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Williamsburg Events: May 14 – 20, 2018

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LPGA Kingsmill Championship, May 14 – 20
Cheer on the world’s best women golfers at the next Kingsmill Championship, May 14-20, 2018.  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.

Arcade Hero: ACBW Video Game Night, May 17
Celebrate American Craft Beer Week by kicking it old school at the brewery! We’re setting up a collection of classic consoles for a night of video games at the brewery. We’ll have multiple stations set up with TV’s provided by The Catering Company and one big ol’ projector screen on loan from DJ Kudlz.

Putting for Patriots, Through May 28
“Putting for Patriots” Pirate’s Cove Adventure Golf, in Williamsburg, VA, will host the Twelfth Annual Putting for Patriots fundraiser from Friday, May 11 through Monday, May 28.

Release Party at Water Street Grille, May 16
An intimate place big on flavor and personality, and a Yorktown must-do, offering 20 micro brews and a delicious tapas menu. Your evening will feature a showcase of limited released beers from Heavy Seas Brewing.

Roaming Ranger at York River State Park, May 20 – June 10
You never know when a ranger will walk up to you, in the park, with a wild “critter”!  You will learn fascinating facts about the animal and may be able to touch or even hold the “friend”.

Virginia Leads with Way: Independence Day 1776, May 19
Help commemorate Virginia’s vote for independence which took place on May 15, 1776-just down the road in the colonial capital of Williamsburg. At York Hall in Yorktown.

Gilded Splinters/Alison Stinely, Through June 23
ALISON STINELY’S GILDED SPLINTERS In “Gilded Splinters,” 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.

Destination: Dinosaur!, May 5 – 19
Roaring, stomping animatronic dinosaurs are back!  Journey back millions of years to the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods as you visit the Museum’s changing exhibit gallery and throughout the Museum grounds and experience life-like dinosaurs around every turn. At the Virginia Living Museum.

High Fiber Festival, May 19
All natural (75%) fiber festival at Hickory Neck Episcopal Church in Toano. There will be a variety of vendors featuring yarns, quilts and crafts. Fiber animals and plants will be present. Demonstrations include spinning, handweaving and weaving. There will be hands-on crafts, a children’s tent, quilt raffle and more!

Answering American’s Call – Exhibition Opening Day Celebration at the Mariners’ Museum, May 19
Answering America’s Call: Newport News in World War I, opening May 19, chronicles the transformation of Newport News as a result of the war. Visitors can learn how Newports News supported war efforts with the Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company by viewing first-hand journals, letters, photographs and more.

Rain Barrel Workshop, May 19
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.

Second 2018 Members’ Co-Op Show, Through June 8
The Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center’s second 2018 Members Co-op Show opened on May 1 and is now underway through June 8. Featuring bodies of work of member artists and artisans, the show offers lots to see and take in – a variety of mediums and styles in the main and middle galleries.

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.

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

Live Music at Yorktown Pub, Fridays & Saturdays
Enjoy your evenings at the Yorktown Pub with live music and great food throughout the month. See website for schedule.

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.

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 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: 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: October 30 – November 5, 2017

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Chowderfest presented by CultureFixVA, November 3
Going into its sixth year, this extremely popular culinary event that draws over 600 guests annually, will return on Friday, November 3, 2017 kicking off The Big Bluesy Festival Weekend! Back by popular demand – featuring live music by BJ Griffin and the Galaxy Groove.

Haunting on DOG Street, October 15-31
Join us from October 15 through October 31 as we celebrate the Halloween season with new evening programs, ghost tours, spooky carriage rides, museum talks, and special events.

Monsters, Mayhem, and Musick, October 17, 24 & 31
As Halloween approaches and the ghosts of Colonial Williamsburg begin to prowl, immerse yourself in a musical realm of strangeness and sorcery.

The Big Bluesy Weekend Presented by CultureFixVA, November 4 & 5
We are thrilled to announce the return of The Big Bluesy to Williamsburg, Virginia on Saturday, November 4th. This will be part of a larger event weekend this year, kicking off with ChowderFest on Friday night, November 3rd and finishing off with a ‘Bluesgrass’ Festival’ on Sunday, November 5th!

