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62 Save time, distance

area events

6 Thrills, shows and more 8 Something for everyone 37 Fresh produce, blooms galore

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area history

26 Marching into another month

12 Meet Lord Botetourt

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41 A celebration in music

Walk through the past

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25 Color your wardrobe for spring people

52 Experience at work the pulpit Covering the Historic Triangle since 1964

43 Williamsburg Christian Church antiques & consignments

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46 What’s old is new again

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56 Performing and fine arts, movies

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64 Listing of this month’s events


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48 Information for new residents Williamsburg Magazine is published monthly by Virginia Gazette Companies LLC. Articles of compelling interest to visitors are reprinted occasionally from the Gazette. Editions are distributed by the first of the month at points all over Williamsburg, reaching hotels, motels, campgrounds, supermarkets, retailers, day trippers and weekenders. For information on story submissions, distribution, or advertising rates, call (757) 220-1736.


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COVER PHOTO A view of the William & Mary campus through a window of the Wren Chapel. Photo by Ann Efimetz WILLIAMSBURG MAGAZINE, MARCH 2011

14 What to see & do worship

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Thrills, shows and more Busch Gardens opens for a new season on Saturday, March 26. The new ride, “Mach Tower” is scheduled to make its debut this spring, joining the other thrill rides at the park. The “drop” coaster will open on the site of the current Catapult ride in Germany. It will rise some 245 feet into the air. Get ready, the ascent is 6 feet per second. Every 15 seconds, the ring which holds 30 passengers will rotate 360 degrees. The ring drops at 60 mph. There’s more. Get ready for next year’s introduction of a new coaster on the site of the Big Bad Wolf. This will be a high-speed, electromagnetic launch coaster. It will produce high acceleration in a short distance. These high-speed coasters can produce about 4Gs of gravitational force. Another new feature this season is a revamped Oktoberfest section. Among the additions you can expect is a pretzel market where pretzels and sausages will be make as you watch. There will also be a beer garden and a Maypole for performances. For more information, park hours and ticket prices visit

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Walk through the past Have you ever been to Historic Jamestowne? It’s a great place to explore. It is located just beyond Jamestown Settlement and is the original site of the Jamestown colony. Jamestowne Island is a great place to walk, birdwatch and experience a glimpse into history. Archaeologists with Jamestown Rediscovery are excavating the recently discovered site of the 1607 James Fort. You can walk among the ruins of many original buildings that stood in the town, including the original 17th-century church tower. The Jamestown Memorial Church was built in 1907. The church was a gift to the APVA from the National Society of Colonial Dames of America. The church is behind the tower which is the only surviving 17th century structure at Jamestown. Walk a bit

and you will be on the James River banks, adding the picturesque quality of the site. The Jamestown Glasshouse produces handcrafted pieces by master glass blowers, only a few yards from where colonists made glass in 1608. Costumed glass blowers demonstrate their craft and answer questions. The Historic Triangle Shuttle, a free public transportation system connecting Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown, begins operation March 22. The shuttle leaves every 30 minutes from the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor Center to Jamestown. Once arriving at Jamestown, additional shuttle services provide transportation between Historic Jamestowne, the Glasshouse and Jamestown Settlement. Photo by Ann Efimetz



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Something for everyone When March gets here, it is time for the annual Bid n’ Buy Auction to benefit Child Development Resources. The event has a new location this year, moving from Lafayette High to Hornsby Middle School on Jolly Pond Road. The event is scheduled 11:30 a.m., Sunday, March 13. Proceeds from the annual event helps to provide services for local children with disabilities or those who are at risk for developmental delays. Hundreds of items are available and run the gamut from vacation getaways to spa treatments. Live and silent auctions feature a variety of getaway packages, art, dining experiences, entertainment and items for the home. Gift certificates up for grabs range from those offered by restaurants to hair salons. Each year there are dozens of gift baskets donated by businesses or handcrafted by CDR families. A corps of dedicated volunteers prepare for the event for weeks. On auction day, staff and volunteers coordinate the various activities, provide set up and clean up. The event also includes a food court featuring popular favorires including “Croney” Island Hot Dogs and Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream. There are also treats from the Country Kitchen and a “Kids Corner” presented by Busch Gardens featuring a costumed character, ideal for photos. The auction features several raffles, including the 50-50 raffle with a chance to win up to $5,000. For more information and a listing of items up for bid, visit –Ann Efimetz

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Meet Lord Botetourt

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If you have ever visited the Wren Courtyard at the College of William & Mary, you have likely met him. The statue of Norborne Berkeley, Baron de Botetourt, holds watch over the College Yard in front of the Sir Christopher Wren Building. Ever wonder about the statue’s history? According to information from the College of William & Mary about the statue, Botetourt was the popular royal governor of Virginia 1768-1770. He was a friend and patron of W&M during his tenure. 12

He served as rector of the Board of Visitors and established a fund for the purchase of gold medals to be awarded annually to two students for academic excellence. When Lord Botetourt died in 1770, he was honored with an elaborate funeral and buried in the crypt under the chapel of the Wren Building. The following year, Virginia’s House of Burgesses

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ATTRACTIONS & AMUSEMENTS BUSCH GARDENS For Busch Gardens’ 2011 season, guests can look forward to Mäch Tower℠, a psychological tower thrill ride that lifts riders nearly 240 feet and a revamped Oktoberfest village. Guests will also experience a great lineup of events and concerts all season long. For all the latest information, visit COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG Colonial Williamsburg is a living history museum. Purchase tickets at the Visitors Center, get information and catch one of the gray buses that circles the Historic Area. Colonial Williamsburg offers a range of ticket options. 757 220-7645. HISTORIC JAMESTOWNE The first permanent English settlement in North America, was Virginia’s colonial capital for 92 years and in 1619 the site of America’s first representative legislative assembly. Walking tour of the town site, archaeological remains of the 1607 fort, memorials, the 1690s church tower and the glasshouse. The gate is open daily 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; visitor center is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 757 898-2410. 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. THE ORIGINAL “GHOSTS OF WILLIAMSBURG” CANDLELIGHT TOURS Fun-filled tour of Historic Williamsburg has been the area’s #1 Ghost Tour for 20 years. To charge tickets by phone, call 757 2531058. Purchase tickets in advance at Williamsburg General Store, 1636 Richmond Rd. 877-62-GHOST. Tickets can also be purchased online at PIRATE’S COVE ADVENTURE GOLF The course features mountain caves, footbridges and cascading waterfalls on two 18hole Adventure Golf Courses! Open Mar–Nov., 10 am–10/11 p.m. 2001 Mooretown Rd, next to Kmart. 757 259-4600. WATER COUNTRY USA Guests are in for the slide of their lives in 2011 at Water Country USA’s epic new drop slide, Vanish Point.℠ The 75-foot drop slide will join the 43 acres of pools, children’s play areas, lazy rivers and water rides that make up the midAtlantic’s largest water park. Check out for more details or call (800) 343-7946. THE WILLIAMSBURG WINERY Set amongst the historic lands nestled on a tributary of James River, The Williamsburg Winery is more than a World Class winery; it is a destination. You are invited to their tasting room, restaurants and inn. Whether a seasoned wine enthusiast, or simply some-

one seeking to learn more about wine and how it is produced, the daily Tour and Tasting offers something for everyone. 5800 Wessex Hundred, Williamsburg. 757 2290999. 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. The Visitor Center is open daily 9 a.m.–5 p.m. and the battlefield tour roads are open dawn until dusk. 757 898-2410. visit 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. HISTORIC YORKTOWN Year-round destination for history, shopping, outdoor recreation, fine dining and special events. Relive the pivotal battle of the Revolutionary War. visit historic homes, museums, monuments and battlefields. Come for a day, a weekend or longer. 757 890-3300. GOLF COLONIAL HERITAGE Designed by Arthur Hills, this 18-hole championship golf course winds its way through the 170-acre


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neighborhoods of Colonial Heritage affording majestic views of pristine greenery, lush fairways and manicured greens. There is a practice putting green and driving range. The developer, Lennar Corporation, builds golf courses that are a challenge to golfers of all abilities. Annual memberships and special programs available. 6500 Arthur Hill Drive, Williamsburg. 757 645-2030. GUIDED TOURS PLANTATIONS Berkeley Plantation. Open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 888 466-6018. Shirley Plantation. Open daily 9 a.m.4:30 p.m. 800 232-1613. Edgewood Plantation. 757 829-2962. North Bend. 804 829-5176. Piney Grove at Southall’s Plantation. 804 829-2480. Westover Plantation. 804 829-2882. Hewick. 2 miles off Route 17. 800 484-7514 (ext. 1678), 757 7584214. Chippokes Plantation. Open year-round, mansion is open weekends mid-Apr.-Dec., 1-5 p.m. Operated by Chippokes Plantation State Park. 294-3625. Chelsea Plantation. Tours: Thu.-Sun., 10 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Admission fee. 804 843-2386.



