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20 Washington’s victory at Yorktown began with a trench carved out by picks and shovels

48 ANTIQUES AND CONSIGNMENTS

30 Gulay Berryman: Bringing international experience to a local gallery

72 AREA MAP

64 Food For Thought: A recipe for success

21 Yorktown Victory Celebration

AREA EVENTS

28 Busch Gardens digs up some new frights for this year’s Howl-O-Scream 32 An Occasion for the Arts is an occasion for Williamsburg Covering the Historic Triangle since 1964

34 The Williamsburg Book Festival: A place for writers and readers alike

Digby Solomon Publisher

39 A season of emotional sensation from the Williamsburg Symphonia

Peggy Bellows Editor

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LOCAL SPIN 50 Customers feel at home in Country Treasures 66 MAP DIRECTORY OF INTEREST 24 Colonial Williamsburg brings back 18th century beers RETIRING IN WILLIAMSBURG 44 Williamsburg SCORE: Small business mentorship with a big impact 10 TAKE THE TOUR THE PULPIT 52 Writing a new chapter at Williamsburg Baptist Church

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Williamsburg abounds with history. That’s what the area is known for, and that’s often what draws people here. But the more I get to know Williamsburg, the more it becomes clear: Williamsburg is defined by the vibrant community of individuals who make their lives here—passionate, talented, unforgettable people. They are Williamsburg’s heartbeat. In this issue, you’ll encounter some of the people who define Williamsburg and the events that define October. As one of the biggest events of the year, An Occasion for the Arts draws thousands to downtown Williamsburg on the first weekend of October. With 143 artists and nearly 30 performances, the festival packs a punch into two days. But its impact on the arts reaches far beyond that weekend thanks to the vision of the festival’s volunteers. On that same weekend, you can appreciate literary arts during the third annual Williamsburg Book Festival. Author Greg Lilly organized the event to unite book readers with more than 40 authors. The opening of the Williamsburg Art Gallery on Oct. 1 complements an art-filled weekend. Artist Gulay Berryman has learned a lot throughout years of world travels, and she hopes to bring a piece of that experience to the gallery as its director. Williamsburg has no shortage of artistic talent, and this becomes audibly obvious at performances by the Williamsburg Symphonia. Read about how the Symphonia’s current season, led by conductor Janna Hymes, is all about emotion. Howard Hopkins conducts a different kind of operation at his restaurant Food For Thought. Combining a unique atmosphere and diverse menu, Food For Thought captivates foodies from Williamsburg and beyond. Another captivating find is Country Treasures gift shop, where owner Patricia Wainwright sells crafts and treasures to add warmth to any home. Country Treasures is one of many small businesses in Williamsburg. Read about the mentors of Williamsburg’s SCORE chapter, who offer advice to several of these small businesses. When you think of October, Halloween comes to mind. Check out Busch Garden’s Howl-O-Scream for a frightening experience enhanced by three haunted houses new this year. October is also host to a different holiday, with Yorktown Day on Oct. 19 commemorating the 234th anniversary of the victory at Yorktown. Learn more about how the battle that led to American independence was won. Speaking of history, Williamsburg Baptist Church has been around since 1828. But under the new leadership of the young Rev. Daniel Willson, the church is beginning to write a new chapter in its history. This issue offers a sample of all that Williamsburg has to offer throughout October. No matter what you check out, you’re sure to encounter fascinating people.


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HISTORIC YORKTOWN Enjoy 300 years of history in a charming riverfront setting. Relive the pivotal battle of the Revolutionary War. Visit historic homes, museums, monuments and battlefields and learn more about the brave citizens and soldiers who took a stand here. Shop in specialty stores, play on the riverfront, and dine in one-of-a-kind restaurants on the York River and up the hill in the village. Come for a day, a weekend or longer. www.visityorktown.org JAMESTOWN SETTLEMENT Explores America’s first permanent English colony. Gallery exhibits trace history of Jamestown, and the Powhatan Indian, European and African cultures that converged in 1600s Virginia. Features outdoor re-creations of three ships, colonial fort and Powhatan village, and a riverfront discovery area. 757 253-4838. www.historyisfun.org. THE ORIGINAL “GHOSTS OF WILLIAMSBURG” CANDLELIGHT TOURS Fun-filled tour of Historic Williamsburg has been the area’s #1 Ghost Tour for 30 years. Purchase tickets in advance at Williamsburg General Store, 1636 Richmond Road in Williamsburg. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.theghosttour.com

PAINT ON POTTERY The place where you are the artist! Choose an item of bisque and paint your own design. We will fire your creation and you can pick up in a few days, or we can ship it to you. Hours: Sun-12-6, Mon., Wed. & Thurs-11-6, Tues & Fri-11-10 & Sat.10-6. The Shops at High Street, 1430 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg. 757 565-3500 www.paintonpotterytoo.com PIRATE’S COVE ADVENTURE GOLF Join us for a true pirate adventure! Putt your way through the world of 18th century buccaneers—our two award-winning courses take you through mountain caves, over footbridges and beneath cascading waterfalls. Swashbuckling fun for the entire family! 2001 Mooretown Road, on Bypass Road, next to Big Kmart. 757 259-4600. SEGWAY PT ADVENTURE TOURS Patriot Tours & Provisions offers guided Segway PT tours of Yorktown and Williamsburg daily. Learn about the history of Yorktown while gliding along the waterfront and historic town or take our Kingsmill Resort or New Quarter Park tours for more “offroad” challenges and the beautiful nature and scenery. Fun and educational, outdoor fun for everyone. Gift certificates, group rates, and military discounts are available. Reserve your tour online at www.patriottoursva.com or call 757 969-5400.


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WILLIAMSBURG WINERY, Wedmore Place, Café Provençal and The Gabriel Archer Tavern offer a wine and food experience with a touch of Old World charm in America’s Historic Triangle. 5800 Wessex Hundred, Williamsburg. www.williamsburgwinery.com, 757 229-0999. www.gabrielarchertavern.com, 757 564-8869. www.wedmoreplace.com, 757 941-0310. www.cafe-provencal.com, 757 941-0317. YORKTOWN BATTLEFIELDS AT THE VISITOR CENTER See a 16-minute film on the military campaign, siege and surrender. Explore the battlefield and 18th-century town on your own or with a Park Ranger as your guide. Visitor Center is open daily 9am–5 pm and the battlefield tour roads are open dawn until dusk. 757 898-2410. visit www.nps.gov/colo. YORKTOWN VICTORY CENTER Thematic exhibits and living history. Re-creations of a Continental Army encampment and a 1780s farm site, historical interpreters practice drills, demonstrate weapons, discuss medical practices, prepare meals, and plant and cultivate crops. 757 253-4838. www.historyisfun.org “THE ZONE” offers a place where all ages can have fun all day. No matter what the weather The Zone at the Williamsburg Indoor Sports Complex can offer you a place to have fun. With the climbing challenges of the clip and climb, a 3500 hundred square foot laser tag arena, a 1400 square foot playground for the little ones and finally a laser maze, and

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NEWPORT NEWS VIRGINIA LIVING MUSEUM Explore Virginia’s natural heritage from the mountains to the sea. Enjoy activities at four hands-on discovery centers, view the sun from the observatory and stroll the elevated boardwalk. Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.–5 p.m.; Sun. noon–5p.m. Take I-64 East to Exit 258-A; 757 595-1900 www.thevlm.org. THE MARINERS’ MUSEUM AND PARK The Mariners’ Museum, America’s National Maritime Museum, has over 35,000 maritime artifacts and is home to the USS Monitor Center, which includes the Civil War Ironclad’s iconic gun turret. The Museum is located on a 550-acre park featuring a 5-mile nature trail and

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lake. 100 Museum Drive, Newport News. 757 596-2222 MarinersMuseum.org. POQUOSON POQUOSON IS THE PLACE: Located just 25 minutes East of Colonial Williamsburg off of Exit 256B, Poquoson boasts 87 miles of secluded coves and inlets, which serve as home to abundant wildlife and popular water trails for Kayakers and Paddle Boarders. Our charter services can take you on fishing trips, jet ski excursions, airboat rides, and more. Visit us at enjoyva.com and discover why Poquoson is the Place. SMITHFIELD Smithfield hosts many significant sites, such as St. Luke’s Church (circa 1632) and Fort Boykin (circa 1623). The Isle of Wight Museum focuses on the area’s history. The Smithfield Inn (circa 1752) Bed & Breakfast once paid host to George Washington. The town has a number of antique and specialty shops, many on Main Street and in the Historic District. (800) 3659339. www.visitsmithfieldisleofwight.com SURRY COUNTY Chippokes Plantation State Park, Route 634. 757 294-3625. Smith’s Fort Plantation is located on Route 31 near the ferry slip. Open Fri.-Sat, 10-5; Sun. 12-5 March through December. 757 294-3872. Bacon’s Castle, located at 465 Bacon’s Castle Trail is open March through

From jet ski fishing adventures, to airboat expeditions, charter fishing trips and paddle boarding, Poquoson is your coastal playground. 87 miles of Chesapeake Bay shoreline await you, along with two public boat ramp facilities, and a conveniently located merchant area for all your shopping needs. 25 minutes from the Historic Triangle and 6 miles from Exit 256B off of I-64. Scan the QR code for access to our App-full of information and links to a day of fun on the bay.

