~ October 2015 ~

October event and activity highlights featured below. Scroll down for the complete list.

Things Your Man Won’t Do October 3

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National Night Out Saturday, October 10

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The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race

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Museum Madness October 24

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Every Saturday 9 am – 1 pm

Olde Towne Farmers Market

Location: Court and High Streets outside the Courthouse Galleries Courtyard

Held every Saturday, May through November with special markets in April and December. 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.

October

2

5 – 8 pm

Concert in the Courtyard – Cancelled

Location: Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center

Due to inclement weather, the First Friday Concert in the Courtyard featuring More Cowbell has been cancelled.

For more information, please call 757-393-8543 or visit www.PortsmouthArtCenter.com

October

3

10 am – 2 pm

Olde Towne Antiques to Flea Market

Location: Middle Street Garage 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! Visit the Olde Towne Portsmouth website for vendor details.

October

3

10 am – Noon

Saturday Conversations Featuring Cheryl Willis Hudson

Location: Portsmouth Community Colored Library Cheryl Willis Hudson, vice president and editorial director of Just Us Books, an independent publisher of Black interest books for children and adults, shares her memories and remembers her family ties to Portsmouth including the Portsmouth Community Colored Library. Cheryl will also share her experiences about creating books for children. Families are welcomed. This event is free and open to the public. For more information call Linda Holmes, 757-393-8983, Ext. 20 or via email: holmesl@portsmouthva.gov

October

3 / Saturday

10 am – 4 pm

Fall Tuner Car Show @ nTelos

Location: nTelos Wireless Pavilion The pavilion plaza will be transformed into a start of the art Tuner Car show for the very first time. Individuals from throughout the region will be displaying their autos for all to enjoy.  The festival atmosphere will be enhanced with vendors and concessions as well as live music by DJ Joe Fu and a visit from the Portsmouth Tuner Fest Girls. This event is FREE and open to the public with FREE parking in the Portsmouth City lots. For more information, please visit the nTelos Wireless Pavilion website  or call 757-463-1940.

October

3

10:30 am

Clay Two Ways – Artist Demonstration featuring Daniel Johnston

Location: Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center & Orzo Ceramic Studio Daniel Johnston will travel from his home in North Carolina to demonstrate his expertise in ceramics with an amazing performance beginning at 10:30 am at Orzo Ceramic Studio, 600 Court Street, with a wheel throwing demonstration to create a large-scale vessel. The process with the same vessel will continues here at 1:30 pm with a surprisingly expressive method for surface treatment and slip trailing. At PACC he will offer a short presentation to illustrate his artwork. This event is sponsored by the Thomson Family Foundation and open to the public. Parking is free on Saturdays. For more information call 757-393-8543.

October

3

1:30 – 3:30 pm

Afternoon Paddle

Location: Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve Kayak Hoffler Creek with a guide for the afternoon. Enjoy the early fall weather, the active wildlife and fellowship with other paddlers.  Space is limited.   Registration is $35 for non-members; $20 for HCWF members. For more information, please call 757-686-8684 or visit www.hofflercreek.org.

October

3

7 pm

FRIGHT FLIGHT – Original Horror Fiction read by today’s top authors of suspense and gore

Location: Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center Five authors will gather at the Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center for an evening of ghastly thrills on this October night, reading to the delight of those who crave fear. Each will bring a new level of angst to this series of short horror excerpts. A Q-n-A panel will follow with a meet-n-greet booksale and signing. This FREE event will not be for the young or faint of heart – please use discretion. WILLIAM D CARL is recognized for his Euro-horror-homage “The School That Screamed”. He has published short fiction in over 25 anthologies and magazines. Carl lives in Cincinnati with his partner of over 21 years and 2 rather large dogs. He likes pie. GREGORY HALL is a comedian who hosts his radio show The Funky Werepig. He entertains with dark fiction found in publications such as his best known novel “At The End of Church Street”, and is a National Telly Award winner. RONALD MALFI resides in the Chesapeake Bay area and holds several honors including the Beverly Hills Book Award and Vincent Preis Horror Award. He is known for his memorable characters and haunting style of writing. CRAIG SPECTOR lives in Richmond and Los Angeles. He is a bestselling author and screenwriter known for such horror epics as “Nightmare on Elm Street 5”, “Fright Night”, and “The NYE Incidents”. JEZZY WOLFE lives in Virginia Beach with her ferrets and family. Her poems and stories are published in “The Odd Mind” and “Twisted Tongue”. She has also participated in several Smart Rhino anthologies.