BEYOND THE HISTORIC TRIANGLE NEWPORT NEWS Enjoy fresh seafood, Civil War history, USS Monitor relics, re-enactments, great golf, shopping, Virginia flora and fauna, AfricanAmerican heritage and nature trails. Newport News Visitor Center, 13560 Jefferson Avenue (Exit 250B) from I-64. 9 a.m.–5 p.m. 757 886-7777. VIRGINIA LIVING MUSEUM Explore Virginia’s natural heritage from the mountains to the sea. Enjoy activities at four handson 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 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) 365-9339. SURRY COUNTY Bacon’s Castle, open Apr.-Oct., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tues.-Sat. and noon-4 p.m. Sun. Closed Mon. 757 357-5976. Chippokes Plantation State Park, Route 634. 757 294-3625. The Chippokes Farm & Forestry Museum, open Apr.-Oct. on Mon., Wed., Thurs. & Fri. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and Sat. & Sun. 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Closed Tues. 804 786-7950. Smith’s Fort Plantation is located on Route 31 near the ferry slip. Open Apr.-Oct., 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tues.-Sat.; and 1-4 p.m., Sun. 757 294-3872. S. Wallace Edwards & Sons 11381 Rolfe Hwy. 757 294-3688. MUSEUMS & GALLERIES

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WILLIAMSBURG A TOUCH OF EARTH Unique gifts handcrafted in the U.S.A. Jewelry for all ages & price ranges, silk & woven one-of-a-kind scarves, candles, pottery, art work & decorative pieces created by local artists. Owned by ceramic artists, Lianne Lurie and Paul Pittman. Open Mon.–Sat. 6580 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg. 757 565-0425. email: 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. BASSETT HALL A two-story, 18th-century frame house on 585 acres near the colo-

nial 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. 800 447-8679, 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. 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. Located on Jamestown Road next to Phi Beta Kappa Hall. Open Sat. & Sun., noon-4 p.m. and Tues.-Fri., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 757 221-2700. NEW TOWN ART GALLERY Showcases the unique work of 10 local artists. Original paintings, prints, giclees and cards are exhibited by the artists, as well as sculptures and jewelry. This is the perfect place to purchase a gift of artwork. Stop by during store hours or by appointment. Located adjacent to the Gazebo at 5140 Main St. in New Town, Williamsburg. Winter hours: Tue.-Fri. & Sun. noon-5pm; Sat. 11-5pm. 757 810-2690 Email: 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. SMITHFIELD 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. Open for tours Apr.Oct., Tues.-Sat. 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Sun. 1–5 p.m..; Dec.-Mar., Tues.-Sat. 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m.; Sun. 1–4 p.m. Closed January. 757 357-3367. YORKTOWN WATERMEN’S MUSEUM Tells the story of Virginia's watermen who have worked the WILLIAMSBURG MAGAZINE, MARCH 2011

rivers and tributaries of the Chesapeake Bay and harvested its abundant products. Located on Water Street under the Coleman Bridge. 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. 757 887-2641. 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 including maps, brochures, and more. 301 Main Street, located on the corner of Main and Ballard Streets, Yorktown. 757 890-4490. 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.

BOTETOURT continued commissioned “an elegant Statue... in Marble” as a sign of its esteem. The statue was created by English sculptor Richard Hayward. It arrived in Williamsburg in 1773 and was installed on the piazza of the Capitol. After the capital of the colony was moved to Richmond in 1780, the statue was vandalized and fell into disrepair. Botetourt was still regarded with such affection at the college, that the faculty purchased the statue, and in 1801 it was installed in the College Yard. The statue remained there for the next century and a half, with the exception of several years during and after the Civil War when it was relocated to the grounds of the Public Hospital for safekeeping.

In 1958, to protect the statue from more vandalism and weathering, it was removed to storage. In 1966 it was placed in the Botetourt Gallery of the Earl Gregg Swem Library, where it still remains. It is one of the earliest examples of commemorative public statuary in the United States, and the only one to honor a royal governor. In 1993, when the college celebrated its Tercentenary, a new statue of Lord Botetourt created in bronze by W&M alumnus, Gordon Kray was installed in the college yard, in the place occupied for so many years by the original. During the holidays, Lord Botetourt heralds the season with a wreath.

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Awarding excellence Each year the Woman’s Club of Williamsburg awards a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating young woman from Bruton, Warhill, Jamestown and Lafayette High schools. The scholarships are meant to provide some financial help for students to use toward their education at a 4-year college or university. Applicants need to provide a copy of an acceptance letter from the accredited university or college dated by April 15. Members of the Women’s Club pore over the applications sent to them, looking for the student which best exemplifies scholastic achievement and community involvement. While SAT scores and grade point averages figure into the decision for the awards, as important is the work the students do away from the classroom. “A lot of them are giving back to the community,” said Carol Bonesteel, who coordinates the scholarship program with Janell Hunnell. “They are involved at church or at Fish or Grove Christian Outreach.” Each applicant is asked to write a 250-300 word essay on “What This Scholarship Means to Me.” They often expound on their community involvement and what earning the award from the club would mean to them. “They really bring a personal vein into the essay,” Bonesteel said. Applicants need two letters of recommendation from members of their high school staff which can include a guidance counselor or teacher. All applications must be given to the high school guidance counselor. The deadline is April 15. Those who are chosen are invited to a meeting of the club in May where they can share with club members what the award means to them. 18

“They are always very grateful about it, and are so very enthusiastic,” Bonesteel said. She is continually amazed at the activities and community-minded spirit the young people exhibit. “I am always very impressed with the amount of involvement they seem to have,” Bonesteel said. “In addition to all they do, many of them also have jobs. These are quite outstanding women.” For more information, call 221-0969. –Ann Efimetz


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war posters, unique art books and folk art. Can’t stop? Gallery inventory is online at its searchable website, shipping nationwide. The Art-cade’s ad in this magazine lists current showroom hours which vary by season; also by appointment. In Williamsburg Office Park, 1321 Jamestown Road, Suite 204. 757 565-7424. THE BOTTOM LINE Specializes in unique items from a variety of sources that range from first quality to factory seconds to closeouts and odd lots. Locally owned and operated. Williamsburg Outlet Mall, 6401 Richmond Rd. 757 258-9051. BOYER’S DIAMOND AND GOLD SOURCE Cabinets overflow with exquisite jewelry. If you don’t see what you are looking for, ask. Boyer’s prides itself on excellent customer service. Customers are their top priority. 6564 Richmond Rd. 757 565-0747. THE CHRISTMAS STORE A “must-see” during a visit to Smithfield. One of Virginia’s finest year round Christmas shops. Items for every holiday, but especially for Christmas. Large selection of glass ornaments, Fontanini Nativities, unique Santas and wonderful floral and trim. Open 7 days a week. 108 Main Street, Smithfield. 757 357-7891.

THE CLOTHES TREE New or slightly used women's and men's clothing in a variety of sizes. (Petites also). Labels including Anne Klein, Talbots, St. John, Doncaster, Jones NY, Hugo Boss, John Frye, Chicos & more. Something for everyone! Men, we have dress suits, coats, blazers, tuxes, etc. Come in & check them out. The store also carries name brand purses, jewelry, scarves, hats & belts. New hours: Closing at 5 p.m. daily. 170A Second St. 757 220-2119 DISCOVER TEAS TEA MARKET & LOUNGE A world of adventure in your cup! Explore our wide selection of loose leaf teas from around the world, custom blended and packaged to enjoy at home. Have an interactive experience at our Blend-Your-Own tea bar, then take a relaxing seat in our lounge to chat, read or use our free wi-fi. While you're at it, shop our great selection of tea wares, fine chocolates and baked goods. Join the fun! Visit the online tea community and see the calendar of events at Open Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun 12-5 Village Shops at Kingsmill 757 847-5190. ELEMENTS HOME DÉCOR & FINE GIFTS Offers custom window treatments and slipcovers, customized floral designs, unique accessories and gifts. Coastal and nature themes and vintage décor, wine & barware. Stay connected with Elements for upcoming events. Call for dates and times. Elements Bucks: spend $100, receive $10 in Elements Bucks, Spend $200 receive $30 in Elements Bucks. Store hours: Tues-Sat 10-6; Sun 12-5. 5107 Main St., New Town in Williamsburg. 757 903-2622. J. FENTON GALLERY Features fine contemporary handcrafts by America's premier artisans. Jewelry in silver and semi-precious stone, wood, glass, pottery, kaleidoscopes and whimsical gifts. The shop has a complete selection of Brighton handbags, belts, sunglasses and accessories. Open 364 days a year. Henry Street Shops, Merchants Square. 757 221-8200. GARDEN-FLAGS.COM Gifts, home decor, silk flowers, doormats, rugs, jewelry, handbags, umbrellas, stained glass and other unique items abound. Of course the store is also packed with thousands of flags for celebrations, sports, animals, parties, colleges, NFL, MLB, NASCAR and year-round holidays.Open Mon.-Sat. 10-6. 230 Monticello Ave. 757 293-3524. Gift certificates are available. THE GENUINE SMITHFIELD HAM SHOPPE Specializes in dry-cured Smithfield and country hams, ham slices, slab and sliced bacons and Paula Deen Collection of WILLIAMSBURG MAGAZINE, MARCH 2011

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Southern sauces, spices, mixes and snacks. Custom gift baskets and shipping of genuine Smithfield Hams! Open Mon.-Sat. 10am-6 pm, Sun. noon-5pm. 224 Main St., Smithfield. 757 357-1798 or 421 Prince George St., Williamsburg. HI-HO SILVER in New Town offers exclusive handmade sterling silver design jewerly from around the world. The store has gained a reputation for offering luxury products at an affordable price. The store also offers natural and semi-precious gemstones , silver-plated gifts and engraveable jewelry. Located at 5114 Main Street in New Town. Call 903-4941. There is also a location

at City Center in Newport News, 757 5918912. Visit HISTORIC ST. LUKE’S GIFT SHOP Offers a wide variety of items including The New Smithfield Cookbook, Smithfield and St. Luke’s and souvenirs, Hubbs Peanuts, sterling silver jewelry, Fair Trade items, Willow Tree Angels, Faberge’ style Cloisonné’, and for children, Made in America toys and books. The Gift Shop is open year round except for the month of January. All proceeds from the St. Luke’s Gift Shop go to Historic St. Luke's Church, a non-profit organization for preservation and continuation of the church.

JOHNSTOWN JEWELERS John Showah, goldsmith and owner has more than 30 years of experience. Selections in gold, platinum, fine color stones, pearls and silver. Full jewelry and watch repair service. All services done on premise, most repairs done within 48 hours. Open daily Mon.-Sat. 10am -5:30 pm. 1781 Jamestown Rd., Suite 160. 757 345-5351 or 866-592-6946. KNITTING SISTERS Features exquisite yarns, a wide selection of hand-painted and designer yarns and the latest in accessories and supplies. Store hours Mon.–Sat., 10 am–5:30pm. The Village Shops at

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LA TIENDA Offers a variety of Spanish foods, including bread made in Galicia and rare specialty hams such as Serrano and Ibérico de Bellota, wine and hand-crafted ceramics. Equipment and ingredient kits for making traditional tapas and paella. Assortment of wines, sherries, olive oils and hand-crafted gifts. 1325 Jamestown Rd., 757 253-1925. LIGHTFOOT MANOR SHOPPE AT PATRIOT PLAZA Offers a large selection of Byers’ Choice, Williamsburg Mementos, Boyd’s Bears, pewter, brass, lamps, Harbour Lights, Ty, Department 56 and much more. On-site custom engraving, gift wrapping, and shipping. Seniors and military discount on Tuesdays. Open 7 days a week, Mon.-Sat., 10am–5pm. and Sun.,1–5pm. 3044 Richmond Rd. 757 220-1805. Fax: 757 220-2349. email: LINDSEY JONES, LTD. Ladies clothing and accessories. Features Multiples, Foxcroft and unique-fun-to-wear jackets, shirts, and sweaters; Fly Flot shoes and designer lookalike jewelry and handbags. Open everyday. 124 Main St., Smithfield. 757 357-9090.