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December, Fridays and Saturdays 10 am-5 pm and Sundays noon- 5 pm. Each month the Castle holds a special event. Inquire or follow on Facebook for more details. 757 357-5976 Edwards Virginia Ham Shoppe 11381 Rolfe Hwy. 757-220-6618. Retail store open Mon.-Sat., 9 am-6 pm; Sun., noon-5 pm. Check out our new second location at 5541-C Richmond Road, next to Premium Outlets in Williamsburg. MUSEUMS ABBY ALDRICH ROCKEFELLER FOLK ART MUSEUM Exhibits feature paintings, whirligigs, weather vanes, carvings, toys, embroideries and other folk works representing many diverse cultural traditions and geographic regions. The collection includes items dating from the 1720s to the present. Hours of operation vary seasonally. 757 220-7724. www.history.org. BASSETT HALL A two-story, 18thcentury frame house on 585 acres near the colonial Capitol building, was the Williamsburg home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller Jr. during the mid-1930s and 1940s. The property also includes a teahouse and three original outbuildings—a smokehouse, kitchen and dairy. Located at 522 E. Francis St. Hours of operation vary seasonally. 855-296-6627, www.history.org

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DEWITT WALLACE DECORATIVE ARTS MUSEUM Houses a collection of British and American decorative arts dating from 1600 through 1830. Includes the world’s largest collection of Virginia furniture, large collections of Southern, British and American furniture and the largest collection of English pottery outside England. Features 15 galleries as well as an auditorium and a café. Hours of operation vary seasonally. 757 220-7724. www.history.org. HISTORIC ST. LUKE’S CHURCH See examples of early Colonial and English artifacts housed in America’s oldest original Gothic

church. The circa 1632 church is home to a rare 1630 English chamber organ. The interior of the church reflects medieval and Jacobean design. Located in Smithfield, Va. Open for tours Apr.-Oct., Daily 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Sun. 1–5 p.m..; Dec.-Mar., Daily 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m.; Sun. 1–4 p.m. 757 357-3367. www.historicstlukes.org. MUSCARELLE MUSEUM OF ART AT COLLEGE OF WILLIAM & MARY Features American art by artists including, Georgia O’Keeffe, Jacob Lawrence, Mary Cassatt, Rembrant Peale, and John Singleton Copley

and European paintings by artists such as Henri Matisse, Jean Dufy, and Pablo Picasso, and changing exhibitions. On Jamestown Road next to Phi Beta Kappa Hall. Open Sat. & Sun., noon-4 pm; Tues.-Fri.,10 am-5 pm 757 221-2700. www.wm.edu/muscarelle. THE VIRGINIA MUSICAL MUSEUM displays the history of music in Virginia. A collection of antique nickelodeons, music boxes, phonographs, organs and pianos with Virginia history. The Virginia Music Artist collection is the largest in the museum including Patsy Cline, Wayne Newton, Ella Fitzgerald, Bruce

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Hornsby, Gene Vincent, Roy Clark and many more. 6316 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23188, at Rte. 199, Exit 234A off I-64. 757 303-5907. virginiamusicalmuseum.com WATERMEN’S MUSEUM Tells the story of Virginia’s watermen who have worked the rivers and tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay and harvested its abundant products. Located on Water Street under the Coleman Bridge in Yorktown. The gift shop features a wide variety of works by local artists, nautical books and gifts. Open April-Thanksgiving, Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Sun., 1–5 p.m., closed on Mon. Thanksgiving-March, weekends only. 757 8872641. www.watermens.org

YORK COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM Exhibits spanning the centuries of York County history. The Chiskiack Watch Archaeological Collection contains artifacts from Native Americans and colonial to modern times. Also, a self-guided 20th century exhibit hall on York County History. Open April-December. Call for hours or group tours. Closed Mon. Free admission. 757 890-4910. www.yorkcounty.gov/ychm. GALLERIES A TOUCH OF EARTH Original work handcrafted by Studio artisans in Virginia and the U.S.A. Representing work in clay, metal,

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wood, glass,fiber and paintings.Owned by ceramic artists, Lianne Lurie and Paul Pittman. Open Sun.–Sat. 6580 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg. 757 565-0425. email: atouchofearth@verizon.net. ATouchOfEarthGallery.com ART-CADE GALLERY OF ART Features traditional artwork including Disney, Dr. Seuss and Greenwich Workshop. A recognized source for limited edition prints, original sport and comic cartoons, vintage war posters, art books and folk art. Seasonal showroom hours and by appointment. Williamsburg Office Park, 1321 Jamestown Rd, Ste 204. 757 565-7424. www.artcadeonline.com COLONIAL FOLK ART STUDIO & GALLERY Selling vintage & contemporary folk art in various media by local & regional artists. Purveyors of antiquated books, maps, lithographs & engravings. Ceramics & mixed-media classes & open studio with wheels & kilns onsite. Extended hours Wed. & Fri. Bookbinding & restoration onsite. 110 Bacon Ave. Williamsburg. 757 941-8926; e-mail create@colonialfolkart.gallery. www.colonialfolkart.gallery GALLERY AT YORK HALL Art Gallery featuring works of local artists for exhibit and sale and a variety of themed revolving exhibits Apr. -Dec., Tues.-Sat., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sun., 1-4 p.m. closed Mon. Limited winter hours Jan.-Mar. Free admission. Also available is area information

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including maps, brochures, and more. 301 Main Street, located on the corner of Main and Ballard Streets, Yorktown. 757 890-4490. www.visityorktown.org NEW TOWN ART GALLERY Showcases the unique work of local artists.. Original paintings, prints, giclees, cards, sculpture and jewelry. Open Tues.-Sat. 11-6 and Sun. 12-5, or by appointment. 5140 Main Street, New Town, Williamsburg. (opposite Opus 9). 757 229-5140. www.newtownartgallery.com PRINCE GEORGE ART & FRAME Contemporary gallery of original art, exhibits local and regional artists. Also featured are fine North American craft artisans. Prince George is also well known locally for its fine custom framing. Features changing shows of original art. 107 Colony Square Shopping Center, Jamestown Rd. 757 229-7644. www.WilliamsburgArt.com QUIRKS OF ART A Unique. Fun. Whimsical. Gallery & Gift Shop offering handcrafted works from over 400 artisans throughout the USA, jewelry, pottery, clocks, blown & fused glass, Sticks® furniture, local art and Life is Good® merchandise. The Shops at High Street. 1430 High Street #790, Williamsburg. 757 6454366 www.kinksandquirks.com

STICK, STONE AND BONE has wonderful gifts to soothe body, mind and spirit with a delightful blend of tumbled stones, sterling jewelry, votives, sage & dreamcatchers. We also have antique and vintage heirlooms. Come in... be surprised...discover your secret treasure.1675 Richmond Rd, Williamsburg 757 258-8810 THE TRIMBLE COLLECTION The gallery features over 250 pieces of beautiful, original, contemporary European, Asian & American Art in traditional & classic 18th, 19th, & 20th century styles. Tom, a Master Framer, with over 40 years of experience custom builds every frame & is renowned for his restoration expertise. The Village Shops at Kingsmill, 757-220-3456 www.trimblecollection.com THE WILLIAMSBURG SCHOOL OF NEEDLEWORK Our studio creates fine hand embroidered monograms in the classical European tradition. Using authentic vintage monogram patterns, initials, and embellishments, our Williamsburg trained hand embroiderers create beautiful authentic personal monograms. In the same tradition, we create fine hand hemstitched linens.

