Tidewater Bluegrass Revival

Peninsula Rescue Mission

Tidewater Bluegrass Revival is a 4 person band focusing on bluegrass music that will be sure to get feet moving and heads swaying. The group features a fiddle, guitar, mandolin and a bass. They love to include participation from the audience. Program Flyer

Birthday Celebrations

Kemet House 2139 Broadmoor Ave., Chesapeake

Gary is a blues, folk and, Americana guitarist and singer. He performs favorites such as “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” and “Under the Boardwalk”. He sings rock, country, southern gospel and big band.

Fourth of July Bash!

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Virginia Beach

Fletcher and Friends offers a variety of music including jazz, blues, standards, Latin, and more! Their love of music inspires their work and others.

Visual Arts

VersAbility Resources Newport News

Amanda Wallace is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, where she majored in painting and printmaking before earning her Masters of Fine Arts from Goddard College.

Friday Pub Night

Westminster-Canterbury on Chesapeake Bay Retirement Community 3100 Shore Dr., Virginia Beach

Richard Mekdeci (mek-dee?-see) is an award-winning songwriter and musician and a 22 year veteran of the Nashville songwriting community. He has produced, written and recorded with such artists as Roseanne Cash, Kathy Mattea, Patty Loveless, and others.  

Grooving with a Barbershop

The Ability Center 5825 Arrowhead Dr., Virginia Beach

A barbershop quartet singing barbershop harmony music with some examples explaining what it is. Frequently, we have sing-alongs with the audience and (clean) jokes as part of our entertainment.

Yoga, Music, and Meditation

VersAbility Resources Newport News

Bonney has been teaching yoga, meditation and mindfulness around the Hampton Roads area. Kam returned to Indoda Entsha and taught himself how to drum comfortably from his wheelchair, using this form of creative expression as a healing mechanism.

Storytelling in July

Ability Center of Virginia 5825 Arrowhead Dr, Suite 201, Virginia Beach

The Muse Writers Center is Hampton Roads’ very own literary center, and since the early 2000s, we have grown into one of the top-10 writers centers nationally, with a vibrant space in central Ghent featuring five classrooms, two semi-private writers rooms, a library, and an auditorium for readings and special literary events as well as art exhibits. Read our history.