Williamsburg Events: April 16 – 22, 2018

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Williamsburg Taste Festival, April 19 – 22
The Williamsburg Taste Festival, formerly the Williamsburg Harvest Celebration, is a celebration of fresh, local food and craft beverages. Combine original culinary authenticity with Southern hospitality and you have the ingredients for an amazing series of events. Highlights include Street Beats (Friday), the Culinary Village (Saturday), and Beer U (Sunday). Visit th website for complete information.

Opera in Williamsburg Presents Carmen, April 20, 22 & 24
Carmen is an opera in four acts by French composer Georges Bizet. It is set in southern Spain and tells the story of the downfall of Don José, a naïve soldier who is seduced by the wiles of the fiery gypsy Carmen. Presented in full with chamber orchestra accompaniment.

Yorktown’s “Sister Cities French Market,” April 21
Experience many things French with your favorite products for the seventh annual Yorktown Sister Cities French Market. Celebrate the spirit of the Saturday market in Port-Vendres France, Yorktown’s sister city since 1990. Traditional market products such as fresh-baked bread, pastries, chocolates, macaroons and crepes, wine, along with French music and fresh food items for purchase.

RavenCon 2018, April 20 – 22
The Con of Opportunity returns to Williamsburg, Virginia with over 300 hours of programming in one action-packed weekend! Gaming, panels, signings, kids’ programming, workshops, readings, vendors, authors, artists, tournaments, costuming, anime, movies, concerts, books, books, and more books! At the DoubleTree Hotel.

The Originals at Billsburg Brewery, April 21
As an extended event for the Williamsburg Taste Festival (WTF), Billsburg Brewery is happy to host this event that show cases original music from local artists. Join us at Billsburg Brewery as we host a Food Truck Rodeo offering some of Williamsburgs finest food offerings, grab a fresh pint of Billsburg Beer, and enjoy a night of the Originals.

Earth Day Weekend at York River State Park, April 21 – 22
Celebrate our beautiful world with a weekend of exploration, discovery, and preservation at York River State Park! Visit the website for more info.

Colonial National Historical Park National Junior Ranger Day Youth Yorktown Battlefield Walk, April 21 – 22
Come join us for National Junior Ranger Day, an annual recognition of America’s future. Children 14 and under, accompanied by an adult, can participate in a ranger-led walk of the battlefield, Saturday, April 21st, 2017. The walk will begin and end at the Yorktown Battlefield visitor center.

Earth Day Celebration, April 21
Celebrate Earth Day at the Virginia Living Museum! Observe the animals as they receive toys, treats and other enrichment activities to stimulate natural behaviors. Learn more about protecting our environment and taking conservation measures.

Spring Native Plant Sale at the Virginia Living Museum, April 21 – 22
Choose from an incredible array of beautiful and unusual native plants for a variety of garden sites and styles, from wet ponds to dry rock gardens. These VLM nursery propagated plants include excellent options for attracting butterflies, hummingbirds, and other wildlife to your yard.

Opening Reception for Alison Stinley’s Gilded Splinters Exhibit, April 21
In “Gilded Splinters,” Old Dominon University’s Alison Stinely utilizes various types of sculpting in collaboration with oil painting in order to create impactful pieces that are independent of a traditional frame. Stinely’s work exudes a breath of life that it is everlasting, fantastical, and honest.

James City Export – Lager Release, April 20
Join us on April 20th as we release our daily James City Export Lager. We created this brilliant gold colored lager for everyone to enjoy. At Billsburg Brewery.

Magnificent Melodies, April 22
Join us for “Magnificent Melodies,” a concert to benefit the Williamsburg Early Childhood Music School and their outreach program, “Elliot’s Song,” which provides music education to under-served children in the area.  It will feature teachers, student alumni, friends, and parents of the school performing music of Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Tarrega, Poulenc, Mechem, and more!

Lecture: Hampton Sides’ “In the Kingdom of Ice,” April 19
In the late nineteenth century, people were obsessed by one of the last unmapped areas of the globe: the North Pole. On July 8, 1879, the USS Jeannette set sail from San Francisco to cheering crowds in the grip of “Arctic Fever.” It hoped to reach the North Pole, and carried with it the hopes of the young United States. At the Mariners’ Museum.

Yorktown Pub Sunday Brunch, Sundays in April
Sunday is special at the Yorktown Pub. Enjoy everything from old fashioned eggs and bacon to and delicious steak! Don’t forget the best shrimp and grits in the area! Delight yourself with friends and family with the beautiful view of the York River too! Come and enjoy Yorktown’s tastiest brunch menu!

First 2018 members Co-op Show, Through April 27
Featuring artists with larger bodies of work, the Members Co-op Show offers a wide variety of 2D and 3D mediums and styles in the main and middle galleries. At the Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center.

Inside James Fort: Built of “Pales, Posts, and Railes,” Saturdays through May 19
Building a fort proved to be a necessity for the colonists within a month of their arrival in 1607. In 1994 Jamestown Rediscovery archaeologists found evidence of the trenches and post molds from the original palisade lines. Carpenter Paul Zelesnikar will demonstrate the tools and methods used by the first colonists to build everything from the fort walls to stools and chests. Stop by to learn more about this important trade!

Quilt Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall, Through May 31
It’s the longest standing exhibit at the Gallery and you don’t want to miss the new additions for spring. Visit the Gallery to admire these beautiful handcrafted quilts. You’ll also find a collection of new art, jewelry, pottery, and much more for sale.

Bingo Night at the Satellite Taproom, Thursdays
Take a trip to the Premium Outlets for Bingo and Beer at the Alewerks Satellite location Thursday night! Bingo will be from 6pm til 7:30 and is free to play for all ages! Prizes, friends, and of course beer!

Yorktown Market Days, Saturdays
Our waterfront farmers market is one of the most unique in Hampton Roads-offering spectacular views of the York River, live music, food trucks, chef cooking demonstrations, and a variety of vendors! This year, the season starts mid-April, and you can enjoy weekly markets through the end of October.

Local Live Music at Billsburg Brewery, Thursdays Through May
Join us in the Billsburg Event Tent every Thursday this Spring for live music. Grab your friends and join us at Billsburg Brewery to start your weekend early, enjoy live music and fresh cold beer at the only venue in James City County on the waterfront.

