Thursday, October 28, 2010

Halloween weekend in Chesapeake Virginia Beach Williamsburg and Norfolk


I have three kids, 6 years apart, so I am always looking for a variety of inexpensive activities for them. There is a lot going on in Hampton Roads for Halloween.


If you are not a Halloween celebrator plenty of churches are having Harvest Ball activities. In Chesapeake you can visit Greenbrier Community Church for an alternative to Trick or Treating. They are hosting a party called Trunk or Treat from Sun Oct 31st 6-8pm, Open to the Public.

In Norfolk at TownPointe Park Sat Oct 30th from 10am-3pm, is Hallowpalooza, Admission is Free, Open to all, there will be a variety of children's activities. For more info and a list of activities click here


Norfolk Zoo is having a day full of events on Sat Oct 30th from 10am - 9pm, the day events are geared for younger kids and as it gets darker, the zoo will get scarier. Click here for more info and pricing!


The Spirit of Norfolk is sponsoring a Haunted Cruise called Pirates, Mermaids, and Monstors Halloween Cruise. Tickets start at 31.90 and include Lunch. Kids Welcomed! The Cruise is Sun Oct 31st from 1-3pm, click here for reservations.


Trick or treat in Greenbrier Chesapeake Mall Sun Oct 31st from 3:30-5:30. Want to be in doors out of the cold then this might be the place to go. Jillians has moved in to the mall so after the kids are done you can watch football and get a bite to eat while your children play in the arcade. Click here for info.


My son has already gave this next event 3 thumbs up. For those who like to be super scared check out Hunt Club Farms in Virginia Beach. Visit the village of the dead, the field of screams or play it safe on a hay ride or on the carnival rides. Even the website is spooky, Click here for pricing and info!


And when all else fails head to the grand scare of them all Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Howl-o-scream is amazing how they change over the entire theme park into a scary adventure. Not recommended for those who have weak hearts. Monsters jump out of trees, Zombies are in all corners, for more info Click Here.


Tuesday, October 26, 2010

How to Get rid of Ghosts in Chesapeake Virginia

If you have sold a haunted house here is some info to pass on to the homeowners!!!!! I live down the street from a cemetary so I am always ghost sensitive. I bought my home new and as an agent I know that In Virginia we DO NOT have to disclose stigmatized properties.

Stigmatized property is a term used in the real estate business which describes possible detrimental features of a property or home, all the result of unfortunate occurrences. These can include murder, suicide, and the belief or proof that a house may be haunted by real ghosts. Just in case I will be ready. Here is a remedy for getting rid of Ghost!!!! Hopefully you and I will never need it!

Video: How to Get Rid Of Ghosts


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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Chesapeake Arboretum Event Sat Oct 23 1010


Hampton Roads Homeowners and Real Estate Professionalsare invited to celebrate Fall and the Outdoors at the Chesapeake Arboretum. It is a Free event taking place SATURDAY Oct 23rd noon to 3pm, located at 624 Oak Grove Rd Chesapeake. There will be a variety of family oriented activities, a hay bale, trail walks, tree climbing, crafts, artist, and Ecofriendly exhibits. Stop by for a little bit of fun!

The Chesapeake Arboretum is 48 acres of trails, trees, gardens, and forest.

The Caleb Williamson Farmhouse was built in the 1700's and is located across the street from the Arboretum and acts as an office and is themed the Nature's Classroom.

The goal of both the Farmhouse and Arboretum is to further awareness of trees, plants and shrubs.

I live down the street, I hope to see you there!!!!!

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