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Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society
Photography has been a part of our lives since the 1800's and Suffolk boasts some great photographers through the years. Join the Suffolk-Nansemond Historical Society as they present "Through The Lens," an exhibit that features thousands of beautiful photos and unique photography equipment.
This exhibition will include artworks in a variety of mediums by artists from throughout the Hampton Roads region and beyond. For more information and a full prospectus, visit SuffolkArtLeague.com.
Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts
This beautiful art exhibition features 23 artists, with 57 paintings and three wood turned pieces.
From Suffolk's best-kept culinary secrets to national award winning restaurants, Suffolk Restaurant Week promises a savory blend of the city's signature flavors. During this culinary encore, scheduled for November 6-13, 2021, participating eateries offer chef-created delicacies and simple three-course, price fixed menus at the deluxe ($10 breakfast/$10 lunch/$20 dinner), premier ($15 lunch/$30 dinner) or ultimate ($20 lunch/$40 dinner) levels for lunch and/or dinner; some restaurants are also offering a Family Meal To-Go option. No coupons, vouchers or tickets are needed-simply order from the Suffolk Restaurant Week menu. It's the perfect time to sample new restaurants or delight in old favorites!
Shop a variety of vendors (handmade, vintage, garden, etc.) and support unique local small businesses in the quaint community of the Historic Village of Driver!
Additional market on 11/27.
"Swamped and Loving It!"
Meet the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge in a new way—up close and personal! Enjoy a biologist-led nature walk as you learn about the flora, fauna, wildlife and history that abound in the 111,000-acre wilderness. Reservations are required and cancellations are expected no less than 48 hours prior to scheduled tour. Call the Suffolk Visitor Center to reserve your spot.
Bring your best oyster shucking gear and show off your skills (hot sauce, oyster knives, gloves, etc.) Let our local watermen treat you to the biggest and best oysters in town. Have a hot cup of clam chowder while sipping a beer from our beer truck and listening to the band. (beer included with your ticket purchase) This is an outdoor event, and the oysters will be cooked fresh and delivered right to your table. HURRY -- we are only selling a total of 550 tickets and they will go fast. Ticket sales end on November 6, 2021! Don't miss this one!
Join in the conversation as we discuss "Belle: The Slave Daughter and the Lord Chief Justice," based on the true-life story of Dido Elizabeth Belle. She was born into slavery in the West Indies, but raised as a member of British gentry. The book club will meet for tea and conversation at True Growf (201 E. Washington Street).
This 75-minute walking tour explores the hidden meanings buried in Suffolk’s Historic Cedar Hill Cemetery. The tour will feature Victorian-era symbolism, burial practices, funerary industries, and mourning rituals. This intriguing and educational excursion will highlight how the residents of Suffolk both lived and died in the 19th century. Cedar Hill Cemetery is more than two centuries old, with roots that harken back to the founding of Suffolk. With keen eyes and curious minds, this tour will bring into focus the fascinating world of Victorian America, their obsession with death, dying, and living beyond the grave.
A hair-raising encounter with the spirited side of Suffolk. Follow a costumed guide through the shadows of historic Main Street discovering stories, legends and "unexplained occurrences" by lantern light. Tales of unsolved mysteries and unresolved affairs abound throughout Suffolk's historically hip Ghost Walk. Reservations required.
Della Mae, a Nashville-based, all-female string band, has a completely original style—sensitive yet assertive, intense yet playful, steeped in tradition yet undeniably current. Versatile instrumentalists and vocalists, they draw from a bottomless well of roots influences to create vibrant original music that conveys an expansive musical vision.