The Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission (MPPDC), as part of its efforts to address the prevalence of vacant structures in the region, is seeking the public’s input through an online survey, MPPDC Director Lewie Lawrence announced this month. The survey is available HERE. The survey is a part of a study being conducted by the … Continue reading “Middle Peninsula Planning seeks input”
Gloucester Arts on Main invites you to attend their next ‘Movies on Main’ event on Thursday, February 28th 7p-9p…..“The Legacy of Gilbert Klingel: Man of Steel” Gilbert Klingel was a self-taught naturalist and explorer who spent his life studying the Chesapeake Bay. His article, “One Hundred Hours Beneath the Chesapeake,” in the May 1955 issue … Continue reading “Movies on Main Series continues at Gloucester Arts on Main”
With spring on the way, Gloucester Clean Community Office announces March 16, 2019, 8 a.m. to Noon, as the official date and time for Clean Gloucester Day. This county-wide litter cleanup has become a community tradition with hundreds of volunteers removing litter from roadways, businesses, schools, neighborhoods and parks. Church groups will be encouraged to … Continue reading “Clean Gloucester Day”
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AFRICAN AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPH COLLECTION NAMED AMONG TOP ENDANGERED ARTIFACTS The Fairfield Foundation is proud to announce it is a 2018 honoree of the Virginia Association of Museums Top 10 Endangered Artifacts program for its recently discovered artifact, Images of African American Life in Mid-20th Century Gloucester County: Photographs and Mementos from the Freedom B. Goode … Continue reading “Fairfield Foundation needs your vote now in the Virginia Association of Museums Top 10 Endangered Artifacts program”