On July 4, 2000, with only about 20 families living in the community, The Riverfront 4th of July parade was born. Children and families decorated their bikes, wagons, and even skateboards, and made their way down River Club Drive to show their patriotism in celebration of our nation's Independence Day.
In this video, Kristin and Mike Meyers discuss the reasons they love living in The Riverfront. They have enjoyed this resort-style community for more than 10 years and especially enjoy leisure time in the many neighborhood parks and trails, as well as participating in the family activities and adult social events that take place year around.
More than 70 volunteers spent an entire week quilting together messages of love, hope, beauty and encouragement last week. The quilters helped piece together more than 800 notes written on fabric by visitors to the Tidewater Builders Associations Homearama at The Riverfront community in northern Suffolk last year. The opportunity was available at the Get... Continue Reading
Residents young and old were surprised this Valentine’s Day with a visit from Cupid himself. Every year, The Riverfront Swim Club takes the stress out of this special day by offering Cupid Gram deliveries for it’s members with themes for all ages, including stuffed animals, sweet and savory treats, games, balloons and even champagne.