Urbanna Oyster Festival’s ‘best kept secret’
Shh, don’t tell anyone—it’s all happening down at the Urbanna waterfront on Thursday, November 5! This party is all about the oyster as well, but the emphasis is on how to restore them to Bay waters rather than just eating them!
Memories of Remlik Wharf
Agnes Brown Miller was born in 1909 and grew up a short distance from Remlik Steamboat Wharf at the end of Lord Mott Road. Her childhood memories include the old Nelson Hotel, the daily arrival of steamboats to the wharf, and Urbanna’s Regal Theater that featured silent movies.
Crowning of Oyster Festival Queen set for Nov. 6
As the Oyster Festival evolved over the years, so has the selection of the Queen and Little Miss Spat. It originally was a type of beauty pageant, but is now a scholarship competition for the Queen contestants, who also must complete a community service project.
‘Middlesex Memories’ to be published Nov. 1
Beginning Nov. 1, Rap-pahannock Press in Urbanna will have available “Middlesex Memories,” the latest book of Urbanna author and columnist Mary Wakefield Buxton. This is Buxton’s 11th book.