In the light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums, Through May 13
In the Light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums features important Caravaggesque paintings from the renowned collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, North Carolina Museum of Art, Speed Museum, Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, and Chrysler Museum of Art including recent acquisitions to the collection of the Muscarelle.

Women with Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Women With Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection in conjunction with William & Mary’s 100 Years of Women celebration. This exhibition features over thirty works by prominent women artists from the permanent collection and is comprised of a variety of media styles and time periods expressing their vision.

Guerilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Guerrilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World in the Herman Graphic Arts Room as part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of coeducation at William & Mary and in Virginia. Since 1985 and even more stridently today, the Guerrilla Girls have been concerned with broader discrimination; particularly social oppression related to race, class, and gender.

Friday Brewmaster’s Pin, Fridays
Every Friday at 4 pm at The Virginia Beer Company, we tap a small but potent Brewmaster’s Pin. Centrally located on the bar top in our taproom, these weekly cask concoctions give our brewing team the chance to add a personal touch to our draft offerings.

Vinyl Night at Alewerks, Tuesdays
Join us each and every Tuesday night for Vinyl Night in the Taproom. Bring your own records, or listen to ours, either way it’s sweet vinyl spinning on the turntable. FoodaTude..Food with Attitude will be here too! Retro tunes, good food, and craft beer.

Trivia Night at Alewerks, Wednesdays
Wednesday night means the Taproom is the place to be for this battle of the brains. Bring your friends (or your enemies) and prove just how smart you really are. It’s an entertaining evening with great craft beer, and a thoroughly irreverent take on trivia. We’ll have food trucks here too with an ever-changing menu of delicious options.

Williamsburg Comedy Club, Saturdays
The Comedy Club of Williamsburg invites you to join us for a wonderful evening of fun and laughter. This is your chance to see nationally touring comedians! Located inside the DoubleTree Hotel.


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Williamsburg Events: April 9 – 15, 2018

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The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra Presents Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, April 12
The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra presents Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony featuring a 220 member combined chorus! The WSO will also perform Festive Overture, Op. 96, Shostakovich on the program.

Yorktown Market Days, April 14
Our waterfront farmers market is one of the most unique in Hampton Roads-offering spectacular views of the York River, live music, food trucks, chef cooking demonstrations, and a variety of vendors! This year, the season starts mid-April, and you can enjoy weekly markets through the end of October.

Garden Symposium, April 14-15
Colonial Williamsburg’s 72nd annual Garden Symposium, ordinary to extraordinary. Speakers will share their landscaping techniques and plant choices for small gardens, patios, courtyards and containers. From perennials to pollinators to herbs, become inspired with ideas to show your own creativity in your home garden.

Smoke on the River: Yorktown Civil War Weekend, April 14-15
Battle of Yorktown 1862 history, exhibits, music, naval battles at the Watermen’s Museum. Exhibits and events held at other Yorktown locations. Civil War themed guided tours.

Dino on the Loose at the Virginia Living Museum, April 14
Join our walking T-Rex for dinosaur parades, photo ops and a roaring good time on the Dinosaur Discovery Trail!

Yorktown Kite Demo & Gathering, April 14
Join us at Riverwalk Landing after the kickoff to our Market Days season! Enjoy kite demonstrations and an afternoon of kite flying. Bring your own or borrow one from Patriot Tours and Provisions.

Annual Alpaca Shearing Tours at Fox Wire Farm, April 15
Come and learn during the annual shearing of nearly 90 alpacas at Fox Wire Farm in Toano by taking a shearing tour! This annual event helps prepare the alpacas for the summer months by shedding their wool.

Star Party & Laser Evening at Virginia Living Museum, April 14
The Virginia Living Museum offers free star gazing beginning at sunset on the second Saturday of every month. The evening also includes a planetarium program and several laser shows.

19th Annual 2018 Williamsburg British & European Car Show, April 14
Open the 2018 car show season by visiting beautiful Colonial Williamsburg Virginia for the 19th Annual British and European Car Show sponsored by the Williamsburg British Car Club at The Shops of High Street on 4/14/18. We are very excited to announce our NEW VENUE, The Shops at High St.

Veterans Recognition Day, April 14
Sponsored by the Friends of York River State Park. All donations will go toward Wounded Warriors Project.Bring your mountain bike & join the guided group to cycle some trails. Trek with the Ranger-led group to Fossil Beach on the York River. At noon, enjoy a picnic lunch.

Yorktown Pub Sunday Brunch, Sundays in April
Sunday is special at the Yorktown Pub. Enjoy everything from old fashioned eggs and bacon to and delicious steak! Don’t forget the best shrimp and grits in the area! Delight yourself with friends and family with the beautiful view of the York River too! Come and enjoy Yorktown’s tastiest brunch menu!

Singletrack Maniac 50K, April 14
Experience Freedom Park in a whole new way with the Singletrack Maniac 50K! The generous 10-hour time limit (19 minute mile pace) for the 31-mile Ultra race is great for beginners, but the single track trails are technical and challenging with constant roots and elevation changes. This event takes place rain or shine.

Music Jam Session at Watermen’s Museum, April 11
Second Wednesday every month is Watermen’s Museum Music Jam Session: Don’t miss an evening of fun and music with ShantyGrass and visiting amateurs and professional musicians as you join them in passing songs around a circle.

Robert Logen at the Gallery at York Hall, April 14
Come and meet local harmonic musician, Robert Logen.  He will be playing his harmonica and visiting with guest in a fun filled afternoon.

Civil War Lecture: Dupont’s Ironclad Attack on Charleston, April 14
On April 7, 1863, Rear Admiral Samuel Francis DuPont sent a squadron of nine ironclads to destroy Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie at the entrance to the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina. This enabled his command to reach the inner harbor.

Lecture: Sarah Fraser on “The Prince Who Would Be King,” April 12
Henry Stuart, Prince of Wales, was a prince of global vision. Though he never saw the sea until he was 10 years old, when he was given a ship in 1603, it was love at first sight. Hailed as “Protector of Virginia,” Henry invested in the 1607 expedition of the Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery.

