Lunch and Learn with John Quarstein
If you follow local historial John Quarstein, you'll be thrilled to know that he'll be speaking this week on "The Civil War in
Thursday, January 31 (Registration in advance required)
11:30 to Noon - Light lunch
Noon to 1 p.m. - Presentation
Saint Leo's Newport News Education Office
One Compass Way, Suite 160, Newport News
(Located at the Compass Point office development, corner of Canon Boulevard and Oyster Point Road. From I64, use the Oyster Point exit.)
The presentation is open to the public, free of charge, but pre-registration is required.Click here for details and additional information.
Just for Fun!
The folks at Publishers Weekly have posted an online poll asking readers to vote for "Greatest American Writer." One of our editors spotted it, and we thought you might enjoy it as much as we did. (It's tough!)
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(Please be sure to check these out before heading out the door, especially in the event of inclement weather.)
Wednesday, January 30
Open-Mic Poetry / Fuzzy Wednesdays
Palace on Plume
300 E. Plume Street, Norfolk
9 p.m. to ??
Cost: $8 plus cover
Host: God Child
Friday, Feburary 1
Poetry Reading / Featured Poet ~ Verses and Vibes
Island Flavours Caribbean Restaurant
2280 Executive Drive, Hampton
8:30 p.m. to ??
Host: Glo Shines
Saturday, February 2
7770 Croaker Road, Williamsburg
11 a.m. to 12 Noon
Host: Ed Lull
Monday, February 4