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March 2016

There are 4 blog entries for March 2016.


Mom always said, don’t put all your eggs in one basket, but what else do you do at Easter? No matter where you are in Hampton Roads, there is an Easter celebration happening near you. From petting zoos to chances to meet Peter Cottontail, get out this weekend and make memories with your family!

Easter Egg Hunt at Lee Hall Mansion

Newport News, VA on 03/26/2016 from 9 to 10:30 AM   History and holiday celebration combine for a fun morning. Egg hunt starts promptly at 10, so be a little early. For children 12 and under, admission $5.   “Egg Scramble” Food Free Egg Hunt at City View Park  

Virginia Beach, VA on 03/26/2016 from 11 AM to 1 PM

Lots of activities and a plastic egg hunt filled with non-food goodies. Free for

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When it comes to eating out in Hampton Roads, a lot of the focus is on Virginia Beach and Norfolk. Both cities are chock full of great places to eat, but today we want to touch on the food scene in Portsmouth, specifically the locally owned and operated.

Portsmouth is one of our favorite cities for eating out in Hampton Roads, but we don’t think it gets the attention it deserves. Make sure to take a look at this round-up of five of our favorites.

1. The Bier Garden: 438 High Street, Portsmouth, VA 23704

The Osfolk family have been running this German restaurant in Old Town for over 18 years. Explore the stellar (and gigantic) beer list or just enjoy their fresh, homemade Bavarian food. Don’t miss any opportunity you get this summer to dine on

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Spoiled by the first week of really nice weather this year, we couldn’t help but think of all the great adventures we could have this weekend around Hampton Roads. Even if it has been awhile since you had any local trips in the great outdoors, remind yourself again how lucky you are to live in such a beautiful area with a visit to any of these nearby sites.

First Landing State Park: This “oasis within urban Virginia Beach” is one of the most visited state parks in Virginia. With 20 miles of trails and almost 2 miles of sandy bay beach, there is no shortage of space to explore. Rich history, special events, and educational opportunities add to the fun. For directions and info visit:

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Spring is just around the corner. Each week that has more warm days than cold days is a welcome change. In the spirit of growth and the changing season, we've rounded up a few simple ideas to help refresh your home as we cast off the winter cold.

Refreshing your home can be as simple or as involved as you have time for. Many major renovations get started as the temperatures begin to rise, but even if your budget doesn’t make a large change possible, you can always do some little things to brighten up your space and home.

1. Get cleaning.

Your house has been sealed up tight to keep you and your family warm all winter. Time to get some air moving and give the house a good scrub. This is the time to deep clean. Cleaning isn’t fun for

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