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Williamsburg Events: May 30 – June 4, 2017

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Food & Wine Festival at Busch Gardens
Weekends, May 26 – June 2
A tasty adventure awaits culinary explorers at Busch Gardens® Food & Wine Festival. Busch Gardens invites guests to unleash their inner foodie with a variety of dishes and wines not normally served at the park.

Historic Trades Fair
June 3-4
Blacksmiths, potters, turners, carvers, spinners and more gather at Jamestown Settlement, a living-history museum of 17th-century Virginia, to showcase historical trades and sell crafts and wares.

The Williamsburg Charity Concert Series Presents Code Blue
June 3
Code Blue is a high energy bluegrass band playing everything from traditional bluegrass music to doing their own arrangements their way.  Code Blue puts in the hard work and individual experience to provide the best sound so they can please every age group.  Sponsored by the James City County Rotary Club.

Soul on a String (film)
Through June 1 (select dates)
After discovering a sacred stone in the mouth of a deer he just killed, Taibei, a young lonesome Tibetan cowboy, embarks on a long and difficult mission: to bring it back to the holy mountain of Buddha’s handprint. His journey turns sour as an obstinate woman, Joan, and a psychic yet dumb elf, Pu, soon decide to join him. Not to mention the two violent brothers on his tale, who are on a revenge quest.  Shot in some of the most spectacular landscapes on earth, an epic, magical, and visually stunning tale of karmic returns, hate and love, and the eternal power of timeless stories.  Tibetan w/ subtitles. At the Kimball Theatre.

Water|Ways at the Virginia Living Museum
May 27 – June 9
The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities (VFH), in cooperation with the Virginia Association of Museums (VAM) is bringing the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit, Water|Ways, to make a splash at the Virginia Living. The Water|Ways exhibit will consist of engaging panels and kiosks where guests will be able to learn about the five major concepts: Introduction, Source, Flow, Quench, and Water is Eternal?

 

Live Music at Yorktown Pub
Saturdays through July 1

Enjoy your evenings at the Yorktown Pub with live music and great food throughout the month. See website for a schedule.

The Fifes and Drums of York Town
Sundays through June 25
At both the Yorktown Battlefield Visitor Center (included with admission), the Yorktown waterfront, and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown (included with admission). See website for schedule.

Tales from the Road and Folk Art
June 3
Antiques appraiser, Ken Farmer will discuss his experiences on PBS’s Antiques Roadshow as a folk art expert.  How did the popular television show get its start, and what have been some of the highlights? Throughout his talk Farmer will discuss what folk art is and how perceptions about it are changing as enthusiasts are collecting at every level.

An All-American Tea
June 3
You’re invited to a very special tea with Christiana Campbell! Join Mrs. Campbell in a private dining room for an exclusive blend of tea as you dine on a special menu of muffins, scones, sandwiches, and other treats to share with your favorite doll.

Art Class at On the Hill Gallery
June 4
In this re-purpose and paint a suitcase art event, bring in an old hard-sided small- to medium-size suitcase with two yards of contrasting or complimentary fabric. All levels of painting are welcome.  Some supplies are included. Reservations required.

Past Plantations Tour
June 4
Take a ride through the remains of Taskinas Plantation. Our staff archaeologist has made discoveries of forts, slave quarters, workshops, and relics of the colonial past.

Campfire Social
Saturdays through June 24
Come celebrate summer with a good old fashioned campfire gathering at Chickahominy Riverfront Park! Enjoy s’mores, activities, storytelling and more around the campfire overlooking beautiful Gordon Creek.

Belle (film)
June 3-4
Inspired by the true story of Dido Elizabeth Belle, the illegitimate mixed race daughter of
Admiral Sir John Lindsay who is raised by her aristocratic great-uncle Lord Mansfield and his wife.  After meeting an idealistic young vicar’s son bent on changing society, he and Belle help shape Lord Mansfield’s role as Lord Chief Justice to end slavery in England. At the Kimball Theatre.

Their Finest (film)
Through June 8 (select days)
In 1940 London, as the nation is bowed down by war, the British ministry turns to propaganda films to boost morale at home. Realizing their films could use “a woman’s touch,” the ministry hires Catrin Cole (Gemma Arterton) as a scriptwriter in charge of writing the female dialogue. Although her artist husband looks down on her job, Catrin’s natural flair quickly gets her noticed by cynical, witty lead scriptwriter Buckley (Sam Claflin). As bombs are dropping all around them, the colorful cast and crew work furiously to make a film that will warm the hearts of the nation. At the Kimball Theatre.

O&A Day 2017 at Oceans & Ale
June 3
Oceans & Ale is celebrating seven years in Williamsburg on Saturday, June 3 with O&A Day.  There will be plenty going on when Bell’s Brewery and Founders Brewing Co. come visit Oceans & Ale! There will be red carpet photos, a tasting tent with craft brews and beer infused cocktails, and a special anniversary menu.

Yorktown Market Days
Saturdays through September 30
Featuring over 35 local farmers, producers, vendors, and artists throughout the season, including a variety of homegrown favorites and local art.  Delicious food, exciting entertainment, beautiful and inspiring artwork, and a view beyond compare. Weekly live music entertainment.  Shoppers can enjoy the added bonus of watching local chefs demonstrate the preparation of various dishes on select Saturdays.

‘Stained Glass’ Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall
June
Come and enjoy the ‘Stain Glass’ Exhibit 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 gallery hours.

Book Signing at the Gallery at York Hall
June 4
Come and meet local author, Andy Lightner.  He wrote an entertaining children’s book called “Gavin’s Goggles”.

Auntie M’s American Cottage Art Classes
June 4
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.  Minimum of 4 participants needed.

Member Art Show at On the Hill Gallery
Saturdays through July 3

On the Hill Gallery members will host a “Blue” theme art show.  The gallery will be filled with art media with variations of blues created by members.

Virginia State Basketball Championships – Triple Crown
June 3-4
All Teams Welcome! The Virginia State Championship is open to team from any state.

