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  1. Hampton Carousel

    June 1, 2021, 11:00 AM - October 18, 2021, 8:00 PM
    Carousel Park & Hampton Carousel

    Take a Spin Back in Time! Located in Carousel Park and operated by the Hampton History Museum, the former Buckroe Beach carousel is one of the City of Hampton’s most treasured historic assets. Built in 1920, the carousel is completely restored to its original beauty and housed in its own weather-protected pavilion at Carousel Park on the city’s downtown waterfront. It is one of only 170 antique wooden merry-go-rounds still existing in the U.S. Hand crafted by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company for the Buckroe Beach Amusement Park, Hampton's Carousel is a whirling tribute to the skill of its creators. The Hampton Carousel will operate under federal, state and City of Hampton COVID-19 protocols. Guests will be required to wear masks when inside the carousel building, practice social distancing, and use hand-sanitizer before and after rides.

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  2. Coastal Resilience Master Plan Community Meeting

    October 5, 2021, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Thomas Nelson Community College

    Give your feedback to inform state planning. Virginia is developing its first Virginia Coastal Resilience Master Plan to guide state-level action on coastal flooding. The plan will lay the groundwork for state efforts to address the challenges of rising sea levels, increased rainfall, and stronger coastal storms. Virginia needs your help to make our coastal region more resilient. You are invited to contribute to the state's plan by sharing your thoughts and concerns online or in person. Come out to learn more about the plan and make sure Hampton voices are represented in this process. Join in person at Thomas Nelson Community College, Peninsula Workforce Development Center, 600 Butler Farm Road, in Hampton.

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  3. Sigma Series — Earth on Fire: Fire Weather and Climate Interconnectivity

    October 5, 2021, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM

    Streaming online through NASA Langley

    With all wildfires in recent news, have you ever wondered if the fires are normal or related to climate? Dr. Amber Soja will discuss the local to global feedbacks of fire and smoke. Over the last decade, extreme fires have been in the news, and every year, we hear reports of the ‘worst’ fire season in terms of lives lost, infrastructure, communities and burned area. As climate changes, NASA’s Earth observations, research, models, and science are critical to understanding feedbacks with climate systems and important to improving our preparation for climate risk, mitigation and adaptation. Soja has taken part in and led numerous interdisciplinary, national and international field campaigns that investigate satellite-defined fire behavior and emissions, and the feedbacks between fire, the biosphere, weather and climate, from remote Siberia to western fires and lesser-known small and prescribed fires.

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