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Williamsburg Fall Arts – Formerly-Known-As Arts Month

Williamsburg, Yorktown, and Jamestown are all playing host and celebrating the formerly-known-as Arts Month – 2014 Williamsburg Fall Arts. This weekend of September 24-28, 2014 includes live music under the stars, art shows, a plant sale, and candlelight concerts.

Williamsburg:

  • Bruton Parish Church will be holding two candlelight concerts, this week. Thursday, September 25th, will feature a tenor and lute recital at 8pm and Saturday, September 27th will feature a violin recital and an organ recital at 8pm (Note: BRAGGING RIGHTS  — This is my lovely wife Lucy Manning!) Free entrance to both.
  • Visit the Williamsburg Regional Library, on Friday, September 26th, at 7:30pm, for a Pipa Solo Concert. The pipa, a Chinese musical instrument, creates enchanting sounds that you are sure to enjoy. Free entrance.
  • Calling all Parrot Heads, on Saturday, September 27th, to the Lake Matoaka Amphitheater at the College of William & Mary to see the “Parrots of the Caribbean,” a Jimmy Buffett tribute act. Parrot Head attire is welcomed; doors open at 5 p.m. Tickets can be found here, for $12.
  • The Williamsburg Botanical Garden will hold The Art of the Garden, a plant sale featuring fall perennials and shrubs, butterfly-friendly plants and fall mums, on Saturday, September 27th, from 9am-2pm. Look for featured artists and garden books.

plant sale botanical garden the art of the garden

Yorktown:

  • The Riverwalk Landing is celebrating their Rhythms on the Riverwalk, this Friday, September 26th, with The Kevin Mac Experience, at 6:30pm.
  • The Gallery at York Hall is hosting an artist meet-and-greet, this Sunday, September 28th, with artists Shirley Whitnock and Linda Miller. Free entrance.
  • The Yorktown Art Stroll will be held on Sunday, September 28th, and will display and sell artists work in various shops and businesses, to include Riverwalk Landing and the Freight Shed. Mediums include paint, glass, photography, jewelry, pottery, and basketry. Look for the all-female cappella group from The College of William & Mary, “The Accidentals” and edibles from The Carrot Tree Kitchens. Several area businesses are staying open late for the celebration. Find the Yorktown Art Stroll Trolley Map here. Free entrance.

Yorktown Art Stroll

Jamestown:

  • At Jamestown Beach Park, on Saturday, September 27th, from 2-6pm, A Taste of the James will encourage feasting on seafood and sipping local wine and craft beer. Unique auction items at the silent auction and lots of fun and educational children’s activities. Tickets costing from $12-$75 can be purchased here.
  • I hope some of you were able to score tickets to ShinDIG at Jamestown, being held tonight, September 25th (I understand the event is sold out). Entertainment will be provided by the “Who Ever Shows Up Band.” Gotta love that name!

Rolf Kramer, Real Estate Agent Williamsburg

Williamsburg Fall Arts will end with the Occasion for the Arts, at the beginning of October. For more information about Williamsburg Fall Arts, visit the website.

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2013-14 Cost vs. Value: Remodeling Pays Off Big Time

You spruce up your home to upgrade, update, or increase your living space. Are you interested in finding out how much of the money you spend on improvements you will recoup when you sell the house? Then check out the following links to the 2013-2014 Cost vs. Value report.remodeling

 “Home improvement projects across the board are giving home owners a greater return on their investment when it comes time to sell. Find out which projects “open the door” to buyers and where remodeling dollars stretch the furthest….This is the second year in a row that all 35 projects in Remodeling magazine’s Cost vs. Value Report saw more home improvement dollars recouped upon resale of a home than the previous year.”

 For more information about what returns on investments are for specific home improvement projects, check out this summary article:

For details of the report broken out by region of the country, click here.

 

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Discounts for Residents of Williamsburg: Jamestown Settlement & Yorktown Victory Center

Inexpensive and educational outings, in my own backyard. That is just ONE of the reasons that I love living in the Historic Triangle. I spend a lot of time talking about just one of the corners of the triangle. Today, I want to discuss two others: Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center. History is an adventure and here, at Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center, you can experience the story of America’s beginnings.

