WHAT: DISASTER + TRAVEL + WILDERNESS FIRST AID Certification Course: Hands-on learn how to save life & limb, when mired in the wilderness of an urban disaster zone, travel or rural area far from hospital, or natural area miles from an access point, during the critical minutes or hours before ambulance arrival. Blend of classroom instruction and hands-on problem-solving rescue scenario...

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The Virginia Living Museum will celebrate Earth Day with special activities for our animals and guests Saturday, April 21. Observe the animals as they receive toys, treats and other enrichment activities to stimulate natural behaviors. Learn ways to help the environment by reducing, reusing and recycling waste. Visit the Goodson Living Green House and Conservation Garden for...

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Rin is rooted in over twenty years of exposure to an array of movement styles, overlapping more than ten years of belly dance experience. She got her start in belly dance at Sahara Dance in Washington, D.C, in 2007 and has since become faculty at the studio. Rin has performed extensively as soloist, with her evolving experimental style and energy often described as,...

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Suffolk Literary Festival is literally the BEST of Suffolk! Discover local authors and artists and participate in activities to capture your unique voice. This event is free and open to all ages. Sponsored by Paul D. Camp Community College and Suffolk Public Library. Festival Events include Author Panels, a Poetry Scavenger Hunt, Face Painting, Poetry Workshop, Rap Battle, Readers Theatre,...

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Refresh your approach to making our world a healthier place with various exhibits, displays and activities that will provide innovative ways to green your lifestyle. Recycling Zone (10 am - 3 pm) including electronics recycling and rain barrel sales available. This event is free and open to the public. *Rain Date: April 22, 2018 For additional information please visit,...

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Williamsburg Taste Festival

Apr 21, 2018 - Apr 22, 2018

You might know Williamsburg, Virginia, as the birthplace of the American Revolution. But did you know it’s also the birthplace of an American food revolution? We brewed up the first beer, cultivated the first vineyards and created the first free-range, garden-to-table food scene in the country. And now we’re getting back to our roots in a thoroughly modern, sophisticated way....

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Mark your calendar for the 12th Annual Taste of India event at the Ted Constant center at ODU on Saturday April 21, 2018 from 11am-9pm. You'll enjoy a fun-filled day experiencing Indian food, music and dance. Vendors will be selling beautiful Indian costumes, jewelry and handicrafts so don't miss out. Experience India without ever having to leave Hampton Roads. See you on April 21st!...

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Grand Opening HoneyComb Salon

Apr 21, 2018 - May 31, 2018

Hello and Congratulations on your engagement! At Honeycomb Salon we take care of each and every guest as if they were family. We minimize the stress of figuring out hair and makeup and help you come up with a plan of what will work best to fulfill your vision. We do offer onsite hair and makeup if the bridal party prefers, again eliminating any STRESS! We can't wait to work with you and...

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We are thrilled to bring back our popular Revolutionary Beer Fest for its third year on Saturday, April 21, 2018, 1 - 6 PM at the Khedive Shrine Center. Experience the Revolutionary Beer Fest and celebrate amber suds with historical reverence. We will pay tribute to the history of beer from the earliest days of our nation all the way to today’s beer and cider breweries. Docents and...

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Hampton Roads Academy’s 11th annual One-Act Festival celebrates four unique, short, one-act plays featuring HRA Upper School students. Plays include: The Acting Lesson by Willard Sims directed by HRA senior Adam Stein, The Fortune Cookie by Tuan Phan and Another Beautiful Story by John Clancy directed by HRA third grade teacher Kate Goddin, and Roanoke by Michael Lew directed by...

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