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  1. CANCELED: Artists Who Teach 2020 exhibit opening

    March 21, 2020, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM @ Charles Taylor Visual Arts Center > Charles Taylor Visual Arts Center - Main Gallery

    Due to coronavirus concerns, this event has been canceled but may be rescheduled. Artists Who Teach is an annual exhibition that presents the artwork of our talented regional arts educators from the entire Coastal Virginia region – the Southside and the Peninsula. Artwork in all media are represented by current faculty at area schools and colleges. Featured awards are the David J. Levinson Best in Show Award ($1,000) and First ($500), Second ($250) and Third ($100) Place awards. Artist and educator Clay McGlamory will be juror and select the award winners for the exhibition. McGlamory taught at Old Dominion University for 19 years and has been teaching at the Governor’s School for the Arts for 28 years. He runs his own press, Half Ass Press, based in Norfolk, and is current President of the Virginia Glass Guild.

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  2. CANCELED: Phoebus Dock Party and Sock Burning

    March 21, 2020, 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Phoebus Waterfront Park

    Due to coronavirus concerns, this event has been canceled but may be rescheduled. The spring solstice has arrived and Phoebus is celebrating. The official sock burning presentation is at 2:30 p.m. Please bring a pair of socks to donate to the Salvation Army. The party includes live music, beer, seafood, treats and children’s activities. What is a sock burning? Annual sock burning began in spring 1978, when after a snowy winter, boatbuilder Bob Turner bid his oppressive sock-wearing days farewell for the summer by throwing them into a campfire. What was an act of defiance turned into tradition. At the beginning of spring, boaters across the country toss socks into a fire and put on boat shoes & flip flops to celebrate the return of boating season.

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  3. CANCELED: 10,000 Maniacs

    March 21, 2020, 8:00 PM @ The American Theatre

    Due to coronavirus concerns, this event has been canceled but may be rescheduled. Get ready for an exhilarating evening of chart-topping hits! 10,000 Maniacs have been entertaining fans for nearly 40 years with their “proudly eclectic” style, and today tours with a six-piece line-up that’s sure to have audiences on their feet. From their early beginnings in Jamestown, New York, to sold-out concerts around the world, 10,000 Maniacs have always found inspiration just outside of the mainstream with songs like “These Are Days,” “Because the Night,” and “More Than This.”

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Hampton Clean City Commission

  1. CANCELED: Household Chemical & Electronics Collection

    March 21, 2020, 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Hampton Coliseum

    This event has been canceled because of coronavirus concerns. The collection event for April 11 at Warhill High School in Williamsburg is still scheduled for now. The next event at the Hampton Coliseum, May 16, is also still on the schedule. Five times a year, Virginia Peninsulas Public Service Authority collects household chemicals and electronics in Hampton. This keeps chemicals and devices out of our steam plant and landfill, so it's very important. You can bring the following items to the collection: paint, stain, solvent, glue, varnish, adhesive, gasoline & other fuel [less than 50 gal], wax, gas/oil mixture, brake fluid, engine cleaner, motor oil, antifreeze, insecticide, weed killer, pesticide, fertilizer, pest strips, oven cleaner, drain cleaner, floor wax & cleaner, metal polish/jewelry cleaner, bleach, degreaser, septic tank cleaner, toilet cleaner, charcoal fluid, dye, kerosene, pool chemical, photofinishing chemical, rechargeable batteries, fluorescent lights, CFLs.

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  2. Community Cleanup at Nettles Lane - Canceled

    March 21, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Nettles Lane

    Saturday Community Cleanups are planned based on Community Appearance & Litter Index scores and citizen requests. They are planned to bring attention litter problems in addition to cleaning up the sites. They're a great way to start the weekend! Most are family-friendly events. YOU MUST REGISTER to participate!

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    March 16, 2020 - April 23, 2020

    In order to slow the spread of the Coronavirus, City of Hampton public buildings are temporarily closed to the public.

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  1. Suspension on Visitation, Weekender Programs and Volunteer Services

    March 21, 2020 - 12:00 PM

    To all Citizens, Sheriff B.J. Roberts and the Hampton Sheriff`s Office would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation in our desire to protect the public, inmate population and our staff from the potential impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The Sheriff`s Office is immediately suspending inmate visitation, inmate weekender programs, and our volunteer services until further notice in all Hampton Sheriff's Office Correctional Facilities. We will continue to coordinate our efforts and ensure that updated information is regularly distributed to you on our website, mobile applications and on our social media.

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