This Year’s Sunday Celebration Includes Music, Film & Food

Sunday Picnic in the Park on Labor Day weekend has become a tradition since the historic grand re-opening of Central Park September 5, 2010, shown above. (Wave photo)

August 29, 2012

Citizens for Central Park invites everyone to celebrate Labor Day weekend with an old-fashioned Community Picnic in Cape Charles Central Park Sunday, September 2, from 5-10 p.m.

Pack a picnic dinner or buy from vendors at the Park. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy music by Scott Wade, Bob Rankin and Friends.

Local arts and crafts will also be for sale.

At dusk, the first “Film in the Park” will be shown.

This celebration heralds the end of summer, with families and individuals gathering to meet old friends and make new ones amid the beautiful setting of Central Park.

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Bay Creek Pays Part of Back Taxes Owed to Town

Cape Charles Wave

August 29, 2012

Bay Creek LLC and Baymark Construction have paid $43,616 in back taxes to Cape Charles, according to Town Treasurer Kim Coates. Before the payment, the two companies owed $60,762.

Bay Creek LLC paid $18,350 for 19 lots, and owes the balance for 94 more lots, said Coates.

Baymark Construction paid $25,266 for 39 lots, with balances due on 15 more.

“There was never any intent to avoid them,” said Bay Creek spokesman Oral Lambert.

The Wave’s July 31 story on delinquent Town taxpayers may be read here: http://capecharleswave.com/2012/07/some-of-towns-biggest-landowners-owe-back-taxes/

A related August 16 story on delinquent County taxpayers may be read here: http://capecharleswave.com/2012/08/northampton-county-to-tax-delinquents-pay-up-or-else/


FRIDAY 8/31: Beachfront Cruise Kicks off Eastern Shore 50th Reunion

Celebrate Growing Up on the Eastern Shore of Virginia 50th Reunion:

Friday, August 31, 7 p.m. —  Cape Charles Beachfront Cruise followed by a Shore Gathering at the Island House at 9 p.m.

Saturday, September 1, 8 p.m. —  “The Sands of Time” at the Moose Lodge in Belle Haven.

Tickets $16, available at Rayfield’s and Jackson’s.