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Seawall Music Festival, Olde Towne Portsmouth, Virginia

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Olde Towne Farmer's Market - Every Saturday

9 AM – 1 PM - Historic district market with locally and organically grown veggies, fruits, nut, herbs, beef, chicken, eggs, seafood, artisanal breads, scones, pastries, cakes, pies, jams, jellies, salsas, fresh, dried and silk flowers, soaps, lotions, pottery, arts/crafts. Just outside the Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center courtyard at Court and High Streets. Visit the Portsmouth Olde Towne Farmers Market website for more details

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Civil War Tours with Private James Cook

7:30 PM - Monday & Wednesday
June 3, 5, 10, 12
, 17, 19, 24, 26

Union occupation of Portsmouth during the Civil War is the focus of this walking tour lead by Private James Cook.

• All tours leave from the Renaissance Hotel, 425 Water Street, Portsmouth
• 60-75 minutes depending of the size of the group
• $10.00 / Two for $15.00 fee paid at the tour
• Groups of five or more may book a tour any day or time throughout the year with advance reservations.
• Advance ticket sales and credit cards available at:
   The Coffee Shoppe, 300 High Street
   Skipjack Nautical Wares and Marine Gallery, 1 High Street (on the waterfront)

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Olde Towne Living History Tours with Colonel Wm. Crawford

7:30 PM - Thursday & Saturday
June 1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 20, 22, 27, 29

Join Portsmouth's founder, Colonel William Crawford, for a stroll through four centuries of maritime history in the home of America's first and largest shipyard.  Hear tales of early growth and expansion, British occupation during the Revolutionary War and War of 1812 and Union occupation during the Civil War as you pass one of the largest collections of historic homes on the Eastern Seaboard.

• All tours leave from the Renaissance Hotel, 425 Water Street, Portsmouth
• 60-75 minutes depending of the size of the group
• $10.00 / Two for $15.00 fee paid at the tour
• Groups of five or more may book a tour any day or time throughout the year with advance reservations.
• Advance ticket sales and credit cards available at:
   The Coffee Shoppe, 300 High Street
   Skipjack Nautical Wares and Marine Gallery, 1 High Street (on the waterfront)

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My Heart Beats for Peace:  
Portsmouth’s Civil War Homefront

Through August 25 - In commemoration of the Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War. Drawing from regional history and local collections My Heart Beats for Peace explores the impact of the war on the homefront of Portsmouth, Virginia. The exhibit examines Portsmouth in the early days of the war, when Virginia seceded and became part of the Confederate States of America. The exhibit then concentrates on the Federal occupation of Portsmouth and the area, and how occupation affected the community from 1862 to 1865. Through artifacts such as daguerreotypes, carte-de-visites, letters, camp goods, tools, military equipment, uniforms and dresses the exhibit offers to take you back into wartime Portsmouth. My Heart Beats for Peace also offers a historical glimpse across time into the lives of its people, who despite their differences in race, gender and social status were forever changed by the Civil War.

Opening Reception: Reception: June 7, 5 p.m. -  8 p.m.

Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center (formerly the Courthouse Galleries) | 393-8543

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Brith Sholom:
A Cornerstone of Jewish Life in Tidewater

Through August 31 -  The Brith Sholom Center Exhibit at the Jewish Museum is now open, highlighting some of the memorabilia of this organization, its activities, and its membership  Brith Sholom a Jewish organization dedicated to the ideals of charity through fraternal, civic and social endeavors worldwide.  The exhibit is open Sunday’s from 2-4pm or by appointment.

Jewish Museum and Cultural Center - 607 Effingham Street Portsmouth, Virginia www.jewishmuseumportsmouth.org   757-391-9266

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Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit

Open through October 13 -  in the Courtyard.

Presented by the Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center (formerly the Courthouse Galleries) Corner of High & Court St. | 393-8543

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Crime Lab Detective

Open through August 31 - Visitors use scientific reasoning skills and forensic science to evaluate evidence and solve the burglary at the Johnson’s house. The exhibit offers two solution tracks presenting a challenge to visitors of all ages.

