Coastal Virginia Magazine events calendar

Events published to the Coastal Virginia Magazine events calendar

May 2022

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  • 8:30 am – 3:00 pm Golf tournament to benefit Virginia Home for Boys and Girls
    8:30 am – 3:00 pm
    The Club at Viniterra, 8647 Angel's Share Drive, New Kent, 23124, United States of America

    Golf lovers have considered VHBG’s Golf Classic a time-honored tradition for 33 years. The Golf Classic is being presented by Heartwood Wealth Advisors at The Club at Viniterra, an 18-hole championship course designed by Rees Jones and voted #1 Most Recommended Virginia Golf Course in 2020 by users on Golf Virginia. In addition to great golf, players will enjoy a memorable experience that includes breakfast sandwiches with beverages, silent auction, raffle, on-course beverages/snacks, gift bags, prizes, and lunch. Come enjoy a fun-filled day with other people who share your passion for helping children plus consider getting some much-deserved recognition by becoming an important sponsor of this event.
    VIRGINIA HOME FOR BOYS AND GIRLS (VHBG) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has been serving children in crisis since 1846. All proceeds from the golf tournament benefit children in need of a loving, supportive home, a specialized school, and therapeutic resources.
    Questions? Please contact Lionel Bacon at 804.270.6566 x 1150, LBacon@vhbg.org, or register online at bit.ly/VHBG_Golf_2022

  • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm HANGING TREE GUITARS: FREEMAN VINES
    10:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, 400-420 High Street, Portsmouth, 23704, United States of America

    This exhibition juxtaposes tintypes by Timothy Dufy, photographer, musicologist, and founder of the Music Maker Relief Foundation and introduces the work of Freeman Vines, blues guitarist, luthier, and woodcarver, born in Green County, North Carolina.
    Vines’ family grew up on land where his ancestors previously sharecropped and were plantation slaves. Despite having no formal education, the family produced many musicians. Vines’ siblings, the Glorifying Vines Sisters, were a touring gospel group with whom he toured and played guitar. During a stop on the gospel circuit, Vines heard a sound that would haunt and eventually consume him. He began building guitars as a quest to recreate that sound. He recycled materials from old buildings and cast-away items. He did this because he believes that each tree has a soul. Its wood holds the spirit and evokes the history of how it was used. This spirit is given voice in each guitar that Vines builds. He says that, unlike a Gibson, for instance, with a uniform sound, his guitars all hold a sound of their own. Vines once purchased two planks from a black walnut tree, all that was left of a “hanging tree” also known as a “lynching tree,” where a Black man was reportedly murdered some 90 years ago. The energy from those planks profoundly affected him. Eventually, he met Timothy Dufy who had sought him out to photograph him and his guitars, another life-altering event.

  • 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Yorktown, Ghosts, The Thin Veil Tour and Talk
    6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
    Mobjack, 23056, United States of America

    Friday May 20th, 2022
    6:00pm-7:00pm
    $10/person
    (No Children under 12 allowed)
    The history of Yorktown will help explain why the veil is thin and where spirits may reside in Yorktown today.
    Meet at MJB backyard for start of tour, talk will follow at MJB’s backyard around the firepit. Hear historical accounts of ghosts and other worldly experiences that have passed down through the centuries in Yorktown…hear about even current day experiences right here at Mobjack Bay Coffee and Petite Cafe.
    **In event of the tour being canceled or rescheduled due to weather, please visit Mobjackbaycoffee.com for updates

  • 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm The Gruesome World of Victorian Medicine Tour of Elmwood Cemetery
    6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
    Elmwood Cemetery, 238 East Princess Anne Road, Norfolk, 23510, United States of America

    Join tour guide Shannon Stafford as he tells stories of what life was truly like in a time when the cure ended up being more deadly than the disease/diagnosis
    Suggested donation of $5. PayPal and walkup donations accepted.
    Info & Weather updates: http://www.nsccva.org/ or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NorfolkSocietyforCemeteryConservation

Saturday May 21
  • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm HANGING TREE GUITARS: FREEMAN VINES
    10:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, 400-420 High Street, Portsmouth, 23704, United States of America

    This exhibition juxtaposes tintypes by Timothy Dufy, photographer, musicologist, and founder of the Music Maker Relief Foundation and introduces the work of Freeman Vines, blues guitarist, luthier, and woodcarver, born in Green County, North Carolina.
    Vines’ family grew up on land where his ancestors previously sharecropped and were plantation slaves. Despite having no formal education, the family produced many musicians. Vines’ siblings, the Glorifying Vines Sisters, were a touring gospel group with whom he toured and played guitar. During a stop on the gospel circuit, Vines heard a sound that would haunt and eventually consume him. He began building guitars as a quest to recreate that sound. He recycled materials from old buildings and cast-away items. He did this because he believes that each tree has a soul. Its wood holds the spirit and evokes the history of how it was used. This spirit is given voice in each guitar that Vines builds. He says that, unlike a Gibson, for instance, with a uniform sound, his guitars all hold a sound of their own. Vines once purchased two planks from a black walnut tree, all that was left of a “hanging tree” also known as a “lynching tree,” where a Black man was reportedly murdered some 90 years ago. The energy from those planks profoundly affected him. Eventually, he met Timothy Dufy who had sought him out to photograph him and his guitars, another life-altering event.

