Port Providence, PA
Just outside Phoenixville on the Schuylkill canal, Port Providence Canoe and Kayak casts paddlers off on a variety of cruises in leased craft that vary from a number of hours to a more challenging day journey. All the trips integrate browsing the canal and a short portage for a return on the Schuylkill River. Back at Fitzwater Station, drop off the boat and meander onto the deck of a welcoming historical club. The view of the canal is soothing. The wings and crab balls are the best Ive had. Kayak rates start at $39 a day, canoes at $45. Inspect all the journeys and rates here.
More than 30 Virginia craft breweries, 20 food trucks, and 12 bands will be on tap at the first-ever Workhouse Brewfest on Saturday, August 13, 10 am to 6 pm in Lorton. Participating breweries are from around our area, consisting of county-based breweries in Lorton, Vienna, Reston and Chantilly.
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Mumbais SoBo European-gastro-cool comes to the Eastern areas. I consumed here two times. Quite recently, when I returned, Craft had actually mastered its craft.
Craig Morgan remembers the moment he initially heard himself on the radio. It was 2000, and the station was Dickson’s WDKN, who had actually just included his launching single “Something To Write Home About.”
Morgan, a Dickson County local, had actually carried out on the station’s morning program – along with the Grand Old Hatchery before – but hearing himself as a recording artist was a bit various.
“It was odd sensation,” Morgan said. “It was so unusual, exciting, and cool – all at the very same time.”
“At that point, I originated from a lifestyle in the military, of which I was still extremely much included,” included Morgan, a Black River taping artist. “I was still going to the system. It was unusual understanding I was a soldier, however I also had a song on the radio. As a fan of music, hearing somebody’s song on the radio was a sign to me that they had actually made it. They were popular.”
Sixteen years – and lots of hit records later, the feeling hasn’t gotten old.
Occoquan’s Spring Arts and Craft Show returns this weekend with numerous suppliers, rain or shine.
More than 300 contemporary and country crafters and artisans will provide their finest works throughout the streets of the town.
There will also be live home entertainment and a Kids’ Corner by the Mill Street Museum.
The show ranges from 10 am to 6 pm Saturday and 10 am to 5 pm Sunday.
With large crowds expected as soon as again, visitors are asked to park exterior of town and take one of four shuttles.
Buses will range from three commuter lots: the corner of Va. 123 and Old Bridge Road; the corner of Minnieville and Old Bridge roads, near Tackett’s Mill; and 1180 Annapolis Way, near Interstate 95, Exit 160, in Woodbridge.
For more detailsFor additional information, check out the craft program’s site at www.occoquanva.gov.
City of Glasgow College student Stuart Campbell has won the top gold medal honours in the 21st Craftex awards and exhibition, the yearly Trades Home of Glasgow effort.
The event showcased the finestthe very best traditional and contemporary crafts, design and technology abilities honedfocused the city’s colleges.
The 52-year-old from East Kilbrides sculptural wooden framed half moon daisy hall table, made in poplar wood and glass, was influenced by a piece from the Seth Rolland design collection. It was developed for a reproduction task, as part of his HND Furniture Design Remediation course. Stuart’s piece also won the furniture-advanced classification, sponsored by the Incorporation of Wrights.
Gerard Craft (right), chef-owner at Specific niche and Pastaria in Clayton, monitors his staff at Niche, including Ricky Whalen (left) and Adam Altnether, as the James Beard awards are revealed in New york city on May 5, 2014. Craft was among 2 St. Louis chefs chosen for Finest Chef: Midwest, which was won by Justin Aprahamian of Milwaukee. Picture by Sid Hastings