Many of these slide shows include audio.
Urbanna in the snow: December, 2010
Click through to see some photos of Urbanna at night in the snow with Christmas decorations.
posted 12.13.2010Urbanna Christmas Celebration
“We would like to take this time to thank everyone who came out and helped make our annual Urbanna Hometown Christmas Parade a huge success. What a way to start the holiday season in Urbanna, and we appreciate all the support at our concession stand as well." - parade chair Lois Jean Brooks
posted 12.08.2010Boots, boats and bivalves
The Urbanna Oyster Festival has become an great place to show off new fall fashions. This season boots are making a fashion statement that goes well with boats and the venerable bivalve—the oyster. Tall, studded, buckled, plain, western or the popular suede Uggs, they all were seen on the streets of Urbanna for the 53rd Oyster Festival.
posted 11.17.201053rd Urbanna Oyster Festival slide show
The 53rd Urbanna Oyster Festival drew thousands of visitors of all ages and walks of life to the small town in Middlesex County. They came near and far to celebrate the venerable bivalve. Food vendors, artists, and craftsmen lined the streets of Urbanna to take advantage of the surging crowds. Historic buyboats such as the Ellen Marie and F.D. Crockett, and the tall ship Godspeed entertained guests at the waterfront.
posted 11.12.2010Local oysters gaining nationwide recognition
In 2001, brothers Ryan and Scott Croxton and their cousin Travis Croxton “re-invented” Rappahannock River Oysters LLC. Their great grandfather began the oyster company in 1899 near Tappahannock. In a very short time RRO has won acclaim among oyster connoisseurs and discerning chefs of the finest metropolitan restaurants.