First 2018 members Co-op Show, Through April 27
Featuring artists with larger bodies of work, the Members Co-op Show offers a wide variety of 2D and 3D mediums and styles in the main and middle galleries. At the Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center.

Inside James Fort: Built of “Pales, Posts, and Railes,” Saturdays through May 19
Building a fort proved to be a necessity for the colonists within a month of their arrival in 1607. In 1994 Jamestown Rediscovery archaeologists found evidence of the trenches and post molds from the original palisade lines. Carpenter Paul Zelesnikar will demonstrate the tools and methods used by the first colonists to build everything from the fort walls to stools and chests. Stop by to learn more about this important trade!

Stream to Sea Stroll, Tuesdays April 4 – 18
What is the difference between a woodland stream and a marsh? What creatures are found in a pond compared to those in a river? Are there similar birds in both ecosystems? Take this ranger guided adventure hiking from the forest to the shoreline to discover life in four aquatic communities within a mile and a half of each other.

Quilt Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall, Through May 31
It’s the longest standing exhibit at the Gallery and you don’t want to miss the new additions for spring. Visit the Gallery to admire these beautiful handcrafted quilts. You’ll also find a collection of new art, jewelry, pottery, and much more for sale.

Bingo Night at the Satellite Taproom, Thursdays
Take a trip to the Premium Outlets for Bingo and Beer at the Alewerks Satellite location Thursday night! Bingo will be from 6pm til 7:30 and is free to play for all ages! Prizes, friends, and of course beer!

Local Live Music at Billsburg Brewery, Thursdays Through May
Join us in the Billsburg Event Tent every Thursday this Spring for live music. Grab your friends and join us at Billsburg Brewery to start your weekend early, enjoy live music and fresh cold beer at the only venue in James City County on the waterfront.

In the light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums, Through May 13
In the Light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums features important Caravaggesque paintings from the renowned collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, North Carolina Museum of Art, Speed Museum, Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, and Chrysler Museum of Art including recent acquisitions to the collection of the Muscarelle.

Women with Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Women With Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection in conjunction with William & Mary’s 100 Years of Women celebration. This exhibition features over thirty works by prominent women artists from the permanent collection and is comprised of a variety of media styles and time periods expressing their vision.

Guerilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Guerrilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World in the Herman Graphic Arts Room as part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of coeducation at William & Mary and in Virginia. Since 1985 and even more stridently today, the Guerrilla Girls have been concerned with broader discrimination; particularly social oppression related to race, class, and gender.

Friday Brewmaster’s Pin, Fridays
Every Friday at 4 pm at The Virginia Beer Company, we tap a small but potent Brewmaster’s Pin. Centrally located on the bar top in our taproom, these weekly cask concoctions give our brewing team the chance to add a personal touch to our draft offerings.

Vinyl Night at Alewerks, Tuesdays
Join us each and every Tuesday night for Vinyl Night in the Taproom. Bring your own records, or listen to ours, either way it’s sweet vinyl spinning on the turntable. FoodaTude..Food with Attitude will be here too! Retro tunes, good food, and craft beer.

Trivia Night at Alewerks, Wednesdays
Wednesday night means the Taproom is the place to be for this battle of the brains. Bring your friends (or your enemies) and prove just how smart you really are. It’s an entertaining evening with great craft beer, and a thoroughly irreverent take on trivia. We’ll have food trucks here too with an ever-changing menu of delicious options.

Riverwalk Restaurant’s Sunday Brunch Buffet, Sundays
Join us Sundays at Riverwalk Restaurant overlooking the York River as Chef Brian Hines at the helm creating a savory menu using fresh, local seafood, natural meats, and more.

Williamsburg Comedy Club, Saturdays
The Comedy Club of Williamsburg invites you to join us for a wonderful evening of fun and laughter. This is your chance to see nationally touring comedians! Located inside the DoubleTree Hotel.


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Williamsburg Events: April 2 – 8, 2018

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2nd Sunday’s Art & Music Festival, April 8
Williamsburg, Virginia’s only ALMOST Year ‘Round Arts & Street Festival! On the second Sunday of every month, you can stroll the streets of Colonial Williamsburg and take in unique arts, handcrafts, and live music in a fun and family-friendly atmosphere.

Aura Curiatlas Performs at the Kimball Theatre, April 7 & 8
Since 2014, the company has been known for its exciting and inventive blend of dance, theatre, and acrobatics to tell stories. The stories are inspired in many different ways including cartoons, romance, architecture, bus trips, and astrophysics. The lightheartedness, athleticism, and reliance on physical storytelling make Aura CuriAtlas engaging to audiences of varied ages and backgrounds. After the show, the performers will stay for conversations with the audience.

Victory at Yorktown 10K & 1-Mile Family Fun Run/Walk, April 7
The fourth annual YMCA Victory at Yorktown 10K Run/Walk & 1 Mile Family Fun Run/Walk is an historical and scenic race beginning at Riverwalk Landing on the Yorktown Waterfront.

The Chamber Music Society of Williamsburg, April 3
The Chamber Music Society of Williamsburg presents the Armida Quartet Tuesday evening, April 3 at 8:00 PM in the Williamsburg Regional Library Theatre.

Wonders of the Sea at the Virginia Living Museum, April 2 – 6
Join us for Spring Break and welcome our new moray eel! Take in the “Coral Reefs: Nurseries of the Sea” conservation kiosk, a screening of the award winning documentary “Chasing Coral,” and sea-themed shows in the Abbitt Planetarium. Witness a scuba program and fish feeding in the Chesapeake Bay Tank and more.

First 2018 members Co-op Show, Through April 27
Featuring artists with larger bodies of work, the Members Co-op Show offers a wide variety of 2D and 3D mediums and styles in the main and middle galleries. At the Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center.

Tap the Vault, April 7 & 8
Alewerks is the place to be the first weekend in April. Come celebrate National Beer Day with us when we open up our beer vault and tap rare and exciting beers all weekend. This will be a veritable greatest hits lineup. We’ll be tapping something new every two hours, and when they run out, they’re out.

Hops and Hogs Beer Festival, April 7
Smoked pork and other food; beer and wine; and live music. At Watermen’s Museum.

