Fluvanna Review

Comedian Sid Davis will perform in Fluvanna on Oct. 20.The Fluvanna Arts Council’s 14th season is moving in a new direction, bringing in more local talent, some familiar favorites and some newcomers and lower ticket prices. Kicking off the 2012-2013 season on Oct. 20 is comedian Sid Davis from North Carolina. Davis’ act is described as family-friendly fun and invigorating. Davis pokes fun at everyday events and keeps audiences rolling with laughter. Add a comment

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Nichols focused his suggestions more on enhancing systems already in place than on establishing new taxes and fees. But one new initiative – a meals tax – sparked a Board argument by touching too closely on a frequent philosophical impasse.

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The Rt. 15/53 roundabout project in Palmyra was advertised for construction bids Tuesday, June 14, according to a press release from VDOT.

 

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Magician Wes Iseli is bringing his act to the Fluvanna area on July 30 to benefit Parkinson’s research.  Performances will be at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Victory Hall in Scottsville.  Iseli performed just last month at the Fluvanna library; many who saw his show expressed interest in attending the July 30 event.

Iseli, 38, became a professional magician – with a business license – right out of college; but had been fascinated with magic since he was a little boy. “The first trick I ever saw was when a guy pulled a coin out from behind my ear,” he said with a laugh.  “I was hooked after that.”

 

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Debra Lucado, Renny Megahan, Jeff Craig and Joe Chesser cut the ribbon. Photo by Page H. Gifford Attracting shoppers locally and supporting the newly stocked Fluvanna Ace Hardware (formerly Do It Best) was Joe Chesser’s message to the group of well-wishers gathered at Friday’s (Sept. 12) ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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