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Washington’s victory at Yorktown began with a trench carved out by picks and shovels

By Mark St. John Erickson When the British army woke up on the morning of Oct. 7, 1781, one of the most decisive moments in the Siege of Yorktown and the winning of American independence had already come and gone. American and French troops digging under the cover of darkness through a stormy night had completed a crucial 2,000-yard-long trench that would enable them to bring their superior artillery within range of the British defenses. Two days later those guns would open fire with the first shots in a lethal bombardment that insured the triumph of the American Revolution. Barely a week before, Washington and his allied army had marched from Williamsburg, stopping at Endview Plantation as they approached the British defenses along the old Yorktown Road. Taking up 20

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the outermost ring of earthworks as their foes pulled back, the American and French troops spent several days sorting out their lines and sizing up the most advantageous positions for their guns before they started digging. As the Allies prepared to excavate -- and cut down thousands of trees to use in constructing their siege works --the British army under Lord Cornwallis began to slaughter horses that couldn’t be fed and threw their bodies into the York River. But the tide washed them back to the beach, compounding the Crown’s increasingly uncertain position with the stench of hundreds of rotting carcasses. Not until they hemmed in a mounted British force foraging for badly needed supplies outside Gloucester Point did the Allies begin to dig their first trench paralleling the enemy’s earthworks on the evening of Oct. 6. According to tradition, Washing-


ton marked the importance of the moment with a ceremonial swing of the first pick, followed by wave after wave of soldiers opening up the earth along a 2,000-yard path marked out by the engineers. In the days that followed, the heavy American and French field guns that began firing on the afternoon of Oct. 9 would prove decisive in forcing Cornwallis to surrender before his stranded army could be relieved. Equally critical were the bayonet, musket and sword, which enabled the Allies to storm and take the British defenses at Redoubts 9 and 10 -- then push the tail of a second parallel trench some 400 yards closer to the beleaguered defenders of Yorktown. But it was the pick and shovel that paved the way for the American victory won by the blade and gun. This is how the first sign of the British surrender looked to Maj. Ebenezer Denny, a Conti-

nental army officer from Pennsylvania who described the Allies’ extension of the second parallel to the newly captured redoubts as “Easy digging; light sandy ground.” “In the morning, before relief came, had the pleasure of seeing a drummer mount the enemy’s parapet, and beat a parley, and immediately an officer, holding up a white handkerchief, made his appearance outside their works; the drummer accompanied him, beating,” Denny wrote in his journal on Oct. 17. “Our batteries ceased. An officer from our lines ran and met the other, and tied the handkerchief over his eyes. The drummer sent back, and the British officer conducted to a house in rear of our lines. Firing ceased totally.” left: The 1840 Eugène Louis Lami painting entitled “Storming of a British Redoubt by American Troops at Yorktown”

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Yorktown Victory Celebration Compiled by Heather Bridges This month, three days filled with celebration will commemorate the 234th anniversary of the victory at Yorktown—a key victory to the end of the American Revolution and the start of American independence.

Yorktown Victory Center What: Military re-enactors, musket and artillery demonstrations and hands-on interpretive programs at a re-created Continental Army encampment and a Revolution-era farm When: Oct. 17-18 Where: 200 Water St. Contact: 757-253-4838

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ing tours of the battlefield, with the Nelson House and the Moore House also open for touring When: Oct. 17-18 Where: 1000 Colonial Parkway Contact: 757-898-2410

Yorktown Day What: Patriotic parade beginning at 10:30 a.m., commemorative ceremonies, fifes and drums performances and special programs When: Oct. 19 Where: Historic Yorktown and Yorktown Battlefield Contact: 757-898-2410 For more information on the weekend of celebrations, visit historyisfun.org/yorktown-victory-center/ yorktown-victory-celebration.

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Colonial Williamsburg brings back 18th century beers By David Nicholson

The explosion of breweries opening across the state in recent months might lead one to conclude that Virginians are discovering craft beer-making. The experts at Colonial Williamsburg tell a different story. “Beer was an everyday beverage in colonial times,” said Frank Clark, master of historic foodways at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. In his research, Clark unearthed 18th century manuals written for brewers and for the general public. “They describe recipes, how to select hops and water, and how to set up your own brew house,” he said. Armed with these manuals, Clark developed three 18th century-style beers that are available at Chowning’s Tavern and sold in stores in the historic area. Clark worked with brewmaster Geoff Logan at Alewerks Brewing Co., a Williamsburg brewery that is producing the beers for the foundation. All of the beers are made with a base of East Kent Golding hops, first introduced in 1790 and still grown in the Kent region of England. But each of the beers is distinctive: s/LD3TITCH — A classic nutty brown ale with hints of coffee and chocolate. s$EAR/LD-UM — Golden Mum-style ale flavored with cardamom, coriander and grains of paradise; floral, spicy and slightly hot. Originally created in Brunswick, Germany, and brought to England by George III. s7ETHERBURNS"RISTOL!LE — Light brown ale based on a beer imported from Bristol, England; forerunner to the modern India Pale Ale (I.P.A.) These new additions fit in nicely with Chowning’s Tavern’s recent renovation into an authentic-looking 18th-century ale house. Beer-lovers can compare and contrast their flavors by ordering a flight of all three. Currently Clark and Logan are developing a fourth beer similar to a porter that will be available sometime this fall. “We’ve had to use ingredients we don’t normally use,” said Logan. “For the colonial-style porter, we’re getting all the color from molasses and burnt brown sugar. We boil it in a cast-iron pot.” Clark shared that “porter was very popular in the 18th century and it was often aged in barrels for two years. We’re hoping to make an authentic porter and

have asked the coopers at Colonial Williamsburg to make us some barrels.” Currently the 18th century beers are only available in the historic area. Alewerks is hoping to ramp up its production so that they eventually will be sold in local supermarkets. “I’m really happy to have the opportunity to get these old beer styles back in front of the public,” said Clark. Want to taste? 18th century-style beers are available at Chowning’s Tavern and for sale at stores in the historic area. Chowning’s opens at 11 a.m. each day and stays open until 11 p.m. No reservations are required, and the menu includes pork sliders, flatbreads, salads and other light fare. Chowning’s Tavern. 109 E. Duke of Gloucester St., Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area. Free parking is available in the tavern parking lot located on Francis Street just west of Blair Street any time, or after 5 p.m. in the employee parking lot located on Franklin Street just east of Botetourt Street, accessible via Lafayette Street. In addition, Colonial Williamsburg demonstrates beer-making four times in the spring and fall in the scullery building on the grounds of the Governor’s Palace. Visitors can watch the mashing, boiling, cooling and fermenting process throughout the day. Fall dates are 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sept. 27, Oct. 14, and Nov. 1 and 18.

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Busch Gardens digs up some new frights for this year's Howl-O-Scream By Mike Holtzclaw

Robin Cowie is a producer of horror movies. In 1999, his “Blair Witch Project” created a sensation by traumatizing viewers with its depiction of increasingly desperate young filmmakers being stalked by an unseen evil force. So when Busch Gardens brought him in to work on a new haunted house for this year’s version of Howl-O-Scream, he understood the assignment. “At the end of the day, my job is to make sure that the people who go through are terrified,” Cowie said in a phone interview earlier this week from the Orlando, Fla., home base of the Busch Gardens and SeaWorld parks. 28

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The parks launched their promotional campaign with a video setting up the back story for Cowie’s “Unearthed: Scarlett’s Revenge.” The Williamsburgarea park will open Howl-O-Scream on Sept. 25. When the theme park first launched Howl-OScream in 1999, it featured haunted houses and mazes that ranged from family-friendly to mildly spooky. In recent years, the decision was made to ratchet up the fear factor and truly scare the bejeezus out of park guests ranging from teens to seniors. Lance Mier, special events manager for the Williamsburg park’s entertainment team, said the increasingly scary Howl-O-Scream attractions have been a big hit with guests.


“Nobody likes a watered-down product,” Mier said. “When we were trying to have it both ways, it wasn’t really catering to the people who wanted big scares, or to the families who wanted to enjoy the park. Since we’ve taken it in this direction, the guest response has been very positive.” During Howl-O-Scream, the park will operate as usual throughout the day, and most of the rides and attractions will remain unchanged at night. But starting at 6 Horror movie producer Robin Cowie works on the promotional campaign for p.m., designated areas of the Howl-O-Scream at Busch Gardens. park will be open to HowlPhoto courtesy of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment O-Scream guests who want to be frightened. Cowie’s work on “Unearthed” — one of three new haunted houses being introduced this year — fits neatly into that concept. It focuses on a backwoods woman with dark powers who is seeking revenge on the townspeople who tormented her and killed her husband. Her ramshackle home is discovered by an excavation crew. “The story revolves around this woman who is trying to resurrect her husband, and in order to do that she needs body parts,” he said. “Conveniently, some people are going to come and walk through her house.” An elaborate ad campaign will set up the storyline so that park guests will know about Scarlett and her back story before they arrive — though Cowie thing we didn’t have yet was zombies,” Mier said. said “Unearthed” is designed to be just as effective “That opened up all sorts of ideas, and it led us to for those who might walk in with no idea of what to ‘LumberHacks.’ I think people are going to be really expect. excited to be going into an area we’ve never utilized It uses the same technique as “The Blair Witch before.” Project,” which was built around the idea of “found Work began on the three new attractions almost footage” left behind by three young filmmakers who as soon as last year’s Howl-O-Scream shut down. disappeared while trying to document the legend of a Cowie said “Unearthed” represents almost a full year deadly witch. of work, and he is very proud of the final result. The other two new haunted houses at the Wil“Right from the beginning, I was a Howl-Oliamsburg theme park this fall will be “Cornered” Scream fan,” he said. “As an indie filmmaker, I'm at(about a farmer whose corn maze devours all who tracted to trying to tell a new story, and with this one enter) and “LumberHack” (set in a community of we've been able to create a detailed, original horror undead loggers). The “LumberHack” attraction will experience — full contact, fully immersive and 4-D. be placed in the woods behind the Verbolten roller Anyone who has watched my movies knows I don't coaster, an area that has not been used before for pull any punches, and I didn't want to do that with park guests. this project either.” “We thought about what we offered — vampires and skeletons and ghosts — and we realized one WILLIAMSBURG MAGAZINE / OCTOBER 2015