LOVE 2 QUILT & MORE The shop has a multi-talented and fun staff. The fabric collection of over 3,000 bolts is distinguished by large group of “brights” and batiks. The Village Shops at Kingsmill, 757 565-0978. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO A Most Unique Boutique. Williamsburg's premiere place for skin care and cosmetics. The studio offers consignment designer handbags and shoes featuring the most sought-after brands. The studio also offers wigs, turbans, scarves and hats and unique items including the Pouchee, the Card and Coupon Cubbie, Vita Bath, Tweezerman, Zadro mirrors, Sarbez perfume, artistic umbrellas and assorted jewelry. The studio offers ear piercing. Hours are Mon - Fri 10 5:30, Sat 10 - 3 pm. Stop in for a Complimentary Makeover. Mention this ad for 10% off one item!! MORE THAN JUST BEADS Large assortment of stone, semi-precious, freshwater pearl and Swarovski crystal, findings, tools and supplies. Classes are offered and private instruction is available. Mon.-Sat.10 am-7 pm and Sunday. from 1-6 pm. Courthouse St., New Town. 757 229-7499. NAUTICAL DOG Unique home décor, McCall's Candles, gourmet people treats,

dog clothing & accessories, dog bakery and custom bedding. Dogs are always welcome. Main St., New Town. 757 220-2001. NEW CONCEPT GIFTS Located in the Williamsburg Outlet Mall, features excellent prices on all Williamsburg souvenirs and sports memorabilia. Offers an extensive variety of official MLB, NFL and NASCAR merchandise. Route 60 West, Lightfoot. 757 253-0725. QUILTS UNLIMITED Features Baggallini and LeSportsac handbags and accessories, clothing for women and children and Colonial Clothing for the entire family. Great selection of regional handcrafts and gifts, and antique and new quilts. Open 364 days a year. The Henry Street Shops in Merchants Square. 757 253-8700. SAS FACTORY SHOES One of America’s favorite comfort shoe brands. Available in casual and walking styles, handcrafted in the U.S. and are available in five widths with over 70 different sizes for both men and women. Patriot Plaza, Richmond Road. 757 259-7463. SCHMIDT’S FLOWERS & ACCESSORIES Say it with flowers. The store, located in the Gallery Shops on

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Richmond Road has served the area since 1939. You can order online, or call directly for flowers for any occasion. The staff is committed to offering the finest arrangements and gifts, backed by friendly and prompt service. Call 757 229-1665 or SERENDIPITY Offers extensive selection of fade resistant decorative flags featuring Toland, Premier Designs and BreezeArt, USA, NFL, Military and Custom flags, flag poles and accessories. Wide selection of colorful kites, unique 14K gold and sterling silver jewelry and a large selection of magnetic mail box covers. Open early 7 days a week. 7405 Richmond Rd. 757 259-0314. VILLAGE JEWELERS Features 14kt gold, sterling silver jewelry, diamonds, fine in colored stones and fabulous estate jewelry collection. In-house jeweler, Kristopher Salmon, is available for free estimates on jewelry designs, remounts or repairs. Shipping and free gift wrap available. Open 10 am5:30pm, Mon.-Sat. VILLAGE SHOPS AT KINGSMILL. Collection of shops, restaurants and services. An array of gifts, art, jewelry, antiques, home

accessories, fine apparel, collectibles, memorabilia, fine furniture, and pottery are featured. Restaurants feature French, Chinese or Italian cuisine. Route 60, East. 757 2209501. WILLIAMSBURG ANTIQUE MALL, LTD. One of Eastern Virginia’s largest antique center, featuring 45,000 square feet of space & 300+ dealers. A one-story facility with easy handicap accessibility. La Petite Tea Room. Centrally located just off the Route 199 Bypass near the Pottery Factory and outlet centers. Open Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., Noon-5 p.m. Visa and MasterCard accepted. 500 Lightfoot Rd.,Rt. 646. 757 565-3422. WILLIAMSBURG FINE ART offers a variety of fine orginal artwork, quality custom framing and cleaning and restoration services. Williamsburg Fine Arts can provide local, national and international art for home or office from recognized artists, exquisitely framed. Hours are 9:30 a.m-5:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday, evenings and Sundays, by appointment. Call 564-9484 or WILLIAMSBURG OUTLET MALL Save 20% to 70% off everyday retail prices in more than 40 stores. Club Platinum Discounts for those 50 and older at partici-

pating stores. Mon.–Thu. 10am.–8pm, Fri. and Sat. 10am–9pm, and Sun. 10am–6pm. Richmond Rd., Lightfoot. 757 565-3378. WILLIAMSBURG POTTERY FACTORY Everything from gardening products to housewares and gourmet food and wine, custom floral arrangements and silk flowers, candles, baskets, furniture, rugs, lamps and shades. Famous salt glazed pottery is still made on the premises. Award-winning frame shop offers custom framing and expanded art gallery. Sun.- Thurs., 9am–6:30pm; Fri. & Sat., 9am–7pm. Richmond Rd. Lightfoot. 757 564-3326. WILLIAMSBURG WICKER & PATIO SHOPPE Specializes in fine quality Wicker, Rattan (for indoor and outdoor use), and Aluminum furnishings for your sunroom,covered porch, outside patio, or pool area.The store can create a to-scale floor plan for any space in your house. The store is second-generation family-owned and operated and has been in business over 20 years. Located in the historic Norge area of Williamsburg, just minutes from Colonial Williamsburg. Can ship or deliver directly to your home. Open Mon-Sat 9:30-5:30. 7422 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg. 757 565-3620.

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for spring Looking to give your closet some warm weather razzle dazzle? There are several local clothing, accessory and shoe stores that just may have the ticket for adding some zip. It’s amazing what a new outfit, pair or shoes, handbag or other accessory can do in boosting mood and self-confidence. And that goes for guys as well. A new suit, shirt and tie or other accessory can help make you feel your best. Spring means that clothes will be lighter in color and weight. It’s time to shed the turtlenecks and sweaters for shrugs and cute jackets. Area department, speciality and consignment shops may have just what you need to give your wardrobe some flair. Consider picking up a few spring scarves to perk up the neckline, some fun jewelry or a fun light top or swingy skirt. This spring, the world renowned Pantone Color Institute, has picked the Top 10 spring colors. You may want to shop for a few pieces in what they think will be most popular in spring and summer. Honeysuckle – a playful pinkish-red which will flatter most skintones and provide an instant pickme-up. Coral Rose – a spicy, warm sophisticated orange influenced by the colors of Africa and Asia. Beeswax – a warm honeyed yellow reminiscent of Eastern saffron spices. Regatta – a cool vibrant teal-like blue. Lavender – a romantic and subtle lavender hue which combines sweetly with Coral Rose and Beeswax. Blue Curacao – a turquoise blue that evokes images of glistening Caribbean seas and provides a perfect pairing with Honeysuckle. Peapod – a fresh springlike yellowy green which resemble the color of green shoots heralding the onset of spring. WILLIAMSBURG MAGAZINE, MARCH 2011

Silver Peony – this delicate pinky silver hue which provides a backdrop to stronger spring colors. Russet – a soft deep mix of pink and beige reminiscent of the color of Spanish clay. Silver Cloud – a timeless silver hue which is the quintessential neutral that will coordinate easily with any other tone. Trends in shoes include chunky sandals in fun colors, that give height and pizazz for casual to dressy outfits.

TOP FASHION DOS FOR SPRING/SUMMER • Shoes with platform soles, buckles and straps and crazy high heels • Fun handbags • Sunglasses (with transparent glass) • Ethnic-style chain of mammoth proportions and color, often dull stone • Wide bracelets • Natural leather belts and hand bags • Trendy hair accessories • Unique and colorful watches Source: 25

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Marching into another month March is here. Daylight Saving Time begins March 13. Don’t forget to “spring ahead.” March also is the month of wearin’ of the green. St. Patrick’s Day falls on Thursday, March 17. And we have a late Easter this year. That means Ash Wednesday is in March, falling on the 9th. March also holds other interesting observances. The website lists several monthly observances including American Red Cross Month, Bell Peppers and Broccoli Month, National Craft Month, National Kite Month, Optimism Month and Sing With Your Child Month. There are also many weekly observances including National Cheerleading Week 1-7; National Pancake Week, 6-12 and YoYo and Skill Toys Week, 23-27 – Ann Efimetz

MARCH 2 Dr. Seuss Day 4 Toy Soldier Day 8 Mardi Gras 7 Learn What Your Name Means Day 13 Earmuffs Day 15 Ides of March (Et tu, Brute?) 21 Memory Day 22 As Young As You Feel Day 23 National Puppy Day 31 National “She’s Funny That Way” Day



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MARCH 19-20 Jamestown Settlement Military Through the Ages Hundreds of re-enactors spanning the centuries will be participating in this year’s program.


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An adventure of historic proportion is waiting for you—at two livinghistory museums that explore America’s beginnings. Board replicas of colonial ships. Grind corn in a Powhatan Indian village. Try on English armor inside a palisaded fort. Then, join Continental Army soldiers at their encampment for a firsthand look at the Revolution’s end. Don’t forget your camera. Because the history here is life size. And your memories will be even bigger!