Drinking History: Jefferson and Ginger Beer
June 2

Join renowned character historian Bill Barker portraying Thomas Jefferson with Georgia Dunn, owner of the British West Indies Trading Company and direct descendent of Thomas Harriott, the first of the British Explorers to record making beer in the New World, as they share the fascinating history of ginger beer and the prominence of this beverage throughout the country’s history.

Sunset Serenade Weekly Live Music
Fridays through September

Join friends on Friday nights in the garden of Colonial Williamsburg’s Chowning’s Tavern for Sunset Serenades, our weekly live music event featuring the best local folk, Americana, blues, and bluegrass bands. Good food, good friends, and colonial-style libations.

Printed, Painted, Stained and Dyed
Thursdays through June 29

Join a curator to learn about printed textiles for fashion and home on this interactive tour. How were printed fashions made in the 18th century? Discover some of the latest fashions for home back then.

Watermen’s Museum Yorktown Music Jamboree
June 2

Come and enjoy us for an evening of music and fun along the beautiful York River.

Free Fishing in Virginia
June 2 – 4

June 2, 3, and 4, 2017 have been designated as Free Fishing Days in Virginia. No fishing license of any kind will be required for rod and reel fishing in freshwater or saltwater, on these days. Plan some time to go fishing and boating; take the family fishing and boating or learn to fish and boat!

Custer’s First Stand: George A. Custer at Williamsburg
May 31
Everyone has heard about General Custer and his “Last Stand” at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876. But have you ever heard of Lt. Custer at the Battle of Williamsburg in 1862? Join with historian Carson Hudson and learn about his surprising activities in and around Williamsburg.

Music the Settlers Knew
May 30
The first permanent English settlement in America was established at Jamestown on 14 May 1607.  Balladeers John Turner and Cliff Williams share tunes on recorders, guitar, pipe and tabor, fiddle and kit that the English inhabitants of Virginia in the first quarter of the 17th century would have been familiar with.

A Grand Medley of Entertainments
Mondays through June 12
Owen Murdock’s Company gamely tries to present an 18th-century traveling variety show, but their misfortunes provide a comedy of errors for the entire family to enjoy. A colonial entertainment so amusing that even Colonel Washington would have laughed!

Backstory
Tuesdays through May 30
Explore the hidden stories behind the objects on display. Discover who made the object, and why–and how it wound up in our collection. Why do some of our artifacts have such unique stories?

Busting Myths!
Tuesdays through May 30
Was the pineapple really the symbol of 18th-century hospitality? Were quilts really used as coded messages for the Underground Railroad? Were people shorter in the 1700s? Learn to discern truth, myth, and reality on this guided tour.

Quilt Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall
Through May 31
Celebrate Spring – Come and see beautiful handmade quilts by local quilters.  In addition to the exhibit the Gallery will have a host of new and beautiful art, jewelry, pottery and much more for sale.

Live Music at Water Street Grille
May 31

Enjoy your evenings with great, live music at the Water Street Grille throughout the month.  Times vary. See website for schedule. For additional details, call 757.369.5644.

Six Mead Sundays
Sundays

Try ALL SIX of our meads, instead of only four. Every Sunday. Mead tastings are always free.


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Williamsburg Events: May 22 – 29, 2017 (Memorial Day Weekend)

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Food & Wine Festival at Busch Gardens
Weekends, May 26 – June 2
A tasty adventure awaits culinary explorers at Busch Gardens® Food & Wine Festival. Busch Gardens invites guests to unleash their inner foodie with a variety of dishes and wines not normally served at the park.

Grand Opening of Revolution Golf and Grille
May 27
Join us at our Grand Opening Event! Revolution Golf and Grille is locally owned and operated and opening their doors Memorial Day weekend. Inside our restaurant you will find five rooms equipped with HiDef Golf Simulator Bays and one private HiDef Golf Simulator room used for private events. That room will also offer private lessons from our local Golf Pro. Our restaurant will provide a full service menu equipped with entrees, salads, wraps and appetizers. We will have 20 taps including local Virginia wines and breweries.

Mead Up
May 26 – 28
Memorial Day Weekend! Unlike breweries and most wineries in Virginia we are unable to sell mead by the glass. The exception is that eight times a year we are able to obtain a special permit which allows us to serve to you by the glass.

Watermen’s Museum Presents Story Tellers
May 22
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.

Canoeing with the Stars
May 26
Get away from the bright lights of the city and spend an evening with us looking at the night sky. For an added touch, we’ll enjoy it from a canoe! Whether you’re an expert on the stars and planets or a novice, you’ll still enjoy this peaceful trip on the creek.

Movies Under the Stars
May 26
Enjoy an outdoor movie under the stars! Bring lawn chairs, blankets and snacks. All ages welcome. Children 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Movie subject to change. Weather permitting. This week: Brave (PG).

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (film)
May 27
Enjoy this on the big screen one last time before it’s locked away in the Disney vaults! A group of unlikely heroes band together on a mission to steal the plans to the Death Star, the Empire’s ultimate weapon of destruction. This key event in the Star Wars timeline brings together ordinary people who choose to do extraordinary things, and in doing so, become part of something greater than themselves. At the Kimball Theatre.

Water|Ways at the Virginia Living Museum
May 27 – June 9
The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities (VFH), in cooperation with the Virginia Association of Museums (VAM) is bringing the Smithsonian Traveling Exhibit, Water|Ways, to make a splash at the Virginia Living. The Water|Ways exhibit will consist of engaging panels and kiosks where guests will be able to learn about the five major concepts: Introduction, Source, Flow, Quench, and Water is Eternal?

New Exhibition Opening at the Mariners’ Museum: Speed and Innovation in the America’s Cup
May 27
The America’s Cup is the world’s premier yachting race, a high-stakes “win-at-all-costs” international sailing competition. Join us as we open our newest exhibition, Speed and Innovation in the America’s Cup, featuring one of Oracle Team USA’s 72-foot catamarans. The exhibition will highlight cutting-edge technologies that allow these yachts to fly at near-highway speeds just above the water’s surface.