Children's Museum of Virginia, 221 High St., Portsmouth | 757-393-5258

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25-Family Yard Sale

9 AM - 2 PM - Twenty-five families are gathering in the parking lot at St. John's Episcopal Church to collectively sell a variety of items! Come see what we don't need anymore! One person's junk is another person's treasure!!

London Street in Olde Towne between Effingham and Washington Streets.
Click here for more information.

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Olde Towne Antiques to Flea Market

10 AM - 2 PM - The Olde Towne Antiques to Flea Market is conveniently located in the Middle Street Garage at the corner of Middle & London Streets and is held year round, rain or shine on the first Saturday of each month. Gates open at 10 a.m. and close at 2 p.m. Always Free Admission & Free Parking! Call 757-339-1876 for additional information.

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Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum
Hockey Family Fun Day

11 AM - 3 PM - Hockey themed arts and crafts as well as contests for the whole family.  Wear a shirt from the Admirals to receive $2.00 off admission.

Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum | 757-393-8031
206 High St. - Portsmouth, VA 23704

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Olde Towne Secret Garden Tour

1-5 PM - There will be 8 Private Gardens and 3 Pocket Parks on the tour.
The tour will feature an Organic Community Garden, The Historic Hill House Garden, and a European inspired Garden Pavilion as well as 5 beautiful and charming Secret Gardens.

Tickets are $15.00 and may be purchased at Little Shoppes on High and Bowman's Nursery. Proceeds benefit the pocket parks and green spaces in Olde Towne. For information call Nettie Fischer at 397-3232.

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Community-Wide Pig Pickin'

5 - 9 PM - Come celebrate the beginning of summer at a Community-Wide Pig Pickin' with Entertainment and Music along with great food! Entertaining auction begins at 6:30pm. Horse Rides begin at 5pm.

Tickets $10/adult; $5/kids 3-12; free/children under 3.
Purchase tickets at the door or online.

St. John's Episcopal Church's parking lot in Olde Towne at the corner of Washington and London Streets.

Contact: Clifford King Harbin

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Portsmouth Book Group

6:30 - 7:45 pm Are you a voracious reader who loves to talk about books? Come join the Portsmouth Book Group! Our book selections are eclectic, so we hope to attract a wide variety of readers. Try us out and share the titles you would like to discuss.

Churchland Library - For more information, please call 757-393-8759

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"tidewater table" Book Signing with Lorraine Eaton

5 - 7 PM - Little Shoppes on High at 425 High St. is proud to welcome Portsmouth's own, Lorraine Eaton, the Pilot's food writer and staff epicure. She will autograph her new book "tidewater table". Tidewater-centric fare featured in her cookbook will be served.

FirstEvents - Olde Towne Portsmouth

Held the first Friday through Sunday of each month, Olde Towne Portsmouth's business community opens its doors along High Street between Effingham Street and the riverfront. Events and activities include Arts to Antiques Flea Market, free museum admission, exhibit openings and art afternoons, and a lot more. Sponsored by the Olde Towne Business Association | 757-397-7173

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Friends of the Library Book Sale

Noon - 6 PM - basement of the Main Library, 601 Court Street

7Concert In the Courtyard - Free Music Series

5 - 8 PM - Enjoy music in the courtyard from Don Comer and Amy Ferebee. FREE

Opening Reception - My Heart Beats for Peace:  
Portsmouth’s Civil War Homefront

5 - 8 PM - In commemoration of the Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War. Drawing from regional history and local collections My Heart Beats for Peace explores the impact of the war on the homefront of Portsmouth, Virginia. The exhibit examines Portsmouth in the early days of the war, when Virginia seceded and became part of the Confederate States of America. The exhibit then concentrates on the Federal occupation of Portsmouth and the area, and how occupation affected the community from 1862 to 1865. Through artifacts such as daguerreotypes, carte-de-visites, letters, camp goods, tools, military equipment, uniforms and dresses the exhibit offers to take you back into wartime Portsmouth. My Heart Beats for Peace also offers a historical glimpse across time into the lives of its people, who despite their differences in race, gender and social status were forever changed by the Civil War. FREE

Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center (formerly the Courthouse Galleries) and PortsEvents | Corner of High & Court St. | 393-8543

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Friends of the Library Book Sale

10 AM - 4 PM - basement of the Main Library, 601 Court Street

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The Battle of Craney Island

10AM - 5 PM - Commemorating the bicentennial of the War of 1812.  Enjoy historic demonstrations and crafts. Free admission.

Presented by the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum and Lightship Portsmouth Museum | 757-393-8591 | www.portsmouthnavalshipyardmuseum.com

9First Sunday Breakfast, Brunch, or Lunch

Call your favorite restaurant for details.
Click here for a list of downtown area restaurants

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UPDATE!
Seawall Music Festival

Free waterfront concerts and family festivities. Come out and enjoy free entertainment from local and regional acts.
For more information please call 757-393-8481.

Saturday: 2:30 - 9:30 PM
• Salute to the Military/ Main Stage/ 1 pm
• White Lightening/ Water Stage / 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
• Children's Activities / 3 - 8 pm:
   Appearances by Patriotic Dress Dora & Spider-man
   Face Painters
   Balloonist
   Giant Inflatable's
   Gamer Bus
• Romonta / Main Stage / 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
• Swing Time / Water Stage / 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
• Forte Jazz Band / Main Stage / 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
• The Wilson Knight Project / Water Stage / 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Ray Goodman & Brown / Main Stage / 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
FIREWORKS! @ 9:30 pm

Sunday: 2 - 7 PM
The Good Life Band / Water Stage / 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm
The Original Rhondels / Main Stage / 4:30 to 7:00 pm

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Early Bird Walk

8 - 10:30 AM - Stroll around Lake Ballard with local bird expert Clark White to identify birds by sight and sound. Be prompt - gates close at 8:15 a.m.; late arrivals cannot be accommodated. Free of charge and no registration necessary. Donations are always appreciated.

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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Kayak Lessons

10 AM - New to kayaking? Learn the basics with kayak instructor Jim Wetherbee.  Arrive at 10 am for sign-in.  Your half hour lesson will run from 10:15-10:45.  $10, $5 members.  Kayak rental space is limited.  Reservations Required. 

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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Volunteer Work Day

10 AM - 1 PM - Join us to help maintain the grounds and trails of Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve. Sign-up through Volunteer Hampton Roads.

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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Picturing the Civil War: Wood Engravings of the Civil War by Winslow Homer

Open through August 4 - In 1861, Winslow Homer's lithographic began transitioning from transcribing Matthew Brady photographs of the war to his own distinct style of drawing.

Presented by the Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center (formerly the Courthouse Galleries) Corner of High & Court St. | 393-8543

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Hot Summer Fiasco at nTelos

Kick-off summer in Hampton Roads with a star-studded lineup for the first-ever "Hot Summer Fiasco" featuring Carly Rae Jepsen, Icona Pop, Cher Lloyd, MKTO, Nikki Williams and Classified.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m., Friday, April 19 at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations, charge by phone at 800.745.3000 or purchase online at wTicketmaster.com. Orchestra General Admission tickets are $39, Gold Circle reserved seats are $29, and Lawn tickets are $20, including facility and service fees. There is a $10.05 discount on Lawn and select Gold Circle seats for the first 100 hours starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 19th to 11:59 p.m. on Monday, April 22nd. There is a $3 discount with military ID and AAA membership card. Discounts can not be combined.

