June 26 Discussion to Examine Chesapeake Bay Culture and Conflict

(VIRGINIA BEACH, VA)—Learn about the extraordinary history of the first European explorers and the people they encountered on and around the Chesapeake Bay in what is now Hampton Roads at the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's (CBF) next free Brock Environmental Learning Series discussion on Tuesday, June 26. Historical interpreter Michael Steen of The Watermen's Museum will take visitors back in time to a virtually untouched Chesapeake at this event, Culture and Conflict in the Great Shellfish Bay: Hampton Roads 1564 to 1624.

This is the second in a series of discussions at CBF's Brock Center on the environment, culture, and history of Hampton Roads. It takes place Tuesday, June 26, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Brock Environmental Center at 3663 Marlin Bay Drive in Virginia Beach. Parking is available a short walk from the Brock Center on Marlin Bay Drive. The event is free, but space is extremely limited and registration in advance is required at www.cbf.org/LearningSeries.

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