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Events for October 2014

Absentee voting for the November 4 election - York County
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Absentee voting for the November 4 election has begun in York County. Election information is available at Absentee voting is available for those who will be out of their precinct on November 4, those who are unable to go to their polling place because of an illness or disability, and those who otherwise qualify to vote an absentee ballot. The deadline to apply to vote absentee by mail, email, or fax is 5 p.m. on Tuesday, October 28. The deadline to apply to vote absentee in person is 5 p.m. on Saturday, November 1. In order to accommodate those who wish to vote absentee in person, the Registrar’s Office will be open Saturday, October 25, and Saturday, November 1, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The law permits emergency absentee voting in a few, very limited situations until 2 PM on Monday, November 3. For more information on emergency absentee voting, call the Registrar’s Office at 890-3440. Any voter age 65 or older or physically disabled may request a ballot from an officer of election outside the polling place but within 150 feet of the entrance to the polling place. On November 4, persons who meet one of these qualifications and who wish to vote outside the polling place can call the Registrar’s Office at 890-3440, and polling place officials will be alerted that a voter who wishes to vote outside the polling place will be arriving. Unofficial election results – including York County election results – will be available on the State Board of Elections Web site at as they are reported after the polls close on November 4. For additional information, please call the Registrar’s Office at 890-3440 or visit the website,

October 08, 2014 - October 28, 2014
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Williamsburg Walk to End Alzheimer's
Location: Matthew Whaley Elementary School
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The Walk to End Alzheimer’s unites the entire community in a display of combined strength and dedication in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. Money raised is used to support local families dealing with this disease, and to fund research initiatives. Join us to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease, available community resources, and the services provided by the local chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Registration at 8:30am | Ceremony at 9:30am | Walk at 10:00am 2 miles.

October 25, 2014
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

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Construction fencing is scheduled to go up around the Stryker Building on Wednesday, October 15, 2014. The fencing will take away a minimum of 30 parking spaces from the Williamsburg Library parking lot for at least 12 months. Alternative parking is available at these sites: - In the parking garage on North Boundary Street - Around the Community Building - On Armistead Street - On North Boundary - On Scotland Street - In the Prince George Parking Garage (230 North Henry Street) The parking will be monitored closely throughout construction and additional strategies will be implemented as circumstances warrant.

October 15, 2014

Halloween Business After Hours
$10 + A Business Card
Location: Colonial Heritage Club 6700 Arthur Hills Dr.

Come join us for a Halloween themed Business After Hours! Food, drink and fun networking! Wear a mask if you dare and prizes for the best one will be awarded! Who was that masked person I was networking with last night?...

October 30, 2014
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

York County - Trick-or-Treat Hours
Location: York County District
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This year’s hours for trick-or-treating in York County will be from dusk to 8 p.m. on Halloween, Friday, October 31. Children age 12 or younger may trick-or-treat and should be accompanied by an adult. Residents are asked to turn on porch lights to identify homes that wish to receive trick-or-treaters. To ensure a safe Halloween experience, the York County Department of Fire and Life Safety and the York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office recommend the following safety tips: • Use makeup instead of masks. Plastic or rubber masks can impair a child’s vision. If masks are worn, advise children to lift their masks while traveling from house to house and when crossing the street. Remind children to be careful, watch for traffic, and to use flashlights. • Make sure costumes and shoes fit properly to avoid tripping hazards. • Purchase Halloween costumes (including wigs, capes and props) that feature a “flame-resistant” or “flame-retardant” label. • Bright and/or light-colored costumes are easier to see at night. • Carry a flashlight or light-stick, and attach “glow-in-the-dark” items or reflective tape to the front and back of children’s costumes. Make sure your trick-or-treater can see and be seen. • An adult should accompany younger children. Older children not accompanied by an adult should travel in groups of at least three. Plan an itinerary and set a time for children to return home. • Avoid houses where porch lights are off. • Do not allow children to accept unwrapped candy or fruit, and check all treats before allowing children to eat them. Any suspicious candy should be reported to the Sheriff’s Office as soon as possible. • Keep your jack-o-lanterns away from landings or doorways where costumes could brush against the candle flame. For added safety, consider using a glow stick or battery powered light instead of candles. • Dried flowers, cornstalks, hay, and crepe paper are highly flammable. Keep these and all decorations away from all open flames and heat sources. • Keep all exits (doors/windows) clear of decorations so that nothing blocks escape routes.

October 31, 2014 - October 31, 2014
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM