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  • Dec 19

    “At Christmas be Mery”: A Special Holiday Evening at Historic Jamestowne

    When: 5:29pm

    Location: Historic Jamestowne

    Sir George Yeardley, Virginia’s Governor in 1620 invites you to a very special evening program in the church at Historic Jamestowne. Departing from Colonial Williamsburg’s Visitor Center, you will travel along the Colonial Parkway with your guide who will offer insights into early English Christmas traditions and what Jamestown settlers…

  • Dec 20

    Bucket Brigade

    When: 9:00am to 4:00pm


    Cape Henry Lighthouse 

    583 Atlantic Avenue 

    Virginia Beach, VA

    For the month of December, each Saturday, we're in dire need of volunteers to help the historic lighthouse that graces the Virginia Beach City Seal!

    The Cape Henry Lighthouse, a Preservation Virginia Historic Site, is organizing volunteers for the Third Bucket Brigade and Dune Clean Up Volunteer Saturday on December 20th, 2014. The dune on…

  • Jan 22

    Marshall on Washington: A Political Discourse

    When: 6:00pm to 8:00pm


    The John Marshall House

    818 East Marshall Street 

    Richmond, VA 23219

    The John Marshall House invites you to hear the story of George Washington's first biography. Written by Chief Justice, John Marshall, it caused political strife in the new republic and futhered tension between Thomas Jefferson and John Marshall. “Marshall on Washington: A Political Discourse” An evening…

  • Feb 20

    Colonial Williamsburg’s 67th Antique’s Forum: Hanover and Henrico Tour

    When: 8:00am to 6:00pm


    Patrick Henry's Scotchtown

    16120 Chiswell Lane

    Beaverdam, VA 23015

    Join Ronald L. Hurst, Colonial Williamsburg, vice president for collections, conservation, and museums, and Carlisle H. Humelsine Chief Curator, andSara Lee Barnes, Library Associates, University of Virginia Library, for a one-day trip to Hanover and Henrico Countries.

    Our tour of Virginia's Hanover-Henrico region will address more than two centuries of material…