Jamestown Settlement

When one arrives at Jamestown Settlement, they prepare to embark on a journey to 17th-century Virginia: the first permanent English colony. This museum comes to life through film, gallery exhibits and outdoor living history. Walk through a recreated Continental Army encampment, where historical interpreters depict the daily life of American soldiers. We’ve even walked through a re-created 1780s farm (house, kitchen, tobacco barn, crop fields, and an herb and vegetable garden).


Each time we visit, we take in one exhibit as there are so many to choose from – several inside galleries and recreated and replicas, outside. For instance, outside, we can board the replicas of three ships – including the Susan Constant and walk through a colonists’ fort and a Powhatan village. Interpreters, in full costumer, bring the museum to life – staying in character, with amazing amounts of 17th century knowledge.

Yorktown Victory Center

See the battlefield where allied American and French forces won the decisive battle of the American Revolution, in 1781. From colonial unrest to the formation of our new nation, this museum chronicles the entire Revolutionary period. The indoor galleries highlight the people that left their impression and experiences – and show how they shaped a new society. You’ll see how many different cultures came together to develop a new government with the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Presently (Summer 2014), the Yorktown Victory Center is underway towards a new facility with enhanced outdoor interpretive areas – but the entire museum is still open. This project should be complete Fall 2016, and will be renamed the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown.

jamestown yorktown

History is fun!

History is an adventure at Jamestown Settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center.  Immerse yourself in hands-on history at the two museums on the other corners of Williamsburg’s Historic Triangle.  If you’re a Virginia resident, save more than 40% with the online purchase of an American Heritage Annual Pass. Proof of Virginia residency or Commonwealth of Virginia employment identification at check-in is required. Purchase tickets here: www.historyisfun.org  Finally, I saved the best part for last: if you are a resident of Williamsburg – you get in FREE – to both places – just show your ID with your current address or bring a utility bill with your photo ID.  Enjoy!

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Win a Pair of Tickets to 2014 Kiwanis Club of Williamsburg Shrimp Feast Fundraiser – OPEN NOW!

Would you like to win a pair of tickets to the 2014 Kiwanis Club of Williamsburg Shrimp Feast Fundraiser, on September 6, 2014?

Win a pair of Free tickets Kiwanis Club of Williamsburg’s Shrimp Feast Fundraiser I have two pair of adult tickets to give away. To be entered in the drawing, simply COMMENT to this Blog Post, by August 23 and you will be entered. The winners’ names will be drawn on August 24, by an unbiased third party.

Our Kiwanis club’s 35th annual Shrimp Feast on the banks of the James River is just a month away! This year’s Feast will be Saturday, September 6, from 4-7 PM at the Jamestown 4H Educational Center. As always, it will be all-you-can-eat and drink: hot and fresh cooked shrimp, hush puppies, beans, coleslaw, soft drinks, and beer.

Music provided by The Hark. Williamsburg Winery wines, soft serve ice cream and French Fries from Shorty’s Diner, and Uncle Dave’s Kettle Korn will be available for purchase.

100% of the proceeds will benefit local non-profits Bacon Street, Erase the Need, and the Jamestown 4-H Camp as well as local Kiwanis Key Clubs and other sponsored youth programs.

If you wish to purchase additional tickets you can do so at www.williamsburgkiwanis.org or from your favorite Kiwanian. Tickets are $27 prior to 8/25, $30 after, and $35 at the door. Tickets for children aged 6-12 are $15. Children 5 and under are free! There will only be 150 tickets available at the door this year, so get your tickets early.

VIP tables and Oasis Tents will be available once again this year. Reserved VIP tables will be $200 and will seat 6-8 people. Each table gets one VIP parking pass per table reserved. Riverfront tables in the VIP section will be $300. They seat 8-10 people and you’ll get 2 VIP parking passes. Oasis Tents will be $750, which buys you 10 tickets to the event and 5 VIP parking passes.


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Why does Barbara love Love LOVE the house that Rolf Kramer helped her find, at Colonial Heritage?

Barbara just moved in to Colonial Heritage. She has been a Jersey Girl, all her life, but when her mom passed away a couple of years ago, she realized that now that her children are grown, she has no family in New Jersey, anymore…and she could live anywhere she wanted to. Barbara has three grown children – one in Ohio, one in Texas, and one here in Richmond, Virginia. Richmond’s grandkids won – Williamsburg is within an hour of the Atlantic Ocean and Barbara had visited and fallen in love with Williamsburg, years ago. After doing a search on the internet, she either read through my blog or searched through active-adult communities on my website and honed in on Colonial Heritage – then she filled out my Contact Us form and I immediately got to work.

