Come “sea” history at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard Museum at 2 High St. in Portsmouth Mon., Nov. 11—Veterans Day. Free admission! The Tidewater Maritime Living History Association honor veterans by presenting a living timeline of U.S. Navy history.
The Urban League, in partnership with the City of Portsmouth, is seeking nominations for the 36th Annual Community Leaders’ Awards honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The awards will be presented at the MLK Breakfast Mon., Jan. 20, 2020.
The “Mayors Citywide Food Drive Challenge” began Sept. 23, and will culminate at the Annual Mayflower Marathon Nov. 22–24. We are calling on our citizens to become leaders in our community by donating to provide healthy meals to our neighbors in need.
Unmasking Hampton Roads, a three-part learning series occurring twice this fall, will examine the historic and contemporary impact of racism in Hampton Rods. UnmaskingHR is presented by the Hampton Roads Community Foundation.
The Community Advisory Board (CAB) to the Eastern Virginia Medical School, encourages you to participate in a brief survey about EVMS and healthcare in our community.
Following Gov. Northam’s announcement of a goal to improve maternal health in Virginia by 2025, the Office of Secretary of Health and Human Resources Daniel Carey will hold listening sessions and community roundtables across the state this fall.
The Bon Secours Family Focus project will host a "Raising Safe Kids" workshop Tuesdays, October 1 to November 19, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., at Maryview Medical Center, 2nd Floor Conference Room A. The series is free.