and largest ethnic festival, will include traditional Greek cuisine,
exciting entertainment, arts and crafts, beautiful jewelry, a cooking
school and the very popular drive-thru.
Admission and parking are free and open to the public.
The Chesapeake Jubilee
will celebrate its 28th anniversary from May 20 to 23, 2010 at
Chesapeake's City Park on Greenbrier Parkway. The event features
world-famous musical artists, the largest 4-H show and sale in
Virginia, Zambelli Fireworks, rides, games, attractions, arts and
crafts, Kiwanis Club Shrimp Feast and a Virginia State Championship
Kansas City Barbecue Society Cook-Off. Admission is $2, with children 5
and younger admitted free, and onsite parking is available for $5.
festive with some Valentine's Day crafts and recipes! Looking for
something super fun and cute to do with your little ones? Check out Kaboose.comand Disney Family Fun for adorable gifts to create with your little sweeties. Groundhog
Day: Will we have six more weeks of winter or will spring soon be here?
One way or the other, we're going to celebrate with a special evening
filled with winter and spring activities including a visit from the Virginia Living Museum's
whistle pig (a.k.a the groundhog). Enjoy treats, children's crafts and
activities, and discover more about the tradition of the groundhog.
The 18th Annual Polar Plunge
benefiting Special Olympics Virginia takes place on Saturday, Feb. 6
between 6th and 9th streets on the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. More than
3,200 thrill-seekers are expected to brave the chilly Atlantic Ocean
wearing nothing but swimsuits and zany costumes. This year they even
have plunge for the kiddies.
It is great to get your children involved in promoting good causes and supporting those less fortunate. After a long day of events don't forget to treat you and your spouse to a night out and a BabysitEase babysitter to watch the kids. Schedule your babysitter today.
Have breakfast with Santa any Saturday from Dec. 5 to Dec. 20 at the Founders Inn and Spa. Reservations are required.
The Virginia Aquarium and Marine Science Center offers a variety of holiday activities, including Walt Disney's A Christmas Carol in IMAX 3-D, a 45-minute cruise on Owls Creek with Santa and his crew, a scuba-diving Santa who feeds the fish, and more.
Get into the holiday spirit with the music of the season and dazzling laser effects at the Virginia Living Museum Planetarium. It's an animated Christmas light display for $4 plus admission.
Join Gomley Chesed Congregation at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 13 for a community lighting of their Menorah. Come and hear the story of Hanukkah with a traditional celebration, refreshments and gifts for the children.
Enjoy Movie Night at Mount Trashmore.
Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation will present Movie Night,
featuring Hotel for Dogs, at 7:30 p.m. on August 21. There will also be
special free pre-movie family activities and movie snacks for sale.
Come out and enjoy a night of family-friendly flicks and fun under the
stars in the park. The event is free and open to the public with