Inside James Fort: Built of “Pales, Posts, and Railes,” Saturdays through May 19
Building a fort proved to be a necessity for the colonists within a month of their arrival in 1607. In 1994 Jamestown Rediscovery archaeologists found evidence of the trenches and post molds from the original palisade lines. Carpenter Paul Zelesnikar will demonstrate the tools and methods used by the first colonists to build everything from the fort walls to stools and chests. Stop by to learn more about this important trade!

Stream to Sea Stroll, Tuesdays April 4 – 18
What is the difference between a woodland stream and a marsh? What creatures are found in a pond compared to those in a river? Are there similar birds in both ecosystems? Take this ranger guided adventure hiking from the forest to the shoreline to discover life in four aquatic communities within a mile and a half of each other.

Bikes Out of Hibernation at Chickahominy Riverfront Park, April 7
Looking for an opportunity to get your bike out of “‘hibernation?” Free safety inspections, assistance for minor repairs, greasing, fitting as well as fun rides to “knock the rust off” after winter.

Watermen’s Museum Opens for the Season, April 3
Explore Watermen’s museum located on the Yorktown Virginia waterfront. The museum is educational and demonstrates the role Chesapeake Bay Watermen, from pre-colonial to modern times, have played in the molding of our nation.

Gallery at York Hall Opens, April 3
A welcome center for visitors and gathering place for residents, the Gallery features paintings, pottery, jewelry, stained glass, quilts, and other pieces from more than 300 local artists. Each month, you’ll find new featured artists and interactive demonstrations in the lobby on Sundays.

The York County Historical Museum Opens, April 3
View artifacts that tell the rich and varied stories of York County’s past, from the time of the earliest Native Americans, colonial-era Yorktown, and both the battlefield and home fronts of the Revolutionary War through World War II.

Quilt Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall, Through May 31
It’s the longest standing exhibit at the Gallery and you don’t want to miss the new additions for spring. Visit the Gallery to admire these beautiful handcrafted quilts. You’ll also find a collection of new art, jewelry, pottery, and much more for sale.

Forest Explorers Walk & Talk at Freedom Park, April 8
Join us on the first Saturday of every month this spring for a nature program and guided walk on the new Living Forest Interpretive Trail! One of our expert nature guides will present a nature program on a different topic each month, then lead children and their parents on a trip through the forest to learn about plants, wildlife, insects and anything else we may encounter!

Taskinas Trek at York River State Park, April 6
The Taskinas Creek Trail is gaining a reputation as one of the most scenic and challenging hikes east of I-95. This three mile trail has a series of steep ravines that wind down to secluded bogs. There are also gorgeous overlooks of the Taskinas Creek Marsh which is home to various birds, fish, and mammals. Take the ranger guided hike through this interesting ecosystem.

Lecture: The History of the Museum Through Photographs, April 7
Explore the creation and early years of The Mariners’ Museum and Park through historic photos and stories, and learn about the people that made this Newport News institution possible.

Bingo Night at the Satellite Taproom, Thursdays
Take a trip to the Premium Outlets for Bingo and Beer at the Alewerks Satellite location Thursday night! Bingo will be from 6pm til 7:30 and is free to play for all ages! Prizes, friends, and of course beer!

Local Live Music at Billsburg Brewery, Thursdays Through May
Join us in the Billsburg Event Tent every Thursday this Spring for live music. Grab your friends and join us at Billsburg Brewery to start your weekend early, enjoy live music and fresh cold beer at the only venue in James City County on the waterfront.

Fresh Water Fishing Clinic, April 5
Before you hit the water, learn and practice the skills needed to fish in fresh water. Practice casting with a spin-casting rod & reel combo. Learn how to use bobbers, sinkers, and the knots most often used by anglers. We’ll have a “backyard bass” contest as well.

In the light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums, Through May 13
In the Light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums features important Caravaggesque paintings from the renowned collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, North Carolina Museum of Art, Speed Museum, Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, and Chrysler Museum of Art including recent acquisitions to the collection of the Muscarelle.

Women with Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Women With Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection in conjunction with William & Mary’s 100 Years of Women celebration. This exhibition features over thirty works by prominent women artists from the permanent collection and is comprised of a variety of media styles and time periods expressing their vision.

Guerilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Guerrilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World in the Herman Graphic Arts Room as part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of coeducation at William & Mary and in Virginia. Since 1985 and even more stridently today, the Guerrilla Girls have been concerned with broader discrimination; particularly social oppression related to race, class, and gender.

Friday Brewmaster’s Pin, Fridays
Every Friday at 4 pm at The Virginia Beer Company, we tap a small but potent Brewmaster’s Pin. Centrally located on the bar top in our taproom, these weekly cask concoctions give our brewing team the chance to add a personal touch to our draft offerings.

Vinyl Night at Alewerks, Tuesdays
Join us each and every Tuesday night for Vinyl Night in the Taproom. Bring your own records, or listen to ours, either way it’s sweet vinyl spinning on the turntable. FoodaTude..Food with Attitude will be here too! Retro tunes, good food, and craft beer.

Trivia Night at Alewerks, Wednesdays
Wednesday night means the Taproom is the place to be for this battle of the brains. Bring your friends (or your enemies) and prove just how smart you really are. It’s an entertaining evening with great craft beer, and a thoroughly irreverent take on trivia. We’ll have food trucks here too with an ever-changing menu of delicious options.

Riverwalk Restaurant’s Sunday Brunch Buffet, Sundays
Join us Sundays at Riverwalk Restaurant overlooking the York River as Chef Brian Hines at the helm creating a savory menu using fresh, local seafood, natural meats, and more.

Williamsburg Comedy Club, Saturdays
The Comedy Club of Williamsburg invites you to join us for a wonderful evening of fun and laughter. This is your chance to see nationally touring comedians! Located inside the DoubleTree Hotel.


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Williamsburg Events: March 26 – April 1, 2018 (Easter Weekend)

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Please note, we apologize for our recent absence! But we’re back and ready to rock and roll with spring events! 


Easter Events:

Easter Egg Extravaganza, March 31
The annual Easter Egg Extravaganza is March 31 at the Warhill Sports Complex – bring your Easter basket and camera!

Easter Morning Sunrise Service on Jamestown Island, April 1
Easter Sunrise Service will be held on Historic Jamestown Island at 7:00 am on Sunday, April 1, 2018. All are welcome. Williamsburg Clergy from different Churches will lead the Interdenominational Worship Service.

Egg-Stravaganza at the Virginia Living Museum, March 31
The hunt is on! Uncover a variety of eggs from all types of native animals from our extensive collections. Enjoy a visit from our resident rabbit just in time for the holiday, as well as a live animal show, activities, and crafts.

B2 Bunny Hops 5K Fun Run & Easter Egg Hunt, March 31
The first annual 5K Race / Fun Run & Easter Egg Hunt at Billsburg Brewery. Bring the whole family our and join us Saturday, March 31 for what will be an amazing inaugural 5K Fun Run & Easter Egg Hunt. Bring your puppies, your children, your neighbors, your visiting relatives from out of town, you surely don’t want to miss this event at Billsburg Brewery.

Easter Brunch at the Williamsburg Winery, April 1
Join us to celebrate Easter and feast on an extensive brunch buffet featuring fresh, local selections. See website for complete menu. Reservations required.

Other Events:

Local Live Music at Billsburg Brewery, Thursdays Through May
Join us in the Billsburg Event Tent every Thursday this Spring for live music. Grab your friends and join us at Billsburg Brewery to start your weekend early, enjoy live music and fresh cold beer at the only venue in James City County on the waterfront.

The Schooners Alliance and Serenity Return to Yorktown!, March 30
For those who love history, yearn for romance, or have dreamed of a true sailing adventure—this outing is for you! Lend a hand at setting sail, take the helm and steer the ship, or look for dolphins and osprey as you glide along the shores of the York River.

Pirate Adventure Cruises Return, March 30
Bring the kids to Captain Mayhem’s School of Piracy aboard the Yorktown Pirate Boat Tour, and see what it was like to set sail as they did in the day of block and tackle and traditionally rigged sailing vessels.

Riverwalk Landing Piers Open, April 1
The Riverwalk Landing Piers provide docking for overnight stays and transient boaters. Tie up and step ashore to grab a bite to eat or do a little shopping.

Fossil Frenzy at York River State Park, March 26
Long before there was a York River State Park, or even a York River, 6,000 plus years ago, marine creatures swam here in a shallow sea. Join us in discovering relics of these very old creatures as we hike to a fossil beach.

Taskinas Trek at York River State Park, March 30
The Taskinas Creek Trail is gaining a reputation as one of the most scenic and challenging hikes east of I-95. Take the ranger guided hike through this interesting ecosystem. Bring water and a snack, but remember to pack in – pack out.

Friday Night Flights at Charly’s Airport Restaurant, Fridays through August
Enjoy live acoustic music on the patio of Charly’s Airport Restaurant each Friday now through early autumn during Friday Night Flights. The patio provides great views as planes takeoff (you never know what you’ll see!) and there are always delicious specials on homemade bread and slices of pie for dessert.

Watermen’s Museum Presents Yorktown Story Slam, Every Fourth Monday
Story tellers come together at the Yorktown Story Slam every fourth Monday of the month to share their true personal tales about a monthly theme.  7 PM – Storytellers Presentation.  8 to 8:30 PM – Audience Stories.

Bingo Night at the Satellite Taproom, March 29
Take a trip to the Premium Outlets for Bingo and Beer at our Satellite location Thursday night! Bingo will be from 6pm til 7:30 and is free to play for all ages! Prizes, friends, and of course beer!

Stream to Sea Stroll, March 27
What is the difference between a woodland stream and a marsh? What creatures are found in a pond compared to those in a river? Are there similar birds in both ecosystems? Take this ranger guided adventure hiking from the forest to the shoreline to discover life in four aquatic communities within a mile and a half of each other.

Fresh Water Fishing Clinic, March 29
Before you hit the water, learn and practice the skills needed to fish in fresh water. Practice casting with a spin-casting rod & reel combo.

Elegant Accomplishments: Women in Early Music, Fridays in March
Discover the varied roles of music in women’s lives as you enjoy representative music by and for some talented European women.

In the light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums, Through May 13
In the Light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums features important Caravaggesque paintings from the renowned collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, North Carolina Museum of Art, Speed Museum, Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, and Chrysler Museum of Art including recent acquisitions to the collection of the Muscarelle.

Women with Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Women With Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection in conjunction with William & Mary’s 100 Years of Women celebration. This exhibition features over thirty works by prominent women artists from the permanent collection and is comprised of a variety of media styles and time periods expressing their vision.

Guerilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Guerrilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World in the Herman Graphic Arts Room as part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of coeducation at William & Mary and in Virginia. Since 1985 and even more stridently today, the Guerrilla Girls have been concerned with broader discrimination; particularly social oppression related to race, class, and gender.

Elementary School Art Show at On the Hill Gallery, Through March 31
Celebrating our annual York County Elementary Children’s Art Show March 18th thru 31st at On the Hill Gallery. Each teacher from every elementary school has chosen a selection of student’s work to be hung in a professional gallery setting.

Williamsburg Comedy Club, Saturdays
The Comedy Club of Williamsburg invites you to join us for a wonderful evening of fun and laughter. This is your chance to see nationally touring comedians! Located inside the DoubleTree Hotel.

“Mixed Media” Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall, Through March
Come and enjoy Mixed Media Art Show at  the Gallery at York Hall.  You can relish in our revolving exhibit of fine art in all media by local artists for display and sale. See website for winter hours.

Live Music at Water Street Grille, Fridays & Saturdays in March
Enjoy your evenings with great, live music at the Water Street Grille throughout the month. See website for a schedule.

Karaoke Idol at Revolution Golf & Grille, Wednesdays through March 21
See if you have what it takes to be Williamsburg’s KARAOKE IDOL! 10 weeks Event! Tryouts are on Wednesdays (January 10th and 17th). Top 20 continue on to the 8 week elimination!

Friday Brewmaster’s Pin, Fridays
Every Friday at 4 pm at The Virginia Beer Company, we tap a small but potent Brewmaster’s Pin. Centrally located on the bar top in our taproom, these weekly cask concoctions give our brewing team the chance to add a personal touch to our draft offerings.

