Saturdays from October to the first weekend in March. The tour introduces visitors to the unique variety of wildlife found on the island. As you pass through several habitats, you will learn about wildlife management on refuges, explore the diversity of wildlife, and discover the rich history of Fisherman Island and the role it played during World War II.
Flatfoot Dancing Every 2nd Friday at the Lemon Tree Gallery and Studio. Bring the whole family for a romping good time.
"The music just goes in your ear, down through your soul, and comes out through your feet.’’
Free Admission. Everyone Welcome. Live Appalachian Music
Complimentary Refreshments/Cash Bar
301 Mason Ave., Cape Charles, VA 23310.
Lemon Tree is excited to announce Open Mic Night onThird Fridays!
Musicians, singers/songwriters, comedians, poets, performance artists, storytellers...If you want to showcase your talent, we've got a stage and a warm, receptive audience. Throw in refreshments and a cash bar, free admission and everyone welcome and we are in for a memorable evening! First come sign up sheet at 6pm.
301 Mason Ave., Cape Charles, VA 23310
An Age of Reason or Dogmatism? The Role of Science in Public Discourse. Science and Philosophy Seminar of the Eastern Shore of Virginia has scheduled a seminar, “An Age of Reason or Dogmatism? The Role of Science in Public Discourse.” Dick Snyder will lead the Seminar and will discuss how, in an age dismissive dogmatism, engaging in civil debate about controversial topics seems to elude us, and though science can help, it is often misunderstood or misused for political purpose. Snyder is Director of the VIMS Eastern Shore Laboratory in Wachapreague, and Professor of Marine Sciences at VIMS, College of William and Mary.
These seminars are occasionally rescheduled on short notice. Prospective attendees are urged to check the Seminar’s website www.SciPhi.org shortly before a scheduled date. Science and Philosophy Seminar is an informally organized group that meets more or less regularly to explore and discuss a wide array of topics, ranging from philosophical speculation to scientific research.
All Seminars are open to the public.
Admission is free.
Lecture Hall of the Eastern Shore Community College
29300 Lankford Hwy, Melfa, VA 23410.
The Lowlanders performing at The Great Machipongo Clam Shack
Join David Kohut and Eric White for a night of lively Irish tunes and Celtic acoustics. Check out the Shack's selection of healthy hemp food and beauty products.
6468 Lankford Highway
This talk is a visual tour of the common butterflies and moths encountered on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. The purpose of this photo tour is to show the beauty of these amazing insects and to show some details of their life cycle, ecology and host plants. The main families of butterflies found on the Eastern Shore are presented along with an assortment of skippers and moths. Dr. Picardi will use photos and his butterfly and moth collection to illustrate his talk. Tony Picardi is retired from a career in software engineering and market research. As an Eastern Shore Master Naturalist, he guides nature walks on various wildlife refuges and lectures on such topics as butterflies, native plant gardening, and the impacts of Global Warming on the Eastern Shore.
Free of charge
Eastern Shore of Virginia National Wildlife Refuge
32205 Seaside Road, Cape Charles, VA 23310
The Reasoners performing at The Great Machipongo Clam Shack
Red Miller and David Parks will be playing classic rock, oldies, and blues favorites! Red hosts WESR's "Shore Made Music" local music radio show, so it's a real treat!
Call 442-3800 for info and reservations.
6468 Lankford Highway
Walkley E. Johnson, retired attorney, avid fisherman and active Eastern Shore community contributor, will speak about his book, Song of the Mockingbirds. Johnson’s interest in and care for the Eastern Shore’s natural treasures life is a sheer delight.
Please join us on the last Saturday of January, February and March for our initial Eastern Shore Authors programs. The authors will discuss their books which explore a variety of Eastern Shore experiences. A delicious lunch and lively discussion will follow each presentation.
Little Italy Restaurant in Nassawadox
10227 Rogers Dr, Nassawadox, VA 23413
Tickets are $15. Please call 414-0010 or 442-2112 for reservations
Presented by the Friends of the Northampton Free Library
7745 Seaside Road
Nassawadox, VA 23413