  • 10:00 am – 11:30 am Tree Tour of Forest Lawn Cemetery
    10:00 am – 11:30 am
    Forest Lawn Cemetery, 8100 Granby Street, Norfolk, 23505, United States of America

    When Forest Lawn Cemetery was designed at the beginning of the Twentieth Century, it was established as an open space to be enjoyed. Trees were planted throughout the cemetery to provide shade and beauty. Come explore the cemetery and learn about the many varieties of trees that line the cemetery’s roads.
    Suggested donation of $5. PayPal and walkup donations accepted. Info & Weather updates: http://www.nsccva.org/ or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NorfolkSocietyforCemeteryConservation.

  • 11:00 am – 2:00 pm ArtFare at West Broad Village
    11:00 am – 2:00 pm
    West Broad Village, 2251 Old Brick Road, Glen Allen, 23060, United States of America

    Meet local Richmond artists and see live painting demos at our sidewalk gallery. Hosted by The Block at West Broad Village, featuring Burger Bach, Park Lane Tavern, Arilang Sushi, Bombshell Beauty Lounge, New Medical Spa, and Archi-tec-tonic. Meet our merchants and register to win fabulous prizes. Rain Date: Sunday, May 22.

  • 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm Vineyard Live Concert
    6:30 pm – 10:00 pm
    New Kent Winery & Talleysville Brewing Company, 8400 Old Church Road, New Kent, 23124, United States of America

    Our Vineyard Live Concert series kicks off on Saturday, May 21st with a live concert from These Wild Plains!
    We will have wine, beer, and food trucks all to help enhance your listening experience! We will be selling wine by the bottle or carafe (plastic cups will be available.)
    The food trucks for the evening include Hibachi Mobile, Southern Spud, and Smokie Joe’s.
    We will have a few hundred seats available but we recommend bringing your own chairs or blankets if you cannot arrive when gates open at 5:30pm. We will have food trucks available before and during the concert. Please, no outside food or beverages. While we love your furry friends, please do not bring pets to this event.
    The winery will be closing at 5pm and re-opening in the evening at 5:30pm. Please bring your ID on the day of the event, there are no physical tickets!

Sunday May 22
  • 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm HANGING TREE GUITARS: FREEMAN VINES
    12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
    Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, 400-420 High Street, Portsmouth, 23704, United States of America

    This exhibition juxtaposes tintypes by Timothy Dufy, photographer, musicologist, and founder of the Music Maker Relief Foundation and introduces the work of Freeman Vines, blues guitarist, luthier, and woodcarver, born in Green County, North Carolina.
    Vines’ family grew up on land where his ancestors previously sharecropped and were plantation slaves. Despite having no formal education, the family produced many musicians. Vines’ siblings, the Glorifying Vines Sisters, were a touring gospel group with whom he toured and played guitar. During a stop on the gospel circuit, Vines heard a sound that would haunt and eventually consume him. He began building guitars as a quest to recreate that sound. He recycled materials from old buildings and cast-away items. He did this because he believes that each tree has a soul. Its wood holds the spirit and evokes the history of how it was used. This spirit is given voice in each guitar that Vines builds. He says that, unlike a Gibson, for instance, with a uniform sound, his guitars all hold a sound of their own. Vines once purchased two planks from a black walnut tree, all that was left of a “hanging tree” also known as a “lynching tree,” where a Black man was reportedly murdered some 90 years ago. The energy from those planks profoundly affected him. Eventually, he met Timothy Dufy who had sought him out to photograph him and his guitars, another life-altering event.

