Experience the Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s Free Summer Concerts in Williamsburg and Yorktown

This summer, the Virginia Symphony Orchestra (VSO) is bringing the magic of live orchestral music to scenic outdoor venues across Hampton Roads. As part of their Free Summer Concerts series, the VSO will be performing in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Williamsburg, Chesapeake, and Yorktown. These concerts, running from July through September, are free and open to […]

Introducing The Shoe: Colonial Williamsburg Resorts’ New Golf Course

Colonial Williamsburg Resorts is breaking ground on The Shoe, its first new golf course in 33 years. This nine-hole, par-three course is designed by renowned golf architect Rees Jones. Join the celebration at the groundbreaking ceremony on July 9 at 10 a.m. at the Golden Horseshoe Gold Course. Short courses are on the rise, with […]

Summer Concert Series at Busch Gardens Williamsburg 2024

Get ready for an exciting summer of music at Busch Gardens Williamsburg with the Summer of Wonder Concert Series! This year’s lineup features a variety of artists from different genres, promising something for everyone. Concerts are held every Saturday night from June 15 to August 10 at the Royal Palace Theatre, starting at 7:00 PM. […]

Ultimate Guide to Dog-Friendly Dining and Drinking Spots with Outdoor Patios in Williamsburg & beyond

Exploring Williamsburg or other nearby areas with your four-legged friend? You’re in for a delightful experience! The area offers a fantastic selection of spots where you can enjoy everything from craft beers and fine wines to delicious meals, all in the welcoming company of your pet. Here’s an expanded comprehensive guide to the best pet-friendly […]

Hanover Celebrates Groundbreaking of the Fall Line Trail

Hanover County Virginia has marked a significant milestone by breaking ground on a five-mile stretch of the expansive multi-regional trail system known as the Fall Line. Formerly called the Ashland to Petersburg Trail, the 43-mile trail will eventually offer a continuous multi-use path for biking and walking, linking numerous communities along the way. The recent […]

A day in the life of a realtor – home inspection

🏡 Home Inspection Day Update from Mr. Williamsburg 🏡 Hey everyone, John Womeldorf here, your local Virginia real estate expert. Today, I’m out in the charming Williamsburg Commons neighborhood with John Lynch and his team from Pillar to Post Inspections for a home inspection day. We’re diving deep into a 23-year-old duplex, and it’s essential […]

Welcome to the 58th Annual Art on the Square Art Show

Make plans to attend the 58th Annual Art on the Square, a cornerstone event hosted by the Junior Woman’s Club of Williamsburg (JWCW). This celebrated art show is not only a vibrant showcase of creativity but also one of our principal fundraisers supporting community art initiatives. Date: April 28thTime: 10 am – 5 pmLocation: Duke […]

From Campus Brews to Coffee Innovator: How a William & Mary Alum Brewed Up Success with Column 15

James Kroll, a William & Mary alumnus and founder of Column 15, a coffee shop in Williamsburg, has transformed his passion for coffee into a thriving business, as detailed in a feature from the winter 2024 issue of the W&M Alumni Magazine. From his college days brewing coffee in a French press to opening Column […]

Register today for the 11th Annual Hike for Hospice House!

Join us for our 11th annual Hike for Hospice House, a heartwarming event held on the lawn of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. The leisurely one-mile walk winds through the historic area, offering a serene journey for participants of all ages. After the walk, gather back on the lawn for a morning filled with […]

Welcome to the 15th Year of 2nd Sundays Williamsburg Street Festival!

Join in for the ultimate celebration of art, music, and community in Williamsburg, Virginia! ???? With over 150 unique artisans, musicians, street performers, and food vendors spread across 6 blocks of downtown Williamsburg, along N Boundary Street from Richmond Rd to Lafayette Street, along Scotland from Armistead to N. Henry, and in the 400 block […]