People love the warmth, whimsy and charm that vintage and homemade items give to a home’s ambiance. On October 19, you can have the pleasure of shopping for such merchandise at the Rusted Rooster Vintage, Home & Artisan Market.
Admission and parking are free. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The location is the Brinn Family Farm at 3427 Robinson Road.
Our city offers some safe but fun ways to celebrate Halloween, one of which is the Spooktacular on October 19. The event involves dressing up in your favorite costume and listening to spooky music performed by the Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
Tickers start at $12. Hours are from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. The location is the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts at 201 Market Street.
Ponchontas Pancake and Waffle House
Where do you go to start your day with a fabulous breakfast? Ponchontas Pancake and Waffle House has a reputation for being one of the best local places for this meal. It has even been featured in Southern Living Magazine. The food is phenomenal and the portions are huge. Try the French toast. The address is 3420 Atlantic Avenue.
Stay With Us
Don’t miss the upcoming galas. These include the Fall Festival weekends for campers at Virginia Beach KOA on October 4 to 6 and 18 to 20. In addition, KOA’s Bands & BBQ event on Saturday, October 26, is open to the public, but it’s also a great time to camp and make a getaway weekend out of it. You can’t beat the price — each of these three weekend events at KOA has a buy 1 night/get the second night for just $25.
In Virginia Beach, camping in the autumn months is a joy, as the season brings gorgeous weather to the area. You can also take advantage of great discounts on fall camping and enjoy numerous campground and oceanfront events.
The amenities at Virginia Beach KOA allow you to engage in an array of activities, games and exciting zipline adventures. Book your spot today at our website.