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April 2, 2014

Become a spy in Colonial Williamsburg’s new “RevQuest: The Old Enemy”

By Claire Weaver

Visitors can become revolutionary spies in Colonial Williamsburg’s latest interactive, alternate reality game: REVQUEST: THE OLD ENEMY™.

The adventure has already begun online, where questors can join the Committee of Secret Correspondence, complete their first mission, and receive their Spy Score. Once they arrive in the Revolutionary City, questors will go undercover and …

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March 28, 2014

This weekend: Wrapping up Women’s History Month

This weekend, Colonial Williamsburg will mark the end of Women’s History Month by celebrating the bravery and strength of revolutionary women. Take a look at upcoming programs and check our calendar for new and updated information.

You Have My Heart: Explore Colonial Williamsburg’s art museum’s exhibit “Threads of Feeling” and learn about messages that mothers left …

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March 20, 2014

Spring begins today! Here’s how to enjoy it in the Revolutionary City

Spring begins on Thursday, March 20, at 12:57 p.m., to be precise. It’s finally time to begin enjoying the new season of events and programs around Colonial Williamsburg.

 

Here are some of the top activities in the Revolutionary City this spring. For more information, check our Spring Break page.

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March 16, 2014

This week in Women’s History Month

This week, Colonial Williamsburg will continue to celebrate the bravery and strength of revolutionary women. Take a look at upcoming programs and check our calendar for new and updated information.

You Have My Heart. Explore Colonial Williamsburg’s art museum’s exhibit “Threads of Feeling” and learn about messages that mothers left with their babies at London’s Foundling …

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March 11, 2014

Special family weekend highlights ‘good fit’ for homeschoolers, colonial history

 

By Lisa O. Monroe

Homeschool families and groups from as far away as Georgia, Tennessee and Missouri will explore the Revolutionary City during a special event created just for homeschoolers each year.

It’s an event that has attracted kids and parents for years: For many reasons, Colonial Williamsburg and homeschooling make a good match.

“In the …

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in Features, History, Kids, Museums, Teachers, Visit & Events, What's New

March 7, 2014

Get ready for Homeschooler Weekend

“Planting the Seeds of Citizenship” is the theme for the Spring 2013 Homeschooler Weekend Saturday and Sunday, March 15-16.  The weekend will be filled with programming tailored for homeschooled students and their parents, beginning with introductory sessions at 10 a.m., 10:45 a.m. or 11:30 a.m. in the Visitor’s Center.  Participants can attend any one …

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