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March 23: Pie and chips

It’s all change on our spring timetable.

Because of the committee meeting, Wednesday night’s group painting activity became ‘try pottery’ night. And this week, on March 23, we’re off to the Craig Bar for pie and chips at 7pm to celebrate the end of term. 26 more words

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Group Outings: Where Did I Go Wrong?

It’s 3:47am and you’re just walking through your front door, exhausted, no money in your pocket and trying to block out the night. You lie down and think to yourself: “ 248 more words

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Slover Library: Norfolk's Most Advanced and Beautiful Public Library

Slover Library combines all of the classic enchantment of a library with state-of-the-art technology and a modern architectural aesthetic to set a new standard for both educational and recreational facilities nationwide. 224 more words

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Café Stella: Ghent's Unassuming Urban Treasure

Pay no mind to its lack of outward aesthetic or character: Café Stella is truly a gem of a destination with its delicious beverages, satisfying eats, and laid-back atmosphere. 216 more words

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Colonial Williamsburg: Virginia's Revolutionary History at its Finest

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NARO Expanded Cinema: Norfolk's Classic Independent Theater

The NARO Expanded Cinema is a beautiful, old theater in the heart of Norfolk’s Ghent district. It prides itself on showcasing independent films, hosting charitable events such as the annual Big Damn Shindig (which benefits the Samaritan House and Equality Now), and reviving classics such as the Rocky Horror Picture Show every Halloween and It’s A Wonderful Life every Christmas. 189 more words

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First Landing State Park: Virginia Beach's Historical Landmark

First Landing State Park is the site where colonists from England entered the New World in 1607. Besides its history, it is most known for its hiking trails, bike paths, and abundance of wildlife. 251 more words

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