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Gulay Berryman: Bringing international experience to a local gallery By Heather Bridges

Gulay Berryman’s Williamsburg home is a museum of memories. Intricate model ships from paradise island Mauritius, delicate masks from Venice, a miniature replica of a Baobab tree from Senegal—the decorations remind her of places lived and people met. In each place, she absorbed. From each person, she learned. “There’s so much to learn,” she said. “It’s endless.” Berryman undertakes her latest learning venture as 30

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gallery director of the Williamsburg Art Gallery, opening Oct. 1 in Merchants Square. “Everything that I have seen during my lifetime ... up to now, I would like to bring a piece of that to the gallery,” she said. Originally from Turkey, Berryman attended art school in Versailles, France. Her studies were comprehensive, but Berryman chose a focus in oil painting. She admits she would have loved to pursue sculpture as well, but she found painting more suited to mobility. With her husband, Clyde, in the U.S. Foreign Service, Berryman moved often. They lived in France,


The first, and main, focus is connecting with the community through art. “It’s giving back to the community. It’s the most important thing,” she said. And Berryman hopes to accomplish this by making the gallery space available to local organizations and corporations, in addition to regularly hosting programs, performances and cultural presentations. “Artists get inspired a lot from music, poetry, literature, theater and all that,” she said. “We should be surrounded by all that in order to be able to produce and get inspired. “And if we can make that happen here in Williamsburg, that would be wonderful.” left: Gulay Berryman, Gallery Director of the Williamsburg Art Gallery above: Photo of the outside of the Williamsburg Art Gallery, which will open Oct. 1 Photos by Heather Bridges

England, Iceland, Senegal, Mauritius and Italy. Through it all, she painted -- everything from the portrait of a member of Oman’s royal family to the American Embassy Christmas tree in Reykjavik. With over 60 exhibitions to her name, in nine countries, Berryman’s art speaks for itself. And it speaks to a richness of cultural experiences. In 2007, the Berrymans settled in Williamsburg. Berryman quickly jumped into the local art community, including with An Occasion for the Arts and the Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center. She helped start New Town Art Gallery in 2010, and after leaving the gallery in April of this year, Berryman thought she might at least have some time to relax. But the opportunity to open the Williamsburg Art Gallery arose soon after, and Berryman has since pursued it with vision and passion. The Gallery on Merchants Square formerly occupied the 4,300-square-foot space. Berryman wanted to see the location continue as a gallery. “I think we need more galleries in Williamsburg,” she said. “We can offer more … to our community and to our visitors.” Run by Berryman and her husband, the Williamsburg Art Gallery will display fine art, mostly painting and sculpture, of a wide variety of styles and mediums. Much of the art will come from regional and local artists, but Berryman also hopes to bring art from elsewhere. The opening exhibit includes Dutch and French artists. Amid the diversity, Berryman wanted the gallery to promote art reflecting the rich history of the Historic Triangle region, as well as its contemporary beauty. “It’s the cradle of U.S. history,” Berryman said. “I think that’s very important.” Her goal is to leave Williamsburg a high-end gallery with state-wide recognition, but the journey has just begun.

The Williamsburg Art Gallery, open Oct. 1 Location: 440 West Duke of Gloucester St., Williamsburg Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday – Saturday. 12-6 p.m., Sunday. www.gulayberryman.com

Gallery Crawl Compiled by Heather Bridges

The Williamsburg Art Gallery is one of nearly 20 venues in the fifth annual gallery crawl on Oct. 1. Participants travel through downtown Williamsburg, Bed and Breakfast row, the Arts District and High Street in an evening of art, food, wine and fellowship. Shuttles will be available to transport patrons between locations. With live music, wine from around the world and art from around the country, the crawl offers something for everyone. When: 5-10 p.m., Oct. 1 Where: Check in at 401 N. Boundary St., 1430 High St. or 10 Harrison Ave. Tickets: $40 Locations include: Quirks of Art, Paint on Pottery, Colonial Folk Art, Allstate/Mason Pasquin Agency, The Shoe Attic, Williamsburg Contemporary Art Center, Mad About Chocolate, Extraordinary Cupcakes, Williamsburg Art Gallery, Applewood, Colonial Capital, Harp & Thistle, Morrison House, Overy House, Williamsburg Manor, Community Building

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An Occasion for the Arts is an occasion for Williamsburg By Heather Bridges

Forty six years and going strong, An Occasion for the Arts is one of the biggest events in Williamsburg, and it is gaining regional, even national, presence. “I think arts and the love of arts is a growing theme within our region,” Stuart Honenberger, president of An Occasion for the Arts, said. But amid the growing renown, the juried art show and music festival is, and will always be, for Williamsburg. “It’s Williamsburg’s event,” Honenberger said. “We hope to grow it and make it a great thing for Williamsburg.” This year, artistic director Leo Charette introduced a five-juror panel process—a change from past years’ singular juror. With a significant increase in applications from last year, Charette and jurors focused on bringing the best art to Williamsburg, while maintaining a diversity and balance among mediums. “The lifeblood of what makes Occasion special is quality artists,” Honenberger said. This year, the 143 artists come from 20 states, with a strong presence of Virginia artists. They offer fine art and fine craft, including ceramics, glass, drawing, pastels, prints, jewelry, mixed media, metal, photography, painting, sculpture, wood and more. 32

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“That’s a very important aspect of this is to help people become educated about the artists, the art,” Charette said. “And also begin to feel a desire to collect it, to have it hanging in their home, to enjoy it, to realize that these are works that they’re not going to find anywhere else.” The festival features nearly 30 music, dance and vocal performances. From puppetry to Celtic music, the performances occur on the Courtyard and City Center Stages. The popular youth art section has been moved to the South Henry Street mall. This section provides art demonstrations and activities, but it also displays artwork by children from all the area schools in a professional art setting. Another innovation is the shuttle service, continuously transporting patrons between the auxiliary lot near 105 Visitor Center Dr. and the festival. A new Passport program provides the opportunity to win $100 gift certificates to purchase exhibited art. To enter the drawing, participants must pick up a passport at any of the three information booths, get it stamped at select locations and return the stamped booklet to an information booth. It’s a two-day festival, but Honenberger said An Occasion for the Arts desires to have a 365-day impact. The festival’s primary revenue sources come from


artist booth fees, corporate sponsors, individual donors and grants. From Honenberger down, the festival is volunteer-run, and funds are poured straight back into the festival. Extra revenue is used to promote arts within the community. This year, An Occasion for the Arts established an endowment through the Williamsburg Community Foundation. Through a grant process, the endowment will provide funds to promote the arts in Williamsburg. Charette also has several ideas for increasing the festival’s tangible yearround impact: “Here we have all this incredible talent coming to Williamsburg—how can we maximize their time?” he said. Charette’s job involves cultivating relationships with the artists. He said an important facet of the festival’s impact is such relationships. “A lot of it is building an artist presence in the community,” he said. “And that really occurs all year long.” Want to go? Where: North Boundary and Duke of Gloucester Streets. Shuttle available from 105 Visitor Center Dr. When: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Oct. 3 and 4 For more information and to view a full schedule of events, visit aofta.org.

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A season of emotional sensation from the Williamsburg Symphonia By Josh Reyes The Williamsburg Symphonia’s 2015-2016 program was built around one main factor – emotion. The orchestra’s conductor and music director Janna Hymes said she hoped to create an emotional sensation for audiences through the pieces she selected for the group to play. The group plans to play works by 14 different composers this season, covering centuries of work and numerous genres and tones. The season began Sep. 14 and ends April 2016. Over that period of seven months, the orchestra will play five programs, two pops concerts and a side-by-side performance with Williamsburg Youth Orchestras. The orchestra will also play in the Summer of Freedom Music Festival in July and August of 2016. Benefitting the emotionally driven repertoire is an overall improvement of the Symphonia, Hymes said. “We’re at a new level and playing better than ever,” she said. The orchestra received new recognition recently, including being asked by the city to play in the Summer of Freedom Music Festival and being invited to play in the Bermuda festival in February 2016. The orchestra’s first performances were on Sep. 14 and 15. The concert featured Antonin Dvorak’s Symphonic Variations – a piece familiar to the orchestra – and Johannes Brahms’s 4th Symphony in E Minor – a piece they had never played before.