Virginia Thanksgiving Festival at Berkeley Plantation, November 5
Celebrate the First Thanksgiving in the New World Join us for a day dedicated to history, food and fun with tours of the 1726 manor house, a living history program, tribal dancers, arts, crafts & jewelry vendors, choral music, traditional Thanksgiving dinner and a re-enactment of the Landing of Capt. Woodlief & his men.

Jack of the Lanterns, October 27-31
In the eighteenth century, the haunted tale of Jack of the Lanterns (and the origin of our Jack O’Lantern) brought a tingle to the spines of young and old alike.

Nevermore!, October 31
The poetic world of Edgar Allan Poe is paired with historic music sure to send shivers down your spine! Gabe Stone, Barry Trott, David Gardner, and Jan Tilley present Poe’s works and period music in this show for all ages.

Historic Jamestowne Celebrates American Indian Month!, November 4
Native American Material Culture Tour: Join this special hour-long archaeology walking tour focused on the presence of native peoples in James Fort during the first few years of the settlement. Native Lifeways of the Chesapeake: Meet Dan Firehawk Abbott of the Nanticoke people of Maryland’s Eastern Shore to learn about the lifeways of the Tidewater Algonquians and their interactions with the settlers of Jamestown. A New Life in the New World: Learn first-hand about the trials of the first English settlers and their encounters with the native peoples of the Chesapeake.

York County Vintage Marketplace, November 4
If you enjoy restored furniture, shopping for vintage clothing and jewelry, or filling your home with one-of-a-kind handcrafted pieces-you don’t want to miss this special event!

Fall Photography Nature Walk on the Noland Trail, November 4
Take a walk on the Noland Trail with members of the James River Camera Club, and pick up some tips on how to take great photos of Lake Maury and the changing leaves on the trees in the park.

Quiltmakers, Tuesdays through October 31
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.

Forest Explorers Walk & Talk, November 4
Join Freedom Park on the first Saturday of every month for a nature program and guided walk on the 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!

York County Hosts Lafayette Exhibit, Through October 30 (see website for schedule)
York County is hosting one of three exhibits to honor the Marquis de Lafayette. The Marquis de Lafayette was one of the heroes of the American Revolution and was with Washington here in Yorktown at the surrender of Cornwallis.

Civil War Lecture Series: It’s Science!, November 4
During this lecture you’ll learn about the many ways conservators use analytical tools and scientific methods to answer specific questions about artifacts, ultimately enabling their preservation for future generations. At the Mariners’ Museum.

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.

Holiday Open House at On the Hill Gallery, November 4
On the Hill Gallery’s is excited about our festive Holiday Open House.  We will be showing off our locally hand-made items such as ornaments, holiday decorations, stocking stuffers, and unique presents for your gifting enjoyment.

Yorktown Market Days, Saturdays through October
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.

Williamsburg Farmers Market, November 4
Over 40 vendors will bring meats, produce, mushrooms, flowers, artisan chocolate, cheese, honey, baked goods, peanuts and handmade soaps to the Williamsburg Farmers Market.

Williamsburg Before and After Tour, Thursdays through November 2
For 81 years, Williamsburg served as the seat of Virginia government. But what happened after the capital moved to Richmond? For more than two centuries, Williamsburg was a sleepy, small town. Using images and personal stories, explore the booms, busts, and eventual restoration of this unique community.

20th Annual Fall Colors – Disc Golf Tournament, November 3-5
Williamsburg and Newport News will be hosing the 20th Annual Fall Colors Disc Golf Tournament on the weekend of November 3rd-5th at New Quarter Park, Newport News Disc Golf Course and Waller Mill Park.

Spanish Wine and Tapas Tasting, Saturdays
Drop by this Saturday, from 1-4 PM, as we offer a free tasting of Spanish wines paired with authentic Spanish bites! Join us on a tour of Spain’s wine regions and grapes and discover a new favorite from La Rioja, Ribeiro del Duero or a Cava or Sherry.

Watermen’s Museum Yorktown Music Jamboree, November 3
Come and enjoy us first Fridays for an evening of music and fun along the beautiful York River.

East Meets Midwest II: A New Figuration, Through November 10
East Meets Midwest II: A New Figuration is a show organized from eastern painters referred to as the East Coast Group and painters from the collective called the Midwest Paint Group.

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.

Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center Inaugural Juried Show, Select Dates through November 9
The Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center’s inaugural regional juried show is open to the public through Nov. 9. Gulay Berryman, owner of the award-winning Williamsburg Art Gallery, judged the show-which includes 81 pieces from 59 local and regional artists-and presented cash awards to the winners at the artists’ reception preceding the exhibit’s opening.