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MARCH’S CALENDAR OF EVENTS Smithfield Little Theatre presents "Doubt" February 17-20, 24-27, March 3-6, 210 N. Church Street, Smithfield Directed by James Eanes Shows run Thursday, Friday, Saturday nights and Sunday matinees. Tickets $15. Season tickets available. Evening shows begin at 8 p.m. and Sunday matinees begin at 2:30 p.m. For tickets and information call (757) 357-7338. Tell Me A Story at the Isle of Wight County Museum Tuesday, March 8 from 10:30-11:00 a.m., 103 Main Street in downtown Smithfield This program, geared for children ages 3 to 5, introduces youngsters to the symbols of Isle of Wight and features books, songs and games. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Theme: Trees & flowers. For further information call (757) 356-1223. SmARTs (Smithfield Monthly Arts Stroll) Friday, March 11 from 5:00 until 8:00 p.m. in downtown Smithfield Stroll through the shops of Historic Downtown Smithfield viewing art and listening to music. Participating merchants will display the SmARTs banner outside their shop. SmARTs is free & open to the arts loving public. For further information call (757) 357-7707. “The Civil War Soldier's Trusty Steed” at Boykin's Tavern Saturday, March 12 from 2-4 p.m., 17130 Monument Circle Through crafts and hands-on activities, children ages 7-12 will learn what life was like for members of Civil War soldiers and their mounts. Horses provided soldiers with a number of advantages, but they also needed some specialized care. $10 per child. Registration required. Geared to 1st-5th graders. Registration opens January 31. For further information call (757) 365-9771. Walking Tour of Historic Fort Huger Saturday, March 19 at 10 a.m., 15080 Talcott Terrace Visit this Civil War fort and learn the significance of this gateway to the Confederate capital. For further information call (757) 357-7707.

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Walking Tour of Nike Park Saturday, March 19 at 2:00 p.m., 13036 Nike Park Rd., Carrollton Visit one of the Cold War’s few surviving Army Air-Defense Posts. Local historian Albert Burckard hosts a short presentation and a walking tour of this site which contains the original barracks, mess hall, administration and recreation building, officer/non-commissioned officer family housing, fueling area and underground missile magazines. Event held at Nike Park. For further information call (757) 357-7707. Olde Towne Curb Market's "Spring Has Sprung" Market Saturday, March 26 from 9:00 a.m. until 12 noon, downtown Smithfield This unique market is packed with plenty of produce, handmade goods and features live music every week! The Olde Towne Market is entering its 9th year. The market takes place every Saturday morning throughout the summer, from Memorial Day through Labor Day, in the parking lot behind Bank of Southside Virginia. Specialty markets are held throughout the year as well. For further information call Market Manager, Kristin Wilda at (757) 375-3031. Suites & Airs for Bach's Birthday March 27th at 4 p.m. at Historic St. Luke’s Church. 14477 Benn's Church Boulevard, Smithfield. Performers: Kristina Hill, soprano; Ruth van Baak Griffioen, recorder; Jeffrey Phelps, cello; Tom Marshall, harpsichord A program of Bach arias and dance suites featuring voice, recorder, cello, and harpsichord to commemorate Bach's Birthday. Come join us and enjoy a wonderful hour of beautiful music by a composer lived during a period of time when there was great activity at the Old Brick Church.

DIRECTIONS (via the free Jamestown Ferry) Take the Colonial Parkway or Rt. 31 to the Jamestown/Scotland Ferry. After disembarking, continue on Rt. 31 to the first traffic light. Turn left onto Rt. 10 East. Follow Rt. 10 approximately 18 miles to the next traffic light. Turn left at the light onto Main Street. The Visitors Center is located at 319B Main Street.

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Being a Neighbor Just Got Even Better. Williamsburg Residents* can visit ALL YEAR for only $10 With the purchase of a Good Neighbor annual pass, enjoy all we have planned this year. Benefits include •Unlimited access to Historic Area sites and museums •25% off tickets for most evening programs •Discounts on admission tickets for friends and family •And other seasonal offers, including spa, golf, shopping, and dining discounts Events you’ll want to mark on your calendar •New and favorite activities, like Revolutionary City® events, fife and drum parades, and a variety of historical interpretations •Spring concerts with Anonymous 4 and Jane Krakowski •NEW! Alive after Five, featuring exciting evening programs all summer long •Dining events, like Wine, Wit, and Wisdom and the Friday Night Seafood Feast

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HERE IS WHAT WE RECOMMEND YOU SEE! Is this your first Colonial Williamsburg visit or your first visit in a long time? Here are sites we recommend you see: The Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg (Allow at least an hour) The DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum features world-class English and American silver, ceramics, paintings, prints and textiles dating from 1600 to 1830. The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum is the first museum dedicated solely to American folk art in the United States. Peyton Randolph House (Allow 45 minutes) Home to one of Virginia’s leading politicians, this was the site of important social and political gatherings. The backyard shows the range of work undertaken by enslaved men and women and their interaction with the white household. Cabinetmaker (Allow 30 minutes) Highly skilled cabinetmakers design, build and finish furniture and instruments from desks, chairs and coffins. Courthouse (Allow 20 minutes) County and city courts provided local justice both in civil and criminal cases. Participate in a wide variety of court trials in which lives, liberties and property come into contest. Magazine (Allow 30 minutes) The Magazine, Williamsburg’s arsenal, was the warehouse for gunpowder and firearms belonging to the colony and Commonwealth of Virginia. Printing Office and Bookbindery (Allow 20 minutes) Printed items such as newspapers, political notices and manuals played a key role in the spread of information before and during the Revolution. Silversmith (Allow 30 minutes) Skilled workers at the Golden Ball make jewelry, bowls, coffeepots and other items of precious metals. Wigmaker (Allow 20 minutes) At this shop, guests can watch as accomplished hands style hair and weave wigs from a wide variety of materials. Colonial Evening Performances (Additional tickets required) The fun in Colonial Williamsburg doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. During “Ghosts Amongst Us,” meet the ghosts of Williamsburg that still roam today. Determine the guilt or innocence of the “Virginia witch” during “Cry Witch.” Help keep alive the songs and dances adapted from the West Africans in the colonial American period during “African American Music.” Enjoy the type of variety show that entertained George Washington and Thomas Jefferson during “A Grand Medley of Entertainments.” Stop by any Colonial Williamsburg ticket office to make reservations for evening programs. For more information on Colonial Williamsburg’s programs, visit our website at

© 2011 The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Adapted from “Colonial Williamsburg This Week.” Printed with permission.

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Fresh produce, blooms galore You know spring is right around the corner when the Williamsburg Farmers Market returns. This month, there is one market scheduled for 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Saturday, March 12. Things really get hopping for the new season beginning April 2. That’s when markets will run 8 a.m.-noon on Saturdays through Oct. 29. Some 30 producers and vendors will sell a variety of products including, produce, clams, oysters, cut flowers, organic vegetables, herbs, orchids, baked goods, free range chickens, pork sausage, fish, herbal and goat’s milk bath products, fresh bread and eggs. Market manager Libbey Oliver, said the market usually draws about 1,000 people each week, depending on the season and the weather. Folks travel from near and far, many faithfully. “Folks are regulars even if they aren’t locals,” Oliver said recently. “We have people coming from Virginia Beach, Northern Virginia and Gloucester who make regular trips here.”

People respond to the atmosphere of the market, which combines food, entertainment and culinary demonstrations. “People know that they can depend on very good quality of food and wonderful connections with the farmers,” Oliver said. “And they like the ambiance of the music and the chef tent with demonstrations, all in the nice setting of Merchants Square.” People like the variety of products offered. “We are always trying to have something new and different, as well as the standard things that you can count on,” Oliver said. Even when the weather isn’t optimum, people still make it a point to visit. “Even last fall when it was pretty chilly, you can’t stop people from coming,” she said. – Ann Efimetz

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Quilting Fabrics Notions • Classes Over 3,000 bolts of fabric including contemporary, Asian, traditional, reproductions, batiks and novelties.

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A celebration in music The Virginia Arts Festival will be here in just a couple months. Tickets for the popular “Festival Williamsburg,” are already on sale. Festival Williamsburg is part of the Virginia Arts Festival’s 15th anniversary season and has become an important aspect of the overall festival. In the past, audiences have been treated to some extraordinary talents including Patti LuPone and Kelli O’Hara. Festival Williamsburg events are scheduled over the Memorial Day weekend, primarily at the Williamsburg Lodge. Pianist Andre-Michel Schub will open the local events at 10:30 a.m., May 26 at the Williamsburg Winery.

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dining guide

AMERICAN 415 GRILL American dining at reasonable prices, located close to the Historic Area. Diverse menu including soups and salads. Free parking in the hotel garage. Williamsburg Hospitality House Hotel, 415 Richmond Rd. 757 229-4020 JM RANDALLS, CLASSIC AMERICAN GRILL Features food, fun, blues and jazz in a great atmosphere. JM Randalls is a great night spot which features quality entertainment and a diverse menu. It’s called “Williamsburg’s Home of the Blues.” Open daily. Check the website for a complete schedule of events. Olde Towne Square, Longhill Road OLD CHICKAHOMINY HOUSE The restaurant offers delicious home cooked food and unique gift items. The Cellar is now open for groups. Restaurant is open for breakfast: Mon.-Thu. 8:30-10:30a.m., Fri-Sun. 7:30-10:30a.m. and lunch:11:30a.m. -2:30p.m. Store hours: 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. 1211 Jamestown Rd. 757 229-4689 ROCCO’S SMOKEHOUSE GRILL Babyback & St. Louis-style ribs, pulled pork, pulled chicken, beef brisket. Family prices, children's menu, private banquet facilities

Vietnamese (pho), Hong Kong style noodles & wonton soup. Kingsgate Greene Shopping Center 757 229-2288 or 229-8899.

and private breakfast buffets. Large parties and tour groups welcome. Open every day for lunch and dinner. 207 Bypass Rd. 757 253-8550


SEASONS RESTAURANT & TAVERN Seasons features a diverse menu featuring a variety of ribs, steak, chicken, pasta, seafood and salad dishes. Try the Sunday Brunch with a fantastic assortment of dishes, serving from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Open: Mon.-Sat., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m.-10 p.m. 110 South Henry St. 757 259-0018

OFF THE VINE MARKET, INC. Off the Vine Market features fresh harvested local and regional fares, a la carte entrees of meats, mountain trout, natural and organic produce, free range and organic eggs and prepared meals. Convenient pick-up sites, or order online and have it delivered. 757 879-2242.

