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Eastern Shore September 2007 Events
Sept. 1-2                                                                  Chincoteague Island
CHINCOTEAGUE DECOY CARVERS ASSOCIATION DECOY SHOW. More than 45 exhibitors display
some of the finest waterfowl carvings and wildlife art from the area. Meet the carvers and artists, some of
whom will be competing for prizes. Participate in the many raffles to be held. Most exhibits are for sale,
with most of the proceeds donated back into the community to worthy causes. $. Sat., 9 a.m.-7 p.m.;
Sun., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. (757) 336-6161, (410) 546-1635. E-mail: chincochamber@verizon.net. Web site:
www.chincoteaguechamber.com.

Sept. 8                                                                        Chincoteague Island
CHINCOTEAGUE ISLAND SECOND SATURDAY ART STROLL. In its third season, this cultural event
will occur at participating galleries and artists’ studios throughout Chincoteague. Chat with artists and
watch demonstrations of their art/craft. Refreshments will be served at each location. Art exhibitions and
“street entertainment” will also be part of the festivities. 6-10 p.m. (757) 787-2936, (757) 336-6161, (866)
787-3001. E-mail: anpdckat@esva.net. Web site: www.chincoteagueculturalalliance.org.

Sept. 13-16                                                             Onancock
GODSPEED WEEKEND ON THE WHARF. Come join us for Onancock’s official celebration of America’s
400th birthday with a visit from replica Jamestown flagship Godspeed. This event will include many
associated exhibits from Jamestown, an escort boat parade, welcome ceremony and band concert. (757)
787-3363.

Sept. 29                                                                 Belle Haven
ESO SHORE MADE MUSIC FESTIVAL. A down-home good time is guaranteed at this daylong outdoor
concert highlighting a variety of talented Shore musicians. ESO Art Center. $. 9 a.m.-10 p.m. (757) 442-
3226. E-mail: eso@esva.net. Web site: www.esoarts.org.

Sept. 29                                                                      Cape Charles
CAPE CHARLES FALL FESTIVAL. Visitors will have an opportunity to view a diverse display of creative
works by local artists and artisans, to purchase art directly from the artists, and to explore the town of
Cape Charles, a developing tourist destination featuring the attractions of a historic Victorian village and
the new Bay Creek Resort and Club. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (757) 331-4884. E-mail:
Festival@HistoricCapeCharles.org.




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