  • 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm Libation Tour and Tasting
    1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
    Mobjack Bay Coffee Roasters and Petite Cafe, 411 Main Street, Yorktown, 23690, United States of America

    Sunday, May 22nd
    1:00pm – 2:00pm
    $20.00/person
    (Includes tasting of Port, Cider and Madeira, must be 21 to participate in tasting.)
    Tour Yorktown’s fascinating past involving spirits! As we walk down Main Street stops will include the Swan tavern, sites of other taverns and ordinaries (there were many), and the famous “Poor Potter” and his kiln.
    *Meet at Mobjack Bay Coffee Roasters
    *Must be able to walk at a leisurely pace for an hour with stops along the way
    **In event of the tour being canceled or rescheduled due to weather, please visit Mobjackbaycoffee.com for updates

  • 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm A Victorian Cemetery Picnic
    5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    Cedar Grove Cemetery, 238 East Princess Anne Road, Norfolk, 23510, United States of America

    BYOB – Bring your own blanket or fold-out chairs. Join Samantha McDonald as she reminisces about cemetery customs from the Victorian age and hear a few unfortunate tales from those who are buried in Cedar Grove (this is a sit-down tour).
    Suggested donation of $5. PayPal and walkup donations accepted.
    Info & Weather updates: http://www.nsccva.org/ or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NorfolkSocietyforCemeteryConservation

Monday May 23
Tuesday May 24
Wednesday May 25
  • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm HANGING TREE GUITARS: FREEMAN VINES
    10:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, 400-420 High Street, Portsmouth, 23704, United States of America

    This exhibition juxtaposes tintypes by Timothy Dufy, photographer, musicologist, and founder of the Music Maker Relief Foundation and introduces the work of Freeman Vines, blues guitarist, luthier, and woodcarver, born in Green County, North Carolina.
    Vines’ family grew up on land where his ancestors previously sharecropped and were plantation slaves. Despite having no formal education, the family produced many musicians. Vines’ siblings, the Glorifying Vines Sisters, were a touring gospel group with whom he toured and played guitar. During a stop on the gospel circuit, Vines heard a sound that would haunt and eventually consume him. He began building guitars as a quest to recreate that sound. He recycled materials from old buildings and cast-away items. He did this because he believes that each tree has a soul. Its wood holds the spirit and evokes the history of how it was used. This spirit is given voice in each guitar that Vines builds. He says that, unlike a Gibson, for instance, with a uniform sound, his guitars all hold a sound of their own. Vines once purchased two planks from a black walnut tree, all that was left of a “hanging tree” also known as a “lynching tree,” where a Black man was reportedly murdered some 90 years ago. The energy from those planks profoundly affected him. Eventually, he met Timothy Dufy who had sought him out to photograph him and his guitars, another life-altering event.

  • 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm Garden Lovers Behind-the-Scenes Tour
    3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
    Virginia Living Museum, 524 J Clyde Morris Boulevard, Newport News, 23601, United States of America

    Got a green thumb or know someone who does? Treat them to a walk in our native gardens with one of our VLM Horticulturists! Find out what’s blooming on-site as you go behind the “greens” to see how we’re growing native! You might even leave with tricks and tips you can use in your yard/home garden while understanding the true benefit of planting and growing native plants.

Thursday May 26
  • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm HANGING TREE GUITARS: FREEMAN VINES
    10:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, 400-420 High Street, Portsmouth, 23704, United States of America

    This exhibition juxtaposes tintypes by Timothy Dufy, photographer, musicologist, and founder of the Music Maker Relief Foundation and introduces the work of Freeman Vines, blues guitarist, luthier, and woodcarver, born in Green County, North Carolina.
    Vines’ family grew up on land where his ancestors previously sharecropped and were plantation slaves. Despite having no formal education, the family produced many musicians. Vines’ siblings, the Glorifying Vines Sisters, were a touring gospel group with whom he toured and played guitar. During a stop on the gospel circuit, Vines heard a sound that would haunt and eventually consume him. He began building guitars as a quest to recreate that sound. He recycled materials from old buildings and cast-away items. He did this because he believes that each tree has a soul. Its wood holds the spirit and evokes the history of how it was used. This spirit is given voice in each guitar that Vines builds. He says that, unlike a Gibson, for instance, with a uniform sound, his guitars all hold a sound of their own. Vines once purchased two planks from a black walnut tree, all that was left of a “hanging tree” also known as a “lynching tree,” where a Black man was reportedly murdered some 90 years ago. The energy from those planks profoundly affected him. Eventually, he met Timothy Dufy who had sought him out to photograph him and his guitars, another life-altering event.

Friday May 27
  • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm HANGING TREE GUITARS: FREEMAN VINES
    10:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, 400-420 High Street, Portsmouth, 23704, United States of America

    This exhibition juxtaposes tintypes by Timothy Dufy, photographer, musicologist, and founder of the Music Maker Relief Foundation and introduces the work of Freeman Vines, blues guitarist, luthier, and woodcarver, born in Green County, North Carolina.
    Vines’ family grew up on land where his ancestors previously sharecropped and were plantation slaves. Despite having no formal education, the family produced many musicians. Vines’ siblings, the Glorifying Vines Sisters, were a touring gospel group with whom he toured and played guitar. During a stop on the gospel circuit, Vines heard a sound that would haunt and eventually consume him. He began building guitars as a quest to recreate that sound. He recycled materials from old buildings and cast-away items. He did this because he believes that each tree has a soul. Its wood holds the spirit and evokes the history of how it was used. This spirit is given voice in each guitar that Vines builds. He says that, unlike a Gibson, for instance, with a uniform sound, his guitars all hold a sound of their own. Vines once purchased two planks from a black walnut tree, all that was left of a “hanging tree” also known as a “lynching tree,” where a Black man was reportedly murdered some 90 years ago. The energy from those planks profoundly affected him. Eventually, he met Timothy Dufy who had sought him out to photograph him and his guitars, another life-altering event.

