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The Virginia Watermen’s Heritage Tour
The “Virginia Watermen’s Heritage Tour Program” is giving local watermen a means to diversify their business endeavors and promote their centuries-old way of life. Tour participants will experience firsthand what it takes to get Virginia’s seafood from the Chesapeake Bay to the table.
05.22.201510 things to do in Deltaville
On selected dates, don’t miss the expansive model train setups at the Rappahannock Railroaders clubhouse on Ball Park Road. An open house is set for Saturday, May 23, during the Deltaville Seafood Festival.
05.22.2015The Fat Finch: High-end dining in a cozy, laid-back atmosphere
The name “The Fat Finch” originated from a conversation restaurant owner Kay Campbell had with her mother. Kay had just purchased bird feed for her mother one day, and it was all gone by the next day.
04.30.2015Familiar ‘surprises’ await visitors at Morattico Waterfront Museum
There on the screen, talking about life and crabbing in the small Lancaster County waterfront community, was my late grandfather, William Parks. The video brought a tear to my eye and a smile to my face. What a wonderful legacy for a man from Tangier Island who spent his life working the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and the Rappahannock River.