEW members if you join by May 31, and a $25 discount if you refer a NEW member.
Upon entering the pool, we ask that you continue to sign in DAILY. We encourage visitors as well. The guest fee remains at $5 per person. Arrangements may be made with either manager if you have week long visitors/grandchildren.
Parents are always responsible for their children’s behavior, even if they do not accompany them to the pool. We want everyone to have fun, but most importantly, we want to keep everyone safe. We expect members/guests to be courteous to others that are enjoying the pool.
We look forward to seeing everyone at the pool on opening day, May 24!!
We hope you had a Merry Christmas and wish you a happy New Year! A new video page has been added where we will post videos pertaining to our beloved Deltaville, Va. Click here to visit and view the new Jackson Creek Christmas Cruise video.
Wally Horton from the Middle Peninsula Planning District will be at the DCA meeting on Thursday night, Nov. 21, 2013, 7:00 PM to talk about Flood Insurance Changes and what it means for Deltaville citizens. For more information, please visit: http://www.mppdc.com/
The under construction Deltaville Maritime Museum exhibit building shows off her new windows as she waits for her red roofing to be installed. The opening for the entry door in the front has been set off by a covered porch and the large opening in the right side will allow exhibit and exhibit sections up to 12 feet wide and 9 feet tall to easily move in and out of the building. Roofing is scheduled to begin on Wednesday Nov 13th. The building is designed to recreate the “look” and style of the Stingray Point Hotel/Old Red Barn, an icon of Deltaville past.
Taken from the perspective of the North(back) wall of the new museum space, this picture shows the spacious “feel” of the interior. The airy center section 24’ wide and 25’ high in the center works with the two 10’ high by 24’wide side sections to give the room a unique look. At the far end, you can see the entry door and hall bounded on the left and right by the bathrooms and on top by the mechanical room. Reception, information desk and Museum offices will be just to the left after you enter. The new library space can be seen to the right through large door opening past the wood columns. Everything else will be exhibit area. The new roofing pans, caps and trim can be seen sorted and stacked on the floor.(photo by Powell)
This Saturday, Oct 26th 2013, 6-8pm at the Museum.
Blues Hall of Famer and 9 times Grammy nominee Bobby Messano brings his band to the Waterfront Park to celebrate the release of his tribute to Deltaville CD, “Welcome to Deltaville”.
“First Scoop” dug as new Museum building project begins: At 8:37am on Tuesday, Sept 17th, workers and equipment from local contractor William H Wright break ground on the first piece of the 72’ by 72’ footer for the new Museum building at Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park in Deltaville, VA.
The excavation marks a major milestone as the Museum rebuilds from the devastating fire of July 2012. Project projections are to have at least part of the Museum building online for the 2014 season.(photo by Bill Powell)