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Arts & Culture Events

  1. "A Saturday in Ocean View" photographs by Glen McClure

    March 15 - April 26 @ Offsite Gallery, World Trade Center

    Glen McClure’s photographs forge a connection between the subject and the viewer. For this exhibition, Glen and a team of four created portraits of random people encountered in parking lots, on sidewalks and at the beach entrance to the Chesapeake Bay during a September 29, 2018 visit to the Ocean View neighborhood. With over 60 solo exhibitions since 1997, Glen’s work can be found in collections at the Chrysler Museum of Art, the Mariners’ Museum, the Taubman Museum of Art and in numerous private collections.

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    April 1 - November 30 @ Elmwood Cemetery

    NORFOLK SOCIETY FOR CEMETERY CONSERVATION (NSCC) VOLUNTEER WORKDAYS: Tasks include landscape maintenance, beautification projects, and monument restoration and cleaning. Check calendar for more info:

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  3. Virginia Zoo April Membership Swap - Military Aviation Museum

    April 1 - April 30

    The Virginia Zoo and the Military Aviation Museum are swapping members for the month of April. Please visit our website for more details.

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City Council Events

  1. City Council Worksession

    April 2, 4:00 PM @ City Hall

    Worksession held on 10th floor conference room

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Community/Neighborhood Event

  1. Understanding Hampton Roads Forum

    April 2, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ L. Douglas Wilder Performing Arts Center Norfolk State University

    The Hampton Roads Community Foundation invites you on April 2 to its second Understanding Hampton Roads forum. Join us to explore racial equity in education. You and a guest are invited to an Understanding Hampton Roads program focused on the intersection of race, equity and education through the lens of the America to Me documentary. The documentary series America to Me provides an inside look into Oak Park and River Forest High School in suburban Chicago. Produced and directed by Steve James, Academy Award nominated filmmaker and James Madison University alumnus, the series examines racial inequities within the educational system. Admission is free, but registration is required and seating is limited. RSVP by March 26 at or (757) 622-7951. Presenting Sponsor: Norfolk Southern Corporation & Event Partner: Norfolk State University

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