October

3

4 & 8 pm

Things Your Man Won’t Do

Location: Willett Hall Rachel Braxton is fed up with all the things her man, Demetrius McAlister won’t do. And that list is long. Despite the fact that she’s given him her time, money and her love, Demetrius won’t commit. And now that he’s all wrapped up in his cousin, Damien’s dysfunctional relationship with over-the-top Katrina Bridges, Rachel reaches her breaking point and puts Demetrius out.  Determined to get his woman back, Demetrius turns to his friend Blake, a newly divorced psychologist who eagerly steps up to offer Demetrius a little advice. But soon Blake discovers the woman he’s trying to help Demetrius win back, is the one that got away. As love trumps his friendship, Blake is poised and ready to do all the things Demetrius won’t in order to get Rachel back.  As startling secrets are exposed and drama reaches an all-time high, will Rachel and Demetrius find their way back to each other…or will love lead them their separate ways?  Starring ~ Allen Payne, Leon, Terri J. Vaughn, Essence Atkins and Tony Grant. For more information please visit the Willett Hall website or call 757-393-5144

October 6 Through December 31

Sports Photography Contest & Exhibition

Location: Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum Have your photos on display at the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame. The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame & Museum is hosting a Sports Photography Contest and Exhibition. This annual contest is open to all with a love for sports and photography. Submit your photo today to win cash prizes and have your photo on display at the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame & Museum. For more information please call 757-822-1888 or visit www.tcc.edu/vac/

October

7

10 am – 2 pm

Annual College Art Transfer Fair

Location: Tidewater Community College Visual Arts Center Regional and national institutions offering four-year art programs provide transfer information and answer questions about their respective curricula.  Invited institutions include: Bellevue University, Chowan University, CNU, Corcoran College Art + Design, Elizabeth City State University, James Madison University, Kansas City Art Institute, Longwood University, MICA, NSU, ODU, Pratt Institute, RISD, SCAD, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, The Art Institute of Virginia Beach, VCU and Virginia Wesleyan College. For more information please call 757-822-1888 or visit www.tcc.edu/vac/

October

7

10:30 am

Memoir Writing Class with Lisa Hartz

Location: Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center Everyone has a story to tell but often lack the guidance to write it down. Lisa Hartz will instruct this beginner’s writing class (no experience is necessary) for adult students who wish to celebrate and preserve memories both good and bad, using easy prompts and sharing experiences through writing. Lisa Hartz holds an MA in English Writing from Hollins University, and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Miami. She is former Director of The Muse Writers Center in Norfolk, VA, and current Director of the Seven Cities Writers Project. Lisa has been teaching writing classes for over ten years, including previous classes at the museum. The cost is $115 ($100 for Members). Please call 757-393-8543 to register.

October

8

4 – 6 pm

The A.R.T. (Awareness, Recognition, Transformation) of Diversity

Location: Children’s Museum of Virginia How to integrate the arts and cultures within a community to build a “Cultural Community” The program’s theme is how the arts – performing, literary, and visual arts—can be used to define and highlight different cultures in a community and how, through these media, these cultures can be merged to create an enhanced cultural community. Panelists will be Michael Williams, Young Audiences of Virginia, Lisa Hartz, Seven Cities Writing Project, Portsmouth; and Donald Wilson, Art Institute. Social and political themed artwork will be exhibited by local artists, Crystal Johnson, Hampton University Museum, Donald Wilson, The Art Institute of Virginia, Ces Ochoa, Norfolk, and Fred Freeman, D’Art Center. Vanessa Torres, of the Hampton Roads Diversity and Inclusion Consortium, will also be a panelist on the program. The program is supported in part by the Portsmouth Museum and Fine Arts Commission. A reception will follow the program. Registration: $25 CAGHR members; $35 non CAGHR members Students (with ID) $15 call for group rates – Joan L. Rhodes-Copeland 757- 961-4002 or email joan@culturalli.org

