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What’s Happening Now at the Museum?

Chisman Creek Band This Past Sunday!!!

WOW WEE – did we have a grand time at our first summer concert!  Over 155 guests danced, stomped, and partied their way into summer with the CHISMAN CREEK BAND!  The band, hailing from the Williamsburg area, played a nice selection of foot stompin’ and dancin’ bluegrass, classic rock and modern rock vibes.  The weather was decent, so we had the concert under the Pavilion (504 Main Street).

$10 pp, kids under 13 are free.  Bring your own picnic dinner and a libation (or you can purchase beer, wine, soda and/or water here).  Lawn chairs are welcome too!  You pay at the gate/door – no reservations necessary!  BRING FRIENDS!!!

  Chisman Creek Band!

 

 

Clean The Creek Day: POSTPONED due to Thunderstorms: Now set for Sept. 22nd

Double click on Clean the Bay line above and link to this fun-filled Saturday activity  on Sept. 22nd – grab your friends and help clean your local creeks, gullies, ditches, streams, or water-front!  Stop by the Museum (504 Main Street Reedville) to get your Cleanup kit at 9am.  Bring all trash back and have munch on free grilled hot dogs (11:30-1pm).  Activities and free museum Open House the rest of the day.  While here, visit with the HAM radio operators who are broadcasting to hundreds of museums around the world!

 

HAM Radio Operators Broadcast to Museum Boats Around the World!

On Saturday, June 2- and Sunday June 3rd HAM radio operators from around the Northern Neck will be in the pavilion at the Museum (504 Main Street) to broadcast to museum ships around the world – and you are invited to come over and spend some time with them – and maybe talk to a museum in Australia!!!

Stop by 9-5 on Sat., 1-4 on Sunday.

 

Summer Concert Series Stars June 10th!

Join your friends, family and neighbors at the Pavilion on the Museum’s main campus on three Sunday evenings this summer for some rockin’ good vibes!  Bring your own picnic and libations, or purchase a beverage and a snack here.  Tables, chairs will be available, or, bring your lawn chairs or blanket!  Tickets are $10 per person, or buy the series for $25 ($5 savings). Help the Museum while dancing the evening away!

Sunday, June 10th: Chisman Creek Band

Sunday, July 22nd: Big Boss Band

Sunday, August 19: Planet Full of Blues

NOTE: If there is bad weather, the concert(s) will be moved to Festival Halle at 177 Main Street, Reedville. You can/should still bring your picnic dinner, a libation (though we’ll sell you a beer, wine, soda or water there), and a lawn chair.  IF you are unsure about location – check to see if there are cars at Festival Halle as you drive into the village – if so, stop there. If not, drive on down to the Museum!

 

“Cocktails on the Creek” for the 2018 Season!

Every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month (April – October) – join your friends, neighbors and colleagues for Cocktails on the Creek!  Free event hosted by the Museum – in the back gallery and decks. Rain or shine! This is an evening of food, libations and friendship.

Bring your own libation and a snack to share (chips, dips, meatballs, hot dips, desserts, etc.).  We place all food on a communal table and feast!  The Museum will have sodas, ice, and mixers available.  No reservations needed, just come on by – we’ll be in the Covington Building (back in the Watermen’s Gallery).

 

Elva C  Creek Cruises

The Elva C, our fabulous work boat, wlll take passengers out on Cockrell’s Creek for a one-hour cruise right before Cocktails on the Creek every 2nd and 4th Friday from April 13-October!  These cruises are free, but due to limited space (15), you must call ahead for a seat to 804-453-6529.

 

 

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ATTENTION VOLUNTEERS! Interested in History?

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Volunteer Docents Are in Great Demand!

The Reedville Fishermen’s Museum needs some help from our local area residents and friends. We are in need of  new docents to man the gift shop and guide our visitors through the museum and its campus. Shifts are only 3 1/2 hours long. There are two docents per shift and two shifts per day. If you can spare time to volunteer for one or two shifts per month, it would make a huge difference! You can even pick which days of the week you would like to help. Complete training is provided and it is not difficult to learn.

Please contact the museum office at 804.453.6529 if you would like to join our wonderful volunteer force!

Thank you so much