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Arts & Culture Events

  1. Three-Ring Circus - Glass Artists at Work

    June 1, 8:30 AM - June 3 @ Glass Wheel Studios

    A mobile hot shop set up in the parking lot next to Glass Wheel Studios, 128 W. Olney Road. Presented by Tidewater Community College. You can find free public glassmaking performances at this space on Thursday, Friday and Saturday morning (June 1-3), at 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., and Thursday and Friday evening beginning at 9 p.m.

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  2. Zoo To Do - Welcome the Rhinos

    June 3, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Virginia Zoological Park

    This Year's Annual “Zoo To Do” celebrates the arrival of the Virginia Zoo’s newest family members, two White rhinos named Bora and Zina. The ”White rhino Party” invites the community to dance, feast, sip and be magnificent.

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  3. Burning Man Opening Party

    June 3, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM @ Hermitage Museum and Gardens

    An exhibition dedicated to the art of the Burning Man Festival held annually in Nevada will open at the Hermitage Museum and run through October 14. The exhibition will feature outdoor and indoor artworks from six of Burning Man's artist teams. Immersive, large-scale sculptures and interactive installations will transform the Hermitage grounds for five months. PHOTO: an example of previous Burning Man artwork.

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Environmental Events

  1. Great American Cleanup- Clean the Bay Day

    June 3, All Day @ TBD

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Norfolk Public Library Event

  1. NPL Workshop: Pocahontas and After. Indians of the Chesapeake today and yesterday

    June 3, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Slover Library

    Learn the true story of Pocahontas through presentations, readings, discussion and activities. Uncover how widely accepted misconceptions and stereotypes have rendered Indians of the Chesapeake nearly invisible.

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