Food & Wine Festival At Busch Gardens®
Tickle those taste buds with the culinary delights at
Busch Gardens® Food & Wine Festival. Enjoy authentic
tastes from around the world while strolling through
the world’s most beautiful theme park.
Canaan Smith at Lake Matoaka
Jun 22, 7 pm
Free concert - "Hometown Homecoming with Canaan Smith.
At Lake Matoaka Amphitheatre, located at 121 Ukrop
Way, Williamsburg VA. For VIP tickets,
here or visit the event page.. All ages welcome.
Shagging on the Riverwalk” Beach Music
Jun 25, 6:30 - 9:30pm
Thursday nights, put on your dancing shoes and join us
for this annual concert series featuring a variety of
beach music for all ages to enjoy. Bring lawn chairs
and blankets for seating. Free. 757.890.3500. This
week: Carolina Soul Band.
A Stitch in Time at Jamestown
Jun 27 &
28, 9 am - 6 pm
As part of “Fashion in Colonial Virginia” theme month,
take a special look at 1600s clothing styles as
historical images are brought to life through fashion
shows during the weekend.
A Chef’s Garden Tour & Tasting Minty
Jun 27, 10 am - 12 pm
Wondering what to do with all of that tasty mint
growing like crazy in your garden? Join Pastry Chef
Rodney Diehl for a flavor-filled study of this
delicious herb that pairs so well with other flavors.
Art in the Garden: ADULT PLEIN AIR
PAINTING AND SKETCHING
Jun 27, 10 - 11:30 am
Bring your chair, an easel, a sketchpad, or a nature
journal and get to know the seasons! Artist Linda
Miller will kick off each session with a botany
overview for artists.
Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Concert
Jun 25, 8 pm
Los Angeles Children’s Chorus – recognized throughout
the country for its exceptional artistic quality and
technical ability. Founded in 1986 and led by Artistic
Director Anne Tomlinson since 1996, LACC performs with
such leading organizations as LA Opera, Los Angeles
Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Los Angeles
Master Chorale, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, and
more. At Bruton Parish Church.
Frogs Are Herpetiles, Too
Jun 27, 10 am - 4 pm
Frogs are “amphibians,” and turtles are “reptiles,”
but there’s a single field of science that studies
both, “herpetology.” Come to the Virginia Living
Museum to learn about the Virginia Herpetological
Society. Presentations, crafts, activities.
Summer Movies on Prince George Street
Jun 28, 8:30 pm
Summer Movies on Prince George Street – every Sunday
night at Dusk. This week's movie: Into The Woods
– with Meryl Streep!
Thursdays by the Lake Summer Concert
Bring a blanket or favorite chair & enjoy live music
by some of the area’s hottest bands on the banks of
Lake Maury. The Mariners’ Museum Summer Concert Series
is every Thursday night June – August.
Historic Organ Recital
Jun 27, 10 - 10:30 am
Rebecca Davy, organist at Bruton Parish Church, will
perform on the 18th-century English chamber organ in
the Wren Chapel. This instrument is the gem of the
Colonial Williamsburg 18th-century instrument
collection and has been remarkably preserved.
Chris James & Matt Bergman at the
Comedy Club of Williamsburg
Jun 26 &
27, 8 - 10 pm
Chris James had a role in the hit FOX show ‘Buffy The
Vampire Slayer’. Chris performed improv progressed to
stand up comedy and soon was performing in all the
Major Clubs in LA, including the world famous Comedy
Store, The Hollywood Improv and The laugh Factory.
Concerts at Bruton Parish Church
Candlelight Harpsichord Recital
Jun 23, 8 - 9 pm
Rebecca Willet, who is studying music performance at
the Cleveland Institute of Music, will perform a
Candlelight Handbell Concert
8 - 9 pm
First Baptist Church Caryllons from Carey, North
Caroline, will perform a Handbell Concert.
Candlelight Organ and Harpsichord
8 - 9 pm
Rebecca Davy will perform a program of French organ
and harpsichord music.
Fashion in Colonial Virginia at
Jamestown Settlement & Yorktown Victory Center
Jun 1 -
30 (see website for times)
Clothing, from single thread to whole garment, will be
the focus of interpretive programs June 1-30 at
Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center
during “Fashion in Colonial Virginia.”