Grace Episcopal Church Memorial Day Ceremony
May 29
Grace Church Memorial Day Ceremony, 10 am. Ceremony followed by the playing of “Taps” and replacement of flags “with Honors” of the 83 known veterans. Grace Episcopal Church.

Memorial Day Ceremony at York Hall
May 29
York County Historical Committee Memorial Day Ceremony, 12 pm. Posting of colors, historical re-enactors, guest speaker, and the placing of flowers.

The Fifes and Drums of York Town
May 27 & 29

The Fifes and Drums of York Town, May 29, 11:45 am. Memorial Day Ceremony, York Hall, 301 Main Street.

Paella Cooking Class with Chef Ika
May 25
Back by popular demand! Learn how to make Paella with Chef Ika! Chef Ika is just back from Spain where he picked up some very helpful hints and secrets on how to make the perfect Paella.

The People Who Forged Civilization
May 25
Join master storyteller Shel Browder for myths and stories about the men and women who forged the tools of war and peace, creating civilizations out of sweat and fire. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition From Forge and Furnace: A Celebration of Early American Iron.

Karaoke in the Park
May 27
Sing the night away while enjoying the park! All ages welcome. 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Weather permitting. At Chickahominy Riverfront Park.

Night Hike at York River State Park
May 27
What roams the woods after dark?  Take a ranger guided tour with us to experience the sights and sounds after sundown.  Enjoy the cooler temperatures with the sounds of raccoons, owls, and other creatures.

Johnny has Gone for a Soldier
May 27
Ever since men, and the occasional woman, have headed off to war, songs have been sung about the experience. Join Lynn and Barry Trott to explore songs of the soldier’s life and the life of those on the home front, from the 17th century through the Napoleonic wars. The songs and the stories will take you from Flanders to Valley Forge to Waterloo, mixing humor, romance, and sorrow.

Soul on a String (film)
Through June 1 (select dates)
After discovering a sacred stone in the mouth of a deer he just killed, Taibei, a young lonesome Tibetan cowboy, embarks on a long and difficult mission: to bring it back to the holy mountain of Buddha’s handprint. His journey turns sour as an obstinate woman, Joan, and a psychic yet dumb elf, Pu, soon decide to join him. Not to mention the two violent brothers on his tale, who are on a revenge quest.  Shot in some of the most spectacular landscapes on earth, an epic, magical, and visually stunning tale of karmic returns, hate and love, and the eternal power of timeless stories.  Tibetan w/ subtitles. At the Kimball Theatre.

Rag, Tag and Bobtail: Women Belonging to the Army
May 27
The war for American Independence rages on! Join two women belonging to the army as they discuss loyalty to their country, their duty to their family, and what they are willing to sacrifice for everything they hold dear.

Memorial Day Williamsburg Invitational Soccer Tournament
May 27 – 28
The Tidewater Sharks and WISC are proud to present the 3rd Annual Williamsburg Invitational to be held on Memorial Day weekend (May 27,28, 2017) in Williamsburg, Virginia. The event boasts top class fields, a state of the art indoor center​ to include a coaches game, a club social and great competition for all teams attending!

Friday Night Flights at Charly’s Airport Restaurant
Fridays through May 26
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.

Yorktown Market Days
Saturdays through September 30
A favorite event, Yorktown Market Days located on the Yorktown waterfront operates weekly. Featuring over 35 local farmers, producers, vendors, and artists throughout the season, including a variety of homegrown favorites and local art.

Friday Night Flights at Charly’s Airport Restaurant
Fridays through May 26
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.

Suping Sisters
Mondays
SUPing Sisters is for ladies only! Sorry fellas!! We will meet every Monday at 6:00pm and paddle together for an hour and a half. Each week will be a different place to paddle and explore. This is a great way to work on your paddling technique and also to enjoy some company while paddling. At Chickahominy Riverfront Park.

Their Finest (film)
Through June 8 (select days)
In 1940 London, as the nation is bowed down by war, the British ministry turns to propaganda films to boost morale at home. Realizing their films could use “a woman’s touch,” the ministry hires Catrin Cole (Gemma Arterton) as a scriptwriter in charge of writing the female dialogue. Although her artist husband looks down on her job, Catrin’s natural flair quickly gets her noticed by cynical, witty lead scriptwriter Buckley (Sam Claflin). As bombs are dropping all around them, the colorful cast and crew work furiously to make a film that will warm the hearts of the nation. At the Kimball Theatre

Fossil Frenzy at York River State Park
May 27
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. Early whales, porpoises, sharks, clams, scallops, and snails all left traces of their existence which we now find as fossils. Join us in discovering relics of these very old creatures as we hike to a fossil beach.

Busting Myths!
Tuesdays through May 30
Was the pineapple really the symbol of 18th-century hospitality? Were quilts really used as coded messages for the Underground Railroad? Were people shorter in the 1700s? Learn to discern truth, myth, and reality on this guided tour.

Quiltmakers
Mondays through May 29
Explore quilts from the 18th, 19th & 20th centuries, while learning about the lives of quilters Amelia Lauke, Anna Jane Parker, Rita Mae Pettway, and others.

Quilt Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall
Through May 31
Celebrate Spring – Come and see beautiful handmade quilts by local quilters.  In addition to the exhibit the Gallery will have a host of new and beautiful art, jewelry, pottery and much more for sale.

Six Mead Sundays
Sundays

Try ALL SIX of our meads, instead of only four. Every Sunday. Mead tastings are always free.

Backstory
Tuesdays through May 30
Explore the hidden stories behind the objects on display. Discover who made the object, and why–and how it wound up in our collection. Why do some of our artifacts have such unique stories?

Watermen’s Museum Yorktown Music Jamboree
Fridays through May 26
Come and enjoy us for an evening of music and fun along the beautiful York River.

Behind Closed Drawers
Through May 26
Drop in to get a close look at “Printed Fashions.” Then, peer into the textile study drawers to examine additional clothing and needlework from our collections. See a side of fashion others might miss.

