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17 Apr 1:35 am EDT

PT CLOUDY
Hi: 61 F, 16 C Lo: 44 F, 7 C
Partly cloudy early this evening, then clearing
Winds NW 10 to 25
As of 01:31 it is 52 degrees
Winds are from the north at 11 knots
Chesapeake Bay temperature is 59
Sunrise 6:26 AM, sunset 7:40 PM
The Moon is Waxing Crescent (22%)
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Calendar of Events for Saturday 17 April 2021:

  • Yesterday through Tomorrow, Cape Charles Town-Wide Yard Sale - See the flyer for details.
  • Yesterday through Tomorrow, Chincoteague Island Decoy, Art, and Getaway Auction at the Cincoteague Center. See the flyer for details.
  • Tuesday 20 Apr, “Exploring The Nature Conservancy’s Virginia Coast Reserve Using Leave No Trace Principles” 1:00-2:00 pm via Zoom. Presentation from Jenny Miller, Preserve & Education Manager in partnership with the Academy for Lifetime Learning ESVA. Register at www.allesva.org. For more info, please contact Margaret Van Clief at mvanclief@tnc.org.
  • Wednesday 21 Apr, Accomack County Public Schools Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration - 9AM to 2PM and 5PM to 7PM at all elementary schools. Parent or Guardian only may attend. Please do not bring children. Registration is by appointment only. Please call the school in your child’s attendance zone to schedule an appointment. Parents will be escorted into the building. Parents need to stay in their car until it is their turn to keep everyone safe.
  • Wednesday 21 Apr, American Red Cross Blood Drive - 11 AM to 3 PM at Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital in the hospital’s conference room. Donors of all blood types are welcome, as are Power Red donors. Donors are required to wear a mask and observe social distancing. If a donation station is not available when the donor arrives, they will be asked to wait in their car for the next available station. Appointments are required. Make an appointment at www.redcrossblood.org and use sponsor code SMHosp.
  • Thursday 22 Apr, Earth Day Walk, 4:00-5:30 pm, at The Nature Conservancy's Brownsville Preserve in Nassawadox. Join Outreach & Education Coordinator, Margaret Van Clief for a walk celebrating Earth Day on the preserve. Free, but space is limited. Please contact Margaret at mvanclief@tnc.org to register. COVID safety protocol required.
  • Friday 23 Apr, Frog Walk, 6:00-7:30 pm, at The Nature Conservancy's Brownsville Preserve in Nassawadox. Join local science teacher, Erin Anthony and Conservancy staff for an exploration of frog and toad habitat on the Birding & Wildlife Trail. Free, but space is limited. Please contact Margaret at mvanclief@tnc.org to register. COVID safety protocol required.
  • Friday 23 Apr, ACPS 4th-6th graders! 12:00-4:00 pm. Join Nature Conservancy educators at Onancock Town Park for FREE hands-on outdoor exploration! Register- forms.gle/cJhtTHedkhdUHjzE9. COVID safety guidelines will be in place while having lots of fun and enjoying a FREE lunch! For more info, please contact Preserve & Education Manager Jenny Miller at jennifer.miller@tnc.org or 442-5418.
  • Saturday 24 Apr, Eastern Shore Garden Tour - 10AM to 4PM. Explore gardens steeped in history on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, the 70-mile long peninsula where you can view the sunrise on the Atlantic Ocean and the sunset over the Chesapeake Bay. Renowned for its scenic farms, preserved coastlines, seafood and hospitality, quaint towns dot the way north from Cape Charles to the Maryland state line. This driving tour features gardens and properties located in the Southern-to-mid section of the peninsula. Perennial tour centerpiece and National Historic Landmark, Eyre Hall, is an acclaimed ancestral property displaying some of the country’s oldest continuously maintained gardens. See the website for more information and to purchase tickets online.
  • Monday 26 Apr, Arbor "Week" Walk, 6:00-7:00 pm, at The Nature Conservancy's Brownsville Preserve in Nassawadox. Join Preserve & Education Manager, Jenny Miller for an exploration of trees commonly found along our public birding & wildlife trail. Free, but space is limited. Please contact Margaret at mvanclief@tnc.org to register. COVID safety protocol required.
  • Wednesday 28 Apr, NCPS 4th-6th graders! 12:00-4:00 pm. Join Nature Conservancy educators at Indiantown Park in Eastville for FREE hands-on outdoor exploration! Register- forms.gle/cJhtTHedkhdUHjzE9. COVID safety guidelines will be in place while having lots of fun and enjoying a FREE lunch! For more info, please contact Preserve & Education Manager Jenny Miller at jennifer.miller@tnc.org or 442-5418.
  • Friday 30 Apr, Arbor Day
  • Saturday 1 May, International Workers' Day
  • Saturday 1 May, 52nd Annual Chincoteague Seafood Festival -- Cancelled
  • Saturday 1 May, Spring Art and Food Fair - 10 AM to 3 PM at the Franktown United Methodist Church. Sponsored by Montessori Childrens House of the ERastern Shore and Franktown UMC

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