  • 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm The Gruesome World of Victorian Medicine Tour of Elmwood Cemetery
    6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
    Elmwood Cemetery, 238 East Princess Anne Road, Norfolk, 23510, United States of America

    Join tour guide Shannon Stafford as he tells stories of what life was truly like in a time when the cure ended up being more deadly than the disease/diagnosis
    Suggested donation of $5. PayPal and walkup donations accepted.
    Info & Weather updates: http://www.nsccva.org/ or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/NorfolkSocietyforCemeteryConservation

Saturday May 28
  • 10:00 am – 4:00 pm HANGING TREE GUITARS: FREEMAN VINES
    10:00 am – 4:00 pm
    Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, 400-420 High Street, Portsmouth, 23704, United States of America

    This exhibition juxtaposes tintypes by Timothy Dufy, photographer, musicologist, and founder of the Music Maker Relief Foundation and introduces the work of Freeman Vines, blues guitarist, luthier, and woodcarver, born in Green County, North Carolina.
    Vines’ family grew up on land where his ancestors previously sharecropped and were plantation slaves. Despite having no formal education, the family produced many musicians. Vines’ siblings, the Glorifying Vines Sisters, were a touring gospel group with whom he toured and played guitar. During a stop on the gospel circuit, Vines heard a sound that would haunt and eventually consume him. He began building guitars as a quest to recreate that sound. He recycled materials from old buildings and cast-away items. He did this because he believes that each tree has a soul. Its wood holds the spirit and evokes the history of how it was used. This spirit is given voice in each guitar that Vines builds. He says that, unlike a Gibson, for instance, with a uniform sound, his guitars all hold a sound of their own. Vines once purchased two planks from a black walnut tree, all that was left of a “hanging tree” also known as a “lynching tree,” where a Black man was reportedly murdered some 90 years ago. The energy from those planks profoundly affected him. Eventually, he met Timothy Dufy who had sought him out to photograph him and his guitars, another life-altering event.

  • 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Memorial Day Walking Tour of Historic Yorktown
    11:00 am – 12:00 pm
    Mobjack Bay Coffee Roasters and Petite Cafe, 411 Main Street, Yorktown, 23690, United States of America

    Saturday, May 28th
    11:00am – 12:00pm
    $10/Person
    (Children 12 and under are complimentary)
    This tour will begin at Grace Episcopal cemetery where some of the more prominent citizens of Yorktown are buried. Stops will include the War Memorial at the Old Courthouse, the Great Valley and the Monument to Victory and Alliance. Images of the French Memorials and National Cemetery will be included in the tour.
    *Tour will begin at Mobjack Bay Coffee Roasters
    *Must be able to walk at a leisurely pace for an hour with stops along the way
    **In event of the tour being canceled or rescheduled due to weather, please visit Mobjackbaycoffee.com for updates

  • 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Church Street Jazz Series- Norman Brown Live In Concert at The Harrison Opera House
    8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
    Harrison Opera House, 160 West Virginia Beach Boulevard, Norfolk, 23510, United States of America

    Season 6 of The Church Street Jazz continues Saturday Evening, May 28th, 8pm at the Elegant Harrison Opera House in Downtown Norfolk. Presented By Sentara Healthcare for One Night Only! Experience An Evening with World Renowned Grammy & Soul Train Music Award Winning Smooth Jazz Guitarist Norman Brown Live in Concert! Covid19 Protocols Enforced. Masks Recommended. Get Your Tickets Now at The Norfolk Scope Box Office, SevenVenues.com, Ticketmaster.com or Church Street JazzSeries.com.

  • 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Norman Brown
    8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
    Harrison Opera House, 160 West Virginia Beach Boulevard, Norfolk, 23510, United States of America

    Grammy Award-winning Contemporary Jazz/R&B superstar Norman Brown has sold close to 2 million albums in his extraordinary career and virtually lives at the top of the Billboard Contemporary Jazz sales and radio charts. Brown has also shared the stage with nearly every Contemporary Jazz superstar from Boney James to Dave Koz to Gerald Albright.

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