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.


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Williamsburg Events: October 10 – 15, 2017

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Yorktown Victory Weekend Celebration at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown and Yorktown Battlefield, October 14 -15
Hands-on military experiences, artillery firings and a preview of the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown with the debut of the new introductory film and exhibition galleries. Yorktown Battlefield.  Artillery programs by British and American re-enactment units and special park ranger guided tours and programs at the Battlefield.

Haunting on DOG Street, October 15-31
Join us from October 15 through October 31 as we celebrate the Halloween season with new evening programs, ghost tours, spooky carriage rides, museum talks, and special events.

Oktoberfest, October 12
Join us for a fun evening of rides, games, prizes, food & drink, a new Night Beats show and new this year – a Themed Maze! Bring your friends, bring your co-workers, network and have fun as we celebrate Oktoberfest in the Germany area of the world’s most beautiful amusement park!

Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens, Weekends from September 22 – October 29
Fill fall nights with fright at Busch Gardens® Howl-O-Scream®. At the stroke of 6 p.m. the park becomes home to a host of creepy creatures that lie in wait for unsuspecting victims. Fear abounds in the Virginia theme park’s collection of elaborate haunted houses, immersive themed Terror-tories™ and darkly entertaining live shows.

Yorktown Market Days and Fall Festival Celebration, October 14
In addition to the usual array of fresh produce, meat and seafood, baked goods, specialty cut flowers, quality art, and entertainment, fall festival activities include hayrides, face painting, children’s games and activities, pumpkins and mums.

Run for the Hills 5K/10K and Fall Fest, October 14
Run (or Walk) just for the health of it! 1 mile fun run, 5K, or a 10K, you choose! Join a team, create a team, or just pink out either in person or participate as a virtual participant and run or walk whenever and wherever you’d like!

Pumpkinville, Through October 29 (see website for schedule)
Pumpkinville is a fun, seasonal treasure in Toano, VA, part of the Greater Williamsburg area. Pumpkinville is operated by a local family farm. Your family can pick their own pumpkins from their patch or choose from our large selection of pre-picked pumpkins in the yard. In addition to pumpkins, there is a large selection of pumpkins, gourds, winter squash, flowers, wooden cut-outs, arts and crafts and fall decorations. Bundles of cornstalks and bales of straw are also available for purchase.

Canine Carnival, October 14
Pet vendors and services will be present as well as dogs from Heritage Humane Society looking for a fur-ever home! At Waller Mill Park.

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.

Ricky Van Shelton & Charlie Byrd in Hall of Fame Concert, October 14
Concert at the Kimball Theater Williamsburg, Va. October 14th 7:30 Ricky Van Shelton and Charlie Byrd to be inducted in the Virginia Music Hall of Fame at the second benefit concert for the Virginia Musical Museum and Music Hall of Fame.

Chamber Music Societ of Williamsburg, October 10
The Chamber Music Society of Williamsburg presents the Ensemble 4.1 Tuesday evening, October 10 at 8:00 PM in the Williamsburg Regional Library Theatre. The group calls itself the only “Piano Windtet” in the world.

A Cook’s Walking Tour, October 11
Guests visiting our historic sites see lovely, pristine homes in fair order. But, did you ever wonder about the messy parts of life? Take a guided tour with a member of Historic Foodways to explore the often private world of food preparation in an 18th-century city.

York River Floating Folk Jam at Watermen’s Museum, October 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.

Artist Lew Thatcher at On the Hill Gallery, October 7-21
Lew Thatcher paints in the realist genre.  His art is detailed, focused and believable.  Over 40 Years of sailing and exploring the waters, marshes and harbors of Chesapeake Bay have provided him with a vast wealth of maritime subjects.

Meet the Curator/Conservator, Mondays through October 20
In a single day, a curator or conservator will wear many hats. Discover more about this fascinating profession as you walk and talk with a member of the staff that researches and cares for the objects in our museums.

Dramatic Programs at the Nelson House, October 14-21
National Park Services is hosting two dramatic performances with questions and answer afterwards at the Nelson House. Seating is limited.

