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Find Events & Things to Do in the Historic Triangle

Below you will find special business events, networking opportunities and more from the Alliance, plus member events.  If you are looking for tourism-related events, please check out the Visit Williamsburg calendar.    If you are an Alliance member and would like your event listed here, please contact us.

 

Events for October 2014

Southern Pottery Exhibit at the Black Dog Gallery
Location: The Black Dog Gallery, 114 Ballard Street, Yorktown

See traditional and innovative ceramic pieces by Southern potters. From face jugs and other whimsical figures to utilitarian, but decorative, plates and bowls, these items showcase a variety of styles. This special exhibit brings together works by potters from North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. Open Tues. - Fri. 10 am - 5 pm, Sat. 10 am - 4 pm, and Sun. 12 pm - 5 pm. 757.989.1700

- October 31, 2014
 
 

'Yorktown Art' Exhibit at the Gallery at York Hall
Free
Location: The Gallery at York Hall, 301 Main Street, Yorktown

Enjoy 'Yorktown Art' Exhibit by local artists and relish in our revolving exhibit of fine art in all media by local artists for display and sale. 757.890.4490

- October 31, 2014
 
 

The Beloved Women of Chota
Colonial Williamsburg Admission Required
Location: Governor's Palace Stage
Event Website

Discover what goes into producing American Indian public history. Join the cast of "The Beloved Women" for a behind-the-scenes look at Colonial Williamsburg's special programming. Veteran actors and line producers discuss their work in theater, film, and television. Explore Native American culture, history, and civic engagement in a question-and-answer session, moderated by a cultural anthropologist.

October 31, 2014
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
 
 

Acclaimed Scottish Duo Returns to the Watermen's Museum
Location: Watermen's Museum, 309 Water Street, Yorktown

The acclaimed Scottish folk duo, Alan Reid and Rob Van Sante, return to conduct a musical program featuring Scottish Halloween traditions and a tribute to the life and times of Admiral John Paul Jones. Exhibits, children's activities and crafts will be presented along with the ongoing Yorktown Haunted Seaport ghost trail program, 4:30 to 9:30 PM. $. 757.887.2641.

October 31, 2014
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
 

Halloween Party and Live Music at Water Street Grille
Location: 323 Water Street, Yorktown

You'll go "batty" and have a "ghoulish" time at this Halloween Party with great, live music by "Holly Would." 757.369.5644

October 31, 2014
8:00 PM - 11:00 PM
 
 

York County - Trick-or-Treat Hours
Location: York County District
Event Website

This year’s hours for trick-or-treating in York County will be from dusk to 8 p.m. on Halloween, Friday, October 31. Children age 12 or younger may trick-or-treat and should be accompanied by an adult. Residents are asked to turn on porch lights to identify homes that wish to receive trick-or-treaters. To ensure a safe Halloween experience, the York County Department of Fire and Life Safety and the York-Poquoson Sheriff’s Office recommend the following safety tips: • Use makeup instead of masks. Plastic or rubber masks can impair a child’s vision. If masks are worn, advise children to lift their masks while traveling from house to house and when crossing the street. Remind children to be careful, watch for traffic, and to use flashlights. • Make sure costumes and shoes fit properly to avoid tripping hazards. • Purchase Halloween costumes (including wigs, capes and props) that feature a “flame-resistant” or “flame-retardant” label. • Bright and/or light-colored costumes are easier to see at night. • Carry a flashlight or light-stick, and attach “glow-in-the-dark” items or reflective tape to the front and back of children’s costumes. Make sure your trick-or-treater can see and be seen. • An adult should accompany younger children. Older children not accompanied by an adult should travel in groups of at least three. Plan an itinerary and set a time for children to return home. • Avoid houses where porch lights are off. • Do not allow children to accept unwrapped candy or fruit, and check all treats before allowing children to eat them. Any suspicious candy should be reported to the Sheriff’s Office as soon as possible. • Keep your jack-o-lanterns away from landings or doorways where costumes could brush against the candle flame. For added safety, consider using a glow stick or battery powered light instead of candles. • Dried flowers, cornstalks, hay, and crepe paper are highly flammable. Keep these and all decorations away from all open flames and heat sources. • Keep all exits (doors/windows) clear of decorations so that nothing blocks escape routes.

October 31, 2014 - October 31, 2014
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM