By DORIE SOUTHERN
Cape Charles Wave
October 17, 2012
Cape Charles Historic District Review Board yesterday approved a request from the Fig Street Inn to convert an accessory building behind the main house into a guest room.
Owners Donna and Greg Kohler said their bed and breakfast business is booming since they relocated from Rhode Island and opened the Fig Street Inn in May 2011.
The inn has four guest rooms inside the house but is licensed for six rooms.
Behind the house is an out building once used as a pool house for an above-ground swimming pool since removed.
The pool house will become guest room #5.
The pool house is connected to the main house by a breezeway but is not visible from the street. The house and accessory buildings sit on seven lots. [Read more…]
Back by popular demand! Old School Cape Charles is holding its second yard sale 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, October 20, at Wendell Distributing, 650 Madison Avenue. [Read more…]
October 19 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. is Friday Night Live at Cape Charles Baptist Church for kids PreK-5th grade. [Read more…]
This Saturday, October 20, at ESO LIVE! — No guff, all gruff — LOADED GOAT brings an eclectic mix of raw acoustic stomp & groove to ESO Arts Center in Belle Haven. [Read more…]
Piece of Eden, an historic musical drama chronicling the early roots of Virginia’s Eastern Shore will be presented November 15-20 at the Historic Palace Theatre in Cape Charles. [Read more…]
“DIG IN” at New Roots Youth Garden fall activities every Thursday from 4-5 p.m. through November 15. [Read more…]
Halloween Night from 5-8 p.m., Cape Charles Baptist Church will host a “Light the Night” carnival-style event on the church lawn. [Read more…]
The Eastern Shore Art League Member Show will be held Friday, October 26, at the Stage Door Gallery. [Read more…]