Live Music at Yorktown Pub
Fridays & Saturdays through May 27
Enjoy your evenings at the Yorktown Pub with live music and great food throughout the month. See website for schedule. Full pub menu including fresh seafood. Live entertainment on weekends. Lunch and dinner overlooking the York River.

Middle School Art Show at On the Hill Gallery
Saturdays through May 28
Celebrating our annual York County Middle School Art Show, May 7 – 28th at On the Hill Gallery. The work will be hung and displayed the same as in a professional gallery.

A Grand Medley of Entertainments
Mondays through June 12
Owen Murdock’s Company gamely tries to present an 18th-century traveling variety show, but their misfortunes provide a comedy of errors for the entire family to enjoy. A colonial entertainment so amusing that even Colonel Washington would have laughed!


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Williamsburg Events: May 15 – 21, 2017

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LPGA Kingsmill Championship
May 15 – 21
Cheer on the world’s best women golfers at the next Kingsmill Championship. The Kingsmill Championship will be contested on the River Course at Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, VA. Kingsmill is a proven venue that has stood the test of time, having hosted over 30 professional golf events.

Jazz on the James
May 19
Enjoy live jazz that swings with local band Good Shot Judy, craft beer and fine wine, and local food trucks – Offbeat Eats by Two Drummers, FoodaTude…Food with Attitude, and Sinful Treats – all against the stunning vista of the James River at Jamestown Settlement.

Culturefix Presents Honky Tonk Heroes a Classic Country Tribute
May 20
Featuring: Blended Outlaw, from Virginia Beach (with Williamsburg’s own Scott Kale and special guest David Waltrip), Molly Payne & The Mistakes (Richmond, VA) & Curtis Brown (of the Michael Clark Band) & Ben Phelps.

La Tienda Oyster Fiesta
May 18
Come celebrate the opening of our new patio with fresh oysters, live music and tasty tapas! Get a taste of what Williamsburg is talking about – La Tienda’s amazing food from Spain, plus great wines and sangria.

Craft Beer Week Tastings
May 15 – 21
Join us for a celebration of Craft Beer Week! We will be celebrating with free tastings at Hair of the DoG Bottle Shop throughout the week.

National Theatre Live: Who’s Araid of Virginia Woolf?
May 18
Sonia Friedman Productions present Imelda Staunton (Harry Potter films), Conleth Hill (Game Of Thrones, The Producers), Luke Treadaway (A Street Cat Named Bob, The Hollow Crown) and Imogen Poots (A Long Way Down, Jane Eyre) in James Macdonald’s critically acclaimed, 5 star production of Edward Albee’s landmark play, broadcast live to cinemas from the Harold Pinter Theatre, London.

Bridles & Bow Ties
May 20
This annual fundraising event which is presented by Riverside Health System includes: tours of the facilities, student spotlights, cocktails, oysters, an elegant seated buffet dinner and a live auction sponsored by TowneBank. The purpose is to share Dream Catchers’ mission and to celebrate the success of our program participants!

Family Fun Fest
May 20
Join James City County Parks & Recreation for the annual Family Fun Fest! The event features Knockerball Hampton Roads, Touch-A-Truck and the Teeny Tiny Farm Petting Zoo. Also enjoy pony rides, inflatable rides, hands-on activities, family entertainment with music and contests too! Grab some lunch provided by our food vendors and visit all of our local craft and business vendors!

100 Years of Glorious Technicolor: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (film)
May 20 & 21
Showgirls Lorelei Lee and Dorothy Shaw travel to Paris, pursued by a private detective hired by the suspicious father of Lorelei’s fiancé, as well as a rich, enamored old man and many other doting admirers. Starring Jane Russell and Marilyn Monroe. At the Kimball Theatre.

The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra’s Fireworks Finale Concert
May 20
The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra wraps up its 33rd season in grand style with Fireworks Finale, a concert featuring guest violinist Elena Urioste. Conducted by Music Director Janna Hymes.

Pedaling the Past – Freedom Park
May 21
Speeding past interpretive signs and wondering at their significance? Hop on your bike or one of ours for a guided tour of local historic sites and tales and tastes immersing you in the past!

Friday Night Flights at Charly’s Airport Restaurant
Fridays through May 26
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.

Suping Sisters
Mondays
SUPing Sisters is for ladies only! Sorry fellas!! We will meet every Monday at 6:00pm and paddle together for an hour and a half. Each week will be a different place to paddle and explore. This is a great way to work on your paddling technique and also to enjoy some company while paddling. At Chickahominy Riverfront Park.

Revtalk: Immigration and National Identity with Ric Burns
May 21
How do we define who can be an American-and what being an American means? The Chinese Exclusion Act, to be released on PBS this year, examines the economic, cultural, social, legal, racial and political dimensions of the law; the forces and events that gave rise to it; and the effect it has had, and continues to have, on American culture and identity.  A partial pre-release screening of this new documentary by film maker Ric Burns will be followed by a REV Talk and post Q&A.

Tim Seaman at the Gallery at York Hall
May 21
Come out to the Gallery at York Hall and enjoy Tim Seaman perform his Hamered Dulcimer.

Watermen’s Museum Swing Dance
May 15
Join us every third Monday of the month for swing dance.  7:30 – 8 PM for instructions and 8 – 10 PM dancing!

GPS Pirates at York River State Park
May 20
A new way to find treasure.  Geocaching makes use of the Global Positioning System to help you find caches of park information and small gifts.  We will supply you with a GPS unit and the ranger will help you hike off of the beaten path for a unique discovery.  Please call for reservations.

Third Sunday Children’s Art Class at On the Hill Gallery
May 21
In this Third Sunday Children’s Art event, we will have a different art medium every month.  Supplies are included.

Fiddle Music from Jamestown to Yorktown
May 16
What kind of music would the Jamestown settlers have enjoyed? What were Virginians listening to at the end of the Revolution? Take a walk through 174 years of music and history with David Gardner. The award-winning fiddler and music historian has an entertaining story to tell on a collection of historically appropriate instruments.