October

10

9 am – 1 pm

National Night Out

Location: nTelos Wireless Pavilion National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods a safer, better place to live. Together, we are making that happen. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community and provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances. Neighborhoods across the nation host block parties, festivals, parades, cookouts and other various community events with safety demonstrations, seminars, youth events, visits from emergency personnel and exhibits. For more information please call 757-393-8092.

October

10

8 – 10:30 am

Fall Early Bird Walk

Location: Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve The Fall migration continues in October.  Stroll around Lake Ballard and beyond with local birdng experts to identify birds in the area by sight and sound.  Bring binoculars or spotting scope for best viewing.  Enjoy this quite time at Hoffler Creek before the gates open to daily guests.   Late arrivals cannot be accommodated; gates close at 8:10 am.  This program is free however donations to help support this and other Hoffler Creek nature programming are appreciated. For more information, please call 757-686-8684 or visit www.hofflercreek.org.

October

10

9 – 11 am

Forestry Stewardship (Service Day)

Location: Paradise Creek Nature Park Great for scouts, military and other groups.  Help us target invasive plants and rejuvenate the forest of Paradise Creek Nature Park.  Invasive plants impact the health of the forest by killing off natives, changing the habitat, and affecting the food chain.  Learn how to identify and remove these plants and what you can do at home to keep them away and restore habitat in your own backyard.  All ages welcome with adult supervision for those under 18. Free, but registration is required. For more information, please call 757-399-7487.

October

10

3 – 4 pm

Ranger Walk with Free Native Seeds

Location: Paradise Creek Nature Park Join our Education Ranger for a behind the scenes tour of the park in fall.  Learn insider facts, bring your binoculars to spy on wildlife, and have your nature questions answered by our ranger.  Bring home native seeds to being your own wildflower garden.  Suitable for adults and children.  Free but registration is required. For more information, please call 757-399-7487.

October

11

2 – 3:30 pm

Walk for H.O.P.E.

Location: Olde Towne Join us for a lovely 5K stroll through Olde Towne Portsmouth, beginning at Portside, as we work to strengthen our community and help our neighbors in need Anyone can join. Children in strollers and dogs on leashes are welcome. The Walk will start and finish Portside (between the Visitor’s Center and the Renaissance Hotel). For more information please call (757) 393-7848.

October

15 / Thursday

9 am – 1:30 pm

Portsmouth Homeless Assist Day

Location: Neighborhood Facility (900 Elm Avenue)

For more information, please call Sonya Perdue Bolton at 398-1971
To volunteer, call Kesia Vann at 398-1970

October

16-17

The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race

Location: Elizabeth River / Portsmouth waterfront The Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race (GCBSR) was founded to promote public awareness of the Chesapeake Bay’s maritime heritage and encourage the preservation and improvement of the Chesapeake’s natural resources. We accomplish this goal in part by donating the proceeds of the race to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, an organization working to protect and restore the Chesapeake Bay. To date, $172,624 has been donated to support children’s education programs of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.  The race begins in Baltimore, Maryland, and ends 127 nautical miles down the Chesapeake Bay in Portsmouth, Virginia. Entry is open to all schooner-rigged vessels. For more information please visit the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race website

October

16

2 – 4 pm

Service Day

Location: Paradise Creek Nature Park Become a river hero. Help us clean up the park, improve plantings, and learn river stewardship while you are at it.  Projects very by date.  All ages allowed with adult supervision for those under 18. Registration required. Groups please contact us in advance to schedule a private volunteer event. For more information, please call 757-399-7487.

