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Future Events

July, 2021

Tuesday
27
Victory Ball Planning Meeting
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Help us make this year‘s Victory Ball a success! The planning meeting will take place online on July 27 from 8PM - 9 PM. Members are encouraged to express their interest in assisting by registering on the "Volunteer Opportunities" page after logging in to the site. A link for the meeting will be sent to you shortly thereafter. Non-members wishing to help should e-mail info@varegency.org for a link to the meeting.

August, 2021

Tuesday
3
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
10
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Join us as we take up C. S. Forester‘s classic "man alone" study and the first published novel of the Hornblower series.
Saturday
21
Grand Caverns
1:00 PM
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Tour the oldest continually operating show cave in the United States with the RSV!
Tuesday
24
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Join us as we take up C. S. Forester‘s classic "man alone" study and the first published novel of the Hornblower series.
Sunday
29
Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts
1:30 PM
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Put your best Regency foot forward for an early 19th century fashion show!

September, 2021

Tuesday
7
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
14
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Explore the world of Dr. David Hosack, physician to Alexander Hamilton who sought to build the early republic‘s first botanical garden.
Thursday
16
Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts
6:30 PM
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Join us for a movie night and help us introduce the RSV to the public at the same time!
Saturday
18
James Monroe's Highland
11:30 AM
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Join us for an autumnal picnic on the grounds of James Monroe‘s Highland.
Thursday
23
Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts
6:30 PM
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Join us for a movie night and help us introduce the RSV to the public at the same time!
Tuesday
28
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Explore the world of Dr. David Hosack, physician to Alexander Hamilton who sought to build the early republic‘s first botanical garden.
Thursday
30
Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts
6:30 PM
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Join us for a movie night and help us introduce the RSV to the public at the same time!

October, 2021

Tuesday
5
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Sunday
10
North Suffolk Branch - Suffolk Public Library
9:30 AM
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Help us bring the early 19th century to life for families in Suffolk, Virginia.
Tuesday
12
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Explore the world of Dr. David Hosack, physician to Alexander Hamilton who sought to build the early republic‘s first botanical garden.
Tuesday
26
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A missing twin. A desperate mother. A meeting that must take place for a necessary marriage to go forward. What could possibly go wrong?

November, 2021

Tuesday
2
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
16
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A missing twin. A desperate mother. A meeting that must take place for a necessary marriage to go forward. What could possibly go wrong?
Tuesday
30
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Read all about the upper crust behaving badly in the Regency era.

December, 2021

Tuesday
7
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Join us the first Tuesday of every month for an informal but lively discussion of a variety of early 19th century topics!
Tuesday
21
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Read all about the upper crust behaving badly in the Regency era.