Las Bicicletas Williamsburg #RideWithArt
May 1 -
“Las Bicicletas”(TM) is a traveling art
exhibition by international artist Gilberto Aceves
Navarro. The exhibition’s mission connects people and
the environment and promotes health, happiness and
art. Forty “bicicletas” sculptures are hosted by the
City of Williamsburg from May through October. Can you
find them all?
Coffee: The World in Your Cup
Jun 15 -
From the plant to your mug, explore the world’s most
popular beverage shipped by sea. Guests can see the
evolution of coffee, from its origins in Ethiopia, to
the hand-picked coffee berries in Costa Rica, all the
way to roasting centers across the globe.
Yorktown Market Days
Saturdays through Sep
26, 9 am - 1 pm
Fresh produce, meat and seafood, baked goods, coffee,
specialty cut flowers, quality art, entertainment and
much more await you at the Saturday morning Market
Paint a Summer Ornament!
Jun 6 -
Jun 20, 10 am - 4 pm
While visiting Art in the ‘Burg, pop into our studio
to get creative glazing a ceramic ornament. In honor
of the second Art in the ‘Burg, we invite families to
glaze an ornament made in our Williamsburg studio.
Children’s Nature Hunt at Berkeley
Jun 1, 2015 to Aug
31, 2015 at
Bring the family to Berkeley and learn its amazing
history, while searching for treasures along the river
shore, gardens and grounds.
On the Hill Gallery Featured Artist –
“Sharon Judkins – An Introspect”
May 19 -
21, 11 am
- 5 pm
Special exhibit featuring “Sharon Judkins – An
Introspect.” Opening May 19. Reception on May 30, 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. Exhibit ends June 21. Free.
Steal the Pint Nights at Berret’s
25, 6 - 9
Every Thursday night from May 14 to June 25 2015!
Meet the brewers, enjoy the beer, keep the glass,
hear live music.
RevQuest: The Kings Advance
Apr 7 -
Spies needed! The British have invaded Virginia and
General Cornwallis is bringing more troops from the
south. To thwart the enemy’s attack, Gov. Thomas
Jefferson needs you to be his eyes and ears in
Friday Nite Art
Aug 29, 6
- 8 pm
Bring yourself – or a group — for a 2-hour lesson with
our artist-in-residence and make a ceramic birdhouse,
mug and other project. This is a fun bonding time for
friends, family or couples.
Frogs! A Chorus of Colors
Mar 14 -
Explore TOAD-ally cool creatures and get eyeball to
eyeball with live frogs from around the world! View
more than 70 live frogs from across the globe, housed
in detailed habitats with rock ledges, live plants and
"Paper Trail: Recording Rites of
Passage in German-Speaking America" Exhibit
Through June 30, 2015
A new exhibition at Colonial Williamsburg’s Abby Aldrich
Rockefeller Folk Art Museum celebrates the highly
decorative and intricate records created by a diverse
German-speaking population in early America. “Paper
Trail: Recording Rites of Passage in German-Speaking
America” is a collection of 17 frakturs — all created in
Virginia and Pennsylvania — opening Saturday, June 29 in
the Mary B. and William Lehman Guyton Gallery.
“Working and Racing on the Bay: The
Chesapeake Log Canoe” Special Exhibition – Jamestown
Sept 2015, 9 am
- 5 pm
Objects from The Mariners’ Museum are featured in this
special exhibition at Jamestown Settlement tracing the
evolution of the dugout canoe through the centuries,
from the watercraft of the Powhatan people 400 years
ago to multi-log trade vessels and work and racing
boats. More than 100 objects from The Mariners’
Celebration of Quilts
Jun 30, 2016
Take in this new exhibition in the
McCarl Gallery that features dozens of quilts that
represent the diversity of quilts made in American
from the 18th through 20th centuries. Several of the
quilts are new to the collection and have never before
been seen by the public.
Mariners Museum: Coffee: The World in
From the plant to your mug, explore the world’s most
popular beverage shipped by sea. This traveling
exhibition tells the fascinating story behind
everyone’s favorite pick-me-up, coffee! Visitors can
visit an 18th century coffeehouse replica and discover
how coffee affects cultures, economies and habitats
around the world.
A Rich and Varied Culture: The Material
World of the Early South
Dec 31, 2015
This wide-ranging new exhibition
celebrates the remarkable objects that were created in
or imported to the Chesapeake, the Carolina low country,
and southern backcountry. Created in conjunction with
several sister institutions, the exhibition will
highlight the aesthetic diversity brought to the region
by the varied cultures and ethnic groups.