October

17

7 – 8:30 am

The Great Migration Bird Walk

Location: Paradise Creek Nature Park Over 200 species of birds have been spotted at Paradise Creek Nature Park. Join local birder and Cape Henry Audubon Society Member David Gibson on a tour of the park during the fall bird migration.  David has been birding at Paradise Creek Nature Park since its opening and led the 2015 BioBlitz bird count.  Bring your binoculars or borrow a pair of ours.  All skill levels welcome.  Free, but registration is required. For more information, please call 757-399-7487.

October

17 / Saturday

10 – 11 am

Bats of the World

Location: Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve

As part of the 2015 Virginia Science Festival, Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve is proud to host Denise Tomlinson of Bat World Hampton Roads to experience “Bats of the World”, an educational and entertaining program featuring live bats!  Today, bats need our help more than ever. Bats are disappearing at alarming rates. Believe it or not, almost 40% of all bats in the world are threatened or endangered.  Bat World Hampton Roads is a 501(c) 3 non-profit conservation organization providing rescue for bats worldwide and is dedicated to the conservation of bats.

Advanced registration is recommended. Cost is $12/Adult, $6/child (HCWF members get 50% off). For more information, call Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation at 757-686-8684, or email hofflercreek@hofflercreek.org.

October

17 / Saturday

10 am – 2 pm

Portsmouth Good Neighbor Day 2015

Location: Portsmouth City Park Pavilion

Serve the City began in Brussels as a single week of serving in 2005, initiated by a Christian faith community called The Well. An annual event turned into monthly volunteering events and weekly neighborhood-based serving opportunities throughout the city. Friends from other cities visited Brussels or heard about Serve the City and took the idea to their cities. Now Serve the City is active or starting in 100 cities around the world. Serve the City is a global movement of volunteer’s showing kindness in practical ways to people in need. We partner with local non-profit associations that are serving people in need and create meaningful opportunities for volunteers to get involved. Serve the City creates events that mobilize many volunteers to serve in simple ways – sports, music, arts and crafts, meals, friendship and more.
We are the connection between the good intentions and talents of people who could volunteer and a meaningful opportunity to get involved.

October

17

10 am – 3 pm

The Portsmouth Service League Presents: 7th Annual Touch-A-Truck

Location: Bayside harley Davidson Kids of all ages will love to touch, climb and even honk the horn of many types of trucks and vehicles. This is a chance for kids to get behind the wheel and interact with their hometown heroes. Come explore how these trucks work and how they serve the Hampton Roads Community. Please wear your Halloween costume and join us for a family friendly day full of trucks games and activities. Food, drinks, and t-shirts will be available for sale. All proceeds from the day’s events will be returned to the community t through charitable acts for the Portsmouth Service League. Tickets are $5 per person or 4 for $15 cash or credit. For more information please visit www.PortsmouthServiceLeague.org.

October

17

11 am – 4 pm

Come Home to Cradock

Location: Afton Square Come Celebrate the Cradock Community! The 3rd weekend of October each year, the Alumni & Friends of Cradock invite ALL alumni, friends and residents past and present, to return home and celebrate the past, the present and the future of the Cradock Community!  Food, music, activities, etc. For more information please call 757-857-1794.

October

17

2 – 4 pm

Forestry Stewardship Corps (Service Day)

Location: Paradise Creek Nature Park Great for scouts, military and other groups.  Help us target invasive plants and rejuvenate the forest of Paradise Creek Nature Park.  Invasive plants impact the health of the forest by killing off natives, changing the habitat, and affecting the food chain.  Learn how to identify and remove these plants and what you can do at home to keep them away and restore habitat in your own backyard.  All ages welcome with adult supervision for those under 18. Free, but registration is required.  For more information or to register please call 757-393-7487.

October

 18 – Sunday

1:30 pm

Exploring the Human Condition: Illustrated Presentation featuring Mark Chatterley

Location: Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center

Mark Chatterley is a ceramic sculptor from Williamstown, Michigan, who uses terms like “golden mean,” “fractals,” and “multiple universes.” His work is featured in Reflections, a two-person exhibit currently on display. As a closing event for the exhibit, Mr. Chatterley will be giving an illustrated presentation about his art and interest in these topics and how their relationship to nature, science, and math, all work together to form the perfect equation for beauty. He will discuss these theories in regards to his own art and how this continues to inspire him after 30 years of working in clay.