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Portsmouth City Council Meeting

Public Work Session

6 PM - City Hall Building, 801 Crawford Street

City of Portsmouth | 757-393-8639

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Earth Wind & Fire at nTelos
*Rescheduled from Friday, June 7

Earth Wind & Fire was inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame in 2000 and given Lifetime Achievement honors from the NAACP, ASCAP, and BET. VH1 ranked EW&F at 60 of the Top 100 bands of all time.

Tickets go on sale at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations, charge by phone at 800.745.3000 or purchase online at ticketmaster.com.

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Portsmouth City Council Meeting

Public Work Session - 5 PM

Regular City Council Meeting - 7 PM

City Hall Building, 801 Crawford Street

City of Portsmouth | 757-393-8639

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The Lumineers at nTelos

Opening acts are Cold War Kids and J. Roddy Walston and the Business. The Lumineers are an American folk rock band, based in Denver. The two founding members and songwriters are Wesley Schultz (lead vocals, guitar) and Jeremiah Fraites (drums, percussion). Schultz and Fraites began writing and performing together in New Jersey in 2005. Neyla Pekarek (cello, vocals) joined the band in 2010. Stelth Ulvang (piano), and Ben Wahamaki (bass), joined the band as full-time members in 2012. Their self-titled debut album was released on Dualtone Records on April 3, 2012, eventually peaking at #2 on the Billboard chart in January, 2013. As of December 2012, their debut album has been certified gold in the US, UK, Australia, Canada and platinum in Ireland.

Tickets go on sale at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations, charge by phone at 800.745.3000 or purchase online at Ticketmaster.

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Battle of Craney Island Bicentennial - Flag Day

10:00 - 10:45 am - Trinity Episcopal Church opens for tours at 9 am. A celebratory program will begin at 10:00 am. beside the Emmerson-Battle of Craney Island stained glass window. Program includes guest speakers.

Hosted by the Portsmouth History Commission  

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26th Annual Cock Island Race

Held at North Landing featuring live entertainment, food, and beverages each night. Events at North Landing are FREE and open to the public. Food and Beverages available for purchase.

On Friday:
3 - 6 PM Music by Elton Williams
6 - 9 PM Music by “COOLIN’ OUT”

On Saturday:
9 AM - 3PM Sailboat Race
3 - 7:30 PM Music by Elton Williams
7 - 8 PM Awards Ceremony
8 - 11 PM Music by “ISLAND BOY”

For more information contact 757-393-8481
Presented by: The City of Portsmouth & the Portsmouth Boat Club

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BeWILDer Book Sale

10 AM - 4 PM - Come browse and buy from a wonderful selection of gently used natural history, plant, bird, natural crafts and wildlife books at Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve! All proceeds benefit Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation.

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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Kings of the Mic Tour at nTelos

Featuring LL Cool J, Public Enemy, Ice Cube & De La Soul

Tickets on sale at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations, charge by phone at 800.745.3000 or purchase online at Ticketmaster.com. $3 discount with military ID and AAA membership card. Children 12 and younger are free on the lawn with a paid adult admission.

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BeWILDer Book Sale

10 AM - 4 PM - Come browse and buy from a wonderful selection of gently used natural history, plant, bird, natural crafts and wildlife books at Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve! All proceeds benefit Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation.

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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Red Grant - Let Me Live Tour at Willett Hall

7:00 PM - Expressions Entertainment presents the rated #1 comedy show of the year. Featuring Luenell, B.T. Richardson's, Black Coffee and Experience Band. Hosted by Mike Brooks. Doors open at 6:00 pm.

Purchase tickets through Ticketmaster or at the Willett Hall box office
3701 Willett Drive

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Family Movie Night

6:00 PM - Enjoy a night out and bring your family to watch a movie on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. 