Williamsburg Women’s Chorus Presents The Earth Sings!
May 16
The Williamsburg Women’s Chorus spring concert will feature music about nature and the abundance of our world. Entitled “Earthsongs” after a set of pieces included in the concert that were written by Florida composer David Brunner, the music will open with the classic treble song by Claude Debussy, Salut printemps, Welcome Spring.

Art Class at On the Hill Gallery
May 15
Come learn how to make jewelry with glass domes and cabochons, metal bezels and ephemera. Create charming and vintage necklaces, earrings, bracelets and even magnets.  Supplies are included.

Their Finest (film)
Through June 8 (select days)
In 1940 London, as the nation is bowed down by war, the British ministry turns to propaganda films to boost morale at home. Realizing their films could use “a woman’s touch,” the ministry hires Catrin Cole (Gemma Arterton) as a scriptwriter in charge of writing the female dialogue. Although her artist husband looks down on her job, Catrin’s natural flair quickly gets her noticed by cynical, witty lead scriptwriter Buckley (Sam Claflin). As bombs are dropping all around them, the colorful cast and crew work furiously to make a film that will warm the hearts of the nation. At the Kimball Theatre

Successful Campaign
May 19
Join the Colonial Williamsburg Fifes and Drums for a lively, stirring performance of traditional 18th-century field music! The senior corps will share the stage with a featured guest corps. Meet the talented musicians that make up our Fife and Drum Corps.

Yorktown Market Days
Saturdays through September 30
A favorite event, Yorktown Market Days located on the Yorktown waterfront operates weekly. Featuring over 35 local farmers, producers, vendors, and artists throughout the season, including a variety of homegrown favorites and local art.

Williamsburg Farmers Market
May 20
Over 40 vendors will bring strawberries, asparagus, Spring produce, mushrooms, flowers, artisan chocolate, cheese, meats, honey, baked goods, peanuts and handmade soaps to the Williamsburg Farmers Market. Live music will be performed by LCV Project

From Revolution to Restoration
May 17
What happened in Williamsburg after the Revolution? Discover how the town survived hard times until it was restored to its former glory in the early 20th century. Program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition “Architectural Clues to 18th-century Williamsburg.”

The Mischievous Fey
May 18
It’s springtime and the world awakens after a long winter’s sleep. It’s time for the spring lambs, the flowers to bloom and the mischievous Fey to once again roam the Highlands. Enjoy tales of the Spring Festivals and the Fey as told by Master Storyteller Donna Wolf.

Tyke Hike: Woods and Waters
May 20
Is your two to four year old ready for a hike of their own? Would he or she like to learn the basics about birds? Our friendly neighborhood park ranger will lead families around Woodstock Pond and point out the creatures that live in our woods and waters.

High Fiber Festival
May 20
All natural (75%) fiber festival at Hickory Neck Episcopal Church in Toano. There will be a variety of vendors featuring yarns, quilts and crafts. Demonstrations include spinning, handweaving and weaving along with animals, children’s activities and food.

Wilson (film)
May 3 – 18
A poignant love letter to the people who raise us and the times that form us. Dorothea Fields (Annette Bening), a determined single mother in her mid-50s is raising her adolescent son, Jamie at a moment brimming with cultural change and rebellion.  Dorothea enlists the help of two younger women in Jamie’s upbringing – via Abbie (Greta Gerwig), a free-spirited punk artist and Julie (Elle Fanning), a savvy and provocative teenage neighbor. At the Kimball Theatre.

Busting Myths!
Tuesdays through May 30
Was the pineapple really the symbol of 18th-century hospitality? Were quilts really used as coded messages for the Underground Railroad? Were people shorter in the 1700s? Learn to discern truth, myth, and reality on this guided tour.

Quiltmakers
Mondays through May 29
Explore quilts from the 18th, 19th & 20th centuries, while learning about the lives of quilters Amelia Lauke, Anna Jane Parker, Rita Mae Pettway, and others.

Quilt Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall
Through May 31
Celebrate Spring – Come and see beautiful handmade quilts by local quilters.  In addition to the exhibit the Gallery will have a host of new and beautiful art, jewelry, pottery and much more for sale.

Six Mead Sundays
Sundays

Try ALL SIX of our meads, instead of only four. Every Sunday. Mead tastings are always free.

Backstory
Tuesdays through May 30
Explore the hidden stories behind the objects on display. Discover who made the object, and why–and how it wound up in our collection. Why do some of our artifacts have such unique stories?

Watermen’s Museum Yorktown Music Jamboree
Fridays through May 26
Come and enjoy us for an evening of music and fun along the beautiful York River.

Behind Closed Drawers
Through May 26
Drop in to get a close look at “Printed Fashions.” Then, peer into the textile study drawers to examine additional clothing and needlework from our collections. See a side of fashion others might miss.

Live Music at Yorktown Pub
Fridays & Saturdays through May 27
Enjoy your evenings at the Yorktown Pub with live music and great food throughout the month. See website for schedule. Full pub menu including fresh seafood. Live entertainment on weekends. Lunch and dinner overlooking the York River.

Middle School Art Show at On the Hill Gallery
Saturdays through May 28
Celebrating our annual York County Middle School Art Show, May 7 – 28th at On the Hill Gallery. The work will be hung and displayed the same as in a professional gallery.

A Grand Medley of Entertainments
Mondays through June 12
Owen Murdock’s Company gamely tries to present an 18th-century traveling variety show, but their misfortunes provide a comedy of errors for the entire family to enjoy. A colonial entertainment so amusing that even Colonel Washington would have laughed!

KIDsiderate Concert Series at Busch Gardens
Select Dates in May
Start spring on a high note when some of today’s most popular acts for kids take the stage at Busch Gardens® Williamsburg. This KIDsiderate® concert series will have kids singing and dancing along in the Globe Theatre in England. Schedule: Choo Choo Soul with Genevieve! – May 6; The KIDZ BOP Kids – May 13; Teen Stars Live – May 20 & 21.

For all events visit the Main Calendar (Visit Williamsburg). 