Why does Barbara love Love LOVE the house that Rolf Kramer helped her find, at Colonial Heritage?

The Mardi Gras Dinner at Colonial Heritage ballroom, just one of the planned events for the residents.

The first thing we did was have a conversation about what she did now, what she wanted to do in Williamsburg, and discussed her have-to-have’s. After booking a tour through the model homes, we booked her Colonial Heritage’s weekend “Discovery Package.” This allowed Barbara to stay, on the resort’s property for the weekend soaking up the lifestyle, the active people, and touring all the amenities – she fell in love. And she golfed, every day. That golf course really pushed her over the edge. It is stunning! Well, by Sunday, it was clear that this would be her forever home.  So, together, we started to work on a plan to get her the place she was envisioning in her retirement.

 

 

 

Why does Barbara love Love LOVE the house that Rolf Kramer helped her find, at Colonial Heritage?

The resort-like atmosphere at Colonial Heritage is no accident. This is resort living: Outside – golf, tennis, walking trails. Inside – workshops, craft room, billiards, exercise rooms, ballroom, meeting rooms, restaurants, and an elegant library.


Obviously, Colonial Heritage’s active community and all of its resort-like amenities was the lifestyle that she was seeking, but now the house!  We toured the model homes and looked at the couple available resale homes. She decided that she wanted to choose her fixtures, her countertops, and colors. She wanted Lennar’s builders to “build from scratch,” just for Barbara.

Why does Barbara love Love LOVE the house that Rolf Kramer helped her find, at Colonial Heritage?

Barbara can golf, year round, in Williamsburg, Virginia, with all of her new friends.

The golf course and active life style definitely pushed Barbara to choose Colonial Heritage – but today, this isn’t just a golf club, for Barbara. This is her new family – and it felt like family, even before she moved in. There are multiple neighborhood groups, at Colonial Heritage, each of them having separate social events and outings. Her new neighborhood, although it is only just being built is well under way – she ate at the Grill, attended two lunches, went on an outing with her neighbors, and went golfing, daily – all while her home was still under construction. By the time she moved in, July 2014, she felt like she already belonged. Each neighborhood has their own sense of community within the larger community of Colonial Heritage. In other words, each neighborhood has a monthly luncheon and their own email list – so this large community feels small enough to be comforting. Barbara simply loves all the planning that has gone into this community that she now calls home.

Why does Barbara love Love LOVE the house that Rolf Kramer helped her find, at Colonial Heritage?

The community is well planned and the resort is elegant and still affordable.

When I asked her, at move in, what she liked about Colonial Heritage, she said it felt like she’d lived here, forever, because her new friends and neighbors wanted her there, and they wanted her to be involved, and they wanted to be friends. This resort community was just what she pictured herself in: in a beautiful well-designed smaller home for one, surrounded by lovely surroundings, surrounded by lovely people, that liked her. Mind you, Barbara is easy to like: Barbara is lovely, positive, enthusiastic, athletic, and lively. She is a perfect addition to the community in Williamsburg’s Colonial Heritage.

Why does Barbara love Love LOVE the house that Rolf Kramer helped her find, at Colonial Heritage?

The resort-like pool at Colonial Heritage is a pool party, waiting to happen.

Since Barbara bought her Ivy Glen Cottage Home with me, her enthusiasm for active-lifestyle retirement community has been far reaching. She convinced another Jersey Girl to move to Colonial Heritage – and her friend has bought her own home, right in Barbara’s new neighborhood. She should be here, very soon; then, they can go exploring Williamsburg, together.

Why does Barbara love Love LOVE the house that Rolf Kramer helped her find, at Colonial Heritage?

Barbara is thrilled the day of move in. Here, she shakes my hand (I, Rolf Kramer, am in the middle), while Kevin Cere, Lennar’s construction manager, celebrates with us!

Just as I was leaving, I asked her what clubs she had joined. She said that although there were more than 20 clubs to join – she has decided to hang back and slowly get her feet wet, because now that she has actually moved in, she can go swimming in either pool, go sit in the library, play bridge, take a line-dancing class, take a water aerobics class or simply walk the hundreds of acres of sidewalks. They’ll be time enough for the Garden Club or a Book Club. Right now, she is just so happy to be…home.