STEPHANOS Offers New York-style pizza brimming with favorite toppings. There are also hot, oven-baked sandwiches prepared with fresh meats, pizza by-the-slice, salads and deli-type sub sandwiches. Eat outdoors on the patio, weather permitting. Football Sundays. Merchants Square, 110 S. Henry Street. 757 476-8999

ICE CREAM BEN & JERRY'S Vermont’s finest all natural ice cream, frozen yogurt & sorbet. Smoothies, sundaes, shakes, malts, floats and ice cream cakes for all occasions. More than 34 euphoric flavors. Visa & MasterCard accepted. Located in Premium Outlets, 5699-18 Richmond Rd. 757 259-9044

CHINESE PEKING RESTAURANT, MONGOLIAN GRILL AND JAPANESE RESTAURANT Buffet for lunch and dinner includes Mongolian grill, vegetable bar, Hong Kong style Dim-Sum and Chinese buffet. All-youcan-eat Japanese Hibachi steak, sushi,

ITALIAN ANTONIO’S RISTORANTE ITALIANO Antonio’s Ristorante Italiano offers a full Italian menu including traditional and

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European style pizzas, subs and great specialty dishes. Dine in, or take out service available. Open Sun.-Thu., 11a.m.-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Free delivery 4 p.m. to closing. 801 East Merrimac Trail, JamesYork Plaza Shopping Center. 757 258-5300. FRANCESCO’S RISTORANTE ITALIANO Chef Francesco has more than 18 years of experience preparing traditional Italian favorites. Chef’s specials, vegetarian options and children’s menu. Open daily for lunch & dinner. Pavilion Shops, 6524-D Richmond Rd. 757 345-0557

415 Richmond Rd. at Scotland St. in the

Williamsburg Hospitality House hotel 757-229-4020 Open 7 days Mon.–Fri.: 11:30am to 10pm

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MAURIZIO’S RISTORANTE ITALIANO Authentic taste of the Old World since 1994. Restaurant features Italian dishes and genuine, sincere hospitality. Open 7 days a week. Party room available. Not affiliated with any other restaurant. 264 East McLaws Circle, Festival Marketplace. 757 229-0337

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antiques & consignments guide

BACK IN THE DAY ANTIQUES & UNIQUES The area’s newest Antique Mall featuring vendors with a range of offerings, including furniture, glassware, antiques, jewelry and unique gifts. Conveniently located between Williamsburg and Richmond, in Providence Forge. 4 miles off I-64, Exit 214 or 60W, right on Courthouse Rd. (Rt. 155) (from Williamsburg). Open Mon.-Sat. 10 am-5 pm 3610-B N. Courthouse Rd., Providence Forge, VA 23140. 804 966-9395. CHICKADEE'S Offers a delightful array of furniture, accents and home décor. New items arrive daily. Chickadee’s is located in the Pavilion Shops at 6514 Richmond Rd. 757 645-3365. CLASSIC CONSIGNMENTS FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES Offers a changing selection of transitional and traditional wood and upholstered furniture, lamps, accessories, china, glassware, artwork and carpets. Open Mon.–Sat., 10am- 5pm. The Village Shops at Kingsmill. 757 2201790. DOVETAIL ANTIQUES Voted one of the “Best of Williamsburg” for 2010. You can find the finest selection of American/European furniture, porcelain, glassware, quilts and other country items in the Williamsburg area. DoveTail has a variety of 100+ antique clocks plus excellent 19th century music boxes and pocket watches. Visit the new 3,000 sq.ft. location at 6588 Richmond Rd., just to the


left of the NY Deli on Rt. 60. 757 565-5600. HERITAGE ANTIQUES This is a stop you definitely don’t want to miss on your visit to Smithfield! This beautiful antique store is filled with furniture from end to end! You will find antiques dating from 1800 on up. Many accessories fill the store, and you will find a large array of Period Lighting. The store is open Thursday through Saturday, but call first on other days and you will be able to see the store by appointment. 903 S. Church St., Smithfield. 757 356-1055. HIGH COTTON, LTD. Specializing in turn-of-the century antiques and estate linens. Bedroom and dining room displays of furniture, crystal, china, silver and fine linens. Offering European Laundry Service for all your fine linens. Currently buying and consigning. Open Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Village Shops at Kingsmill. 1915 Pocahontas Trail, A2. Route 60 East. 757 258-3300. NEXT TO NEW CONSIGNMENTS Offers a variety of furniture, home décor handbags and jewelry sure to provide the ideal accent for any room in the house. The store accepts consignments daily and offers convenient pickup and delivery. Located in the Gallery Shops on Richmond Road in Lightfoot. Open Mon-Sat 10 am-5 pm. 757 229-7370.

SUGAR & SPICE CONSIGNMENT BOUTIQUE It’s a beautiful day to visit Gammi’s store. She has clothes and toys galore. Come on by and see what she’s got, if you’re looking for great prices, this is the spot. Thank you for supporting us for 21 years. Newborn-Junior, Maternity. Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. Richmond Rd in the Pavillion Shops 757 220-1661. THE WARDROBE Specializing in women’s designer clothing, accessories, purses and shoes. Lines include Brighton, Chicos, Escada, Flax, Gucci, Misook; plus vintage clothing, estate and fine jewelry, decorative items. Monday-Saturday 11am-5pm. The Village Shops at Kingsmill. 757 2200778 WEST POINT ANTIQUES Seven blocks down the tree-lined Main Street of historic West Point, Virginia, you will find one of the most diverse arrays of antiques and collectibles dealers in the area. West Point Antiques offers friendly, relaxed, and personalized service and the wares of 35+ dealers neatly arranged around our 4,000 sq. ft. shop. Antiques, retro kitchenware, glassware, china, furniture, vintage linens, books, photography, they have it all! Open daily. Visa and MasterCard accepted. 706 Main St. I-64 Exit 220, West Point. 804 843-4369.

Happy Spring!

Consignment Shop for Women & Men

WINTER CLEARANCE! Spring items arriving daily. Great deals on men’s clothing! Come in and check us out!

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Mon. 11-5; Tues–Sat. 10–5 170-A Second Street (located across from Carpet Gallery)

Williamsburg, VA 23185 757-220-2119 JoAnne Satchell, Owner



MEDEXPRESS URGENT CARE WILLIAMSBURG 120 Monticello Ave. at Richmond Rd. 757 564-DOCS (3627) COLONIAL COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER 757 220-3200 FIRST MED OF WILLIAMSBURG 312 Second St. 757 229-4141 RIVERSIDE URGENT CARE John Tyler Hwy. 757 220-8300 RENAL ADVANTAGE DIALYSIS CENTER 757 229-5890 POST OFFICES N. BOUNDARY STREET 757 229-0838 MONTICELLO AVENUE 757 564-7641 LIGHTFOOT 757 565-2103 NORGE 757 564-3134 TOANO 757 566-1328 EMERGENCY NUMBERS ALL EMERGENCIES dial 911 STATE POLICE 800 582-8350 VA POISON CENTER 800 222-1222 COAST GUARD 757 484-8192 or 877 722-5727


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29 Antique Dealers offering Antiques, Furniture, Glassware, Jewelry and Unique Gifts Official Yankee Candle Dealer


Mon.-Sat.10am-5pm 3610-B N. Courthouse Rd. Providence Forge, VA 23140 • 4 miles off I-64, Exit 214 • 60W right on Courthouse Rd. (Rt. 155) (from Williamsburg) “Come Find Your Treasure”

Antique shops… the ultimate recycling source Thank you for voting us the #1 Best of Williamsburg Antique Store (Mall) 706 main street • west point

804-843-4369 open daily

Announcing The Virginia Gazette’s

10th Annual Antique Show & Flea Market Saturday, May 7, 8am-3pm New Location at High Street at 1430 Richmond Road


To become a vendor or for more info. call 757-253-8126. WILLIAMSBURG MAGAZINE, MARCH 2011


newcomer’s guide

CAR CARE BUGGY BATHE AUTO WASH, LUBE & DETAIL SHOPPE TM Full-service wash, lube & detail shop. Six packages available. Oil changes in the Quick Lube Center. Appointments not necessary. Open 7 days a week, rain or shine. 2217 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg. 757 220-9315 EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES ADULT ED/GED PROGRAM – WJCC PUBLIC SCHOOL The Adult Ed Program serves individuals 18+ who are interested in earning their GED certificate. ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes are also offered. Classes are free and the GED exam is offered monthly ($45). Go online to to find out more. All that is required is your time, interest and desire for learning. 4615 Opportunity Way, Williamsburg 757 565-9179 THE KENSINGTON SCHOOL located at 3000 Easter Circle, offers a safe, nurturing and developmentally appropriate environment for infant, toddler and pre-school age children. The school’s focus is to provide and educational experience which promotes each child’s social/emotional, physical and cognitive development. Hours are 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Children may attend on a part-time or


full-time basis. Full and half day programs are available. Call 645-2047 or e-mail FURNITURE & HOME ACCESSORIES THE SHOPS AT CAROLINA FURNITURE The Shops at Carolina Furniture of Williamsburg consists of eight stores on one campus, all offering custom furniture at 30% to 60% off retail. Peruse more than 400 names of luxury furniture at, 5425 Richmond Road, Williamsburg, or at ORIENTAL RUG MARTPERSIAN RUGS Visit their NEW LOCATION and save 50-75% on over 1,200 new and antique handmade oriental rugs. Wool and silks from Persia, India, Pakistan and China. Sizes from 2’ X 3’ up to 12’ X 18’. The BEST prices in town! 6528 Richmond Rd. Route 60, Williamsburg. 757 565-2065. HEALTH CARE MEDEXPRESS URGENT CARE WILLIAMSBURG Local owner physicians are board certified in emergency medicine treating illness and injury. No appointments, no long waits. On-site X-ray, IVs, EKG, lab & minor surgery. Open 7 days a week, 9 a.m.–9 p.m. 120 Monticello Ave. at Richmond Rd. 757 564-DOCS (3627) WILLIAMSBURG SALT SPA The salt cave has salt imported from Poland, imalaya

and the Dead Sea, which creates a micro-climate containing negative ions which contribute to health. Sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, bromine and iodine are released into the air and absorbed into the body through inhalation. Gift certificates available. 1111 Old Colony Lane 757 229-1022. REAL ESTATE BRAEMAR CREEK @ GREENSPRINGS PLANTATION The Plantation Group in partnership with The Franciscus Company, Inc. offer the condominium community, Braemar Creek at Greensprings Plantation. The community will be comprised of two separate collections of homes. One, two, and three bedrooms, sunrooms, media rooms, downstairs bedrooms and garages are some of the features showcased in 12 models. The interest list is now forming at GARY BYRD He can help whether you are relocating or buying a second home. Relocation packages and available property listings by request. William E. Wood & Associates Realty. 757 303-0523. 800-5240992. E-mail: CAPITOL LANDING GREEN A residential re-development located one block from Colonial Williamsburg. The newest energy-


CENTURY 21 NACHMAN REALTY Military and corporate relocation specialists serving southeastern Va. and northeastern N.C. Family-owned and operated for over 50 years. 9 full service offices including property management services. 800 369-8206 HERITAGE COMMONS At Heritage Commons, you’ll find retirement living fun, secure and comfortable. Since their apartments are 100% rental, there are no large buy-in or financial commitments required. Schedule a tour and select your new apartment today! 236 Commons Way, Williamsburg. 888 424-3481. Hearing impaired: 800 828-1120. THE SETTLEMENT AT POWHATAN CREEK Williamsburg’s premier custom home community for adults 55+. Swimming, tennis, community activities. Homes starting in the $300,000’s (special financing available). 4101 Monticello Ave., Williamsburg 757 645-3000 or 866 7799976


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efficient construction features 2 restored homes, 10 new single family homes and 4 duplex homes, all with maintained yards. For pre-construction sales and information, call 757 876-1250 or visit

A New Look is waiting for you!