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Williamsburg Events: May 8 – 14, 2017

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Jamestown Day at Historic Jamestowne and Jamestown Settlement
May 13
“Jamestown Day” features Historic Jamestowne’s ongoing archaeological discoveries of the 1607 fort and one of Jamestown Settlement’s ships sailing in the James River. A variety of family-friendly programs on Powhatan and English weaponry, military and maritime demonstrations, and traditional music and entertainment will take place at both sites.

Cap 2 Cap
May 12-13
A ride, not a race, where riders are encouraged to enjoy the scenery. All ages are encouraged to participate, families are also encouraged to attend both days of the event.

Yorktown Market Days Season Hosts Annual Fitness Market!
May 13
Yorktown Market Days and Fitness Market, 8 am to 12 pm – New Year, New You!  Let’s get moving at our Health and Fitness Market, 8 am to 12 p.m.  Not only can you shop the 35 local farmers, producers, artists, and vendors offering a variety of local favorites found at all our Saturday Markets, but at the Fitness Market you can learn to improve your health with fitness classes, healthy cooking demonstrations, free health screenings, and additional healthy living information.

Merchants Square Spring Fling
May 10
Bring your dancing shoes and show your stuff at the Merchants Square Spring Fling. What’s in store? Live jazz from Good Shot Judy, 500 of your closest friends, and a dance floor, right in the center of the Square! Don’t miss our fantastic spring celebration!

Coffee Concert I American String Quartet and Andre-Michel Schub
May 11
Individually, the players of the American String Quartet are each stars in their own right, their resumes studded with orchestral and ensemble performances, competition victories, and accolades; together, they create a sound that has entranced some of the world’s most demanding critics.

Mother’s Day Buffet at Riverwalk Restaurant
May 14
Make Mother’s Day extra special with a brunch buffet and a dinner buffet at Riverwalk Restaurant.

“More of the Best of Broadway”
May 13
Back Again! Rob BonGiovanni and his Sound Investment, featuring Pam Wineapple (Williamsburg’s Broadway Pro) are back again with “More of The Best of Broadway”. Showcasing the famous Broadway Shows from “The Great White Way” that made it to Hollywood to  the Silver Screen. At the Kimball Theatre.

KIDsiderate Concert Series at Busch Gardens
Select Dates in May
Start spring on a high note when some of today’s most popular acts for kids take the stage at Busch Gardens® Williamsburg. This KIDsiderate® concert series will have kids singing and dancing along in the Globe Theatre in England. Schedule: Choo Choo Soul with Genevieve! – May 6; The KIDZ BOP Kids – May 13; Teen Stars Live – May 20 & 21.

National Theatre Live: Obsession
May 11
Jude Law (The Young Pope, Closer, The Talented Mr Ripley) stars in the stage production of Obsession, broadcast live from the Barbican Theatre in London. Ivo van Hove directs this new stage adaptation of Luchino Visconti’s 1943 film. At the Kimball Theatre.

A Grand Medley of Entertainments
Mondays through June 12
Owen Murdock’s Company gamely tries to present an 18th-century traveling variety show, but their misfortunes provide a comedy of errors for the entire family to enjoy. A colonial entertainment so amusing that even Colonel Washington would have laughed!

An Afternoon of Hammered Dulcimer Music with Timothy Seaman
May 13
Local hammered dulcimer virtuoso Timothy Seaman will be here playing familiar music as well as his own. Tim is known throughout the area for his lively performances and his compelling music! Tim will have all of his CD’s available for sale and autographing!

Friday Night Flights at Charly’s Airport Restaurant
Fridays through May 26
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.

Fossil Frenzy at York River State Park
May 13
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. Early whales, porpoises, sharks, clams, scallops, and snails all left traces of their existence which we now find as fossils. Join us in discovering relics of these very old creatures as we hike to a fossil beach.

Mother’s Day Surf & Turf
May 14
Treat mom to a day on the water and fossil hunting. This ranger guided program takes our guests on a canoe/kayak trip on Taskinas Creek and the York River to Fossil beach to search for relics of the prehistoric era. Mom paddles for free with paid guest.

Drum to the Beat
May 9
Come experience the fun of drumming in a group. For centuries, communities around the world have strengthened unity and friendship through rhythm. Join Drum Major Lance Pedigo for this unique experience for all ages and abilities.

Venus Tells It All
May 11
Meet Venus, a most inspiring comical, singing 18th-century storyteller that will leave you in stitches as she tells thought provoking stories derived from her life about living, relationships and yo momma! Fun for the young and young at heart! Audience participation is a requirement!

Middle School Art Show at On the Hill Gallery
Saturdays through May 28
Celebrating our annual York County Middle School Art Show, May 7 – 28th at On the Hill Gallery. The work will be hung and displayed the same as in a professional gallery.

Revolutionary Dissent
May 10
Stephen Solomon discusses his recent book: “Revolutionary Dissent: How the Founding Generation Created Freedom of Speech.” Before the Revolution colonists were restricted from openly discussing politics (and Independence) by English Common Law.  Events leading to the Declaration of independence and the ratification of the Constitution lead to freedom of speech in our new Republic.  A book-signing will follow.

Live Music at Yorktown Pub
Fridays & Saturdays through May 27
Enjoy your evenings at the Yorktown Pub with live music and great food throughout the month. See website for schedule. Full pub menu including fresh seafood. Live entertainment on weekends. Lunch and dinner overlooking the York River.

Watermen’s Museum Yorktown Music Jamboree
Fridays through May 26
Come and enjoy us for an evening of music and fun along the beautiful York River.

Behind Closed Drawers
May 5 – 26
Drop in to get a close look at “Printed Fashions.” Then, peer into the textile study drawers to examine additional clothing and needlework from our collections. See a side of fashion others might miss.

Franz (film)
May 3 – 11
A film by Francois Ozon.  In the aftermath of WWI, a young German who grieves the death of her fiancé in France meets a mysterious Frenchman who visits the fiancé’s grave to lay flowers.  French/German with subtitles. At the Kimball Theatre.

