Here ya go, All the info you need to make December 3rd a weekend to remember.. No it’s not a boat show or ice boat show, its a fun get together at the Mariners Museum and tour of the Chris Craft collection.. But more fun than that is just a fun get together with your fellow Boat Buzzians and Woody Boaters.. We all live through the keyboards when its cold out this way we can all do a fun get together before the winter really hits hard.. So here is the info you are looking for.
Saturday’s schedule for Boat Buzz – UnPlugged:
9:30-12:30 – Chris-Craft Collection at the Library with Patti Henson and her staff of volunteers.
1:00-2:00 – Lunch at the Museum Cafe – Sandwich buffet with side & soft drink $8.50 ea.
2:00-3:30 – Guided Museum Tour – Includes Small Boat Collection – $10.00 ($9.00 seniors), free for museum members.
3:30-5:00 – Self guided tours – Circle back and see what interests you most.
6:30-??? – Dinner and Drinks – The Crab Shack on the James River.
The Best Western Plus – Newport News Inn & Suites. It’s near the airport and Patrick Henry Mall (good neighborhood) and is 5 miles from the museum. Group rates are available but come with some guarantees. Call Karan (pronounced Car-On) at 866-833-2378 and mention you’re with the “Chris-Craft Antique Boat Club” Group. Rooms (single occupancy with king size bed) $59.00 if you reserve on or before 11/19. Same rate for nights before and after the 3rd.
It’s going to be a fun day and evening. The Library crew is looking forward to our visit Saturday morning. We look forward to seeing the Chris-Craft Archival Collection first hand and then The Mariners’ Museum following lunch, having never been to either. The evening at The Crab Shack will be filled with good stories and laughter as we really get “Unplugged”.
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I know there is a fun dinner planned and there is a bunch of stuff to do near there.. The Ocean is a short..1 hr drive, Colonial Williamsburg is close as is Busch Gardens..Richmond is about an hour east..