Three Cool Things
What are your plans this weekend? If you’re coming to King’s Creek for one last summer hurrah, you should check out one of these awesome things this Saturday!
The Comedy Club of Williamsburg has been in operation since 1984, which makes it the longest running seasonal comedy club in America. Comedic talent like Ray Romano, Drew Carey and Sinbad have made this one of their stops on the comedy circuit, and many of the club’s headliners have made appearances on HBO, Comedy Central and Last Comic Standing!
So if you’re looking for an evening filled with fun and laugher, you’re invited to come watch the hilarious Mike Albanese. Mike is a recurring character on BET’s “The Game,” and does standup at venues in major cities like New York and Atlanta.
The Hennage Auditorium provides an intimate setting for a variety of performances and presentations right inside the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. Guests are learning how to crack secret codes using the techniques of our revolutionary forefathers. Come check out real secret codes and ciphers George Washington and his army used to send messages to each other to sneak by the British army who was none the wiser! Drop in with the whole family and see if you can read and write secret messages just like the Revolutionary spies did!
Nature Connects: Art with Lego Bricks
July 22 – November 26
Nature Connects is touring North America, and it’s making a stop at the Virginia Living Museum! This award-winning, record-breaking show is created with over a half million LEGO pieces and features larger-than-life sculptures built with LEGO bricks! The artist is Brooklyn-based children’s author Sean Kenney. Sean brings bring nature to life with a LEGO sculpture of a 7-foot long dragonfly, a giant tortoise, a family of deer made from 48,000 bricks, and more. It’s truly a mind-blowing sight, so be sure to have your phone ready to capture the expression on your kids’ faces when they see a 6-foot hummingbird hovering over a trumpet flower!
There’s never a shortage of excitement here in Williamsburg, and King’s Creek Plantation is just a hop, skip and a jump from memories that last a lifetime. See you this weekend!