New athletic facilities will be used by all students
In the 63-year life of MHS there has never been a home tennis match played on school grounds. That’s all going to change during the next school year when the Syd Thrift Athletic Complex is complete.
UBA Crawl-O-Ween has 100 participants
The Urbanna Business Association held its first annual Crawl-O-Ween last Saturday night with about 100 participants attending. The group started at The Dockside Restaurant to kick off the evening and then moved to Something Different. The last stop was at Ostra for a DJ dance party and costume contest.
‘Scary Halloween’ at maritime park on Halloween
From the ghostly apparitions of the “Field of Screams” to the twisted, tortured, moan-filled pathways of the “Wailing Woods,” the Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park will put on her best Haunted House look for “Scary Halloween in the Park” from 6-8 p.m. on Halloween, Thursday, October 31.
‘F.D. Crockett’ and other buyboats will be open for tours at Oyster Festival
The restored 63-foot, log-hulled buyboat “F.D. Crockett” will bring the maritime mission of the Deltaville Maritime Museum to the 56th Annual Urbanna Oyster Festival. Also the Chesapeake Bay buyboats “Nellie Crockett,” “Thomas J,” and “Propwash” will be open for tours both Friday and Saturday at the marina.
As the week and month draw to a close the excitement of the Oyster Festival prevails. Some plan to go to Urbanna as they have for many years, and some have decided the festival has gotten too large and too much trouble to park.
More Community News: page 5 of 279 pages « First < 3 4 5 6 7 > Last »