Showing posts from December, 2018

Last Minute Call for Holidays in Virginia Beach

It’s not too late to schedule a wonderful camping trip in Virginia Beach during the holidays. Indeed, some of the special local events extend past Christmas Day such as Holiday Lights on the Beach, which runs through December 30, and Busch Gardens Christmas Town, which runs through January 5.

Winter Wildlife Festival
Even in the coldest part of the year, you’ll find fun things to do here. January 25 to 27, are the dates of the Winter Wildlife Festival. The event presents opportunities to visit area nature settings in their winter glory and observe birds and seals.
Some parts of the festival are free, while other parts require fees that range from $5 to $45. The location is the Princess Anne Recreation Center at 1400 Nimmo Parkway.
Duck Donuts
There is something about chilly temperatures that make you want to drop into a bakery for a warm treat. Duck Donuts has a well-deserved reputation for being the best place in town to indulge in these irresistible confections. It offers a seemingly end…

Busch Gardens Christmas Town

Between now and January 5, Busch Gardens, the city’s wonderful theme park, will be aglow with millions of dazzling lights. While this attraction is fun any time of the year, it’s entrancing during the holidays. Be sure and visit, so you can enjoy the heartwarming shows, shop for last-minute gifts and savor festive food. Don’t leave without treating yourself to a mug of the park’s peppermint fudge hot chocolate.

Tickets for a day’s visit are $54. The address is 1 Busch Gardens Boulevard.
Jingle Bell Jam
If you’re like most people, you can’t seem to get enough holiday music during Christmastime. At the Jungle Bell Jam on December 22, you can spend a most pleasant afternoon listening to jolly tunes performed by great local talent.
Tickets range from $11 to $22. Showtime is 3 p.m., but preconcert activities start at 2 p.m. The location is the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts at 201 Market Street.
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The Messiah – the Ultimate Christmas Experience

Down through the ages, people across America and Europe have been attending performances of The Messiah at Christmastime. The lyrics that tell of Christ’s birth, death, resurrection and triumphant return to Earth are set to brilliant musical scores that range from tender to majestic. Some feel that the work is the most exquisite piece of music ever written. There is no better way to remember the reason for the season than hearing this production by the Virginia Symphony Orchestra and Chorus on December 13.

Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets range from $25 to $47. The location is Regent University Theatre at 1000 Regent University Drive.
Sage Kitchen’s Breakfast with Santa
Mark your calendars for December 15 and 22, when Sage Kitchen at Anderson’s presents Breakfast with Santa. For a fee of $10 for children and $15 for adults, you can enjoy a delicious breakfast and take pictures with St. Nick. An additional fee of $15 will permit you the opportunity of engaging in gingerbread house decorating.