The group’s October concerts bring in violinist Anne Akiko Myers, who will solo for Samuel Barber’s Violin Concerto. “She’s played it everywhere, and she’s fantastic” Hymes said. “The music is intense and romantic and lush and jarring.” Myers will perform with the Symphonia on Oct. 19 and 20. To provide emotional variation for the October concerts, Hymes also decided to play Beethoven’s 4th – which she called a happy piece. The Symphonia’s final program of the season, which will be performed on April 18 and 19, will lean on modernity and feature three American composers and pieces of three different genres. The repertoire consists of The Chairman Dances by minimalist composer John Adams, Symphony no. 3 in C minor by classical composer Florence Price and Concerto for Violin and Mandolin by Jeff Midkiff, a bluegrass mandolinist and fiddle player. All three pieces were composed within the last 80 years. Midkiff, a native Virginian, will play the mandolin solo in his own piece, along with Akemi Takayama soloing on violin. The Symphonia’s five programs of the 2015-2016 season will be performed at Kimball Theatre, located on 424 W. Duke of Gloucester St., Williamsburg. Information on the Symphonia, including schedules and ticket information is available online at williamsburgsymphonia.org. Photo courtesy of The Williamsburg Symphonia

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The Williamsburg Book Festival: A place for writers and readers alike By Austin Bogues

Bookworms will get a chance to mix it up with local authors in early October, as the third annual Williamsburg Book Festival takes place. The event, scheduled for Oct. 3, will showcase more than 40 authors, more than half from the Williamsburg area. The event is being organized by Greg Lilly, 52, the author of several books including “Under a Copper Moon.” This is the third year the event has taken place. “I started it because as an author I’ve been to several book fairs and attended exhibits across the state,” Lilly said. “I thought as many authors as we have in the area, there should be something going on here.” Last year more than 300 people attended the event, and Lilly hopes the event will expand even further this year. As Lilly sees it, Williamsburg is a town for readers. “The college helps,” Lilly said, referring to The College of William and Mary. “It pulls in people that love to read, love to write. There’s so much history and that is a big part of it.” “There are a lot of people who write historical novels, or non-fiction … a lot of military books that come through here,” Lilly said. “We want to pull the readers in so they can meet these authors, not just the ones on the New York Times Bestseller list.” The event this year will take place at Bruton Parish’s Lewis Hall, located at 331 W. Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, Va. It takes place from 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For more information, go online to williamsburgbookfestival.com.

October Festivals Compiled by Heather Bridges

Here are some other area festivals to check out this month.

Yorktown Market Days Fall Festival Market Days regularly offers fresh produce, meat, seafood, eggs, baked goods, cheeses, peanuts, breads, coffee and more, as well as specialty cut flowers, potted plants, art, chef demonstrations and live entertainment. But on Oct. 10, hayrides, pumpkins, face painting, a hay maze and other fall-themed activities will join the fun. When: 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Oct. 10 Where: Riverwalk Landing, 331 Water St., Yorktown Contact: 757-890-3500

Yorktown Wine Festival On the rise as one of the state’s notable wine festivals, the Yorktown Wine Festival highlights 20 of Virginia’s finest wineries. The festival also will feature art and food vendors and live entertainment. The event is rain or shine. Proceeds will benefit Sister Cities Yorktown. Tasting tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the festival. When: 12-6 p.m., Oct. 3 Where: Riverwalk Landing, 331 Water St., Yorktown. Contact: 757-877-2933

York River Maritime Heritage Festival The Watermen’s Museum will pack two days full of maritime fun. Check out the festival for re-enactors, sea shanties, maritime music, displays, vendors, maritime crafts, boat building and much more. When: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Oct. 17-18 Where: Watermen’s Museum, 309 Water St., Yorktown Contact: 757-887-2641

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They come from a variety of backgrounds and careers. Finance, real estate, marketing, sales, manufacturing, defense, consulting, distribution—you name it. What unites them is the desire to help. Since October 1985, Williamsburg’s SCORE chapter has provided free, face-to-face mentoring to those wanting to start or expand a small business. SCORE is a congressionally chartered 501(c)(3) organization with 11,000 volunteers across the country. Though SCORE originally stood for the Senior Corp of Retired Executives, today’s volunteers include active and retired business men and women. The Williamsburg chapter is one of 10 throughout Virginia and one of 310 nationwide. It’s a smaller chapter, with 19 certified mentors. Still, the Williamsburg chapter makes a big difference. From Hampton to Richmond, North Carolina to the Northern Neck, the 19 mentors mainly provide personal, face-to-face counseling. But they also lead free business-related workshops, conduct tailored sessions for non-profit organizations and support the “Boots to Business” program for military veterans. For 2013-2014, the chapter logged 536 face-toface and follow-up mentoring sessions. For 2014-2015, through July, 220 sessions had been logged so far. But statistics can’t encapsulate the time and effort devoted by the mentors, all of whom are volunteers. They do it because they love it. “To see people start from an idea and bring it to complete fruition to an operating business,” Sal Sotis, vice chair of the Williamsburg chapter, said—that’s the reward.

Even more, “It’s a relationship,” Rick Fisher, chapter administrator, said. The counseling process is ongoing, continuing as long as clients seek help. Often, mentors and clients develop friendships. “It’s fascinating people,” Dean Risseeuw, chapter chair, said, “which is what keeps me in SCORE.” It’s people like Katherine Reynolds, who started a mobile dental service for seniors unable to travel to the dentist. In 2014, Smiles to You won SCORE’s national Small Business with Outstanding Citizenship award. That same year, Williamsburg SCORE was named Chapter of the Year in the Virginia District. The mentors go above and beyond to help clients, said Karen Riordan, president and CEO of the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance, which partners with Williamsburg SCORE. “It’s just conveying the experience from the years of being in business that most of us have been in,” Sotis said. “And the hardships to become successful.” The mentors make Williamsburg SCORE what it is. They’re good at what they do, but they’re also good people. “All these mentors are thoroughly engaged in the community in a number of different ways,” Risseeuw said. “That’s all part of the strength of the group.” To reach out to the Williamsburg SCORE chapter, call 757-229-6511 or email info.williamsburg@scorevolunteer.org. For more information, visit williamsburg. score.org. The next workshop, “How to Start and Manage Your Own Business,” will occur from 6-8:30 p.m., Oct. 27 at the Williamsburg Regional Library. Photo courtesy of Williamsburg SCORE

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Patricia Wainwright’s childhood home in Rocky Mount, Va., was filled with country treasures. She remembers eating butter hand-churned by her aunt. She can still see her grandmother quilting in a room through an open door at the top of the stairs. Her favorite toy was a Raggedy Ann doll. Now she has dozens of Raggedy Ann dolls and a store filled with nostalgic crafts at her Williamsburg shop, Country Treasures. “I’ve always wanted people to have a chance to find things from their past to remind them of happy memories,” Wainwright said. “Country Treasures is finding something from your past that might still be a treasure in your heart.” The small shop is brimming with knickknacks set cutely atop handmade furniture purchased from an Amish farm in Lancaster, Pa. A sign that says “If you didn’t know already… I love you ... A lot” hangs among other welcoming messages on the walls. A corner of the room is dedicated to Raggedy Ann and the old crew. Seasons are big here. In October customers will find creepy-cute

ghosts, wry trees covered in smiling Jack-o’lanterns and jugs of “Spider Cider.” An annual sale in November offers discounts on all items -- then it’s Christmastime, which is a magical season in the store, Wainwright said. Most everything costs between $10 and $100. Some of the items are handmade in Hampton Roads. Others are ordered from catalogues. All of them are treasures, said employee Carolyn Greene, adding that she often spends her paycheck in the store. “Treasure is that thing you cannot find everywhere,” Greene said. “When you find it, it becomes a treasure to you, something you cherish, something that makes that spot in your house pop with warmth.” Country Treasures makes shopper Carrie Kelley, 34, feel like she’s back in her mother’s home. Now Kelley has three children of her own, and a husband whose Navy job keeps the family on the move. She said it’s hard to decorate when home isn’t a permanent place. “I try to give my kids a home even though we move around,” Kelley said. “I’m not a decorator, but being in here makes me feel like I could be.” 3KRWRVE\$GULHQQH0D\ÀHOG

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the pulpit

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Writing a new chapter at Williamsburg Baptist Church By Heather Bridges