October

23

7:30 pm

Community Concerts Presents: Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company

Location: Willett Hall Nai-Ni Chin comes from a rich dance tradition.  She was a renowned traditional dance in Taiwan and served on several ambassadorial culture missions to nine-teen countries around the world.  An early member of the Cloud Gate Dance Company in Taiwan, she graduated from the Chinese Cultural University in 1982 and came to America to seek her own voice in the world of contemporary dance.  Since the inception of her company in 1988, Ms. Chen has created a wide ranging repertory, from dances that originated thousands of years ago to highly abstract, modern works. For more information please call 757-686-5447 or visit www.portsmouthcommunityconcerts.com

October

24

8:30 am

4th Annual BOO-yah! 5K and Little Monsters Fun Run

Location: Port Norfolk The Little Monsters Fun Run is about one mile and starts at 8:30am; immediately following, the BOO-yah! 5K kicks off at 9am. Your furry friend is welcome to run with you in EITHER race, so don’t leave home without ’em. But that’s just the beginning, because after the races, we have the awards ceremonies, the costume contest for you and Fido, too, enticing crafts, raffle prizes, music and of course our Stuff the Truck event for the Foodbank!   We will be partying in the park until noon so plan on sticking around! All racers are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item for the Foodbank.  Each donated item will qualify the racer into a special raffle drawing. For more information please visit http://www.booyah5k.com

October

24

10 am – 2 pm

College Prep Day

Location: New First Baptist Church (Taylorsville – 2720 Turnpike Rd.)

FREE – Inviting ALL High School Students/Parents/Guardians to attend. Informative event that will get our high school students focused on the next step in their education.
Participating Colleges Include:

  • Norfolk State University (NSU)
  • Elizabeth City State University (ECSU)
  • Tidewater Community College (TCC)
  • Hampton University (HU)
  • Virginia State University (VSU)
  • Virginia Commonwealth (VCU)

There will be a Financial Aid Workshop access college foundation representatives and Motivational Speaker Ms. Krystal N. Clark, M.Ed
Director of the Office of Student Leadership Development, Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN

If you have any questions for planning purposes please contact church office at (757)-399-6730 or nfbct.hrcoxmail.com

October

24

10:30 – 11:30 am

Fall Tree Walk

Location: Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve Join local forester Mike Aherron with the Virginia Department of Forestry on a stroll around Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve to learn about the trees of fall.  See leaf colors change as trees prepare for a winter rest.  This program is free, but donations are always welcome. For more information, please call 757-686-8684 or visit www.hofflercreek.org.

October

24

9 – 11 am

Forestry Stewardship Corps (Service Day)

Location: Paradise Creek Nature Park Great for scouts, military and other groups.  Help us target invasive plants and rejuvenate the forest of Paradise Creek Nature Park.  Invasive plants impact the health of the forest by killing off natives, changing the habitat, and affecting the food chain.  Learn how to identify and remove these plants and what you can do at home to keep them away and restore habitat in your own backyard.  All ages welcome with adult supervision for those under 18. Free, but registration is required. For more information or to register please call 757-393-7487.

October

24 / Sat.

1 pm

The Marcolivia Duo

Location: Portsmouth Public Library – Churchland Branch

The Marcolivia Duo has been featured many times on NPR’s “Performance Today” and “Front Row Washington”. They have performed at the Kennedy Center, Strathmore, Merkin Hall and Symphony Space, NYC.

For this afternoon’s concert, Marcolivia will perform and talk about folk-based music of Eastern-Europe and America.  Their music will include folk dances from Czechoslovakia and Hungary; Klezmer music of Israel, and an American Hoe-down, amongst other jazz-based styles.

