Great Things Happening in Williamsburg This Weekend

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Whether you live in Williamsburg or are visiting there is always something fun and interesting to do here.

Fri, Nov 6, 2009
Nutcracker Act II (6:00 PM)
Colonial Heritage
The Williamsburg Ballet Theatre company performers from the Institute for Dance will present Act II of “The Nutcracker Ballet.” Join us for dinner from 6 – 7 pm followed by the performance from 7 – 8 pm. Please RSVP by November 3. For more information, please contact Jennifer Norman at 757-645-2001.
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Cost: $20 inclusive per person for dinner and performance

The Three Jolly Coachmen: A Benefit Concert (7:30 PM)
Kimball Theatre
The Williamsburg-based group proudly proclaims its music is 100% recycled work of the Kingston Trio. Whether you are a baby boomer, a teenager, or anywhere in between, you will enjoy this KT tribute group that faithfully and exuberantly reproduces. their lively, infectious music. When the performance ends, youll leave the theater with a smile on your face, a bounce in your step, and happy feelings that the price of your ticket will help the young people of KIDS N GRIEF who have suffered the loss of one or more loved loves. Proceeds from this event will go to fund Mikeys Camp and ensure that anyone needing the services of KIDS N GRIEF will receive them for free.
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Cost: All seats $16

An Evening in Provence (5:00 PM – 7:00 PM)
Prince George Art Frame
There will be a reception in the gallery for The Edwin L Green: Plein Air en Provence exhibit on November 6 — the exhibit will be on display though December 19. Please join us for An Evening in Provence! There will be refreshments.

Exhibition Special Event - Lecture by Gerard Malanga (5:00 PM)
Muscarelle Museum of Art
In conjunction with the Deeply Superficial exhibition on Andy Warhol, there will be an opening night lecture by Gerard Malanga, Warhols closest studio assistant. Malanga was a major contributor to Warhols output in the 1960s, and he is also an accomplished poet. The Deeply Artificial exhibit runs from November 7 – January 24. See website for details.
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Cost: Included in Museum Admission, $10 (W&M faculty, students, museum members and children under 12 free)

Louise Chartrand Gallery Opening (5:00 PM – 9:00 PM)
8655 Merry Oaks Lane, Toano, VA
Come out and browse through a treasure of French paintings, sculptures and antiques. During this event, there will be a 20% discount offered. To confirm your presence, please call 757-250-3234. For examples of Louises works, please visit the website.
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