For the past 15 years, Rev. Daniel Willson has been on a spiritual journey. It’s an earnest, seeking journey that, for the 34-year-old, is far from over. And the most recent leg includes Williamsburg Baptist Church, where Willson started as pastor in May. “I perceive that he is going to take us on something of that same journey,” said Bob Kidd, a lay leader at the church. Even before the journey began, Willson’s life was rooted in religion. His father was the son of an American missionary and his mother the daughter of a Brazilian pastor. Willson grew up in Southern California, near the church his paternal grandfather pastored. The Christianity Willson knew, and would follow until college, was strongly conservative and fundamentalist. Upon entering college at Pensacola Christian, Willson began to ask questions, exploring other areas of thought. His views began shifting both socially and theologically. He would later attend Fuller Theological Seminary, where he said his doubts were entertained. 52

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“I started to realize that doubt is really a servant of faith,” he said. “It keeps faith from becoming a glorified kind of gullibility.” After graduating from Fuller with a Master of Divinity, Willson continued asking questions and seeking answers at Duke University, where he obtained a Master of Theology in New Testament Studies. He served as associate pastor of a church in Martinsville, Va. for a time. “It’s been about 15 years of studying and trying not to jettison what I believed, but to hold it up to scrutiny,” Willson said. “And ultimately that spiritual journey has brought me to where I am today.” Today, Willson’s theology is progressive, while still rooted in Scripture. He is passionate about exploring the relationship of the Gospel to matters such as social justice, the environment, poverty, race, inclusion. Willson desires to help those in need, to enact change. This led Willson, his wife and four children, to Williamsburg Baptist Church, a place interested in exploring change. continued on page 63


worship

BRUTON PARISH EPISCOPAL CHURCH 331 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg www.brutonparish.org (757) 229-2891 Sunday Worship: 7:30am, 9:15am, 11:15am & 5:30pm Sunday School (10:30am) & Nursery (8:30am-12:30pm) Noonday Prayer (Mon.-Sat.); Holy Eucharist (11am Wed.)

ST. MARTIN’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 1333 Jamestown Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23185 (757)229-1111 www.stmartinswmbg.org

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH 620 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, VA Services and Sunday School: 11am, Wednesday: 7:30pm Public Reading Room- 626 Jamestown Rd. (757)229-3805 Sun. Radio: 790AM (WNIS)-8:05am; 740AM (WMBG)-10am www.christiansciencewilliamsburg.org

ST. OLAF CATHOLIC CHURCH .ORGE,ANE 7ILLIAMSBURGsWWWSTOLAFCC (757) 564-3819, fax (757) 565-1099 e-mail – ofďŹ ce@stolafchurch.hrcoxmail.com Mass-Sat. 5:30pm, Sun. 8 & 10am, Tue 5pm Wed.,Thu. & Fri. noon, confessions Sat. 4:30pm

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 4107 Rochambeau Drive- (757) 566-0456 SS: 9:30am; Sun. services: 10:30am & 6:00pm Wed.: Bible Study & Prayer meeting: 7:00pm Nursery provided-all services www.FaithBaptistWilliamsburg.org

TEMPLE BETH EL OF WILLIAMSBURG Rabbi: David Katz 600 Jamestown Road at Indian Springs Road Fri. Night Service: 7:30pm; Sat. Morning Service: 10am OfďŹ ce: (757) 220-1205, www.tbewilliamsburg.org

HICKORY NECK EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8300 Richmond Rd, Toano, 23168, (757)566-0276 Sunday: Holy Eucharist 8:00am, 9am, 11:15am. Child care provided at 9 and 11:15 am services Historic Chapel used regularly www.hickoryneck.org

WELLSPRING UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 4871 Longhill Rd, Williamsburg (757-258-5008) WellspringUMC.org and Facebook Sunday Worship: 8:45am (Traditional) & 11am (Contemporary) Sunday School: 10am & Nursery: 8:45-12:00

JAMES RIVER BAPTIST CHURCH Bringing Hope to the Community 4931 Centerville Rd., 757-258-0303 Sun. Worship 9am & 11am; SS 10 am; Sun. Eve. 6pm; Wed. 6pm; Nursery, Children’s & Youth Ministry. www.jamesriverbaptist.org

WESTOVER EPISCOPAL CHURCH 6401 John Tyler Memorial Hwy, Charles City Sunday Worship: Holy Eucharist 10:30 am Sunday School: 10:30, Adult Christian Ed: 9:30 am westoverepiscopalchurch.org, (804) 829-2488 The Very Rev. April Greenwood

JAMESTOWN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 3287 Ironbound Rd., Williamsburg, VA 23188 (757) 229-5445 Pastor: Rev. Dr. Daniel T. Klein; Choir Dir. Robert Hodge Sunday Worship-10:30am, Children's Church-10:45am, Child Care Avail.; jamestownpresby@gmail.com, Visit us on Facebook; Web: jamestownpresbyterianchurch.org or .com

WILLIAMSBURG BAPTIST CHURCH A Family of Faith Seeking the Will of God 227 Richmond Road – across from W&M 9:30 Education – 11 am Worship with Nursery 757-229-1217 www.williamsburgbaptist.com

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WILLIAMSBURG PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Large congregation offering inspired worship services and music, insightful biblical interpretation, heartfelt mission, fellowship hour, nursery, Sunday School. And that’s just on Sunday! Located across from W&M at 215 Richmond Rd. Services 9:30 & 11a.m. 757-229-4235 mywpc.org

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ST. BEDE CATHOLIC CHURCH 3686 Ironbound Rd., Williamsburg 23188 (757) 229-3631, www.bedeva.org Mass Schedule: (757) 258-7777 Mass: Sat. 5:30pm; Sun. 7:15, 9 & 11am; 5pm Daily Mass: Mon.–Fri. 9am

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“They’re very energetic, and very open to writing a new chapter in this church’s history,” Willson said. Williamsburg Baptist Church was established in 1828, and Willson is the 30th pastor. He admitted to taking a selfie with the congregation on his first Sunday. But Willson is working to keep the church current in more than just technological ways. “Churches need to be learning communities,” he said. “And we need to continue in lock step with the discussions that are going on around us.” Willson’s immediate goal has been to listen, to the congregation and the community. Within the community, Willson has begun forming connections, meeting with organizations such as United Way, the NAACP and All Together as well as different facets of The College of William and Mary. “I think he’s going to be a much more vital part of the community,” Kidd said. Within the church, Willson has presented his understanding of the Bible, laying a foundation for future instruction. “I think through that will come an awareness of new areas of thought,” Kidd said. “New understanding of what it is to live the Christian life.” Willson can’t predict what’s next for the church. But, “Whatever we do, I hope that it will look like faithfulness in a way that only we can do it,” he said. “I do hope that it will look like love, both within our congregation and around our community.” Williamsburg Baptist Church is located at 227 Richmond Road. For more information, visit williamsburgbaptist.com.

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Photo by Heather Bridges

Food For Thought: A recipe for success

By Heather Bridges

Start with a positive atmosphere. Stir in an eclectic menu. Add a dash of strong customer service. These are the essential ingredients of Food For Thought restaurant on Richmond Road. “Just like a food recipe, a successful business recipe has key ingredients,” owner Howard Hopkins said. “You alter the proportions, and you may get a totally different product.” The current proportions seem just right, as tourists and locals often pack the restaurant to its brim. With a background in the chain restaurant industry, Hopkins has worked in every aspect of the business, from cooking to waiting tables. The Food For Thought recipe began to formulate 64

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following his move to Williamsburg in 2001. Frustrated by the “trash” on TV, the people put on pedestals by contemporary culture, Hopkins came up with the concept. “This concept is essentially devoted to the people that have made the world and country what it is today — the scientists, social leaders and business people,” he said. Inspirational quotes line the walls, from leaders and innovators like Margaret Thatcher, Benjamin Franklin and Ralph Waldo Emerson. Framed biographical pictures of greats such as the Wright Brothers, Henry Ford and Thomas Edison add to the décor. Each of the quotes, specifically selected by Hopkins, has inspired him throughout his life. He hopes


they inspire everyone who walks through the restaurant’s doors. “I think if you read the quotes on the walls, and you look at the people on the walls, it’s inspirational in a way,” Hopkins said. “And it makes the dining experience a more positive experience.” To enhance the experience, on each table rests a container of discussion cards—Mind Trap, Judge For Yourself and Food for Talk cards—to prompt conversation among those dining. The menu varies as widely as the quotes and leaders on the walls, from classic American dishes like pot roast and meat loaf to international dishes such as Pad Thai and Jamaican jerk chicken. “Food should be exciting and interesting,” Hopkins said. Restaurant-goers seem to agree, as the most popular dishes are pot roast and Pad Thai. The food is fresh, prepared inhouse, and the restaurant caters to several preferences, with glutenfree and vegetarian options.

