Heritage Celebration Held February 22
Melfa, VA –Looking for something to do on a cold February weekend without having to drive too far? The Eastern Shore Community College Foundation will host the 13th Annual Eastern Shore Heritage Celebration Saturday, February 22, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The day’s activities will include interesting lectures and live music performances provided the ESO Arts Center. Local area artists and craftsmen will demonstrate their skill and many will have items available for sale. The college student photography club, SNAP, will have a photography exhibit and therewill be food available for sale.
2014 Heritage Celebration participating artists/crafts people include: By the Bay Alpacas, Copper Creations, DKC Originals, Eastern Shore Quilt Guild, G Designs, Hickory House Books, Jewelry by Mary, Morning Light Jewelry, Old Dominion Pipe Company, Pungo Creek Mills, Shore Creations, Carl G. Allums, Clare Burns, Lynne Calvert, Peggy Christian, Diana Davis, Laura Ellison, Kit Fechtig, Gertraud Fendler, Heather Marie Gladden, Robin Hogge, Elizabeth Hunt, Ed Kuhn, Carol McGarrity, Mary “Mama Girl” Onley, Diane Saul, Jean Savage, Jenny Sommers, Sweet Annie’s Chocolate, Cecil Watts, Jr., Kathern Welsh, Rheba Wharton, Gary E. Williams and Vesna Zidovec.
In addition several community organizations and non-profit groups will be sharing information about their programs and services: Academy for Lifetime Learning, Barrier Island Center, Beekeepers Guild of the Eastern Shore, Camp #2189 Sons of Confederate Veterans, Cape Charles Historical Society, ESCC Adult Basic Education, ESCC Alumni Association, ESCC Archaeology, ESCC CADD Program, ESCC Kid’s College, ESCC Student Services, ESCC Welding Program, Eastern Shore Literacy Council, Eastern Shore Master Naturalists, Eastern Shore Public Library Foundation, Eastern Shore Watermen’s Museum and Research Center, NMA Federal Credit Union, U.S. Coast Guard Auxillary Flotilla 12-02, Waste Watchers of the Eastern Shore, and Women’s Club of Onancock.
Admission to the event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Laurie Swain at 757-789-1797.
See the program for more information about the scheduled music and lectures.