Upcoming Events

Our next general meeting is October 2, 2022
Scott Memorial United Methodist Church
409 First Colonial Road, Virginia Beach
The presentation will be:
"The Purity Squad vs. the Bootleggers"

 

Some of the Programs Hosted by the PAC/VB Historical Society Over the Years

 
  • Virginia Beach History through Postcards, by Al Chewning

  • Skirmish at James Plantation

  • Jefferson's Paradox", by Dr. Timothy O'Rourk

  • The History of the Lesner Bridge

  • The architectural dig at Upper Wolfsnare, by Dr. Norma Barka

  •  Archeology at Jamestown, by William Kelso

  •  The preservation Alliance of Virginia, by David Brown

  •  The Story of Cape Henry, by Dr. Robert Albertson

  •  The contribution of George Mason, by Dr. Robert Hawkes

  •  The Restoration of Pleasant Hall, by Neal Kellam

  •  A Personal Diary of the Wilson Administration, by Nancy Lloyd Arthur

  •  Princess Anne County Foods, by Mary Reid Barrow

  •  Camp Ashby, by Harold Heischober

  •  The CCC in Princess Anne County

  • Union Kempsville Museum Tour

  •  The Centennial of the Munden Point Railroad

  •  The Pleasant Ridge School, by Dr. Lin Logan

  •  Dating Historical Buildings, by Mary Ruffin Hanbury

  •  The Contribution of Women's Organizations in Princess Anne County

  •  The Centennial of Telephone Service in Princess Anne County

  •  Princess Anne County After the Civil War, by Dr. Tommy Bogger

  •  Recreation of an 18th Century Election, held at Upper Wolfsnare

  •  The 1963 Merger, by Barbara Henley

  •  The Centennial of Municipal Government in Virginia Beach

  •  1904 Efforts at Auto Racing Along Virginia Beach

  • Knotts Island Indian Artifacts

  • Virginia Beach Airport Museum Tour

  • "Eye Witness to History" , World War II, by Anne Henry

  • 150 Years of Princess Anne County Public Education

  • "Too Much History", by journalist Paul Clancy

  • "How are we Teaching History", by Lannah Hughes

  • The Influence of Currituck Inlet on Princess Anne County

  • African-American Churches in Princess Anne County

  • Grover Cleveland, the President Who Loved Back Bay