Thanks Sesame Street Live: Make a New Friend and the Ted Constant Convocation Center at ODU for not disappointing about a thousand toddlers and their parents this morning. The rain was pouring, the streets were flooding, but the show must go on.
Say it with me: I will have fun this weekend, I will have fun this weekend, I will have fun this weekend.
Editor's note: with this weather, please check with the event organizer's social media before heading out. Consider this a working draft.
Now through Sunday: Celebrate sports, art and music at the seven-day pop-up Spoke & Art Celebration in Williamsburg.
Now through Sunday: At the risk of getting that song from Frozen stuck in my head, you should know that Disney On Ice Presents 100 Year of Magic is at the Hampton Coliseum. Listen to the music at your own risk.
Thursday through Saturday: Got kids? Plan to conform to society’s issues with nudity? Then you may want to head to Hannah’s Closet Children’s Consignment Sale in Williamsburg. Clothes cost a lot; these don’t.
You have no excuse to not have fun this weekend. Also, Saturday exploded.
5-7pm: Join your friends in the NEON District for Happy Hour. A raffle will be held to support THE JOY FUND, and the prizes are fun!
6-8:30pm: Check out the businesses in our area at the Peninsula Business Expo at the Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce.
Thursday through Sunday: Fill your need for a little dark humor at “Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play” by Anne Washburn at the Generic Theater.
6-8:30pm: hear Jesse Chong in Portsmouth during Sunset Thursday at Portside.
6-9pm: Enjoy music by Gabe Niles, a beer tasting from O’Connor Brewing Company, light hors d’oeuvres, and happy hour specials at Work Release during the Hamilton Perkins 2015 Presentation.
When you first meet Nicki Fox Toy--who you may know as a member of the improv troupe Sons of Harold--she has a quick smile and deep laugh that makes you instantly like her. She’s one of those people with whom you’d love to have a beer. A person with whom you could shoot the shit, but could the relationship be more?
The Pushers and Generic Theater have teamed up to bring you a weekend full of the best improv, sketch, and stand up comedy.
- Further unite the Norfolk Metro creative community
- Raise money for a most important cause, children in need
Chelsea West Fest to Feature the Best of Everything Local: Music, crafts, food, beer and fun for the family on October 3.
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