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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.
2nd Sundays Arts Festival
Presented by the Blue Talon Bistro, the 2nd Sundays Arts Festival, located in the 400th block of Prince George Street, features a Street Full(over 45) of artisan & artist booths (from fine & colonial to contemporary funky art), 2 spots of great local musicians performing, near Aromas & Retros and in the Suntrust lot near the Smithfield Ham Shop. Henna Artist & face painting, Balloon Artist, & Free Kid's Art Project & Activities each month... See the Full Schedule of musicians & performing artists online. Free & open to the public.August 12, 2012
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Pulitzer Prize-winning, “’night, Mother,” by Marsha Norman
Panglossian Productions and the Williamsburg Regional Library present this production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning, “’night, Mother,” by Marsha Norman, author of the play “The Color Purple.” Under the direction of Ed Whitacre, Panglossian’s production stars Abigail Schumann and Stacy Hasselbacher. Tickets can be reserved online at www.panglossian.org, by calling the library at 757.259.4070, or in person at the Williamsburg Library.August 12, 2012
Outdoor Movies on Prince George Street
The Outdoor Movies on Prince George Street are back! Sponsored by Blue Talon Bistro. The schedule is: June 17, The Muppets; June 24, Thor; July 1, Grease; July 8, Captain America; July 15, Winnie The Pooh; July 22, Rear Window; July 29, Tin Tin; August 5, Hugo; August 12, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?; August 19, Cowboys v. Aliens; August 26, The Help; September 2, Sherlock Holmes (2); September 9; The Artist. Note: schedule may change. See webstie for additional information.December 07, 2013
American Furniture: From Virginia to Vermont
This exhibition in the Elizabeth Ridgely and Miodrag Blagojevich Gallery highlights pieces from three regions: Eastern Virginia, Pennsylvania, and New England. While early furniture forms and styles from these areas were similar during the late 17th through the early 19th centuries, the interpretation and the popularity of designs varied due to differences in local economies, trade settlement patterns, and the religious and cultural backgrounds of the inhabitants. A section on painted furniture further demonstrates regional styles and decorative influences.April 01, 2012 - December 31, 2013
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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