Vinyl Night at Alewerks, Tuesdays
Join us each and every Tuesday night for Vinyl Night in the Taproom. Bring your own records, or listen to ours, either way it’s sweet vinyl spinning on the turntable. FoodaTude..Food with Attitude will be here too! Retro tunes, good food, and craft beer.

Trivia Night at Alewerks, Wednesdays
Wednesday night means the Taproom is the place to be for this battle of the brains. Bring your friends (or your enemies) and prove just how smart you really are. It’s an entertaining evening with great craft beer, and a thoroughly irreverent take on trivia. We’ll have food trucks here too with an ever-changing menu of delicious options.

Riverwalk Restaurant’s Sunday Brunch Buffet, Sundays
Join us Sundays at Riverwalk Restaurant overlooking the York River as Chef Brian Hines at the helm


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Williamsburg Events: March 5 – 11, 2018

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Riverwalk Restaurant Wine Expo, March 10
Sample more than 50 different wines, artisanal cheeses, local oysters, and sweets-all for a great cause! Proceeds from Riverwalk Restaurant’s Spring Wine Expo will benefit the Victory Peninsula YMCA of Yorktown.

2nd Sunday’s Art & Music Festival, March 11
Williamsburg, Virginia’s only ALMOST Year ‘Round Arts & Street Festival! On the second Sunday of every month, you can stroll the streets of Colonial Williamsburg and take in unique arts, handcrafts, and live music in a fun and family-friendly atmosphere.

Battle of Hampton Roads Weekend, March 9-11
Join The Mariners’ Museum as we commemorate the 154th Anniversary of the Battle of Hampton Roads. Experience Living History encampments, an interactive iron pour, a Civil War beard competition for all ages, enjoy family programs and games, educational lectures, and more!

The Beatles Tribute Show, March 10
Join us for a night of Beatles Mania! CultureFix proudly presents area musicians Matt Thomas & Kim Person, Skinner Box, and The Folly playing your favorite Beatles tunes. At the Kimball Theatre.

The Chamber Music Society of Williamsburg, March 6
The Chamber Music Society of Williamsburg presents the Weiss Kaplan Stumpf Trio Tuesday evening, March 6 at 8:00 PM in the Williamsburg Regional Library Theatre. Combining the talents of three award-winning soloists, the  Trio brings to each performance its distinctive fusion of authority, experience, energy, and passion.

Auntie M’s American Cottage Workshops, March 10
Come join Auntie M’s fun and unique workshop. The workshop moderator leads you through various fun filled art program to enhance your creativity through one-of-a-kind workshop.

Brackets and Beer at Billsburg Brewery, March 11
Join us in the Billsburg Taproom and fill out your brackets! We will have all the final games on the TVs, plus all the coverage for Selection Sunday and the analysis after the selections.

Saint Barbara Beer Release, March 10
Brass Cannon Brewing’s spring seasonal is making its return on Saturday the 10th! The lightest color beer we offer, St. Barbara is crisp and refreshing with a floral tone of heather tips and lemon peel.

Sip and Sculpt, March 9
A new Battle of Hampton Roads (BOHR) event where guests can enjoy a glass of their favorite adult beverages while creating their own iron-cast molds. The molds will then be used to turn the design into a work of art using traditional iron-casting techniques during iron pour demonstrations throughout the weekend. At the Mariners’ Museum.

Civil War Lecture: The Age of Iron, March 10
Civil War lectures are free with Museum admission, but reserving a seat is suggested as seating is limited. Reserve seats below. Following the American Civil War a number of improvements were made to ironclad vessels to better project the imperialistic interests of world nations.

Lecture at Grace Church Parish Hall, March 11
Steve Ormsby of Watermen’s Museum will speak on sunken ships and The Maritime Reserve Initiative.

History Bites, March 10
Join The Mariners’ Museum as top restaurants and caterers in Hampton Roads compete in a food-tasting event of historic proportions. Attendees will enjoy unlimited tastings from all contestants who will prepare their best interpretations of a selection of traditional 19th century dishes representing the North, the South and the Navy.

Elegant Accomplishments: Women in Early Music, Fridays in March
Discover the varied roles of music in women’s lives as you enjoy representative music by and for some talented European women.

Star Party & Laser Evening at Virginia Living Museum, March 10
The Virginia Living Museum offers free star gazing beginning at sunset on the second Saturday of every month. The evening also includes a planetarium program and several laser shows.

In the light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums, Through May 13
In the Light of Caravaggio: Dutch and Flemish Paintings from Southeastern Museums features important Caravaggesque paintings from the renowned collections of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, North Carolina Museum of Art, Speed Museum, Bob Jones University Museum & Gallery, and Chrysler Museum of Art including recent acquisitions to the collection of the Muscarelle.

Women with Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Women With Vision: Masterworks from the Permanent Collection in conjunction with William & Mary’s 100 Years of Women celebration. This exhibition features over thirty works by prominent women artists from the permanent collection and is comprised of a variety of media styles and time periods expressing their vision.

Guerilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World, Through May 13
The Muscarelle Museum of Art is proud to present Guerrilla Girls: Conscience of the Art World in the Herman Graphic Arts Room as part of the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of coeducation at William & Mary and in Virginia. Since 1985 and even more stridently today, the Guerrilla Girls have been concerned with broader discrimination; particularly social oppression related to race, class, and gender.

Middle School Art Show at On the Hill Gallery, Through March 17
Come out and support our local youth “Artist in the Making”, an art exhibit by selected York County Middle School students. Celebrating our annual York County Middle School Art Show, March 4th thru 17th at On the Hill Gallery. The work will be hung and displayed the same as in a professional gallery.

Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center Features W & M Studio Art Majors Exhibition, February 20 – March 6
The Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center is featuring the William & Mary Studio Art Majors Exhibition through Mar. 16. The exhibit, including exciting selections from the W&M Senior Capstone course, was curated by Brian Kreydatus, Professor of Printmaking and Life Drawing at W&M.

Live Music at Water Street Grille, Fridays & Saturdays in March
Enjoy your evenings with great, live music at the Water Street Grille throughout the month. See website for a schedule.

“Mixed Media” Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall, Through March
Come and enjoy Mixed Media Art Show at  the Gallery at York Hall.  You can relish in our revolving exhibit of fine art in all media by local artists for display and sale. See website for winter hours.