If you’re relocating or buying a second home, I can help! • Homes • Townhomes • Condos • Golf Properties • Waterfront Homes


A “New York State of Mind”

Debby & Dennis Minnella, Salon Owners Williamsburg Business Center 5000 New Point Rd., suite 3102

Call me for a “free” relocation package and available properties listing.


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1101 Richmond Road Williamsburg, VA 23185 757-220-8205 Office 800-369-8206 Toll Free Each office independently owned & operated

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ing, permanent waving/texturizing and formal event hair. Walk-ins welcome, appointments recommended. Open Tues-Thurs 108. Fri 10-5. Sat 9-3. 1781 Jamestown Rd., Suite 150. 757 645-2683


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POSH SALON BY FRIEDA CHARRON Conveniently located in the Monticello Marketplace. Frieda Charron has 40 years of experience & continues to train in "state of the art" techniques in cutting, styling, perming and coloring and transfers this knowledge to the Posh Styling Staff. Posh partners with AVEDA Professional Hair care & Coloring Products. 4680-18C Monticello Ave. Monticello Marketplace. 757 253-7674

SALON 109 A full-service salon located in the Colony Square Shopping Center on Jamestown Road. Offering styling, coloring, highlights, perms and waxing. 109 Colony Square, Jamestown Rd. 757 229-0236 SALON NEW YORK Debby and Dennis Minnella of Salon New York have brought their unique styling talent to Williamsburg. Both have studied with prominent New York hair designers and bring a new dimension to local hair fashion. Williamsburg Business Center, 5000 New Point Rd. 757 220-9181

RAPUNZEL'S HAIR STUDIO An awardwinning hair color salon specializing in total hair care including custom cuts, hair color, highlights/low-lights, Keratin hair straighten-

WE’LL CUT YOU Offers a variety of options including new and traditional cuts, color, foils, straightening and up-dos. The salon also does waxing. Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday. Call 564-1805 or



Compassionate Health Care Hospital Care • Boarding Dale H. Sprenkel, DVM, Owner Mon-Fri 7:30am-6pm Closed Mon 2:30-3:40pm Saturday 7:30am-12pm

TRANSPORTATION TRIANGLE TAXI Visiting our area and need to get around town? Are you a local who needs a lift to a shopping area or appointment? Triangle Taxi offers guaranteed advance registration, special rates to all area airports and 24-hour pick up and drop 7297 Richmond Road, Norge 757-564-9815

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VETERINARY SERVICES NOAH’S ARK VETERINARY HOSPITAL is a full-service veterinary medical facility located on Richmond Road in Norge. The hospital features a professional and courteous staff which seeks to provide the best possible care for pets. It is open Mon.-Sat. 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. (closed Mon. 2:30-3:40 p.m.) and Sun. 7:30 a.m.-noon. Call 5649815.

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Experience at work Gary Byrd has been the real estate industry for some 30 years. During that time, he has been involved in nearly 1,000 real estate transactions. He puts his experience to work each day, helping clients buy and sell homes, assisting in every aspect from contract to closing. One of the best parts of his job is ensuring the process has a positive result. “It is always satisfying to see my clients with a smile on their face at the closing table,” Byrd said recently. He added that people might not realize how much goes into the successful completion of any transaction. “Making the sale can sometimes be the easy part,” Byrd said. “There are many more things that have to be done after a sale like home inspection, termite inspection, appraisals and the problems that can come into play. Realtors are directly involved in each of these things.” Byrd said that the downturn in the economy adversely affected the local and national real estate market. He feels that we are in “a slow recovery.” “Although things have been tough the last few years, our area fared better than most,” he said. “Hopefully as we work through this year and near 2012, things will start progressing to a better market.”

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area maps


68 J. Fenton Gallery


46 The Clothes Tree



13 DoveTail Antiques


30 Heritage Antiques


38 High Cotton, Ltd.


16 Historic Jamestowne


30 Genuine Smithfield Ham Shoppe Smithfield

28 Jamestown Settlement


22 Hi-Ho Silver

15 The Original “Ghosts of Williamsburg” Candlelight Tours (C-5) Yorktown Battlefields


28 Yorktown Victory Center


14 Historic Yorktown


26 Pirate’s Cove


33 Colonial Williamsburg

Historic Area


29 Johnstown Jewelers


39 Knitting Sisters 29 La Tienda 21 Lightfoot Manor Shoppe


13 Next to New Consignments



41 Sugar & Spice



38 The Wardrobe


31 Lindsey Jones, Ltd.


39 Love 2 Quilt & More



47 West Point Antiques


20 Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio


49 Buggy Bathe


22 More than just Beads


67 Braemar Creek


36 Williamsburg Winery


22 Nautical Dog


49 Gary Byrd

44 Colonial Heritage


59 New Concept Gifts


10 Capitol Landing Green

65 Busch Gardens 65 Water Country USA


68 Quilts Unlimited


20 SAS Factory Shoes


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DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum Colonial Williamsburg Muscarelle Museum of Art at College of William & Mary

48 MedExpress Urgent Care


28 Prince George Art & Frame


30 Historic St. Luke’s Church


Watermen’s Museum

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York County Historical Museum 16 Virginia Living Museum 31 Boykins Tavern Museum

38 Village Shops at Kingsmill 47 Williamsburg Antique Mall, Ltd. 13 Williamsburg Fine Art 58 Williamsburg Outlet Mall 24 Williamsburg Wicker


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19 Antonio’s


43 Backfin Seafood Restaurant 45 Ben & Jerry's

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57 JM Randalls


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45 Off the Vine Market

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66 Rocco’s Smokehouse Grill


66 Sal's by Victor


43 Seasons Restaurant & Tavern


43 Stephanos


ANTIQUES & CONSIGNMENTS 40 Chickadee's 39 Classic Consignments


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50 W-JCC Adult Education


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41 Francesco’s

47 Back in the Day


49 Salon New York

44 415 Grill

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3 Peking Restaurant

15 Art-cade Gallery of Art

58 The Bottom Line


40 Oriental Rug Mart


42 Plaza Azteca

15 The Bizarre Bazaar

50 Noah’s Ark


29 Old Chickahominy House

20 Amish Country Products

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51 Heritage Commons 50 The Kensington School



49 Century 21 Nachman Realty

27 Serendipity


22 New Town Art Gallery


13 Schmidt’s Flowers & Accessories 26(C-3)

38 Village Jewelers 13 A Touch of Earth

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Providence Forge 23(C-3)

61 Bruton Parish Church


61 Calvary Chapel Williamsburg


61 Faith Baptist Church


61 First Church of Christ, Scientist


61 Hickory Neck Episcopal Church


61 Jamestown Presbyterian Church


61 King of Glory Lutheran Church


61 New Town United Methodist Church


61 St. Bede Catholic Church


61 St. Olaf Catholic Church


61 St. Peter’s Reformed Episcopal


61 Temple Bet El of Williamsburg


61 Wellspring United Methodist Church


61 Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists


61 Williamsburg United Methodist Church (F-8)



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arts & entertainment

The following is a partial list of some of the area cultural offerings for the month.

DEWITT WALLACE DECORATIVE ARTS MUSEUM, COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG “Fashion Accessories from Head to Toe” Features costume accessories from the late seventeenth through the early nineteenth century.

EWELL CONCERT SERIES Sufi and Classical Music of Istanbul with Eymen Gurtan 8 p.m., March 19 Ewell Recital Hall, W&M Free admission

ABBY ALDRICH ROCKEFELLER FOLK ART MUSEUM Material Witnesses: Quilts and Their Makers” features textiles from Virginia to the Polynesian Islands

WILLIAMSBURG SYMPHONIA Masterworks Concert #3 8 p.m., March 21-22 Kimball Theatre

VIRGINIA SYMPHONY Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony 8 p.m., Thursday, March 17 St. Bede Catholic Church THEATRE


WILLIAMSBURG PLAYERS “The Lion in Winter” Opens March 24 Call 229-0431 for reservations

The Irish Rovers Tuesday, March 1 at 7:30 p.m. Tango Buenos Aires Friday, March 4 at 8 p.m. CONCERTS WILLIAMSBURG CHORAL GUILD “Experience the Joy” Williamsburg United Methodist Church 4 p.m., Sunday, March 6

ART THIS CENTURY ART GALLERY N. Boundary Street Through March 25 Linda Carey, pastels Charmaine Jackson/Encircle Designs, lampwork glass beads and jewelry. Opens March 29 Linda Hartman, ink on metal/mixed media Upstairs Gallery, Flowers and Gardens MUSCARELLE MUSEUM OF ART Lamberson Hall at the College of William & Mary, After the Fall of the Berlin Wall: Report from No Man’s Land Through April 3 56

WILLIAMSBURG BAPTIST CHURCH CONCERT SERIES American Youth Harp Ensemble 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 26 Williamsburg Baptist Church, Richmond Road. CHAMBER MUSIC SOCIETY OF WILLIAMSBURG Audobon String Quartet 8 p.m., Tuesday, March 8 Williamsburg Regional Library Theater