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Rolf Kramer, REALTOR®, ABR, SRES, e-PRO 757-564-4455 Licensed in Virginia with Liz Moore and Associates, 5350 Discovery Park Blvd, Williamsburg, VA 23188 Williamsburg has become a Mecca for retirees over the past dozen years because of its history, charm, vacation amenities, proximity to major cities and airports, and affordable cost of living. Check out www.retiringinwilliamsburg.com for information about the Williamsburg community, lifestyles available, and search for homes for sale.


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Where to buy consignments, in Williamsburg – Summer 2014

Below is a listing the various antique and consignments shops available in the greater Williamsburg area, from the July issue of Williamsburg Magazine. Many of these shops will keep a look out for requests in future consignments.  One I recommend a lot to my retiring in Williamsburg clients is Classic Consignments Furniture and Accessories.

  • Aladdin Consignment & Rugs Come browse our eclectic mix of furniture and accessories. You’re sure to find that focal piece to transform your room from fine to fabulous. 7131 Merrimac Trail, Williamsburg. 757 206-1665. www.aladdinconsignment.com
  • Antique & Estate Items of Williamsburg  Joe and Wilma McFaden are 25 year veterans in the antique business. They have seen fads come and go, but good antiques are never out of fashion. The store specializes in furniture, antique tools, guns, knives and military items from pre-Civil War to World War II, glassware, china, silver, primitive quilts, crocks, old shutters, fireplace items and more. 7405 Richmond Rd., Suite B & C, Williamsburg. 757 565-3553. www.antiqueestatewilliamsburg.com
  • Charlie’s Antiques and Consignments invites you to visit their 8000 sq.ft. showroom featuring antique and oriental furniture Charlie has handpicked from his travels to Asia. 6500 Richmond Rd., Williamsburg, VA 757-566-8300. Visit our 7766 Richmond Rd., Toano location for Garden Statuary and exotic natural landscaping stones. www.charliesantiques-va.com
    Chickadees offers a delightful array of furniture, accents and home décor. New items arrive daily. Chickadees is located in the Pavilion Shops at 6514 Richmond Rd. 757 645-3365. Chickadeesconsigns@cox.net
  • Classic Consignments Furniture & Accessories offers a changing selection of transitional and traditional wood and upholstered furniture, lamps, accessories, china, glassware, artwork and carpets. Open Mon.–Sat., 10am- 5pm. The Village Shops at Kingsmill. 757 220-1790. www.classiconsignments.com.
  • The Clothes Tree We sell new or slightly used women’s and men’s clothing in a variety of sizes. Name brand purses, jewelry, scarves, hats, belts & shoes. CONSIGNMENTS BY APPT. 170A Second St., Williamsburg. 757 220-2119. Hours Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 11-4. We handle estate sales by appt.
  • DoveTail Antiques  Voted one of the “Best of Williamsburg” for the last 6 years with the finest selection of formal/country furniture, porcelain, glassware and accessories in Williamsburg. DoveTail always carries 150+ antique clocks, radios, music boxes and pocket-watches. We buy quality antiques. Visit us at 6588 Richmond Rd, 757-565-5600. www.dovetailantiquesatnorge.com.
  • Elegantly Eclectic, is a consignment shop mixing a complimentary eclectic style, an elegant vibe to any home décor. 7191 Richmond Rd. Unit A, Williamsburg. 757 603-6662. Like us on Facebook – Look for Elegantly Eclectic.
  • Heritage Antiques This beautiful antique store is filled with furniture from end to end! You will find antiques dating from 1800s on up. Many accessories fill the store, including a large array of Period Lighting. Open Thursday through Saturday, other days by appointment. 903 S. Church St., Smithfield. 757 356-1055.
  • High Cotton, Ltd. Specializing in turn-of-the century antiques and estate linens. Bedroom and dining room displays of furniture, crystal, china, silver and fine linens. Offering European Laundry Service for all your fine linens. 1490-5I Quarterpath Road, Williamsburg 757 258-3300.
  • Merle Norman, Wigs & Handbags Stop in for a complimentary makeover or just a new lipstick!  Browse our selection of over 200 consignment handbags including Coach, Dooney & Bourke, Vera Bradley, etc.  Check out our wigs, turbans, hair wraps, etc.  Ear piercing is $29.99.  M-F – 10 – 5:30, S 10 – 3.  757-220-0053 www.williamsburgmerlenorman.com
  • Mermaid Books, Since 1977, has been known for new, used, rare books, antiques and ephemera. Featuring; Virginia and colonial history, poetry, art, cookbooks & children’s books. Open Daily; 10 to 5 and Sundays noon to 5. 421-A Prince George Street, 757-229-3603 www.mermaidbookswilliamsburg.com
  • Oriental Rug Mart- Persian Rugs Save 50-75% on over 1,200 new and antique handmade oriental rugs. Wool and silks from Persia, India, Pakistan and China. Sizes from 2’ X 3’ up to 12’ X 18’. The BEST prices in town! 6516 Richmond Rd. Route 60, Williamsburg. 757 565-2065.
    Stick, Stone and Bone has wonderful gifts to soothe body, mind and spirit with a delightful blend of tumbled stones, sterling jewelry, votives, sage & dreamcatchers. We also have antique and vintage heirlooms. Come in…be surprised…discover your secret treasure.1675 Richmond Road, Williamsburg  757 258-8810
  • Sugar & Spice Consignment Boutique Children’s, Juniors & Maternity Clothing, Toys, Baby Furniture & Accessories, Gifts, Books, School Uniforms & Everything Nice. Children’s play area. Thank you for  voting us one of “The Best of Williamsburg.” Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm. Richmond Rd in the Pavilion Shops  757 220-1661. www.sugarandspiceconsignmentboutique.com
  • Toano General Store/Thrift Depot Side by side @ 7960 Richmond Rd. & 100 Depot St. in Toano 757-566-3696 & 757-566-1616. Stop by for everyday supplies- ammunition/bait/tackle/gardening/snacks/soda & candy to Vintage Goods & antiques.
  • The Vintage Rabbit Home Décor & Consignment. We consign quality furniture and home décor, and are dedicated to making your consignment or purchase a pleasant one. 240 McLaws Circle, Suite 117. Marketplace Shops at Kingsmill. 757 903-4083. Find us on Facebook.
  • West Point Antiques Seven blocks down Main Street in historic West Point, you’ll find a diverse array of antiques and collectibles. Over 35 dealers. Our 4,000 sq.ft. shop showcases antiques, retro items, glassware, china, furniture, and more. Open daily. 706 Main St. I-64 Exit 220, West Point. 804 843-4369.
  • Williamsburg Antique Mall One of Eastern Virginia’s largest antique centers, featuring 45,000 square feet of space & 300+ dealers. A one-story facility with easy handicap accessibility. La Petite Tea Room. Centrally located just off the Route 199 Bypass near the Pottery Factory and outlet centers. Open Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun., Noon-5 p.m. Visa and MasterCard accepted. 500 Lightfoot Rd.,Rt. 646. 757 565-3422. www.antiqueswilliamsburg.com

