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Just Gardens

May 17th and 18th will mark the 12th annual Just Gardens tour to benefit The Haven Shelter & Services, Inc. This tour has become a favorite spring event for thousands of garden lovers from across Virginia and beyond. As of the end of last year, the Just Gardens Committee had...

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2013 Garden Week Home Tour

The Garden Club of Gloucester celebrates the eightieth anniversary of Historic Garden Week in Virginia with a history-packed house tour on Saturday, April 27, 2013

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Creating a Habitat in Your Backyard

Gardening is the most curious of hobbies. It goes through ecological adjustments along with lots of other things in our lives. Look at children for instance. You start in the nursery with high hopes and visions of glory. You nurture, feed and love… even water and expose them to sun...

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By the Bay Parade of Homes

The Lancaster by the Bay Chamber of Commerce invites you to participate in its second annual “By the Bay Parade of Homes” on May 10-11, 2013. The “By the Bay Parade of Homes” will feature unique properties over a 50 mile radius including Lancaster, Northumberland, and Middlesex counties.

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Pirates of the Chesapeake

Traveling on the Chesapeake Bay and the waters off the coast of Virginia was for the most part a joy in Colonial times. The friendly winds and sunny skies filled sails of ships from around the world.

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Book Club

Books clubs can be an enjoyable way to connect with friends over lively conversations about good books. Here are some reads recommended by several area book clubs. The synopses were provided by author/publisher websites, GoodReads.com, Wikipedia or Amazon.com.

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Careful Prepartions Make a Difference in Quality and Price

Building, renovating a house, or adding an addition can be one of life’s more stressful events, but it doesn’t have to be if your builder sees themselves as part of your team and the ones to help avoid those stressful moments. Rick and Susan Turney and their son, Matt, of Turney and...

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Planning Your Retirement

True to form, Baby Boomers are redefining retirement too! The 76 million Americans born from 1946 to 1964 have driven major national trends in their lifetime and are living longer than any previous generation. Today, with the oldest of them having turned 60, some are already retired,...

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Fralin Art and Frame

While touring a friend’s new home recently, something just didn’t click. The custom furniture was gorgeous, the silk window treatments exquisite, and the French country-inspired kitchen was to die for, but something seemed terribly off.

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Operating at Full Capacity

Even if you’ve never been inside an operating room you have a pretty good idea what to expect. We’re talking about a brightly lit room full of high tech medical equipment.

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Heron Cove Changes the Face of Older Adult Care

When Alan Nary would drive his late wife to volunteer at nursing homes years ago, he wouldn’t go inside.

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Urbanna Creek Cocktail Class Racing Association 1st Event, May 18, 2013

Anyone driving across the Bridge coming into the historic Tidewater village of Urbanna gets the feel of the water and the flavor of what lies ahead pretty quickly. First-time visitors usually slow down just to have a little more time to enjoy the view after being welcomed by the pair...

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