Wilson (film)
May 3 – 18
A poignant love letter to the people who raise us and the times that form us. Dorothea Fields (Annette Bening), a determined single mother in her mid-50s is raising her adolescent son, Jamie at a moment brimming with cultural change and rebellion.  Dorothea enlists the help of two younger women in Jamie’s upbringing – via Abbie (Greta Gerwig), a free-spirited punk artist and Julie (Elle Fanning), a savvy and provocative teenage neighbor. At the Kimball Theatre.

Busting Myths!
Tuesdays through May 30
Was the pineapple really the symbol of 18th-century hospitality? Were quilts really used as coded messages for the Underground Railroad? Were people shorter in the 1700s? Learn to discern truth, myth, and reality on this guided tour.

Quiltmakers
Mondays through May 29
Explore quilts from the 18th, 19th & 20th centuries, while learning about the lives of quilters Amelia Lauke, Anna Jane Parker, Rita Mae Pettway, and others.

Quilt Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall
Through May 31
Celebrate Spring – Come and see beautiful handmade quilts by local quilters.  In addition to the exhibit the Gallery will have a host of new and beautiful art, jewelry, pottery and much more for sale.

Six Mead Sundays
Sundays

Try ALL SIX of our meads, instead of only four. Every Sunday. Mead tastings are always free.

Backstory
Tuesdays through May 30
Explore the hidden stories behind the objects on display. Discover who made the object, and why–and how it wound up in our collection. Why do some of our artifacts have such unique stories?

2nd Sundays
May 14
On the second Sunday of every month from 11a to 5p, March to December, you can stroll the streets of Colonial Williamsburg and take in unique arts, handcrafts and live music in a fun and family friendly atmosphere.

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Williamsburg Events: May 1 – 7, 2017

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Bluegrass, Beer and Barbecue in the ‘Burg Festival
May 7
The Muscarelle Museum of Art invites you to the third annual Bluegrass, Beer and Barbecue in the ‘Burg! The event will feature five kinds of BBQ and over twenty-five sauces prepared on site by Craig Reeves of The Catering Company, contemporary Bluegrass, and a selection of craft beer from The Virginia Beer Company!

Yorktown’s Annual “Blues, Brews & BBW” Festival”
May 6
Join us for Yorktown’s fourth annual Blues, Brews & BBQ, a festival on the river. Enjoy down-home blues musicians, incredible micro brews, amazing BBQ and other gourmet foods for purchase.

KIDsiderate Concert Series at Busch Gardens
Select Dates in May
Start spring on a high note when some of today’s most popular acts for kids take the stage at Busch Gardens® Williamsburg. This KIDsiderate® concert series will have kids singing and dancing along in the Globe Theatre in England. Schedule: Choo Choo Soul with Genevieve! – May 6; The KIDZ BOP Kids – May 13; Teen Stars Live – May 20 & 21.

Yorktown Garden Stroll
May 6
As you stroll the Yorktown village streets to visit 10 private gardens, music from the Fifes & Drums of York Town will help you imagine Yorktown as it once was – a thriving tobacco port that witnessed the last battle of the American Revolution.

Yorktown’s Art at the River Juried Art Show
May 7
Artwork by over 50 talented artists at the fourth annual juried art show on the beautiful Yorktown waterfront. Painters, sculptors, potters, jewelers, and many other innovative and creative artists.

7th Annual Wine & Run for the Roses
May 6
Laugh! Libate! Lift your paddle for a great cause! Don’t miss the premier social event in Williamsburg! The Muscarelle Museum of Art Foundation presents the 6th Annual Wine & Rune for the Roses Auction on Derby Day.

A Celebration of May: An Immersive Palace Garden Party
May 5
Take time to go back to an 18th-century Palace Garden Party “of the mind and the heart.” Thomas Jefferson, the last governor to reside at the Palace, opens the gates and invites residents of the colonial community-both gentry and tradespeople alike-to a fun-filled May celebration on the Palace grounds.

Pedal the Parkway
May 6
Enjoy the 20th Annual Pedal the Parkway on Saturday, May 6 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. Cycle, run or hike along the shores of the scenic James River from Jamestown to Williamsburg, or vice versa. This event is FREE and will be held rain or shine. All participants must register and all cyclists must wear helmets.

Carrot Tree Kitchens International Dinner Nights: Germany
May 3
Join Carrot Tree Kitchens for their International Dinner Nights! Let Carrot Tree take you on a trip around the world without ever getting up from the dinner table! The Wednesday, April 12 dinner will highlight Greece.

Triangle Arts & Culture League Art & Garden
May 5-6
TACL-VA.org art&garden is a two day celebration for art and garden lovers. Talks by landscape designers, southern lifestyle writers, horticulture experts, flower designers and artists Proceeds benefit the public art projects of the Triangle Arts and Culture League, Inc. a 501 c 3 non-profit.

Burning of the Socks: Canoe & Kayak Season Kick Off
May 6
Celebrate the 2017 canoe and kayak season with a Chesapeake Bay sailing tradition.  Bring a new pair of socks to donate to a local charity.   Take off your socks and burn them with the rangers. Then join us for a guided trip into Taskinas Creek and the York River.

Proclamation Bicycle Ride
May 4
Ride begins at 8:15 a.m. from Jamestown Beach Event Park. Each year the Governor proclaims May is “Bike Month” in Virginia. Join us in Richmond at the Capitol to collect the writ. From there, ride back to James City County where the proclamation will be presented to our local governments officials. Shuttle service provided to Richmond; bikes will be blanketed and transported via box truck.

Pedaling the Past – Jamestown
May 7
Speeding past interpretive signs and wondering at their significance? Hop on your bike or one of ours for a guided tour of local historic sites and tales and tastes immersing you in the past! Helmets, water and snack included.

Free Comic Book Day!
May 6
Celebrate Free Comic Book Day at Comic Cubicle where you can pick up a free comic book and look around at their large variety of comic books, comic book supplies and much more!