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Originally, Hopkins wanted to create a chain of restaurants. Like a chain, Food For Thought is efficient and systematized. But the restaurant emphasizes personalized customer service above all else. The entire staff, Hopkins included works to make sure customers are satisfied. They talk with customers and, mostly, they care. Hopkins’ favorite quote reads, “A true judge of a man’s character is how he treats someone that can neither help him nor hurt him.” “I think, in the end, being kind and being a good person is the goal everybody should have,” Hopkins said. Despite the restaurant’s success, Hopkins’ initial ambition to expand the business has taken a backseat to a different ambition— being a good father to his young children, Sam and Jake, and husband to his wife, Marika. He also wants the restaurant to maintain the quality of food and service allowed by its current size. And it’s the little things that are most rewarding. Seeing families interacting over discussion cards, getting to know the regular customers, hearing that people walk away inspired by the atmosphere, “That’s more important than the food,” Hopkins said. Want to go? Food For Thought 1647 Richmond Road, Williamsburg. Normal hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Monday-Thursday. 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m., Friday. 8 a.m.-9:30 p.m., Saturday. 8 a.m.-9 p.m., Sunday. Breakfast hours: 8-11 a.m., Saturday and Sunday only. Call 757-645-4665 or visit foodforthoughtrestaurant.com.


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TAKE THE TOUR 11 Busch Gardens Williamsburg (H-15) 25 Colonial Williamsburg Ghost Walk (D-10) 16 Hampton Roads Charters Hampton Historic Jamestowne (H-5) 22 Historic Yorktown (C-14) 35 Isle of Wight County Museum Isle of Wight Co. 54 Jamestown Settlement (G-5) 10 The Original Ghost Tours of Williamsburg (C-5) 12 Pirates Cove 1(C-6) 14 Poquoson Exit 256B, off I-64 23 Schooner Alliance (C-14) 23 Schooner Serenity (C-14) 12 The Zone (D-4) 55 Williamsburg Winery (H-7) Yorktown Battlefields (C-14) 23 Yorktown Segway Tours Historic Yorktown 58 Yorktown Victory Center (C-15)

22(C-3)

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum Colonial Williamsburg 19 Art-cade Gallery of Art 5(G-6) Bassett Hall Colonial Williamsburg 19 Colonial Folk Art (D-7) DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum Colonial Williamsburg Muscarelle Museum of Art at College of William & Mary

2 Shops at Carolina Furniture (C-5) 400+ Names of Luxury Furniture–8 Stores in one

67 Goodman & Sons Jewelers 6(E-4) Diamonds,Bridal,Gemstone,Pearl Jewelry,Watches

51 Snag a deal Family Outfitters 22(C-3) Shop Retail Pay Wholesale for the Whole Family

36 High Street 21(C-6) Dining/Retail/Condos/Apts/Townhomes/Businesses

18 Stick Stone & Bone (C-5) New Age Crystal Store-Crafts,Gifts & Jewelry

36 The Imperial Olive Crown Your Cuisine with Oils & Vinegars

26(D-5)

23 Viccellio Goldsmith Historic Yorktown Handcrafted Custom Designed Jewelry & Repairs

41 J. Fenton Gallery 4(E-8) Colonial Clothing 4 All+Women’s Clothes+More

59 Village Shops at Kingsmill 11(G-14) Collection of Shops, Restaurants & Services

55 Johnstown Jewelers (G-5) Gold,Platinum,Fine Stones,Pearls,Silver,Repairs

17 Wild Birds Unlimited 29(D-5) Bird seed and feeders, houses, baths, nature gifts & more

59 Knitting Sisters 11(G-14) Exquisite Hand-painted Designer Yarns & Supplies 55 La Tienda (G-5) Spanish Food & Wine, Hand-Crafted Ceramics & Gifts 33 Lightfoot Manor Collectibles, Gifts, Pewter, Brass & More

8(C-5)

4 Williamsburg Pottery 3(C-2) Kitchen, Décor, Foods, Wine, Gifts, Garden+More 58 Willow Grove Primitives (C-2) Primitive Reproduction Furniture/Home Décor 21 York Uniforms Yorktown Culinary,Medical,Security,School Uniforms & Shoes 23 Yorktown Bookshop

MUSEUMS & GALLERIES 18 A Touch of Earth

59 Discover Teas 11(G-14) Explore 100+Loose Leaf World Teas & Wares

(E-8)

60 37 54 37 59 15

New Town Art Gallery 20(D-5) Paint on Pottery 21(C-6) Prince George Art & Frame 7(G-6) Quirks of Art 21(C-6) The Trimble Collection 11(G-14) Virginia Living Museum Newport News Watermen’s Museum Historic Yorktown 18 Williamsburg School of Needlework 20(D-5) York County Historical Museum Yorktown

15 Lladro Outlet 9(C-5) The Luxury of Artistic Handcrafted porcelain 42 Master Craftsmen 25(E-8) Handcrafted Silver, Pewter, Gold Jewelry & Giftware 40 Merchants Square Unique Shopping, Dining & Special Events

4(E-8)

67 Merle Norman 6(E-4) Make-up,Brand Name Consignment Handbags+More 42 Mermaid Books 25(E-8) New,Used,Rare,Childrens Books+Antiques+Ephemera 67 Monticello Marketplace 6(E-4) Unique Family Owned/Brand Retailers+Restaurants 60 Nautical Dog 20(D-5) Everything for Your Pet+Bar Ware+Home Decor 17 New Concept Sports & Gifts

29(D-5)

Family-owned one-stop shop for NFL,MLB,NHL,NBA,NCAA

60 New Town 20(D-5) Shops,Restaurants,Movies,Businesses,Events 40 Ocean Palm, a Lilly Pulitzer Signature Store 4(E-8) Clothing, Jewelry, Accessories & Gifts 36 Off The Vine Market (C-3) Local Virginia Farms 2 Table Retail/Online Mkt

SHOPPING

Historic Yorktown

Over 10,000 books. Relaxing atmosphere. Knowledgeable staff.

ANTIQUES & CONSIGNMENTS 51 59 56 48 35 51 49 48 49

Chickadees 22(C-3) Classic Consignments 11(G-14) The Clothes Tree 27(E-12) DoveTail Antiques 22(C-3) Heritage Antiques Smithfield Sugar & Spice 22(C-3) The Vintage Rabbit (G-14) West Point Antiques West Point Williamsburg Antiques Mall, Ltd. (C-3)

DINING & NIGHTLIFE AMERICAN 55 Five Forks Café (F-4) Diner serving Comfort Food with a Southern Flair 54 Old Chickahominy House (G-6) Southern Food, Fresh Baked Pies & Gift Shop 40 Seasons Restaurant & Tavern Casual Dining with a Diverse Menu

4(E-8) 4(E-8)

56 2nd Street Floors by Mark 27(E-11) Offering all types of flooring & installation

74 Oriental Rug Mart New & Antique Handmade Oriental Rugs

22(C-3)

41 The Trellis Restaurant American Fine Dining with Regional Cuisine

35 Anne of Smithfield Smithfield Clothing, Jewelry, Shoes, Accessories and more

60 Paisley the Perfect Giftdom! Gifts & Accessories to Adore & Adorn

20(D-5)

ASIAN

60 The Beadtender Beads, Classes, Custom Orders & Repairs

37 Pendleton Outlet Wool Clothing, Blankets, & More

21(C-6)

3 Peking Mongolian & Japanese Mongolian, Sushi Train, Japanese & Thai

20(D-5)

61 Blinds Galore 24(G-10) Variety of Blinds, Shades & Plantation Shutters 56 Bob’s Upholstery/Savvy Swatch 27(E-11) Home, office, boat, auto Upholstery & fabric shop 46 Bodacious Lady Boutique (F-4) Full Figure Fashions & Accessories. Something for Everyone! 35 The Christmas Store Christmas & holiday décor and gifts 50 Country Treasures by Pat Primitives, Crafts, Collectibles

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40 The Precious Gem 4(E-8) One-of-a-Kind Designed Pieces of Fine Jewelry 61 Quarterpath Crossing 24(G-10) Spec. Shops,Dining,Grocery,Salons,Businesses 47 SAS Factory Shoes 8(C-5) USA Handcrafted Men & Women Comfort Shoes

BAKERY 41 BlackBird Bakery

25(E-8)

Breads,StickyBuns,HomemadeGranola,Candies&More

BBQ & RIBS 6 Red Hot & Blue (C-5) Southern-Style BBQ/Casual Atmosphere & Blues

Smithfield

27 Serendipity (C-2) Flags,Spinners,Windsocks,Kites,Mailbox Covers

22(C-3)

17 Settler's Market 29(D-5) Unique shops,restaurants located in heart of Williamsburg

BREAKFAST

42 The Shoe Attic 25(E-8) Fashionable Shoes & Complimentary Clothing

58 Colonial Pancake House Down Home Cooking for Breakfast & Lunch

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69 Rocco’s Smokehouse Grill Smokehouse BBQ/Fresh & exciting meals