Karaoke Idol at Revolution Golf & Grille, Wednesdays through March 21
See if you have what it takes to be Williamsburg’s KARAOKE IDOL! 10 weeks Event! Tryouts are on Wednesdays (January 10th and 17th). Top 20 continue on to the 8 week elimination!

Friday Brewmaster’s Pin, Fridays
Every Friday at 4 pm at The Virginia Beer Company, we tap a small but potent Brewmaster’s Pin. Centrally located on the bar top in our taproom, these weekly cask concoctions give our brewing team the chance to add a personal touch to our draft offerings.

Vinyl Night at Alewerks, Tuesdays
Join us each and every Tuesday night for Vinyl Night in the Taproom. Bring your own records, or listen to ours, either way it’s sweet vinyl spinning on the turntable. FoodaTude..Food with Attitude will be here too! Retro tunes, good food, and craft beer.

Trivia Night at Alewerks, Wednesdays
Wednesday night means the Taproom is the place to be for this battle of the brains. Bring your friends (or your enemies) and prove just how smart you really are. It’s an entertaining evening with great craft beer, and a thoroughly irreverent take on trivia. We’ll have food trucks here too with an ever-changing menu of delicious options.

Riverwalk Restaurant’s Sunday Brunch Buffet, Sundays
Join us Sundays at Riverwalk Restaurant overlooking the York River as Chef Brian Hines at the helm creating a savory menu using fresh, local seafood, natural meats, and more.

Williamsburg Comedy Club, Saturdays
The Comedy Club of Williamsburg invites you to join us for a wonderful evening of fun and laughter. This is your chance to see nationally touring comedians! Located inside the DoubleTree Hotel.


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Williamsburg Events: February 26 – March 4, 2018

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The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra Masterworks Concert, February 26 & 27
At this concert, the audience will step into the world of French baroque composer, organist and harpsichordist François Couperin for an evening of enchanting music. At the Kimball Theatre.

Run with the Dragon 8K, Dragon Fun Run and 2-Mile Run, March 3
Come Run with the Dragon in New Town Williamsburg with this wonderful inaugural race. Get timed in the 8K or simply bring your friends and families to enjoy the Dragon Fun Run or 2 mile fun run.

2017 Wessex Hundred Dry Rose Release at the Williamsburg Winery, March 3
Join us at The Williamsburg Winery for the unofficial beginning of spring on Saturday, March 3rd as we release the 2017 Wessex Hundred Dry Rosé. Rosé embodies the warmth and spirit of Spring not only in it’s color but its bright berry fruit notes and crisp refreshing acidity. This Cabernet Franc based Dry Rosé will be available on all tastings as well as by the glass and bottle at the Gabriel Archer Tavern and at our Colonial Williamsburg Tasting Room & Wine Bar in Merchants Square.

The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra Family Concert (for all ages), March 4
If you enjoyed “Carnival of the Animals,” you will love “Ady’s American Adventure!” The Williamsburg Symphony brings to life the fictional story of Ady, a young boy who immigrates to the United States in the 1920’s.

Watermen’s Museum Presents Yorktown Story Slam, January 26
Story tellers come together at the Yorktown Story Slam every fourth Monday of the month to share their true personal tales about a monthly theme.

Lecture – The Comeback: How Oracle Team USA Won the 2013 America’s Cup, March 3
This is a new lecture series presented by The Mariners’ Museum and Park staff. Go behind the scenes of the Museum and explore our collection while learning about the work the staff does. Learn how the Oracle Team USA Won the 2013 America’s Cup. Presented by Jeanne Willoz-Egnor, Director of Collections.

Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center Features W & M Studio Art Majors Exhibition, February 20 – March 6
The Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center is featuring the William & Mary Studio Art Majors Exhibition through Mar. 16. The exhibit, including exciting selections from the W&M Senior Capstone course, was curated by Brian Kreydatus, Professor of Printmaking and Life Drawing at W&M.

Live Music at Water Street Grille, Fridays & Saturdays in March
Enjoy your evenings with great, live music at the Water Street Grille throughout the month. See website for a schedule.

Third Sunday Children’s Art Class at On the Hill Gallery, February 26
In this Third Sunday Children’s Art event, we will have a different art medium every month. Children will enjoy drawing, painting and other media in classes designed for children.

My Story; My Voice, Wednesdays & Thursdays in February
Witness a compelling moment in the life of an 18th century person. Then join the discussion as the actor interpreter shares how they brought the character to life.

“Mixed Media” Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall, Through March
Come and enjoy Mixed Media Art Show at  the Gallery at York Hall.  You can relish in our revolving exhibit of fine art in all media by local artists for display and sale. See website for winter hours.

Yorktown’s Cabin Fever Concert Series, Thursdays through March 1
Wipe the winter blues away with a free concert in the Freight Shed at Riverwalk Landing in historic Yorktown. Local musicians engage and interact with the audience during this unique experience. Sponsored by York County.  Limited seating, no tickets or reservations, first come-first served.

High School Art Show at On the Hilly Gallery, February 18 – March 3
Come out and support our local youth “Artist in the Making”, an art exhibit by selected York County High School students.

Friday Brewmaster’s Pin, Fridays
Every Friday at 4 pm at The Virginia Beer Company, we tap a small but potent Brewmaster’s Pin. Centrally located on the bar top in our taproom, these weekly cask concoctions give our brewing team the chance to add a personal touch to our draft offerings.

Karaoke Idol at Revolution Golf & Grille, Wednesdays through March 21
See if you have what it takes to be Williamsburg’s KARAOKE IDOL! 10 weeks Event! Tryouts are on Wednesdays (January 10th and 17th). Top 20 continue on to the 8 week elimination!

Vinyl Night at Alewerks, Tuesdays
Join us each and every Tuesday night for Vinyl Night in the Taproom. Bring your own records, or listen to ours, either way it’s sweet vinyl spinning on the turntable. FoodaTude..Food with Attitude will be here too! Retro tunes, good food, and craft beer.

Trivia Night at Alewerks, Wednesdays
Wednesday night means the Taproom is the place to be for this battle of the brains. Bring your friends (or your enemies) and prove just how smart you really are. It’s an entertaining evening with great craft beer, and a thoroughly irreverent take on trivia. We’ll have food trucks here too with an ever-changing menu of delicious options.

