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Archive for November, 2009

Holiday Parades and Tree Lighting Ceremonies

by Dave | Posted on November 30th, 2009

Celebrate the holiday season by spending time together at a parade or tree lighting ceremony in Virginia.

Over 45 events to choose from across the Commonwealth. From the 26th annual Ukrops’s Christmas Parade in Richmond to an Old Fashioned Christmas Parade in Chincoteague.

Find the perfect event here http://www.virginia.org/site/features.asp?featureid=671

Leave a comment telling us about your favorite Holiday season happening in Virginia!

 



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Last Chance!

by Casey | Posted on November 16th, 2009

This is the last week to enter the 40 Trips in 40 Weeks sweepstakes and it’s for the biggie – the GRAND PRIZE! A lucky winner will CHOOSE which of the FOUR grand prizes he or she would like to enjoy:

  • History on Wheels in Richmond
  • Ultimate Artistic Passions in Abingdon
  • Southern Sophistication at The Homestead
  • Virginia Beach Adrenaline Adventure

So, will it be YOU? Only one way to be in the running … ENTER TO WIN!



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Virginia’s Got Your Turkey

by Casey | Posted on November 9th, 2009

Kingsmill Resort

Kingsmill Resort is just one place to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner and a stay, too.

Come celebrate and give thanks in the first place thanks was offered in the New World – Berkeley Plantation in Virginia. Explore the history and eat good, too, when you book a Thanksgiving travel package for your family. Consider expanding your trip to take in the new Christmas Town at Busch Gardens. The possibilities for Thanksgiving are endless. Should you shop? Tour historical sites? Or enjoy a wintry wonderland? The choices are yours and the options are plentiful. Check out Thanksgiving in Virginia now.



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Virginia Veterans Day Events and Memorials

by Dave | Posted on November 9th, 2009

NV09101305V_008.TIFVeterans Day is the anniversary of the Armistice signed by the Allies and Germans in 1918, which marked the ending of World War I. In 1954, Armistice Day was renamed Veterans Day to honor all veterans of all wars.

Virginia’s rich military history and iconic sites make the state a moving destination to honor those who fought for freedom. New exhibits and iconic national memorials, battlefields and museums will renew passions for patriotism this Veterans Day in Virginia.

Our deepest gratitude and admiration for the men and women of the United States military!

Find an event near you – http://www.virginia.org/VeteransDay 

 



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100 Miles of Lights

by Dave | Posted on November 6th, 2009

100 Miles of Lights

You have seen no light show like Virginia’s 100 Miles of Lights! Travel from Richmond to Hampton Roads to see fantastic displays worthy of “oohs” and “ahhs”!

Witness the lights in  Hampton, Portsmouth, Newport News, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Richmond, Williamsburg and Yorktown

100 Miles of Lights

100 Miles of Lights



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