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The 6th Annual Fine Arts Festival is on April 30 at King William High School Gym. Times to be determined. It is a showcase of all the fine arts from all the King William schools. The festival features art, dancing, music, singing, drama, etc. Admission is $2 and all students/children are free. Concessions will be available.
On Saturday April 30th from 9 am until noon, Christians For The Cure will hold a bake sale at Lilian Home Center in Burgess. The team is comprised of both members of Afton and Fairfields United Methodist Churches. Team Captain, Diana Mahan said, “all proceeds will go to the Relay For Life, raising funds for cancer research.” This will be their last fund raiser before the main event which will take place on Saturday, May 7th at 5 p.m. in White Stone at the Church of the Nazarene. Please come and support a worthy cause.
On Saturday, April 30 Clark’s Staffing LLC will be taking applications for industrial laborers, production workers and experienced forklift drivers at The King & Queen Library on Newtown Road in St. Stephen’s Church from 10 AM to 1:30 PM. Go to clarksstaffingllc.com for more information.
Come and enjoy the Colosse Spring Festival, “Raise The Roof” on April 30 from 10 AM – 4 PM, rain or shine. The event is being held at Colosse Baptist Church in West Point. Bring your own lawn chair and enjoy a fun filled day with live bands, pony rides, corn hole tourney, silent auction and much, much more. All proceeds will benefit the Colosse New Building Fund. Call (804) 986-8773 for more information.
On Saturday April 30, 2016 the Tappahannock Police Department and Essex County Sheriff’s Office will once again participate in the National Drug Take Back Initiative from 10am-2pm at Wal-Mart on Tappahannock Blvd. Officers will be on hand to collect unneeded or expired medication for disposal. No syringes or illicit drugs will be accepted. Also on hand for this event will be representatives from The Three Rivers Medical Reserve Corps with information on preparedness for a home emergency. Questions concerning the program may be directed to Captain J.H. Siddons of the Tappahannock Police Department at 804-443-3992.
Upper King William Branch Library invites you to “Celebrate Mom!” with an Open House Tea on Saturday, April 30 from 11 AM – 12:30 PM. Celebrate mothers past and present will a special library open house. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Upper King William Library. Visit the Library or call 804-769-3731 for more information.
The Coles Point Marina in Hague is hosting The Coles Point Potomac River Festival will be held Saturday April 30th from 12pm to 5 pm. There will be food and games, boat rides, corn hole, live local music etc. Admission is free to all.
The Bay School Community Arts Center is pleased to announce its 4th Annual Art Speaks on the Bay Juried Art Show. The show will feature 86 Virginia artists and will run from April 30 – May 28. It will open with a reception on April 30 from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. in the Art Speaks Gallery at the Bay School, located at 279 Main Street in Mathews. The public is invited to attend.