On the eve of Colonel and Mrs. Washington's first anniversary on Twelfth Night in 1760, they must change their celebratory plans to deal with measles outbreak at Mount Vernon. Join them as they reflect on the past year, the current circumstances, and their hopes for the future.
Merriment and Measles
Governor’s Musick at the Raleigh Tavern
Explore musical life in 18th-century Williamsburg through the music and interpretations of members of Colonial Williamsburg’s Governor’s Musick ensemble.
Loquacious Lucy, Queen for a Day
When Lucy, a loquacious enslaved child, learns that her friend has been sold, her father must teach her hard lessons about slavery and instill in her the pride of her ancestors.
Historic Organ Recital - Norman Elton
Norman Elton, organist at Williamsburg Presbyterian Church, gives a recital on the Historic English Chamber Organ, one of Colonial Williamsburg's 18th-century instruments.
Open to the Public