(C-7)

(E-11)


26 Hot Stacks Restaurant Breakfast & Lunch Family Restaurant

(C-3)

COFFEE, TEA & MORE 42 Aromas 25(E-8) Specialty Coffee/Gourmet Bakery/Lunch/Dinner

55 Gabriel Archer Tavern (H-7) Farm to Fork Dining Experience, Delicious Simplicity

47 Buggy Bathe Full Service Wash, Lube & Detail Shop

(C-5)

26 The Library Tavern (C-6) Salads,Sandwiches,Steamed Seafood,Pizza & Bar

76 Hudgins Holiday Chevrolet Cadillac 27(E-12) Sales, Service, Parts/Collision Ctr

SEAFOOD

HEALTH, MEDICAL, HOSPITALS & URGENT CARE

36 The Coffeehouse 14(F-5) Fresh Roasted Coffee, Breakfast & Bistro Menu

40 Berret’s Taphouse 4(E-8) Fresh Regional Seafood & Produce/Variety of Entrees

FRENCH

63 Captain George’s Seafood 70 Items in All You Can Eat Seafood Buffet

(C-5)

Casual Comfort/Traditional/Original Creative

69 Fat Tuna Grill & Oyster House

(C-6)

55 Café Provençal (H-7) Fine French/Mediterranean Fusion Dining/Unique Setting

Freshest Fish at Family Friendly Pricing

HOME SERVICES

FROZEN YOGURT & ICE CREAM

66 Holy Mackerel Seafood Grill (D-5) Fun,Family Friendly Atmosphere with Amazing Food

46 Conscientious Carpet Care see ad Serving Williamsburg & Surrounding Areas 43 yrs

63 Ben & Jerry’s 9(C-5) Ice Cream/Froz. Yogurt/Sorbet/Cakes/Smoothies

23 Riverwalk Restaurant Historic Yorktown Wide Variety of Chesapeake & Atlantic Seafood

62 Starling Guttering see ad The ONLY one-piece, guaranteed, clog-free gutter!

17 menchie’s frozen yogurt 29(D-5) Fresh-made Frozen Yogurt & Variety of Toppings

7 The Seafare of Williamsburg (C-5) Exceptional Dining Experience/Fresh Seafood/Steak

PERSONAL CARE SERVICES

INDIAN

23 Water Street Grille HistoricYorktown Casual Fresh Seafood/Tapas/Artesian Brews

41 Blue Talon Bistro

65 Nawab Indian Cuisine Authentic Northern Indian Cuisine

25(E-8)

23(D-6)

61 Waypoint Seafood & Grill 24(G-10) Menu highlighting local farms & regional waters.

ITALIAN 58 Antonio's Ristorante Italiano 16(F-13) Dine-in/Delivery- Pizza, Italian, Seafood and more 51 Francesco’s 22(C-3) New Artisan Entrees & Classic Italian Dinners 47 Giuseppe’s (C-5) Seasonal Menu/Italian Favorites/Specialties 9 Maurizio’s Ristorante Italiano 2(G-14) Authentic Taste of the Old World since 1994 65 Olde Towne Pizza & Pasta (C-5) NY Style Pizza, Gourmet Italian Food & Family Meals 69 Sal’s by Victor Locals' favorite pizza & Italian

13(D-6)

SWEET TREATS 42 MAD about Chocolate 25(E-8) Light Lunches/Desserts/Cheesecake/Cookies/Brownies

41 Hair Of The DoG Bottle Shop 4(E-8) Craft Beer Emporium, Tastings, Mixers, Gourmet Food 67 The Wine Seller & Cork Café 6(E-4) Great Selection of Wine, Craft Beer, Cigars. Café.

RETIRING IN WILLIAMSBURG (C-2)

33 Sal’s Ristorante Italiano (D-11) Authentic Italian Cuisine and NY Style Pizza

46 Heritage Commons Secure Retirement Living-100% Rental

LATIN & MEXICAN

46 Rolf Kramer, Liz Moore & Associates see ad Buyers Agent, Senior Real Estate Specialist

66 El Sabroson Latin Food 1(C-6) Traditional Latin Food from Mexico & El Salvador

20(D-5)

WILLIAMSBURG REAL ESTATE

61 El Tapatio 20(D-5) Casual, Authentic Mexican Dishes & Drinks

61 Aura at Quarterpath Brand-New Upscale Living Apartments

13 La Terraza Mexican Grill (C-5) Fresh, flavorful Mexican cuisine at reasonable price.

8 Founders Village (D-4) 1, 2, and 3 bedroom Brand New Townhomes!

37 Plaza Azteca Restaurante Mexicano 21(C-6) Food/Drinks/Diverse Menu/Genuine Mexican Favs

38 Long and Foster REALTORS® see ad Brings the Total Home Ownership Experience

56 South of the Border Mexican, Tex-Mex, Margs & More

27(E-12)

(G-12)

HOTELS & EXTENDED STAYS 58 Ramada Hotel & Conference Center (F-13) Hotel, Conference Center & Extended Stays

PIZZA TAKE & BAKE 8 Papa Murphy’s 6(E-4) Made Fresh By Us, Baked Fresh By You

AREA SERVICES

PUBS & TAVERNS 60 Cogan’s Deli & Sports Pub 20(D-5) Lunch,Dinner,Open-MicWeds & Live Music Wkends 41 D.o.G. Street Pub

4(E-8)

American Gastropub/Variety of Beers/"Pub Grub"

45,75 Riverside Doctors’ Hospital Focused on Patient-Centered Care

(G-12)

62 Studio M Hair Design Full Service Salon by Mindy Taylor

(B-4)

13 Williamsburg Salt Spa Relax in a salt spa experience, gifts

(G-6)

SHIPPING/PACKAGING 62 Williamsburg Pak & Ship We pack, ship & provide many services

22(C-3)

WORSHIP

WINE, BEER AND LITE FARE

43 Colonial Heritage by Lennar The luxury resort that you can call home!

62 M.D.Express Urgent Care 13(D-6) Physicians Board Certified in Emergency Med.

AUTOMOTIVE SALES, SERVICES & REPAIRS

53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53 53

Bruton Parish Church (E-9) Faith Baptist Church (B-1) First Church of Christ, Scientist (F-7) Hickory Neck Episcopal Church (B-1) James River Baptist Church (D-3) Jamestown Presbyterian Church (F-4) New Town United Methodist Church (E-5) St. Bede Catholic Church (F-4) St. Martin's Episcopal Church (G-5) St. Olaf Catholic Church (C-2) Temple Beth El of Williamsburg (F-7) Wellspring United Methodist Church (D-4) Westover Episcopal Church Charles City Co. Williamsburg Baptist Church (E-8) Williamsburg Presbyterian Church (E-8) Williamsburg United Methodist Church (F-8) Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists (F-4)

ENTERTAINMENT/EVENTS 42 55 15 16 9 19 35 53 14 22

2nd Sunday Festival 4(E-8) Adagio Release Party/Wmsbg Winery (H-7) The Bizarre Bazaar Richmond The Bodacious Bazaar & Wine Festival Hampton Chesapeake Bank Shop Local (C-7) European Cars/ECW AutoFest (B-4) Smithfield Farmers Market Smithfield Westover Autumn Pilgrimage Charles City Co. Williamsburg Symphonia see ad Yorktown Celebrates Fall Arts Historic Yorktown

57 Auto Haus of Williamsburg 27(E-12) Services import vehicles, Sells pre-owned & restores

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The numbers on the map indicate the location of these shopping centers: 1 Kingsgate Green Shopping Center 2 Festival Marketplace 3 Williamsburg Pottery Factory 4 Merchants Square 5 Williamsburg Office Park 6 Monticello Marketplace 7 Colony Square Shopping Center 8 Patriot Plaza 9 Premium Outlets 10 OldeTowne Square 72

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11 The Village Shops at Kingsmill 12 Monticello Marketplace Shoppes 13 Williamsburg Shopping Center 14 Williamsburg Crossing Shopping Center 15 Governor’s Green Shopping Center 16 James York River Plaza 17 Riverwalk Landing, Yorktown 18 Colonial Towne Plaza 19 WindsorMeade Marketplace 20 New Town


Historic Yorktown

21 High Street 22 Williamsburg Pavilion Shops & Gallery Shops 23 Monticello Shopping Center 24 Quarterpath Crossing Shopping Center 25 Just off D.o.G. Street 26 Courthouse Commons 27 Second Street 28 Marketplace Shoppes 29 Settlers Market

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October 2015 Williamsburg Magazine  

All things Greater Williamsburg for locals and visitors

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All things Greater Williamsburg for locals and visitors

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