By WTKR Intern, Maria Creamer
Virginia Beach, Va. – Although summer is coming to a close, a wave of artistic and culturally linked events and shows will “splash” into the remaining summer nights, commemorating the King of the Sea, King Neptune.
The September lineup at the Oceanfront Resort Area and Town Center is a string of multicultural happenings.
Oceanfront Resort Area
‘Blues, Hues & Loop-the-Loops’, ‘The Shriners are Coming!’, ‘Ladies 1st Inaugural International Women’s Summit’, ‘95th Promenade Nationale’, ‘Meet the Artists’ and ‘A Month of Neptune’ are all opportunities for people to connect with each other, and their community.
During the Blues at the Beach and after the Mid-Atlantic Shrine Association convention, individuals will stretch their legs while either grooving or parading.
September 10 – September 13 is all about women’s empowerment, as motivational speaker Karen Clark Sheard shares insight with inspirational workshops, panels, and even a fashion show.
With an invitation, one can remember American veterans by attending the 2014 annual meeting of La Societe des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux.
Soak in the local artistic culture while sipping on cocktails at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, or MOCA, with the Atlantic Ocean as your backdrop.
The Mediterranean is visiting Virginia Beach Sept. 12 – September 14, makings mouths water with the savory tastes of Greek and Italian cuisine.
Whether it’s purple feet after grape stomping, or gasping over the aerial performance of world-renowned Blue Angels, each event offers a unique experience.
Call 1-800-VA-BEACH to learn more about upcoming events and year-round offerings.