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Color the Planters Peanut Store Salted,roasted, or chocolate-covered, we love peanuts above all others!

Planters Peanut Center (c. 1889) Step back in time and enjoy the aroma of peanuts roasted in the shell daily by a 1936-model roaster. Offering a wide variety of Planters peanuts (including roasted, raw, and chocolate-covered), candies, and other snack products. 308 W. Washington Street | SuffolkPeanuts.com | 757.539.4411


Word Search Find these Suffolk Farmers’ Market words!

Word List cucumber lettuce pepper corn cabbage artichoke tomato onion zucchini squash apple strawberry blueberry apple

Solution at the end of the book!


Color the Suffolk Art Gallery The Gallery showcases incredible art so make sure to visit, and be a part!

The Suffolk Art Gallery Owned and operated by the City of Suffolk (Department of Parks and Recreation), the Suffolk Art Gallery is an eclectic, exciting venue for through-provoking artwork, situated in the historic Lakeside neighborhood in downtown Suffolk. Nestled amongst Victorian and Colonial architecture, you’ll find a former library constructed in the early 1960s and re-purposed as the Suffolk Art Gallery in the mid 1980s. The Suffolk Art Gallery is home to the oldest and largest juried photography exhibition in Hampton Roads and hosts many regional and local artists in a mix of invitational and juried exhibits. The Gallery provides hands-on art experiences, and offers a rotating selection of art classes suitable for all interests, ages and skills levels. The Gallery is also home to the Suffolk Art League, a member-based non-profit organization that contributes to the exhibits and classes offered at the Gallery as well as art classes and lectures throughout Suffolk. 118 Bosley Avenue | SuffolkVa.us/Parks | 757-514-7284


Color the LOVE Letters Each love letter features our community’s heart; color in each letter to put love in the art!

LOVE Letters in Suffolk On Saturday, November 23, 2019, the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts unveiled a life-sized LOVE artwork entitled ‘SUFFOLK LOVES THE ARTS.’ Created as part of a state and local partnership to promote travel and tourism, the artwork is an extension of the iconic “Virginia is for Lovers” brand, which in 2019 is celebrating 50 years since its inception. Respecting the Suffolk Center’s rich history as Suffolk High School, this unique collaboration was created with Suffolk‘s four area high schools (King’s Fork High School, Lakeland High School, Nansemond River High School, and Nansemond-Suffolk Academy) to inspire a very special ”Suffolk Loves The Arts” LOVEworks. Students submitted designs for approval then, over four weeks, worked with their school’s Art Department and classmates to create and complete their vision. Each LOVE Letter stands six feet tall and is over three feet wide! The new “Suffolk Loves The Arts” LOVEwork is one of more than 190 giant LOVE letters in towns and cities across the Commonwealth. A full list of LOVEworks can be found at virginia.org/LOVE.

110 W Finney Avenue | SuffolkCenter.org | 757-923-0003


Color the Tour Bus This vehicle is the Suffolk Tourism minibus and allows us to show the best of Suffolk – what a plus!

The Suffolk Tour Bus This 14-passenger van takes visitors and residents on tours like the Historic Suffolk Bus Tour and the Great Dismal Swamp Safari. To schedule a tour, contact the Suffolk Visitor Center at 757.514.4130.


Connect the Dots! This owl is hiding in the Great Dismal Swamp! Connect his dots to make him appear!

Solution at the end of the book!


Color the Cypress Tree This tree is gnarled and old, but incredibly beautiful, stoic, and bold!

Great Cypress This great cypress tree rises from the still, shallow waters of Lake Drummond, a 3,108-acre lake located near the center of the Great Dismal Swamp. Tannic acid from forest vegetation stains the water an amber color and keeps it perennially fresh. Cypress is a common name for various coniferous trees or shrubs of northern temperate regions that belong to the family Cupressaceae.


Find the Differences! There are EIGHT differences between these two pictures. Can you find them all?

Solution at the end of the book!


The Great Dismal Swamp Duck Use the number key to color in the missing duck!

1. light blue 4. yellow

2. dark blue 5. brown

3. light green 6. dark green

Solution at the end of the book!


Complete the Maze Help the Suffolk Tour Bus get to the overlook at Lake Drummond!

Solution at the end of the book!


Color the Old Post Office This historic building boasts of Suffolk’s past, when beautiful structures were built to last.

Post Office (c. 1911) Built in the American Renaissance style, the Post Office is the only monumental building on Main Street constructed of dressed stone. The handsome tetra style portico includes fluted Doric columns, swags, and a full entablature with modillions and details. Closed in 1987, the building is now a law office.


Color the Cemetery Statue Cedar Hill Cemetery is full of beauty . . . if only you look around and see!

