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We can host your next event! | Chesapeake Conference Center
@ The Chesapeake Conference Center
We can host your next event!
... from business meetings to trade shows, receptions to galas, birthday celebrations to weddings, and sporting competitions to concerts. You name it, we've done it!
The Chesapeake Conference Center is a premier, full-service banquet, conference, and meeting center. We are located in Coastal Virginia, the Southeastern area of...
Greater Richmond Region - Wikipedia
The Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) which includes 3 other cities (Petersburg, Hopewell and Colonial Heights), and adjacent counties is home to approximately 1.3 million Virginians or 15.1% of Virginia's population.  ). The Richmond Region is growing at a fast rate, one of the fastest growing metro areas in the country, adding nearly 400,000 residents in the past...
Date: 2017-04-04 14:33:28
Local Area Arts - Little Theatre of Norfolk
Local Area Arts
While we think LTN offers it's own special presence, we're not the only arts venue in town. Here are a few of our favorites.
The Generic Theater
The Generic Theater of Virginia holds a unique place in the cultural life of Hampton Roads as the area's "off-Broadway" playhouse. Since 1981 it has challenged and delighted audiences with the new, different and the off-beat in...
Date: 2017-04-05 17:42:25
Virginia Choral Society
The Virginia Choral Society is a community-based choral group of 80-100 voices which currently presents three major concert series each year; one series in the fall, one during the winter holiday season, and one in the spring. VCS sings a wide variety of repertoire; at any given concert you might hear...
Theatres in Virginia - Virginia Is For Lovers
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Blue Ridge Highlands
Abingdon - When young Robert Porterfield opened the Barter Theatre in 1933 his ticket prices were as cheap as beans. Literally. Porterfield allowed local farmers to barter produce from their land and gardens for admission to see a play. At the end of the first season, the Barter Company cleared $4.35 in...