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Arts & Culture Events

  1. Arts@odu: The Art of Trains

    June 11, 11:00 AM - July 15, 5:00 PM @ Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries

    This exhibition explores the influence of trains on growth of America as a nation. From Henry Speller and Grandma Moses to Thomas Hart Benton and Man Ray, the show features works by self-taught and trained artists.

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  2. July Membership Swap - Virginia Zoo / MOCA

    July 4, 10:00 AM - July 31, 5:00 PM @ Virginia Zoological Park

    The Virginia Zoo and Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art are swapping members for the month of July. To enjoy these benefits, simply show your current membership card and photo ID at the admissions desk.

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  1. Norfolk Nighthawks: Late Night Fishing Social

    July 7, 9:30 PM

    This summer will be the third season of the Norfolk Nighthawks, a free recreation program that provides a safe space and enrichment opportunities for young people 18+ held each Friday and Saturday night, 9:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m., during the summer. This year’s season expands from three to five locations in Norfolk, such as East Ocean View Community Center, which will host a new night fishing program for participants. 2018 will kick-off with an adult All-Star Basketball Game at Norview Community Center on June 29. Training such as computer coding and food handler’s certification, as well as fun activities like a hip hop dance class, will be at the various locations throughout the summer.

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  2. Norfolk Nighthawks: Spades Tournament

    July 7, 9:30 PM

    This summer will be the third season of the Norfolk Nighthawks, a free recreation program that provides a safe space and enrichment opportunities for young people 18+ held each Friday and Saturday night, 9:30 p.m. – 12:00 a.m., during the summer. This year’s season expands from three to five locations in Norfolk, such as East Ocean View Community Center, which will host a new night fishing program for participants. 2018 will kick-off with an adult All-Star Basketball Game at Norview Community Center on June 29. Training such as computer coding and food handler’s certification, as well as fun activities like a hip hop dance class, will be at the various locations throughout the summer.

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