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Time: April 26, 2011 all day
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Event Type: band, /, family, events, and, more
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Latest Activity: Apr 26, 2011

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And we're gonna make this weekend extra long, because we even have your Tuesday covered. At 10 a.m., Essential Wellness is reopening its doors at the new Haygood location. This isn't your average wellness center, so come out for the fanfare and the ribbon cutting with Mayor Will Sessoms.

But that's enough healthy stuff for one day, so after that, head to Pop's Diner for Pancakes for Parkinson's. You don't have to feel guilty about the calories if they are for a good cause!

Mmmm bourbon. Wine dinners are for chumps. (Just kidding) But on Tuesday night, you can hit up The Green Onion for Bourbon Dinner. There will be courses that are paired with varieties of Wild Turkey Bourbon, and master distiller Jimmy Russell will be there, signing your bottles Bourbon Dinner must be paid for in advance and seating is limited call quickly to ensure your spot. Don't for get to bring your bottle of American Honey and Wild Turkey for the distiller to sign!!

One more thing: We still need sponsors for My Big Day, presented by the Noblemen next Saturday. This is gonna be a fun ever to help end bullying and child abuse, and it's not too late to get your business in on it! Watch this Video of Nobleman Founder Al Midget and learn how you can help!

As always, party responsibly and tip well!

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