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  1. $1 Days of Summer Admission

    June 6, 9:00 AM - July 18, 5:00 PM

    Pamplin Historical Park & The National Museum of the Civil War Soldier is offering $1.00 general daily admission throughout the summer from Memorial Day May 28 through Labor Day September 3, 2018. This drastically reduced admission rate will allow all people an opportunity to access this amazing facility and share in our national heritage from the Antebellum period, including the institution of slavery, through the Civil War. $1 admission has been made possible in part by The Bank of Southside Virginia and through private donations. The $1 general admission does not apply to group or guided tours, which are required to book in advance and some special events require additional fees. Call (804) 861-2408 or visit www.pamplinpark.org for more information on summer activities and $1 admission days throughout the summer.

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  2. 35th Annual Virginia Homeschool Convention

    June 7, 12:00 PM - June 9, 6:30 PM @ Greater Richmond Convention Center

    Homeschooling, or considering it? Get the information and inspiration you need at the 35th Annual Virginia Homeschool Convention, Home Education: Train Up!, at the Greater Richmond Convention Center on June 7-9, 2018. Keynote speakers Voddie Baucham, Sam Sorbo (Let There Be Light, God’s Not Dead), and John Stonestreet (The Colson Center) join many brand-new and old-favorite speakers like Andrew Pudewa, Heidi St. John, Rachael Carman, Kathy Koch, Todd Wilson, Dave Stotts, and many more! Features include “An Evening of Real Refreshment,” “Walk Thru the Bible,” and “The Art of Marriage Live!” A 125,000 sq-foot Exhibit Hall includes more than 350 booths, a robotics expo, hands-on science demos, an instrument petting zoo, plus an expanded college fair, music competition, HUGE used curriculum sale, teen program, children’s program, chess championships, and more. FREE How-to-Begin-Homeschooling Workshops on Thursday. Qualified parents of preschoolers attend FREE! www.heav.org/convention.

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  3. VIRGINIA NHRA NATIONALS

    June 8 - June 10 @ Virginia Motorsports Park

    The National Hot Rod Association, the largest auto racing organization in the world, has come a long way since Wally Parks founded it in 1951. NHRA has extremely loyal fans that are committed to the sport they love, and it’s easy to see why. They continue to have the best access to the behind-the-scenes action of racing. NHRA’s open-pits policy allows fans to get an up-close-and personal view of how teams rebuild engines. Drivers are often found in their pit areas, signing autographs and chatting with fans, who have the rare opportunity to get behind the wheel themselves in a variety of racing simulators in the Nitro Alley Fan Zone. Those are just a few reasons NHRA fans continue to be some of the most loyal in any sport.

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  4. McKenney Farmers Market

    June 8, 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ McKenney Town Park

    Real Food ~ Real Farmers ~ Every Friday

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