Churchland Library - For more information, please call 757-686-2538

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31st Annual Rotary BAR-B-QUE

3 - 9 PM - Food Served 4 - 9 PM
Chicken, BBQ & Beverages

ENTERTAINMENT:
6 - 10 PM: Bill Deal's Original Rhondels and the Deloreans

OLD Portsmouth Campus of TCC - College Drive, Suffolk
Portsmouth Rotary

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Movies in the Park - The Lion King

7 PM - FREE Disney movies projected on a large screen. Fun and
enjoyment for the entire family.

Sponsored by the Portsmouth Department of Parks, Recreation & Leisure Services

For more information, call 393-8481

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Paradise Creek Grand Opening of Phase 1

6:30 AM - 4 PM - Citizens, Businesses, Government & Schools Working Together to Restore The Elizabeth River Celebrate the opening of Phase 1 of a one-of-a-kind park. A partnership of Elizabeth River Project, the City of Portsmouth and Virginia Port Authority, Paradise Creek Nature Park teaches all ages what it takes to restore an urban river. Experience a living river and a leading harbor – being restored to balance. 

BioBlitz - 6:30 AM - 3 PM - Join area scientists to count the critters at the park on
opening day! Create a "snapshot" to compare as we continue to restore this site.
• 6:30 - 8 AM - Count birds;
• 10 AM- Noon - Count insects; count life in the bottom of the creek & wetlands;
• 11 AM - 2 PM - count trees;
• 2 - 3 pm - Count fish

Mayor's Walk - 8:30 - 9:30 AM - Get fit with Portsmouth Mayor Kenneth Wright. Walk 1 mile around the new wetland.

2 - 4 PM - Build bluebird and bat boxes, to take home or install at the park, or learn composting.

Paradise Creek
1141 Victory Boulevard, Portsmouth, VA
www.paradisecreekpark.org

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Port Norfolk Community Yard Sale

8 AM - 1 PM - Massive neighborhood-wide sale that spans every block.  You can pick up a map at any of the yard sales in the neighborhood and it will lead you to the next sale.  Walk or drive, you are sure to enjoy the day. 

For more information, please contact porchtalk@portnorfolk.org

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BeWILDer Book Sale

10 AM - 4 PM - Come browse and buy from a wonderful selection of gently used natural history, plant, bird, natural crafts and wildlife books at Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve! All proceeds benefit Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation.

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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Celebrate Kids!

10 AM - 5 PM - Fun, interactive activities and events for the whole family at the four Portsmouth Museums.

At the Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, the Rainbow Puppets present Footsteps in History. This show will take folks on a journey through time to discover a new nation that struggles to find freedom and opportunity for all people. With the arrival of African American slaves begins a struggle that explodes in Hampton Roads where the first land battle of the Civil War is fought at Big Bethel. The USS Monitor and the CSS Virginia fight off of Hampton's shores and warfare changes lives forever. Benjamin Butler frees slaves and Mary Peake teaches them under an oak tree where Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation is read. Show times are at 12:00, 1:00 and 2:00 p.m.  This show relates to the exhibits on display:  “My Heart Beats For Peace: Portsmouth’s Civil War Homefront” and “Picturing the Civil War: Wood Engravings of the Civil War by Winslow Homer.”

At the Lightship Portsmouth Museum, the Moody Crewe pirates try to take over once again.  Take part in their Schools of the Pyrate which will keep them too busy to take over the ship.  Once you are a schooled pirate, you can help ward off those scurvy pirates and keep the ship safe. 

Travel back in time at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum and commemorate America’s second war with Great Britain by stomping rockets into flight and creating your own military hat.  Visit with the Tidewater Maritime Living History Association as members demonstrate the lives of sailors past. 

At the Children's Museum of Virginia you will become a special detective while solving cases in this summer’s exhibit, “Crime Lab Detective.”  Activities include examining fingerprints, “I Spy” games, puzzles, illusions and special guests.   

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Portsmouth's Patriotic Celebration

11:30 AM - Noon - Come watch a huge Star Spangled Banner (15-star) being hoisted aloft. There will be patriotic music; a narrated retelling of the Battle of Craney Island; re-enactors in period uniforms; the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance; and a firing of a 21-gun volley.