Virginia Symphony Orchestra Prokofiev and Brahms Friday, March 11 at 8 p.m. Russian National Ballet’s “Sleeping Beauty” Sunday, March 20 at 2 p.m. Russian National Ballet’s “Romeo & Juliet” Sunday, March 20 at 8 p.m. Virginia Symphony Orchestra Piano Fireworks Friday, March 25 at 8 p.m The Wizard of Oz Sunday, March 27 at 3 p.m. FESTIVALS JEWISH FILM FESTIVAL Kimball Theatre March 26-27, “The Infidel


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ciate the amount of fine restaurants there are to choose from. People also like our proximity to the beach, mountains, Richmond and Washington.” When he isn’t in the office, you may find him on the golf course, which he wishes he had more time for. “And there is always something around the house I can do to keep me busy,” he added. Byrd said full retirement isn’t for him, at least not anywhere in the foreseeable future. “I get antsy if I don’t get to the office at least every other day,” he said. “I would hope that in ten years I may be semi-retired, and have a little more time for family and a little more time for golf.” – Ann Efimetz


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“An Evening with Chick Corea and Gary Burton” is scheduled for 8 p.m., Friday, May 27 in the Virginia Room of the Williamsburg Lodge. The jazz legends have collaborated for the past 35 years. The contemporary swing revival band “Big Bad Voodoo Daddy,” will perform at 8 p.m., Saturday, May 28 in the Virginia Room. Festival Williamsburg will cap with a pair of performances by Tony Award-winner Jane Krakowski at 5:30 and 8 p.m., Sunday, May 29 in the Virginia Room. Krakowski was the winner of the 2003 Tony Award for her role in the Broadway musical “Nine,” opposite Antonio Banderas. She has also appeared on the popular TV show, “30 Rock.” To order tickets visit

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the pulpit

Williamsburg Christian Church Fred Liggin recently became the lead minister at Williamsburg Christian Church on John Tyler Lane. The picturesque church seemed the right fit for Liggin whose goal in serving the people of his church is simple.

“I want to love fully, live passionately and give freely of my life to every person that comes my way,” Liggin said. The community of faith has embraced Liggin and his family, and has made his transition smooth and joyful. “They have been greater than we could have imagined,” he said. “This church has authentically loved me, my wife, Alison, and son, Ian, in ways that we could not have imagined. They have become family for us.” Liggin said there are goals within the church, which he is helping the congregation meet. Members are working to bring the message of Jesus more deeply to each other and to those who live in our community. He feels God can work in every life and make what has been broken, whole again. “No matter what you have done or where you have been, God isn’t through with you yet,” he said. “There is hope. There is joy. There is grace. There is life. These things do not come to us because of right

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Location 200 John Tyler Lane Phone 253-1314 Website Lead Minister Fred Liggin Staff Dave Faith, associate minister; Garrett Laubscher, youth and family minister. Worship schedule Sunday, 9 and 10:45 a.m. Children and youth gather at 10:45 a.m. Church mission statement “Joined in God’s pursuit of restoring lives.” Church outreach ministries active with Grove Christian Outreach Center, Vibrant Life, area nursing homes, and church community groups which love and serve many different area neighborhoods. Photos by Ann Efimetz



CALVARY CHAPEL WILLIAMSBURG Teaching verse by verse through the Bible 5609 Richmond Rd (Enter off Olde Towne Rd. behind Food Lion)

Sunday Service: 10:30am; Wednesday Service: 7pm Nursery, Childrens, Youth sevices available Office: (757) 342-6932, FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 4107 Rochambeau Drive- (757) 566-0456 SS: 9:30am; Sun. services: 10:30am & 6:30pm Wed.: Bible Study & Prayer meeting: 7:00pm Nursery provided-all services - Dr. Michael R. Privett, Pastor • FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST 620 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, VA Services and Sunday School: 11am, Wed.: 7:30pm Public Reading Room- 626 Jamestown Rd. (757)229-3805 Sun. Radio: 790AM (WNIS)-8:05am; 740AM (WMBG)-10am • HICKORY NECK EPISCOPAL CHURCH 8300 Richmond Rd, Toano, 23168, (757)566-0276 Sunday: Holy Eucharist 8:00am, 9am, 11:15am. Sunday School 10:15 Youth Group 6:00 pm Wednesday: Holy Eucharist 8pm Historic Chapel used regularly •

ST. OLAF CATHOLIC CHURCH 104 Norge Lane, Williamsburg • (757) 564-3819, fax (757) 565-1099 e-mail – Mass-Sat. 5:30pm, Sun. 8 & 10am, Tue 5pm Wed. & Thur. noon, confessions Sat. 4:30pm

WILLIAMSBURG UNITARIAN UNIVERSALISTS IMAGINE a religion that embraces many different beliefs...including yours! Sunday worship 9:15am and 11:15am 3051 Ironbound Road (757) 220-6830,

ST. PETER’S REFORMED EPISCOPAL Call for directions: (757) 634-1151 Sun: Worship, Holy Eucharist- 10am, Fellowship 11am Wed: Evening Prayer- 6:30pm; Bible Study 7:30pm Visit us at Rev. Burlyn Rogers, Vicar – Rev. Mark E. Hanna, Deacon

WILLIAMSBURG UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 500 Jamestown Road at Cary Street, Williamsburg Sunday Worship: 8:15 & 11am, Sunday School for all ages at 9:30am. Childcare Provided Rev. Dr. Bill Jones • Rev. Allie Rosner (757) 229.1771,

TEMPLE BETH EL OF WILLIAMSBURG Rabbi: David Katz 600 Jamestown Road at Indian Springs Road Fri. Night Service: 7:30pm; Sat. Morning Service: 10am Sunday School: 9:30am Office: (757) 220-1205,

Reaching and Enriching your life in Christ Worship on Sundays 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m. (Nursery care provided throughout the morning) Sunday School (Nursery–High School) 9:30 a.m.

WELLSPRING UNITED METHODIST CHURCH “To Jesus Cares” Rev. Edward Hopkins 4871 Longhill Road (757) 258-5008 Sunday morning worship: 8:45 Traditional & 11am Contemporary Service

Adult Bible Classes 9:30 a.m., 11 a.m.

KING OF GLORY LUTHERAN CHURCH 4897 Longhill Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188 (757) 258-9701 • Rev. Bill Harmon, Pastor

CHURCH continued JAMESTOWN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 3287 Ironbound Rd., Williamsburg, (757)229-5445 Pastor: Rev. Danny Klein; Music Dir: Robert Hodge Sunday: Adult Church School: 9:30am, Worship:10:30am Children’s Church: 10:45am Nursery Available during worship and other activities KING OF GLORY LUTHERAN CHURCH 4897 Longhill Rd., (757) 258-9701 Rev. Bill Harmon, Pastor • Sun.Worship: 8, 9:30 & 11am, Nursery Care provided Adult Bible Classes: 9:30 and 11am Sunday School: Nursery- High School 9:30am NEW TOWN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 5209 Monticello Ave., (757) 258-1072 Sunday worship: 8:30 & 11am (nursery provided) Sunday school (all ages) 9:45am Wednesday Healing Service: 6 p.m. ST. BEDE CATHOLIC CHURCH 3686 Ironbound Rd., Williamsburg 23188 (757) 229-3631, Mass Schedule: (757) 258-7777 Mass: Sat. 5:30pm; Sun. 7:15, 9 & 11am; 5pm Daily Mass: Mon.–Fri. 9am


beliefs or right actions, religion or moralism. They come to us because there is a savior, king and lord and His name is Jesus. He has done what we cannot.” Liggin said the church members focus on being “church” everyday, not just on Sundays. “At Williamsburg Christian Church, we want to exist as if we were a gift, sent by God to make His presence in this area tangible,” he said. “For us, it is time to follow Jesus into the hard places, difficult situations and hurting lives in practical ways. It is time for us to lives as people who are learning what it means to give our lives away for God and His redemptive and restorative mission in Jesus Christ.” Liggin said the call to discipleship guides all the programs and ministries of the church.

“We will be a people joined with God in His pursuit of restoring lives through the gospel, and in God’s grace, seek to make a tangible difference in our city,” he said. Members are involved in mission initiatives including Grove Christian Outreach, Vibrant Life Ministries, youth and children’s ministries and small groups. In fact, children’s ministry has been expanded to better serve families. “We are committed to equipping parents to raise their children the way God has called them to,” Liggin said. “So, we need to create environments and dynamic structures within our church to support that effort in exciting, meaningful, theologically rich and practical ways.” – Ann Efimetz 61

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BRUTON PARISH EPISCOPAL CHURCH 331 Duke of Gloucester Street, Williamsburg, (757) 229-2891 Sunday Worship: 7:30am, 9:15am, 11:15am & 5:30pm Sunday School & Child Care at Parish House at 9am Noonday Prayer (Mon.-Sat); Holy Eucharist (11am Wed.)