Angel statue in Cedar Hill Cemetery Cedar Hill Cemetery inspires pleasant walks which may lead to deeper study of lifestyles, families, and history. The beautiful symbols carved into a headstone signified something about the person buried there. For instance, this statue has an angel, symbolizing rebirth or resurrection, spirituality, an agent of God, and guardian of the dead. The clasped hands may also symbolize marriage, a close bond, unity, or affection even after death. Only the relative who ordered the gravestone for the deceased knew exactly what those symbols signified; today, we can only review what is written about the symbols, look at the life span of the individual, and then try to interpret these lovely motifs.


All Scrambled Up! Unscramble the letters to reveal the word! 1.

vdrrei ____________________________________________________

2.

degirb ador ________________________________________________

3.

lpyese eohl fogl secuor _______________________________________

(Historic village in the center of Suffolk)

(Street name of Route 17)

(The Obici House is located on these grounds)

4. ngroma oliamemr ybilrar _____________________________________ (Meeting place in downtown Suffolk where you can check out books) 5.

rsnoba bpu _________________________________________________

6.

stae folsufk craitrecon ternce___________________________________

7.

tumt ttrus _________________________________________________

8.

zneodik ___________________________________________________

9.

llnadoh ___________________________________________________

(Former hotel in downtown Suffolk that is now a popular restaurant)

(Large facility off of East Washington Street, with activities for Suffolk residents)

(Annual fundraising event produced by the Suffolk Humane Society)

(Huge inclusive playground behind Kroger)

(Historic village located off Rt. 58)

10. suaarntret kwee _____________________________________________

(Annual event produced by Suffolk Tourism, to promote eateries)

Solution at the end of the book!


Color the Prothonotary Warbler This sweet songbird is tiny and yellow! Color the feathers of this fine fellow.

Prothonotary Warbler at The Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge The brilliant Prothonotary Warbler is a heavy-bodied warbler with a big head and bill. Bright yellow overall with an oliveback and grayish wings. Undertail coverts are white. The Warbler bounces along branches like a golden flashlight in the dim understory of swampy woodlands. This golden ray of light is unique among warblers with its beady black eye and blue-gray wings. It is also one of two warblers that build their nests in holes in standing dead trees. Often called a “swamp warbler� in the southeast, it also occurs surprisingly far to the north along rivers. (Information provided by allaboutbirds.org)


Color these Donuts These donuts come in every flavor, so color them in for something to savor!

O’doodleDoo’s Donuts Their donuts are made right in the shop, hand dipped and hand decorated by talented artists! Not only are the donuts delicious, but they are known for their unique flavors and designs. Expect the unexpected: they change their flavors each day and rotate through an expanding menu of over 200 flavors. There is outdoor seating and a large children’s sand box and play area. 1601 Bridge Road | OdoodleDoosDonuts.com | 757-745-7323


Word Search Find these Suffolk words!

Suffolk Main Street Harbour View

Swamp Planters Historic

Birdwatching Kayak Pavilion

Nansemond

Solution at the end of the book!


Color the Baron’s Pub Meal Hamburgers and sweet tea...what a treat! Come to Baron’s Pub and eat, eat, eat!

Baron’s Pub You’ll find casual dining and fun atmosphere at Baron’s Pub, situated in the re-purposed 1925 Elliot Hotel, the social center of downtown in the 1920s. Baron’s Pub is famous for its casual American cuisine including the famous Baron Burger, steaks, tacos, daily specials, and live entertainment on weekends. 185 N Main Street | BaronsPub.com | 757-934-3100


Crossword Puzzle Use all you know about Suffolk to solve the puzzle!

ACROSS 2. Popular restaurant The _____Turnip 6. Suffolk’s most popular crop 8. Harper’s Table’s most popular appetizer 10. Worldwide icon of Planters Peanuts 11. Historic home on Main Street with a funny name 12. Historic village in Suffolk

DOWN 1. The Suffolk Visitor Center used to be one of these 3. Suffolk Tourism’s most popular and spooky tour 4. The Great ______ Swamp 5. The former Virginia Governor, from Suffolk 7. The founder of Planters Peanuts and favorite Suffolkian 9. The Nansemond Brewing Station’s liquid of choice Solution at the end of the book!


Complete the Maze This pasta dish at Al Forno Pizzeria looks good! Can you find the way to your fork to eat it?

Al Forno Pizzeria Italian Restaurant A popular Suffolk eatery with a touch of the Old Country. Al Forno serves freshly-prepared dinners, pizza, breads, delicious subs/sandwiches, salads, pastas, and other various Italian dishes. 1523 Holland Road | Al-Forno-Pizzeria.com | 757-925-2829 Solution at the end of the book!


Make your own bookmark! Color in Mr. PeanutÂŽ and cut him out for your very own bookmark!

Mr. Peanut Mr. Peanut was the result of a 1916 contest when Planters Nut and Chocolate Company called on the public to offer suggestions for the peanut company’s brand icon. Through the decades, Mr. Peanut has evolved into a treasured American icon, garnering attention from memorabilia collectors, marketing companies, and of course, consumers. Mr. Peanut will always be number one in Suffolk!


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