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Posted on: September 29, 2022

[ARCHIVED] UPDATE: Weather cancelations and postponements in Hampton

Storm Updates

Sept. 30 – The forecast of severe weather related to Tropical Storm Ian has led to the cancellation or postponement of several events in Hampton this weekend.

  • The SLANDER show at Hampton Coliseum has been rescheduled to March 2023; learn more by visiting https://www.hamptoncoliseum.org/events/detail/slander-the-thrive-tour
  • The Crawlin' Crab 5K on Saturday and half-marathon on Sunday have been canceled, as well as all the activities associated with them. Participants who had registered for the events will receive more information by email.
  •  The inaugural Virginia Peninsula Community College Community Day 5K scheduled for Saturday along the Mattison Trail has been rescheduled for Saturday, Oct. 8.
  •  Hampton City Schools has canceled all after-school and evening activities on Friday and Saturday, including athletic events. All of the city's school-aged after-school programs are also canceled today.
  •  The Buckroe Beach Farmers Market scheduled for Saturday had been canceled.
  •  The James T. Wilson Fishing Pier at Buckroe Beach will close at 10 p.m. Thursday.
  •  The Downtown Hampton Live concert event scheduled for Friday evening at Mill Point Park has been canceled. This was the final scheduled event in the series.
  •  All youth football league games and other outdoor athletic events scheduled for Friday and Saturday have been canceled.
  •  The Woodlands and The Hamptons golf courses and the Hampton Tennis Center will be closed until the storm passes.
  •  Boat rentals at Sandy Bottom Nature Park will be shut down until conditions are safer.

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