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Williamsburg Weekend Happenings Nov 1-3, 2013

November 1 – 3

Virginia Thanksgiving Festival
Nov 3, 12 – 4 pm
Celebrate the 1619 landing of the original colonists at Berkeley Plantation!  House tours: 9 am – 4:30 pm.  See website.

Meet the Artists of Opera in Williamsburg’s IL TROVATORE
Nov 1, 8:30 pm
At New Town Art Gallery.  Refreshments served.  See website or call 757-229-5140 for info.

The Indigenous Chesapeake: Past & Present

American Indian Heritage Day
Nov 2, 10 am- 4 pm
Special programs highlight life and culture in the indigenous Chesapeake through demonstrations and living history presentations.

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William & Mary Football
Nov 2, 1:30 pm
Come out and see W&M take on New Hampshire!  For tickets, visit the website or call 757-221-3340. 

Santas Photos at Yankee Candle
Nov 2 to Dec 24
More information coming soon!  Check website.

Wellspring United Methodist Church Fall Festival
Nov 2, 9 am – 3 pm
Live music and a fall cafe & more!

Christmas in Yorktown Exhibit at The Gallery at York Hall
November
Come and enjoy the Christmas in Yorktown Exhibit by the best of our artist, featuring the Senior Center of York, at The Gallery at York Hall. 

Oktoberfest Scramble in Support of the Wounded Warrior Project
Nov 1
Fee includes golf, cart, range, Oktoberfest lunch & prizes.  Proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project.

L.B. Taylor presents Ghost of Virginia
Nov 2, 7 – 9 pm
All ages welcome.  At the Williamsburg Library.  See website for details.

Jack and the Beanstalk
Nov 2, 11 am
Presented by the Virginia Opera — a special treat for the whole family!

The Comedy Club of Williamsburg – Landry with Beatty Barnes
Nov 1 –  2, 8 – 9:30 pm
At the DoubleTree by Hilton Williamsburg.   For more info and ticket purchase visit the website or call 757-286-9448. 

Wild Gifts for the Holidays
Nov 1 – Dec 23
A collection of unusual & affordable nature-related items for all ages, including  clothing, plush toys & stationery. Virginia Living Museum.

Animal Alphabet Opening at Prince George Art & Frame
November 1 – 2
Featuring artist Mary Montague Sikes.  See website for complete information. 

Colonial Williamsburgs Cry Witch
Through Nov 19, 2013 
Located at the Capitol General Court in Colonial Williamsburg.  See website for more information.

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