Meetings and Programs

Contact our chapter regent for information on meeting times and locations.

September 2, 2016

Battle of the Capes
Hosted by SAR—Fort Story

September 11, 2016

Chapter meeting and potluck

September 17-23, 2016

Constitution Week

October 8-9, 2016

7th Annual Waterways Heritage Festival

October 11, 2016

NSDAR Day of Service
Great Bridge Historic Battlefield Park

October 19, 2016

Yorktown Day Coffee
Yorktown Custom House Garden

October 20, 2016

Tombstone Preservation
Speaker—Judge Preston Grissom

October 23, 2016

Genealogical Workshop

November 11, 2016

Tidewater Veterans Day Parade

November, 11, 2016

Battle of Kemps Landing Joint Wreath Laying with SAR

November 12, 2016

Growing Up As a Teenager During World War II
Speaker—LeNelle Janis

December 3-4, 2016

Reenactment of the Battle of Great Bridge
Great Bridge Historic Battlefield Park

December 7, 2016

NSDAR Observes 75h Anniversary of 1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor

December 18, 2016

Chapter Holiday Open House

January 8, 2017

"Historic Governor's Land from Colony to Revolution"
Archaeologist Mattle Tuttle shares insights and artifacts from the site.

February 4, 2017

Frederick Douglass
Speaker—Nathaniel Richardson interprets Frederick Douglass

February 18, 2017

George Washington Luncheon
Speaker—Tony Williams will describe George Washington and Alexander Hamilton and how their alliance forged America during the Revolutionary War, the forming of the U.S. Constitution, and the first presidency.

March, 2017


April 16, 2017

Genealogical Workshop

April, 2017

Youth Virginia Regiment presents colonial warfare strategy

May 7, 2017

Chapter Meeting and Regent's Tea

May, 2017

Naturalization Ceremony

May, 2017

JROTC Awards Ceremony

July 4, 2017

South Norfolk July Fourth Parade

Celebrate America!

In celebration of the 125th anniversary of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, members committed to honor their heritage as they Celebrate America! through community service efforts. This Celebrate 125! section of the website contains content that was created throughout our 125th anniversary year. We hope you will browse through this information to learn more about DAR’s history and who we are today.

As an organization founded on service in 1890, members have worked tirelessly to promote historic preservation, patriotism, and education in communities across the nation as well as overseas. With the original goal of providing one million hours of volunteer service a year, members quickly surpassed those numbers and have provided more than 12.5 million hours of community service since 2013.

The "Celebrate America!" initiative encourages members to become involved in community service to discover the rewards of volunteerism and to help make their local communities stronger. DAR members are giving back to their communities in appreciation for the nation they love!