Here’s a great shortcut, and likely one only locals know about. If you are in the vicinity of the James York Plaza and need to get to Hubbard Lane (which will take you to Queens Lake and the Colonial Parkway) try the access road located at the back, right of the plaza (same side as Dollar Tree). Zip down the short road and are on Hubbard Lane. Other shortcuts we have featured: • Parkway Drive to Parkway • Route 5 to Richmond • Lafayette to England Street • Olde Towne Road to 199 exchange • The Williamsburg Trolley • Jamestown-Scotland Ferry • John Tyler Lane • Ironbound at Sandy Bay Road • Old News Road to News Road • Governor Berkeley to Longhill Road • Mt. Vernon and Richmond Road • News Road • Monticello Avenue, extended • Rochambeau Road • Route 143 to Newport News 62

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around town

Save time, distance • Old Mooretown Road to new Mooretown Road • Access road behind Williamsburg Shopping Center • Ireland Street • Airport Road to Rochambeau and Merrimac Trail • Greensprings Road to Route 5 • Colonial Parkway (either direction) • N. Henry Street to Route 199 • Penniman Road to Route 143 • Route 199 (Humelsine Parkway) • Waller Street to Capitol Landing Road. • Compton Drive to Ukrop Way to Jamestown Road through the College of William & Mary. • Ironbound to Monticello Avenue. • Treyburn Drive (off Ironbound Road) to Monticello Avenue. • Bypass Road to Parkway Drive. • Mooretown Road to shopping centers and Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center. Do you have a favorite shortcut? E-mail – Ann Efimetz


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Meeting of the minds In 1995, Jan Sarmiere and her sister Rosanne O’Neill, decided they wanted to read more and share their experiences and thoughts with other women. That was the genesis for “Ladies of the Book Club,” which now has about a dozen members who meet seven times a year to discuss books and ideas. “I was never really a reader, and I wanted to be exposed to different types of literature,” Sarmiere said recently. “We have a cohesive group. We have camaraderie and fun, and we discuss books.” Club members are polled each year and are asked what books they would like to read. A biography, a mystery, a classic and a short story are chosen. The group has read dozens of books ranging from classics including “To Kill a Mockingbird” to “The Shack” by William Young, which is a story about a man encountering God. “That was the hundredth book we read,” Sarmiere said. Some of Sarmiere’s personal favorites have included “Shadows of the Wind” by Carlos Zafon, “An American Tragedy” by Theodore Dreiser and “Devil in the White City” by Erik Larson. Sarmiere’s cousin, Eve Rizzo of North Carolina, recently wrote a book about her life in England during World War II. She was a recent guest at a meeting to discuss the book and meet the members. Sarmiere said group members have diverse backgrounds running the gamut from educators to those who had careers in the medical field. The wide range of experience contributes to spirited conversations. “There is a lot of dimension to the group,” Sarmiere said. “Everyone brings their own perspectives.” Sarmiere’s mother, who is 100, often attends meetings and participates in group discussions. The group is currently reading the classic, “Little Women.” Appropriately, they will then read a biography on the book’s author, Louisa May Alcott. “This year it seems we are reading books about all types of families and relationships,” Sarmiere said. “At one time we read books that all had to do with the 19th century. It just sort of happened that way.”

The group was recently featured in “Bookmarks Magazine.” Group members wrote a descriptive article about their group, which was published in the January/February issue. And an added perk? “I won a free subscription to the magazine,” Sarmiere said. Reading a diversity of literature and being part of the group has encouraged the creative spirit within Sarmiere. “I am thinking on writing a book now,” Sarmiere said. “I don’t know if I will ever finish it, but I do have an outline and a summary. That’s my long term goal.” – Ann Efimetz Photo courtesy Jan Sarmiere



calendar of events

MARCH 1-31 Women’s History Month at Colonial Williamsburg. Complete with exhibits, tours, reenactments and general activities, Women's History Month offers a look into the feminine nature of the 18th century. The women of Williamsburg will be explored, highlighting their relevant contributions to our nation's history.

MARCH 1-31 Women of Shirley Month, in honor of Women’s History Month. Thematic tours will focus on the women of Shirley. 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: $11 adult/$7.50 student. 804-829-5121,

MARCH 1-JULY 1 James River Plantations House & Garden Tour. Explore the history, antiques and gardens of Williamsburg's James River Plantation Country while touring Piney Grove - 1790, Ashland - 1835 and Ladysmith - 1857. Also visit the exteriors of Duck Church-1917, Dower Quarter-1835, the Harwood Children’s Cemetery and a variety of plantation outbuildings. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission: $20. 804-829-2196,

THROUGH MARCH 5. Homeschool Programs at Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center. The homeschool ticket is good for admission to both museums throughout the date range. Optional hands-on programs and guided tours are available for students and their families. All programs address Standards of Learning for history and social studies. 757-253-4939 for information.

MARCH 8 Berkeley Boxwood Garden Tour. A tour of the boxwood-terraced gardens at Berkeley Plantation reflects the owners' attention to the garden fashions of the 18th and 19th century. Learn the procedures of planting, pruning and caring for these plants. Refreshments served. By reservation. 2-4 p.m. Admission. 804-829-6018,

MARCH 10 Cabin Fever Concert Series. At the Yorktown Freight Shed, 331 Water St. 7-8:30 p.m. Free, but tickets are required. Wipe the winter blues away as local musicians engage and interact with audience members. Entertainment provided by Poisoned Dwarf (Celtic Selections). Sponsored by York County. Tickets available at the York Parks & Rec office and at Riverwalk Restaurant. 757890-3500.

MARCH 12 Birdwalk at Shirley Plantation. Shirley’s birding expert Tom McCary will lead the


walk into areas where only the birds congregate. After the guided walk, you can continue touring the historic grounds. Shore birds, ospreys, eagles, song birds, hawks and a variety of waterfowl are frequent visitors to Shirley Plantation. Reservations required. Appropriate attire and good walking shoes recommended. Field glasses, binoculars and cameras are permitted. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: $15. 804-829-5121,

MARCH 12 Williamsburg Farmers Market. 8:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. 25 watermen, bakers and producers of meats, seafood, hydroponically grown vegetables, ethnic foods, cheeses and forced bulbs. On Merchants Square, Colonial Williamsburg. Full season opens April 2. 757-259-3768.

MARCH 12-13 Bats Alive with Bob Mies! Learn about bats from around the world. Mies, TV personality, conservation biologist, bat expert, director of the Organization for Bat Conservation and author, speaks at the Virginia Living Museum in Newport News. He will bring live bats for exhibit, including the largest bat in the world, the Gigantic Flying Fox Bat from Malaysia with a wingspan of nearly 6feet. Admission. 757-595-1900.

MARCH 12, 17, 19 James River Plantation St. Patrick’s Day Progressive Tour. Celebrate the legacy of St. Patrick and explore the Piney Grove at Southall's Plantation collection of antiques, gardens and historic buildings - Piney Grove (1790), Ashland (1835), and Ladysmith (1857)- with "Tours-by-the-Owners." The tour concludes with hot green cider and shamrock cookies. Saturdays, 3-5 p.m.; Thursday, 5-7 p.m. Admission: $20. 804829-2196,

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MARCH 13-16 Colonial Williamsburg Symposium on Costume Accessories. A complement to an exhibit in the Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum entitled “Fashion Accessories from Head to Toe.” The exhibit will feature Williamsburg’s collection of men’s and women’s hats, gloves, purses, handkerchiefs, pockets, shoes, stockings, jewelry, and wigs from about 1650-1850. Invited scholars from the United States, Canada, and England will present 10 lectures over two and one-half days; a day of hands-on workshops and related behind-the-scenes tours will follow. Admission. 757-220-7255.

MARCH 19-20 Military Through the Ages. Jamestown Settlement, 2110 Jamestown Rd. Re-enactment groups depicting centuries of military history join forces with modern-day veterans and active units to demonstrate camp life, tactics and weaponry. Programs show how soldiers throughout time were attired and armed, and how they were fed and sheltered in times of war. Mock skirmishes, tactical demonstrations, and a variety of military vehicles and equipment. Children's parade on Saturday and pass-in-review ceremony on Sunday. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission: $15.50, $7.25 (6-12). 757-253-4838,

MARCH 25 Cooking with Wine Dinner. The Landing Private Banquet Room at Riverwalk Restaurant, 323 Water St., Yorktown. 6:30-9 p.m. Menu and wines to be determined. Advance tickets required. $49.95 per person, plus tax and 18% gratuity. Seating is limited. Call 757-875-1522,

MARCH 26 MARCH 12 Star Party/Laser Nights. The Virginia Living Museum in Newport News. Incredible stateof-the-art laser system splashes brilliant high-color LED laser light all across the entire surface of the museum dome. Music to suit every taste, with different bands each month. Start the evening with a traditional planetarium program at 7:30 p.m. Lasers start at 8:30pm with a Family Fun Show, Hard Rock at 10 p.m., Pink Floyd at 11:30 p.m. Admission: $6/$10 double feature. 757-595-1900,

MARCH 13 When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with an evening of Irish music at the Kimball Theatre in Williamsburg. Irish singers, dancers and musicians. Admission: $22; $20 seniors, students, military. Part of the ticket sales will

Busch Gardens Opens. For Busch Gardens’ 2011 season, guests can look forward to “Mäch Tower,” a psychological tower thrill ride that lifts riders nearly 240 feet, and a revamped Oktoberfest village. A great lineup of events and concerts all season long. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Admission. 800-343-7946,

MARCH 27 4th Annual New Quarter Park Cabin Fever Sunday. Reserve a space for your outdoorsoriented recreation, health, or environmental club or organization. Exhibit hours are 13 p.m. You can plan demos, hikes, kayaking, races, etc., before, during, or after the exhibit hours. Call New Quarter Park for information, 757-890-5740.


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WILLIAMSBURG NATIONAL GOLF COURSE. Located just minutes from Colonial Williamsburg, I-64, and the most desirable shopping and fine dining destinations. Beautifully appointed swimming pool enhances a fabulous club house... a great setting for parties and community events. The exercise center is outfitted with state of the art equipment and is accessible 24 hours a day.

Ask about the Linkside Collection, starting from $229,900. Luxury two, three and four bedroom condominiums with garages. ∙ (757) 258-2717

The Braemar Creek Sales Gallery Open Daily. Directions: Take I-64 to Exit 242A to Route 199 to Monticello exit, bear to the left lane to light onto Monticello, proceed 2.5 miles to community on left.


Sales by Long and Foster Realtors





more than just a quilt store

J.FentonGallery Whimsical • Wearable • Wonderful


Women’s Clothing featuring FLAX brand linen clothing & Fair Trade Clothing Hats, Scarves & Accessories Handbags by

Baggalini & Stephanie Dawn Colonial Clothing for Men, Women, Boys & Girls Handcrafted Jewelry In Sterling & Dicrhoic Glass featuring the work of Holly Yashi & Michal Golan “Williamsburg’s BEST Gift Store”

110 South Henry Street,

Virginia’s Premier American Artisan Gallery Jewelry • Hair Accessories • Wearable Art Pottery • Wood Boxes, Puzzles & Games Glass • Kaleidoscopes • Whimsical Gifts We have the perfect gift for any occasion and a great selection of gifts from $5-$25.

Jewelry • Charms • Sunglasses Handbags & Leather Goods • Watches

110 South Henry Street,

Henry Street Shops/Merchants Square (adjacent to the Historic Area) Williamsburg, VA Open 7 days a week 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

Henry Street Shops/Merchants Square (adjacent to the Historic Area) Williamsburg, VA Open 7 days a week 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

Phone 757-253-8700

Phone 757-221-8200

The Williamsburg Magazine, March, 2011  

The March 2011 edition of The Williamsburg Magazine. A supplement to The Virginia Gazette.