Spread the Love at Norfolk Crossing With These Kid-Friendly Valentine’s Day Craft Ideas

February 10, 2016 2:31 pm

Spread the love at Norfolk Crossing this Valentine’s Day with cute crafts that you and the kids can make together. With these sweet and simple DIY decorations, your little ones will have fun getting your home ready for a family Valentine’s Day bash.

Paper Heart Garland
Give the traditional heart-shaped garland a modern twist with this unique garland that looks like it’s floating in mid-air! Create a curled effect at the center of each paper heart, and then attach them to a piece of clear thread and hang the whole thing from a doorway or ceiling.

Valentine’s Day Picture Holder
Your kids love you to pieces, and this adorable DIY is a great way to show it! Use the pieces from an old jigsaw puzzle and a couple of popsicle sticks to create a picture frame that also makes a wonderful Valentine’s Day gift.

Tic Tac Toe Hearts
If you’re looking for a way to both entertain the little ones on a winter day indoors and to get in the Valentine’s Day spirit, this cute craft plays double duty. Sew or hot glue your own heart-shaped bean bags using felt and dried beans, and then use them to mark the spaces on a larger heart-shaped tic tac toe board.

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Enjoy an Evening of Entertainment and Intrigue During ‘Murder at the High School Reunion,’ a Dinner Theater Event Not Far From Norfolk Crossing

January 22, 2016 2:30 pm

Are you craving a night of excitement, intrigue, and maybe even a little mystery away near Norfolk Crossing? All of those things abound at Murder at the High School Reunion, a unique dinner theater production taking place at Get a Clue Murder Mystery Dinner Theater. Every Saturday from January 16 through June 11, 2016, residents can attempt to solve the mystery at this fun event in Virginia Beach.

Murder at the High School Reunion will take place at the city’s Providence Square Grill, and guests will enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet before the real fun begins. There are no actors hidden in the wait staff at this theatrical murder mystery; once the show begins, you’ll definitely know it. Some of the top actors and actresses in the area will gather evidence from the crime scene and even interrogate other players as they attempt to solve the ridiculous crime. Join in on the fun and use your own detective skills and you just may win a prize at this all-ages event!

Murder at the High School Reunion 2016
Every Saturday between Jan. 16 and June 11
Get A Clue Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
5237 Providence Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23464
(757) 587-3883
hamptonroads.com/events#/event/5146226-murder-at-the-high-school-reunion

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Looking for Something Creepy and Crawly to Do This Weekend Near Norfolk Crossing? Check out ReptiDay, a One-Day Reptile Expo

January 8, 2016 2:30 pm

Do you love lizards? How about snakes? If so, you won’t want to miss ReptiDay Norfolk, a fun one-day event just minutes from Norfolk Crossing. This reptile show and sale features some of the most interesting exotic reptiles and more common household pets in the area’s large Norfolk Masonic Temple.

ReptiDay is brought to you by Repticon, an organization that has produced reptile shows and exhibits in cities all over the country for more than a decade. This smaller event is held on just one day, but it still brings you the same fun and excitement through exhibits, shows, and speakers. Check out presentations like “The Domestic Iguana Movement” and “Arachnids RVA – An Introduction to Tarantulas and Arachnids,” or listen to safety tips for proper reptile care from ACME Animal Control. Spend the rest of the day admiring live reptiles from all over the world!

ReptiDay Norfolk 2016
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 9
Norfolk Masonic Temple
7001 Granby St
Norfolk, VA 23505
www.reptiday.com/norfolk.html#_ga=1.162092916.939080490.1448302884
hamptonroads.com/events#/event/5136777-reptiday-norfolk-reptile-exotic-animal-show

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