The Williamsburg Choral Guild Presents From Broadway to Stage & Screen
May 6 & 7
Your toes will be tapping and your heartstrings will be pulled in this concert full of fun! Enjoy popular Broadway, stage and screen selections, including works by Lerner & Loewe, Bernstein & Sondheim, Gershwin, Lehár, Harburg & Lane and others.

John Blair Mountain Bike Ride
May 6
Take a ride on the 12 mile John Blair Mountain Bike Trail at York River State Park. The Eastern Virginia Mountain Bike Association (EVMA) will lead trips led according to skill level.

Hazel Camp at the Gallery at York Hall
May 6
Come out to the Gallery at York Hall and see the watercolor exhibit and demo by local artist Hazel Camp.

York County High School Student Art Exhibit
May 7
A special exhibit of selected artwork by high school students from York, Tabb, Grafton and Bruton High Schools.

Past Plantations Tour
May 6
Take a ride through the remains of Taskinas Plantation. Our staff archaeologist has made discoveries of forts, slave quarters, workshops, and relics of the colonial past.

Mother’s Day Expo at Williamsburg Premium Outlets
May 6-7
Shop a variety of specialty retailers and vendors at the Mother’s Day Expo at Williamsburg Premium Outlets on May 6 and 7. Discover the perfect gift for Mom with this weekend long celebration filled with in-store activation’s, beauty demos, a vendor expo and much more!

Rally ‘Round the Banjo: A Civil War Soldier’s Playlist
May 4

When the Civil War began, Northern and Southern soldiers didn’t have iPods or boom boxes to bring to camp, but they did have musical instruments and their favorite music. Join historian and musician Carson Hudson as he explores the “playlists” of the 1860s.

Dream Logic/A Life with No Limits
May 6
A Life With No Limits is inspired by the life and work of astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and is created in the company’s signature style blending dance, theatre, and acrobatics.  Composer, Sophia Serghi, created original music for the work.  At the Kimball Theatre.

Colonial Williamsburg Employee Arts & Crafts Show
May 6 -7
Colonial Williamsburg employees, volunteers and retirees combine to present and sell handmade gifts. Luxuriant jams and handmade paintings are only a portion of the fabulous items available for personal enjoyment or as a special gift for that certain someone.

Art Adventures for Autism
May 6
Families with children on the autism spectrum are invited to explore folk art and decorative arts at the Art Museums. This sensory friendly event will allow kids with ASD to enjoy the galleries in their own way. Special tours, hands-on activities and crafts will be available. Space is limited and reservations are required.

David Mitchell at the Gallery at York Hall
May 5 – 7
Featuring local photographer, David Mitchell, and view his beautiful photographs.

Mysterious Moonlight Canoe Tour
May 6
There is no better way to enjoy the full moon than from a canoe on the beautiful Taskinas Creek. We’ll enjoy the sights and sounds of the marsh at night as we paddle slowly up the placid creek.

Live Music at Yorktown Pub
Fridays & Saturdays through May 27
Enjoy your evenings at the Yorktown Pub with live music and great food throughout the month. See website for schedule. Full pub menu including fresh seafood. Live entertainment on weekends. Lunch and dinner overlooking the York River.

Watermen’s Museum Yorktown Music Jamboree
Friday May 5 – 26
Come and enjoy us for an evening of music and fun along the beautiful York River.

Behind Closed Drawers
May 5 – 26
Drop in to get a close look at “Printed Fashions.” Then, peer into the textile study drawers to examine additional clothing and needlework from our collections. See a side of fashion others might miss.

Franz (film)
May 3 – 11
A film by Francois Ozon.  In the aftermath of WWI, a young German who grieves the death of her fiancé in France meets a mysterious Frenchman who visits the fiancé’s grave to lay flowers.  French/German with subtitles. At the Kimball Theatre. 

Wilson (film)
May 3 – 18
A poignant love letter to the people who raise us and the times that form us. Dorothea Fields (Annette Bening), a determined single mother in her mid-50s is raising her adolescent son, Jamie at a moment brimming with cultural change and rebellion.  Dorothea enlists the help of two younger women in Jamie’s upbringing – via Abbie (Greta Gerwig), a free-spirited punk artist and Julie (Elle Fanning), a savvy and provocative teenage neighbor. At the Kimball Theatre.

Magical Strings: Harps and Dulcimers Migrate From Europe to America
May 2
Instruments with many strings have ancient origins and have evolved through various cultures, traveling with early settlers to America’s shores.  Philip and Pam Boulding, composers, instrument builders and teachers, share lively traditional arrangements of Celtic music and soulful compositions, augmented by stories of their world travels and the instruments they play and build.

Backstory
Tuesdays through May 30
Explore the hidden stories behind the objects on display. Discover who made the object, and why–and how it wound up in our collection. Why do some of our artifacts have such unique stories.

Quilt Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall
Through May 31
Celebrate Spring – Come and see beautiful handmade quilts by local quilters.  In addition to the exhibit the Gallery will have a host of new and beautiful art, jewelry, pottery and much more for sale.

Six Mead Sundays
Sundays

Try ALL SIX of our meads, instead of only four. Every Sunday. Mead tastings are always free.

Show at On the Hill Gallery
April 8 – May 6 (Saturdays)
Join us for a reception held April 8 for artist, Mike Kravchak titled “Portraits of the Bay” from 6 to 8 pm.   The show will be in the Gallery from April 8 thru May 6. Mike works in watercolor, and his subject matter reflects the Chesapeake Bay, its working boats and watery landscapes.

Busting Myths!
Tuesdays through May 30
Was the pineapple really the symbol of 18th-century hospitality? Were quilts really used as coded messages for the Underground Railroad? Were people shorter in the 1700s? Learn to discern truth, myth, and reality on this guided tour.

Quiltmakers
Mondays through Mary 29
Explore quilts from the 18th, 19th & 20th centuries, while learning about the lives of quilters Amelia Lauke, Anna Jane Parker, Rita Mae Pettway, and others.

For all events visit the Main Calendar (Visit Williamsburg). 


To add your event to the Williamsburg Weekends and main event calendars, you must register for an account.