Congratulations to The deWitt Cottage Garden Club and President Jacky Richards for winning another Award of Merit from The Council of Garden Clubs in Virginia Beach.
We have room for new members 757-437-8432 or email the Director, email@example.com.
Join us at deWitt Cottage on a cool crisp Fall day and enjoy salty oysters from HM Terry: Sewansecott Clams & Oysters, sweet BBQ, and tender slow-cooked Roast Beef from The Beach Bully, live music, cold craft beer, and wine, and a few other surprises. Bid in our silent auction as well. All proceeds will go to the Atlantic Wildfowl Heritage Museum.
ADVANCE TICKETS -
SUNDAY FUNDAY SINGLE TICKET, AGES 15 AND UP - $40
SUNDAY FUNDAY PAIR OF TICKETS, AGES 15 AND UP - $70
A small ticket fee does apply
Your All-Inclusive General Admission Ticket includes:
All you can eat Oysters from H.M. Terry Company, BBQ, and Roast Beef from The Beach Bully Craft Beer, and Wine, Silent Auction, Live Entertainment and Free Entrance To The Museum
Tickets will be available at the door for $50 Each.
Our 4th annual Fall Barbeque & Oyster Roast which will be held on Sunday, October 13, 2019 from 1:00pm until 5:00pm. It will be held on the Historic deWitt Cottage grounds at 1113 Atlantic Avenue. Tickets go on sale August 15, 2019. They will be $40.00 each or $70.00 for a couple in advance. Tickets will be $50.00 each at the door! There are also four sponsor packages available. If you or someone you know would like to be a sponsor, please contact the museum Director at (757) 437-8432 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org . We are also in need of volunteers to help with setup before the event and take down after the event.
The Historic deWitt Cottage opened its doors to reality television on Saturday, August 20, 2019. Producers from Sharp Entertainment in conjunction with Virginia Beach Weddings by Primo Events filmed the season finale of a reality TV show inside and in the gardens of the Cottage. Reality shows are known for drama and thankfully ours was minimal, missing wedding bands. They were quickly found and the ceremony and reception continued as planned. Our bride was the first to enjoy our new “Bridal dressing room” designed in the style and time of the deWitt sisters. The episode will air this fall. This was a huge opportunity for the Cottage and Museum to gain visibility as a preferred venue for the television and film industry. A huge thank you to Museum and Shore Gallery Gift Shop staff, our Custodian, Thomas, and our Garden volunteers. In addition, I would like to thank Ron and Shawn Form of Primo Events for providing this opportunity to us. (Due to confidentiality, we cannot reveal the show until the week it broadcasts.)