The latest installment of the “Explore & Stay Awhile” video series is now available for viewing with a focus on some new upcoming activities and events in Norfolk and the area.

The Norfolk Area Visitors Bureau and the Daily News are teaming up to produce a series of five videos — spread throughout the calendar year — that will highlight the many and varied things to do and see in the Norfolk area.

The first two videos of the series were released last year. The third installment on spring activities went live in February. The fourth video featured information about spring activities, including a geocaching event in Norfolk, as well as the inaugural sculpture walk in the downtown area.

The latest video focuses more on upcoming activities and events that will be highlights of the summer months in the Norfolk area.

The videos are not only posted on the visitors bureau’s website but also featured on the Daily News site, as well as being promoted via the Daily News’ various social media platforms.

“We will reach so many more people — and from different areas — by working with the Daily News,” Traci Jeffrey, visitors bureau director, has said of the video series. “It’s exciting to think about.”

The videos are hosted by Jeffrey and the Daily News’ Tyler Eisenbraun.

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