Who’s Ready for a Halloween Haunt?

First and foremost, be sure to RSVP early for this one folks! We’re planning on having a haunted outing at Kings Dominion on Saturday, October 5. Kings Dominion is famous for spreading thrills & chills. This year they’re rolling out even more Halloween and fall-themed fun with Howl-O-Fest. Lunch will be provided; however, transportation and parking are not included. Please check the […]

Stand Up Paddle Boarding Lessons in Central Virginia

What’s SUP? No, I’m not asking you about your current demeanor, but I, literally, want to know what SUP is. Well, according to Black Dog Paddle it’s Stand Up Paddleboarding–a combination of canoeing, kayaking and surfing–and not only is it fun, but it’s a pretty good workout, too. Black Dog Paddle brings stand up paddle boarding […]

Back to School Savings with Tax Free Shopping Holidays

The first day of school for area students is right around the corner and the sate of Virginia knows it! According to the state site, Virginia’s back to school tax-free shopping period is the first full weekend of August (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) each year. Therefore, this year the holiday will take place August 2-4, 2013. That’s a win for […]

Don’t Skip Out on Valpak’s Local Savings!

Everyone likes to save when they have the chance, right? There is a way to save on just about everything you can think of, you just have to know how and where to look! You’ve probably seen Valpaks in the mail over the years containing paper coupons for various local establishments. Well, Valpak has taken to the […]

Catch A Fish Day at King George

Attention all young and aspiring fishermen (12 & under), this weekend is your chance to shine and show the world would you can do! On Saturday, May 4 (rain or shine), King George Parks and Recreation is hosting Catch A Fish Day from 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. This event is scheduled to take place at a […]

Catch A Flick this Weekend at the Dahlgren Movie Theater

It has been one of America’s favorite pastimes for decades, and for good reason! You maybe thinking I’m referring to baseball and while that’s a great guess, I’m actually talking about the silver screen. From silent films to stop motion animated flicks to 3D, we as Americans spend billions of dollars at the movies annually. […]

The Military Kids Connect

As you know, there are many different kinds of services available to you and your family on-base to help with those times, both good and bad. We want to highlight a certain service available to the military kids called Military Kids Connect, who does phenomenal work for those needing guidance. Their website uses innovative ways to […]

Get Dirty with the King George Lion’s Club

The King George Lions Club is sponsoring a Dirty Lions Mud Run on June 29th at Eagle Bay off Rt. 218 in King George County. The event will feature both a 5k Dirty Lion Mud Run and a 1-mile Leo Mud Run. Both races will begin and end at the Eagle Bay subdivision. Registration is open right […]

Fredericksburg’s 11th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Though it hasn’t been a tradition nearly as long as it has in Ireland, Fredericksburg’s 11th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade is scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 16. There will be something for everyone, so be sure to bring the entire family! Irish songs and Irish dancers will start the day around 11:00 a.m. […]

Take A Ride on the Trolley in “America’s Most Historic City”

About 40 minutes west of Dahlgren lies one of America’s most historic cities. It’s called Fredericksburg and it’s simply amazing. Essentially, it’s like stepping back in time to the Colonial Era when people like George Washington, Mary Washington, and James Monroe lived and did business there. Make plans to take a day trip (or more if you’d […]

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