Sponsored by:
Virginia Commission for the Arts
Portsmouth Public Library Foundation
ART WORKS

October

24

10 am – 6 pm

Museum Madness

Locations: 

  • Children’s Museum of Virginia
  • Lightship Portsmouth Museum
  • Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center

Wear your costumes to the Portsmouth Museums for a day of tricks, treats and spooky activities. Stop by the Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center to see a menagerie of live creepy crawlies from around the world, including venomous serpents and glowing scorpions form the collection of John Barnes (J.B. Rattles) out of North Carolina.  Visit the ghost picture booth and have your “ghost picture” taken and appear as a transparent specter. From 2 – 6 PM enjoy the talents of the Sonshine Artists with face painting and balloon animals. Strange things have been happening at the Lightship Portsmouth!  Many have reported strange sounds, lights flashing and other odd occurrences after the museum closes. It is up to you to find out if it is a ghost that has caused items to disappear, or something else.  Join us in a family-friendly scavenger hunt through the ship and search for clues to find out if our ship is haunted or not! Race over to the Children’s Museum of Virginia for a fun filled day of games with prizes, spooky crafts, magic shows and a special visit form Bat World. For more information visit www.ChildrensMuseumVA.com

October

24

6 – 8 pm

Olde Towne Safe Trick or Treat

Locations: Olde Towne

This free Halloween event offers fun for all ages. Businesses along the High Street corridor, from Green Street to Crawford Street will distribute candy to children age 12 and under. There will be a variety of entertainment including the Thriller Flash Mob, stilt walkers, a 16 foot tall walking “Tree of Life” and so much more!  Free parking will be available in the city garages on Middle and County Streets. Sponsored by the Portsmouth Police Department, Portsmouth Sheriff Office, the Portsmouth Fire Department and the Olde Towne Business Association. For more information please call. (757) 405-3500.

October

25 / Sunday

1 – 4 pm

Fall Festival – A Safe Trick-or-Treat Event

Locations: Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve

Enjoy games, crafts, snacks, and a decorated forest walk.  Free Family Fun!  Wear a fun costume or dress up like a native animal (no masks please). Hay ride, face painting and food will be available at a small cost to visitors. For information, call 757-686-8684 or email hofflercreek@hofflercreek.org.

October

30

7, 8 & 9 pm

34th Annual Olde Towne Ghost Walk

Location: Olde Towne Based upon the popular Jack-The-Ripper walks in London, guides take visitors on a walk past the haunted houses and mansions of Olde Towne.  Costumed actors tell legends of ghostly visitation and the things that go bump in the night.  The 45-minute tours leave from the Trinity Church graveyard at 7, 8 and 9 PM and end at the Middle Street Park with cider and entertainment. For more information call 757-393-5111 or visit www.PortsmouthGhostWalk.com.

October

31

9 – 11 am

Forestry Stewardship Corps (Service Day)

Location: Paradise Creek Nature Park Great for scouts, military and other groups.  Help us target invasive plants and rejuvenate the forest of Paradise Creek Nature Park.  Invasive plants impact the health of the forest by killing off natives, changing the habitat, and affecting the food chain.  Learn how to identify and remove these plants and what you can do at home to keep them away and restore habitat in your own backyard.  All ages welcome with adult supervision for those under 18. Free, but registration is required. For more information or to register please call 757-393-7487.

October

31 / Saturday

10 am – 2 pm

Hogs for Dogs at Bayside Harley Davidson

Location: Bayside Harley Davidson

Charity event benefiting the Portsmouth Humane Society.  Activities include onsite adoptions, lunch and refreshments, pet vendors, live music and giveaways.  For more information please call 757-397-5550.

October

31

1:30 – 3 pm

Children’s Halloween Day

Location: Paradise Creek Nature Park Foxes and bats and owls, oh my!  Join us for a story about the nighttime creatures found in our park, take an adventure through the woods to find where these animals live, then decorate a reusable bag for all your trick or treating goodies.  Recommend for children under 12.  Children are welcome to wear their costumes.  $5 per child; free for Elizabeth River Project Members.  Registration required. For more information, please call 757-399-7487.

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