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13 Apr 12:35 am EDT

T-STORMS?
Hi: 60 F, 16 C Lo: 47 F, 8 C
Showers likely until early morning. A slight chance of thunderstorms this late evening and early morning
Winds NE 10 to 15
As of 00:46 it is 47 degrees
Winds are from the north at 4 knots
Chesapeake Bay temperature is 59
Sunrise 6:31 AM, sunset 7:36 PM
The Moon is Waxing Crescent (2%)
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Calendar of Events for Tuesday 13 April 2021:

  • Today, “Birding Tips & Tools” 6:00-7:00 pm via Zoom. Presentation from Zak Poulton, Coastal Biologist & Technology Specialist with The Nature Conservancy in partnership with the Academy for Lifetime Learning ESVA. Register at www.allesva.org. $25 membership fee allows access to all Spring ALL ESVA classes. For more info, please contact Margaret Van Clief at mvanclief@tnc.org.
  • Tomorrow, Nature Bingo Walk, 9:00-10:00 am, at The Nature Conservancy's Brownsville Preserve in Nassawadox. Fun for all ages! Join AmeriCorps member, Emma Karlok for Nature Bingo on the Birding & Wildlife Trail. Free, but space is limited. Please contact Margaret Van Clief at mvanclief@tnc.org to register. COVID safety protocol required.
  • Thursday 15 Apr, Bingo at the Parksley Fire House. Doors open at 5:30 PM and Games begin at 6 PM, $1 per game. Bring your own chair or get one from the stack. No tables, so bring a tray or clipboard. Limit 60 people. Bring a non-perishable item for the Food Bank and get 1 FREE card. Coffee, Sodas, Water, Baked Goods, Chips for Sale. Sponsored by the ES Railway Museum
  • Friday 16 Apr through Sunday 18 Apr, Cape Charles Town-Wide Yard Sale - See the flyer for details.
  • Friday 16 Apr through Sunday 18 Apr, Chincoteague Island Decoy, Art, and Getaway Auction at the Cincoteague Center. See the flyer for details.
  • Tuesday 20 Apr, “Exploring The Nature Conservancy’s Virginia Coast Reserve Using Leave No Trace Principles” 1:00-2:00 pm via Zoom. Presentation from Jenny Miller, Preserve & Education Manager and Emma Karlok, AmeriCorps Outreach & Education Assistant in partnership with the Academy for Lifetime Learning ESVA. Register at www.allesva.org. For more info, please contact Margaret Van Clief at mvanclief@tnc.org.
  • Thursday 22 Apr, Earth Day Walk, 4:00-5:30 pm, at The Nature Conservancy's Brownsville Preserve in Nassawadox. Join AmeriCorps member, Emma Karlok and the Conservancy's Margaret Van Clief for a walk celebrating Earth Day on the preserve. Free, but space is limited. Please contact Margaret at mvanclief@tnc.org to register. COVID safety protocol required.
  • Friday 23 Apr, Frog Walk, 6:00-7:30 pm, at The Nature Conservancy's Brownsville Preserve in Nassawadox. Join local science teacher, Erin Anthony and Conservancy staff for an exploration of frog and toad habitat on the Birding & Wildlife Trail. Free, but space is limited. Please contact Margaret at mvanclief@tnc.org to register. COVID safety protocol required.
  • Saturday 24 Apr, Eastern Shore Garden Tour - 10AM to 4PM. Explore gardens steeped in history on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, the 70-mile long peninsula where you can view the sunrise on the Atlantic Ocean and the sunset over the Chesapeake Bay. Renowned for its scenic farms, preserved coastlines, seafood and hospitality, quaint towns dot the way north from Cape Charles to the Maryland state line. This driving tour features gardens and properties located in the Southern-to-mid section of the peninsula. Perennial tour centerpiece and National Historic Landmark, Eyre Hall, is an acclaimed ancestral property displaying some of the country’s oldest continuously maintained gardens. See the website for more information and to purchase tickets online.

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