Riverwalk Restaurant’s Sunday Brunch Buffet, Sundays
Join us Sundays at Riverwalk Restaurant overlooking the York River as Chef Brian Hines at the helm creating a savory menu using fresh, local seafood, natural meats, and more.

The Comedy Club of Williamsburg, Saturdays through February 24

The Comedy Club of Williamsburg invites you to join us for a wonderful evening of fun and laughter. This is your chance to see nationally touring comedians many of whom who have appeared on shows such as Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, and HBO, David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon! Many of our comedians are Headliners on major stages in New York City, Las Vegas, and on the Cruise Lines! At the DoubleTree Hotel.


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Williamsburg Events: February 20 – 25, 2018

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Craft Beer Dinner at the Water Street Grille in Yorktown, February 22
Water Street Grille, an intimate place big on flavor and personality, and a Yorktown must-do, is offering 20 micro brews and a delicious menu.  Your evening will feature a four course dinner menu prepared by the culinary team while overlooking the York River.

Paint & Pint Night at Alewerks Brewing Company, February 22
Meet in the Brewery Taproom for a fun painting event. $25 includes your canvas, art supplies, and a two hour step-by-step painting session. No experience necessary, all skill levels are welcome!

Dino on the Loose at the Virginia Living Museum, February 24
Join our walking T-Rex for dinosaur parades, photo ops and a roaring good time on the Dinosaur Discovery Trail!

Spring Lecture Series: American Dunkirk, February 22
When the terrorist attacks struck New York City on September 11, 2001, boat operators and waterfront workers quickly realized they had the skills, the equipment, and the opportunity to take definite, immediate action in responding to the most significant destructive event in the United States in decades. At the Mariners’ Museum.

Black History Month Series Anansi and other African Folktales, February 25
Throughout the ages, Africans have used storytelling to teach life lessons, entertain, and explain the workings of the world. In this entertaining and educational program, the audience will listen to some of these stories and learn how African storytellers incorporated music to tell their tales. At the Mariners’ Museum.

Annual Open House at The Spice & Tea Exchange of Williamsburg, February 24
It’s our Annual Open House time at The Spice & Tea Exchange of Williamsburg. This is a day where we like to celebrate our loyal and local customers and invite everyone out for a fun filled day with free tastings and in-store specials!

“Follow the Drinking Gourd” at the Virginia Living Museum, Saturdays through February 24
“Follow the Drinking Gourd” takes us back to the days when freedom was nothing more than a dream for those held in slavery. Some looked for hope to a certain constellation with its bright shining star. The story is a poignant and inspiring tale of one African-American family’s desperate flight to freedom and how they used constellations to guide the way.

Hilton Village Lecture Series: Homer Lenoir Ferguson, February 24
This is the second of three lectures in our Historic Winter Speaker Series, titled, “Chartering the Course to Greatness: The Huntington Family”. At the Mariners’ Museum.

Rain Barrel Workshop, February 24
In partnership with the Virginia Cooperative Extension, the City of Newport News Natural Resources Division, and the City of Newport News Recycling Office, The Mariners’ Museum and Park is hosting a rain barrel workshop! Participants will be guided through rain barrel assembly and will get to take home a finished product after this two-hour workshop.

My Story; My Voice, Wednesdays & Thursdays in February
Witness a compelling moment in the life of an 18th century person. Then join the discussion as the actor interpreter shares how they brought the character to life.

“Mixed Media” Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall, Through March
Come and enjoy Mixed Media Art Show at  the Gallery at York Hall.  You can relish in our revolving exhibit of fine art in all media by local artists for display and sale. See website for winter hours.

Yorktown’s Cabin Fever Concert Series, Thursdays through March 1
Wipe the winter blues away with a free concert in the Freight Shed at Riverwalk Landing in historic Yorktown. Local musicians engage and interact with the audience during this unique experience. Sponsored by York County.  Limited seating, no tickets or reservations, first come-first served.

A Perfect Adornment Tour, Fridays through February 23
As you are guided through the opulent home of Peyton and Elizabeth Randolph, a heart-wrenching narrative unfolds exploring the complicated relationships between gentry women and their enslaved maidservants.

High School Art Show at On the Hilly Gallery, February 18 – March 3
Come out and support our local youth “Artist in the Making”, an art exhibit by selected York County High School students.

Karaoke Idol at Revolution Golf & Grille, Wednesdays through March 21
See if you have what it takes to be Williamsburg’s KARAOKE IDOL! 10 weeks Event! Tryouts are on Wednesdays (January 10th and 17th). Top 20 continue on to the 8 week elimination!

Friday Brewmaster’s Pin, Fridays
Every Friday at 4 pm at The Virginia Beer Company, we tap a small but potent Brewmaster’s Pin. Centrally located on the bar top in our taproom, these weekly cask concoctions give our brewing team the chance to add a personal touch to our draft offerings.

Vinyl Night at Alewerks, Tuesdays
Join us each and every Tuesday night for Vinyl Night in the Taproom. Bring your own records, or listen to ours, either way it’s sweet vinyl spinning on the turntable. FoodaTude..Food with Attitude will be here too! Retro tunes, good food, and craft beer.

Trivia Night at Alewerks, Wednesdays
Wednesday night means the Taproom is the place to be for this battle of the brains. Bring your friends (or your enemies) and prove just how smart you really are. It’s an entertaining evening with great craft beer, and a thoroughly irreverent take on trivia. We’ll have food trucks here too with an ever-changing menu of delicious options.

The Comedy Club of Williamsburg, Saturdays through February 24
The Comedy Club of Williamsburg invites you to join us for a wonderful evening of fun and laughter. This is your chance to see nationally touring comedians many of whom who have appeared on shows such as Comedy Central, Last Comic Standing, and HBO, David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon! Many of our comedians are Headliners on major stages in New York City, Las Vegas, and on the Cruise Lines! At the DoubleTree Hotel.

Riverwalk Restaurant’s Sunday Brunch Buffet, Sundays
Join us Sundays at Riverwalk Restaurant overlooking the York River as Chef Brian Hines at the helm creating a savory menu using fresh, local seafood, natural meats, and more.


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