York County Hosts Lafayette Exhibit, Through October 30 (see website for schedule)
York County is hosting one of three exhibits to honor the Marquis de Lafayette. The Marquis de Lafayette was one of the heroes of the American Revolution and was with Washington here in Yorktown at the surrender of Cornwallis.

New Exhibition – Another Look: Marine Photography From 1948-1972, October 7-21
Camera clubs provide an opportunity for photographers to reach a wider audience and to have their work criticized on its artistic and technical merits.

New Exhibition – Views of the Baltic Sea: Contemporary Photographs  from Greifswald, Germany, October 7 -21
This photography exhibition will recognize the 10th anniversary of the Newport News–Greifswald relationship. These photographs were created by eight photographers who live and work in the region.

Williamsburg Fall Classic Pickeball Tournament, October 14
The tournament is open to all skill levels and will feature men’s and women’s singles competition as well as men’s, women’s and mixed doubles. Tournament will be double elimination and players grouped by age and skill level.

Williamsburg Farmers Market, October 14
Over 40 vendors will bring meats, produce, mushrooms, flowers, pumpkins, fresh apples, artisan chocolate, cheese, honey, baked goods, peanuts and handmade soaps to the Williamsburg Farmers Market.

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

Quiltmakers, Tuesdays through October 31
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.

Williamsburg Before and After Tour, Thursdays through November 2
For 81 years, Williamsburg served as the seat of Virginia government. But what happened after the capital moved to Richmond? For more than two centuries, Williamsburg was a sleepy, small town. Using images and personal stories, explore the booms, busts, and eventual restoration of this unique community.

Printing Fashion, Mondays through October 27
Explore the exhibit “Printed Fashions” and learn about popular patterns and how they were made. Then design your own printed textile sample to take home.(1 hour).  Entertaining and educational.

Spanish Wine and Tapas Tasting, Saturdays
Drop by this Saturday, from 1-4 PM, as we offer a free tasting of Spanish wines paired with authentic Spanish bites! Join us on a tour of Spain’s wine regions and grapes and discover a new favorite from La Rioja, Ribeiro del Duero or a Cava or Sherry.


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Williamsburg Events: July 17 – 23, 2017

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Scares That Care Weekend
July 21- 23
A three day horror based event, complete with fun activities, exciting celebrity guests and a spooky good time! Best of all – all proceeds raised from this event will go to help families with severely ill children, women fighting breast cancer, and those children suffering burn injuries! See also the 5K Run/Walk and the Children’s Trick or Trot Run.

Summer Nights at Busch Gardens
Saturdays through August 26
In July and August, Busch Gardens® becomes a cooler place after dark during Summer Nights, presented by Coca-Cola®. Special entertainment, culinary experiences and a fun nighttime atmosphere will give guests a new reason to visit during summer evenings. See website for schedule.

National Softball Association Youth Class A World Series
July 17 – 21
The 2017 NSA Girls Fast-Pitch “A” World Series sponsored by the National Softball Association, Sports Williamsburg and Busch Gardens is coming back to Williamsburg for another great tournament!

Christmas in July at Yankee Candle
July 22-23
It’s Christmas in July at Yankee Candle Village – Saturday and Sunday July 22nd and 23rd. 30% off ALL ornaments and collectibles in our Holiday Park including Dept 56, Byers Choice, and Jim Shore. Get a photo with Santa by Helen’s Place Photography, save up to 50% on Holiday Candles and much more! – one weekend only!

Christmas in July at KOA
July 21 – 23
Christmas in July: Have a holly jolly Christmas in July! The elves will be bringing the spirit of Christmas alive all across the campground. Enjoy the decorations, the lights, and the events as we bring some winter magic back to the Williamsburg KOA July 21st through July 23rd.

Nature Connects: Art with Lego Bricks
July 22 – November 26
Nature Connects is an award-winning, record-breaking exhibition now touring North America. Created with over a half million LEGO pieces, this show features larger-than-life sculptures built with LEGO bricks by Brooklyn artist and children’s author Sean Kenney. At the Virginia Living Museum.

Comedy Club of Williamsburg Presents Reno Collier with Roger Keiss
July 22
With a contagious laugh and friendly, almost intoxicating demeanor, Reno’s observations often find him recalling mishaps of his West Virginia cousins, his Scottish heritage, unruly in-laws and alien abductions. At the DoubleTree Hotel.