High Street Landing

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Sunset Kayak Tour

6:30 - 8:30 PM - Kayak Hoffler Creek at sunset on a tour led by Jim Wetherbee.  Admission: $20, $10 members.  Kayak rental space limited.  Reservations required.  Call 757-686-8684 or email hofflercreek@hofflercreek.org to sign-up.

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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Avett Brothers at nTelos

A folk-rock band from Mount Pleasant, NC, the band is brothers Scott and Seth Avett, who play the banjo and guitar respectively, and Bob Crawford who plays stand-up bass. Joe Kwon, cello, and Jacob Edwards, drums, are touring members, with Kwon featured on recordings from 2007's "Emotionalism" to present. The Avett Brothers combine bluegrass, country, punk, pop melodies, folk, rock and roll, honky-tonk, and ragtime.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m., Friday, March 15 at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations, charge by phone at 800.745.3000 or purchase online at ticketmaster.com. General admission tickets are $39. There is a $3 discount with military ID.

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Portsmouth Celebrates
the American Cancer Society
Relay for Life

Noon, June 22 - 5 AM, June 23 - Portsmouth Campus of TCC
(120 Campus Drive) Call 393-8641 for more information.

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BeWILDer Book Sale

10 AM - 4 PM - Come browse and buy from a wonderful selection of gently used natural history, plant, bird, natural crafts and wildlife books at Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve! All proceeds benefit Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation.

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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Straight No Chaser at nTelos

Straight No Chaser brings its world-famous brand of a cappella singing to nTelos Wireless Pavilion on Sunday, June 23. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Formed at Indiana University in 1996, the 10-member group has established an enormous fan base for its unique blend of superb vocals and wit. More than 50 million YouTube views worldwide have been logged, and they have had sold out shows in this market before.

Tickets are available in the Pavilion only for Straight No Chaser and go on sale at 10 a.m., Friday, March 22 at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion Box Office and all Ticketmaster locations, charge by phone at 800.745.3000 or purchase online. Orchestra A tickets are $55; Orchestra B tickets are $45; and Gold Circle seats are $35, including service and facility fees. There is a $3 discount with military ID and AAA membership card.

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Battle of Craney Island Bicentennial Celebration

1 -4 PM - The Battle of Craney Island Bicentennial Celebration is part of Portsmouth's and Norfolk's two-day celebration commemorating the 200th anniversary of the historic Battle of Craney Island!  Join us for a family picnic followed by period music, military re-enactors, reading of the Victory Proclamation, Historian John Quarstein recounting the battle, games, and children's activities.

Tickets are available for purchase at Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation Headquarters (cash or check only): Adults $18.12, Ages 6 - 12 $10.00, Ages 5 & under free

For more information about the weekend's events, please visit the Norfolk Historical Society website

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Portsmouth City Council Meeting

Public Work Session

6 PM - City Hall Building, 801 Crawford Street

City of Portsmouth | 757-393-8639

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Teen Book Club

2:45 - 4 pm - Middle and high school teens ages 13 - 18 interested in the monthly teen book club. Participants get their books at the meeting.

Manor Library - For more information, please call 757-465-2916

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Portsmouth City Council Meeting

Public Work Session - 5 PM

Regular City Council Meeting - 7 PM

City Hall Building, 801 Crawford Street

City of Portsmouth | 757-393-8639

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Acme Reptile Show

10 AM - Come join Brian Fiske from Acme Reptile Shows to see and learn about reptiles. You might see alligators, snakes, turtles, amphibians and more! Please call 757-686-8684 or email hofflercreek@hofflercreek.org to register. Admission FREE. Donations always appreciated!

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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Kayak Lessons

10 AM - New to kayaking? Learn the basics with kayak instructor Jim Wetherbee.  Arrive at 10 am for sign-in.  Your half hour lesson will run from 10:15-10:45.  $10, $5 members.  Kayak rental space is limited.  Reservations Required. 

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve | 757-686-8684

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