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Attend the 2015 Chincoteague Seafood Festival

April 11th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Chincoteague Seafood Festival 2015Fresh seafood fans rejoice – it is almost time for the 47th annual return of the Chincoteague Seafood Festival – scheduled for Saturday May 2, 2015.

An Eastern Shore tradition since 1968, the Chincoteague Seafood Festival is an all-you-can-eat seafood event providing a wide array of both prepared and raw, fresh, local seafood. Famous festival cooks, volunteers and professionals from local restaurants will be on hand with exciting offerings and signature dishes representing both old and new seafood favorites.

As you likely know or can guess, Chincoteague Island began as a small fishing village and, though in our past, the thread still runs deep. Some of Mid-Atlantic Coast’s best fishing waters are right off our shores and, at this time of year, local anglers are very busy bringing in a variety of favorites: striped bass, drumfish, and flounder.

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Chincoteague Island – America’s Happiest Seaside Town!

March 14th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Chincoteague Island - America's Happiest Seaside TownCoastal Living magazine recently picked Chincoteague, Virginia as America’s Happiest Seaside Town – #1 out of a list of 10 finalists. We here on Chincoteague Island just nodded and smiled: yeah – we knew that!

Coastal Living’s breakdown of America’s Happiest Seaside Towns for 2014 included some wonderful places – such as Saugatuck, Michigan, Captiva Island, Florida, and Haleiwa, Hawaii – but we weren’t too terribly surprised to find ourselves at the top.

There are lots of things about Chincoteague Island that qualify it as America’s #1 happiest seaside town

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Hunt Down Some Fun With A Chincoteague Saint Patrick’s Day

February 14th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Chincoteague Saint Patrick's DayMake it a Chincoteague Saint Patrick’s Day this year by joining in on the island’s popular, annual Shamrock Scavenger Hunt!

Chincoteague Island’s annual shamrock scavenger hunt – In Search of Shamrocks – occurs March 14th, the Saturday before St. Patty’s Day, 2015. This popular, yearly event sees residents and visitors out and on the hunt for those green shamrocks!

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Treat Your Valentine to a Romantic Chincoteague Island Getaway

January 10th, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Romantic Chincoteague Island GetawayBring your love to Chincoteague Island this year and let Miss Molly’s Inn Bed and Breakfast Valentine’s Day Special help you make the most of a romantic Chincoteague Island getaway.

Chincoteague Island is the perfect place to renew, rekindle, and revel in your love for one another. Enjoy our clean, quiet beaches and our charming town’s shops, galleries, and eateries. Explore Assateague Island with its wild horses and migratory birds, then settle into your warm and comfortable room at Miss Molly’s Inn Bed and Breakfast for an intimate evening.

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Take the Chincoteague Polar Pony Plunge

December 13th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Chincoteague Polar Pony Plunge

Into the water at the Chincoteague Polar Pony Plunge

If your idea of a good time includes wearing a wacky costume while jumping into frigid sea water, then the Chincoteague Polar Pony Plunge may be just the thing you need to kick off your New Year!

Hard as it may be to believe, 2014 is just about over and celebrations for the new year are being prepared. New Year’s Eve is a great time on Chincoteague Island, with an annual concert at the Island Theatre and the Pony Island Horseshoe Drop & Costume Promenade at midnight – but how do you keep the next day – the first day of 2015 – from being an anti-climatic let down?

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Assateague Island Waterfowl Weekend

November 15th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Assateague Island Waterfowl WeekendAssateague Island’s Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge is a major stopping point for the annual, fall migration of numerous species of waterfowl, peaking around the weekend of November 27 – just in time for the Assateague Island Waterfowl Weekend!

Just kidding – of course the annual, Assateague Island Waterfowl Weekend is scheduled to coincide with each year’s autumn peak of migratory activity. This natural event sees thousands of different species of birds resting and feeding in and around the more than 14,000 acres of beaches, maritime forest, saltwater marshes, and freshwater marshes of Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge.

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A Chincoteague Island Winter Getaway

October 18th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

Chincoteague Island Winter GetawayIt may sound counter-intuitive but a Chincoteague Island winter getaway is your ticket to a rare and beautiful, Virginia Coast vacation that you’ll remember for years to come.

You may be picturing snow and sitting huddled around a heater when you hear “Chincoteague Island Winter Getaway,” but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Winter weather on Chincoteague Island tends to be mild, cool, and pleasant: the average temperature on Chincoteague Island in December with sunny skies is 50 degrees, making the winter holiday season the very next best time of year, after summer, to visit!

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2014 Chincoteague Island Oyster Festival

September 13th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

2014 Chincoteague Island Oyster FestivalChincoteague Island Oyster Festival: how can you argue with a 400+ year old tradition – especially when it includes fresh Chincoteague Seaside Oysters?

Okay, so this is actually only the 42nd Chincoteague Island Oyster Festival – but it is based upon a popular story that’s 400+ years old, to whit: some of the first Europeans to hit Chincoteague Island stumbled upon and accidentally crashed a Native American oyster festival of sorts. Despite the unwitting disruption of festivities, the invading parties took one look at the oysters and … yum!

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The 2014 Chincoteague Decoy Carvers Decoy Show

August 16th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

2014 Chincoteague Decoy Carvers Decoy ShowChincoteague Island attracts more than just beautiful waterfowl – it also attracts artists who carve decoys of beautiful waterfowl! – and the 2014 Chincoteague Decoy Carvers Decoy Show is a great way to see the fruit of their labors.

Organized by the Chincoteague Decoy Carvers and Artists Association, the Chincoteague Decoy Carvers Decoy Show will feature some of the finest waterfowl carvings and wildlife art as created and displayed by over 25 separate exhibitors.

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All Aboard for the Eastern Shore Railway Museum

July 16th, 2014 by Corey A. Edwards

All Aboard for the Eastern Shore Railway MuseumThe Eastern Shore Railway Museum in Parksley, VA is your ticket to a fascinating trip back in time to the days of the classic railways.

Parksley, Virginia was founded in 1885, the year after the completion of the New York, Philadelphia, and Norfolk Railroad down Virginia’s Eastern Shore to Cape Charles. This Victorian town was built around and initially thrived specifically because of the railroad, so it’s fitting that such a wonderful railroad collection should be cared for here; maintained and displayed for the general public to admire and learn from.

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