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Explore the Arts in the Hampton Roads, Virginia Area This Week

Are you an interested Hampton Roads home buyer who is considering relocating to the area? If so, I recommend you check out some of the upcoming events going on here.

These events will help you see what a culturally rich part of Virginia this is and will illustrate just how great quality of life is here in the area.

Check Out These Upcoming Events in Hampton Roads This Week.

Here’s an overview of just some of the events going on in the area that celebrate the arts:

New Art Exhibit: Come check out the works of such celebrated artists as Kim Keever, Jean-Pierre Roy and Sayaka Suzuki at this art exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art.  These works will likely help pave the way for innovations down the road in the world of art.

  • When: Throughout December
  • Where:  Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, 2200 Parks Ave. in Virginia Beach, VA
  • Admission: FREE
  • More Info: Call 757-425-0000

Urban Ballroom Lessons: Come learn some Chicago-style ballroom dancing, also known as urban ballroom, as well as techniques and etiquette at this dance class at Tropical Delights.  No partner is required to take the lesson.  Group, couple and individual lessons are available.

  • When: Throughout December
  • Where: Tropical Delights, 6220 Indian River Road in Virginia Beach, VA
  • Admission: $10
  • More Info: Email

Play Performance: Come check out two comedies, “What If Everything You Knew About Santa Was a Lie” and “Corrupted Christmas Carols” this week  at The Venue. On 35th.  The first one is a fast-paced one act comedy while the other is a short musical comedy.  Critics say that both will have you laughing in stitches by the end of the performance!

  • When: Throughout December
  • Where: The Venue on 35th, 317 Monticello Ave  Norfolk, VA Admission: $15 for both shows.  Price comes with Christmas cookies
  • More Info: Call (757) 627-4547

Investing in Hampton Roads, VA Real Estate

See what I mean? The Hampton Roads area is just full of culture!  And if the arts is something you’d like to enjoy in your retirement, this might just be the place for you.

If you’re interested in learning more about some of the fun events going on in the Hampton Roads area – or to chat about possibly relocating to the area – then contact me, Diana Rondinelli.

And if you’re ready to start your search for your dream Hampton Roads home today, then  be sure to check out some of my helpful home buying resources, such as:

Until next time,


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