Inside James Fort: The Powhatan Indians
July 22
The archaeology from inside the fort site offers evidence that local Native tribes were frequent visitors during the earliest years of the settlement. Join Daniel Firehawk Abbott of the Nanticoke people from Maryland’s Eastern Shore to learn about the material culture and lifeways of the Tidewater Algonquians as well as their interactions with the settlers of Jamestown.

“Rock the Boat” Concert Series at Watermen’s Museum
July 23
Carrot Tree and Toby’s Dog House will be sponsoring a new concert series call “Rock the Boat”. Come and enjoy Sunday evenings with music, food and beer.  The restaurants will provide hot dogs and steamed spiced shrimp and craft beer for purchase.

Canoeing with the Stars
July 21
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. One experienced canoeist per canoe required. Reservations are required

Night Hike at York River State Park
July 22
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.

Grace Church Summer Concert Series
Sundays through August
Well known musicians and bands perform each Sunday including contemporary and country music, bluegrass, classic rock, modern hits, jazz quartet, Celtic music, traditional barbershop melodies and more. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and pack a picnic supper. See website for schedule.

Live Music Summer Concert Series at Revolution
Fridays & Saturdays in July
Every Friday and Saturday join us for Live Music at Revolution Golf and Grille Every weekend this summer from 9pm-midnight. All musicians are local talent.

Watermen’s Museum Swing Dance
July 17
Join us every third Monday of the month for swing dance.

Summer Breeze Concert Series: Dharma Bombs
July 19
Join friends in Merchants Square as Dharma Bombs make their first appearance as part of the Summer Breeze Concert Series. Bringing a truly original sound, this New Orleans/Dixieland band is sure to delight!

The People Who Forged Civilization
July 20
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.

“Pocahontas Imagined” Special Exhibition
July 15 – 19
Four hundred years after the 1617 death of Pocahontas in England, her image and legend live on. Using depictions of Pocahontas from across the centuries, Jamestown Settlement will present “Pocahontas Imagined,” a special exhibition opening July 15 through January 28, 2018, that illuminates the reasons behind her enduring legacy as well as her impression on popular culture and art.

That’s How Old
Thursdays through July 27
How do humidity, temperature, and other environmental factors affect the condition of objects? What can museum conservators do to keep priceless objects safe and looking their best? Learn the answers on this guided tour and discover the methods and materials used to help protect the paintings, textiles, furniture, glassware, metalware, and other items in our collections.

Yoga & Wine at the Williamsburg Winery
Saturdays in July
Yes, you read that correctly, wine paired with yoga, or maybe it’s yoga paired with wine – either way it’s going to be amazing!

Summer Fireworks at Busch Gardens
Fridays through August 25
This event inspires park-goers through fireworks and moving original soundscapes.

Baroque Music Fridays
Fridays through July 21
Come in from the heat to experience the changing tastes and styles of the 18th century presented by members of the Governor’s Musick ensemble with a variety of Museum-inspired topical presentations.

Yorktown Sounds of Summer
Thursdays through July 27
“Yorktown Sounds of Summer Concerts” (formerly Shagging), 7 pm to 9:30 pm. We’ve got everyone’s Sounds of Summer here at Riverwalk Landing guaranteed to get you on your feet and swaying to the beat!  Put on your dancing shoes and join us Thursday’s on the river for the annual concert series featuring beach music and more for all ages.

Colonial Williamsburg Collects
Tuesdays through 31
During this guided tour, learn how and why objects have been collected for Colonial Williamsburg over the years, and discover the circumstances that lead to the creation of the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum.

Busting Myths
Tuesdays through July 25
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.

Live Music at Water Street Grille
Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays in July
Enjoy your evenings with great, live music at the Water Street Grille throughout the month. For a full schedule and details, call 757.369.5644 or visit the website.

Live Music at Yorktown Pub
Saturdays through July 29

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

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.

Photography Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall
July through August
Come out to The Gallery at York Hall and enjoy beautiful and picturesque ‘Photography’ exhibit.  In addition to the exhibit the Gallery will have a host of new and beautiful art, jewelry, pottery and much more for sale.

Williamsburg Farmers Market
July 22
Over 40 vendors will bring meats, produce, mushrooms, flowers, artisan chocolate, cheese, honey, baked goods, peanuts and handmade soaps to the Williamsburg Farmers Market.

Yorktown Market Days
Saturdays through October (except for Oct 7)
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.


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