Where: Kimball Theatre 424 West Duke of Gloucester Street Williamsburg, VA 23185
Cost:General admission for most GFF screenings is $1 for all seats. Tickets to select marquee screenings will be $3 for W&M and other students (ID required
The Global Film Festival celebrates and fosters a better understanding of film’s place within the world. Taking place annually in February, the W&MGFF brings world cultures to Williamsburg through film. Local audiences of students, faculty, and other community consider each festival’s chosen theme through the pre-festival series of five film introduced by William and Mary faculty.
When: Today until Mon, Feb 17, 2014
| 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: Virginia Living Museum
Cost:Museum admission $17 adults, $13 children 3-12
This annual cold-blooded weekend explores the bizarre and beautiful aspects of reptiles, both exotic species from around the world and those native to Virginia. Join herpetology experts at the Virginia Living Museum's most popular 3-day event!
Where: Colonial Williamsburg 101 Visitor Center Drive Williamsburg, VA 23185
During the 18th century, Virginia was home to a large number of people of African descent. Enslaved people were considered chattel property, while free blacks were disenfranchised from the political process. Throughout the month, special programs will be offered that explore various stories of the people and culture.
Where: York Hall, 301 Main Street, Yorktown, VA 23690
Come and enjoy Mixed Media Art Show at The Gallery at York Hall. You can relish in our revolving exhibit of fine art in all media by local artists for display and sale. Winter Hours are Tues, Thurs, and Sat from 10am till 1pm. Appointments to visit the Gallery may also be made by phone.
When: Today until Fri, Feb 28, 2014
| 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: State Route 31 in Williamsburg and Route 1020 in Yorktown
Cost:$20.50 for adults and $10.25 for ages 6-12
Gallery exhibits and interpretive programs in February at Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center highlight the culture of the first known Africans in Virginia and the experience of people of African descent in colonial and Revolutionary America.
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