Copyright © 2014, Williamsburg Magazine

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Summertime and the living is easy – in Williamsburg!

Water Country USA is open, daily, 10am – 7pm! And, the long-awaited Colossal Curl™ is new this year! This thrill ride has great reviews (haven’t tried it, myself!). A pay-once and splash and slide the summer away, is available to Virginia residents, at Water Country USA®, Virginia’s largest water park. This park really is fun for the whole family, especially on a hot day like today! They have a retro surf theme, resort-style amenities and more than 25 state-of-the-art water rides and attractions. The park includes refreshing pools, children’s play areas and lazy rivers, offering hours of fun in the summer sun. Whether you like thrilling water rides, relaxing poolside or watching the dive show, there’s something for everyone.   If you have grandchildren visiting this summer, they even offer swim lessons and classes to help guests stay safe and feel confident in the water.

Summertime and the living is easy - in Williamsburg! Rolf Kramer, Real Estate Agent

The Colossal Curl – the thrill ride, is new Summer 2014

Summertime and the living is easy - in Williamsburg! Rolf Kramer, Real Estate Agent
Lazy River – float and relax in the cool, clean water – fun for all ages.

Summertime and the living is easy - in Williamsburg! Rolf Kramer, Real Estate Agent

Big Daddy Falls – whitewater rafting adventure – curves, tunnels, drops and super-soaking cannon blasters.

Each June, at Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival, tickle those taste buds with the culinary delights at Busch Gardens® Food & Wine Festival. Enjoy authentic tastes from around the world while strolling through the world’s most beautiful theme park. Busch Gardens invites guests to unleash their inner foodie with a variety of dishes and wines not normally served at the park. Individual tasting portions make exploring all that the Food and Wine Festival has to offer easy. The hardest decision might just be deciding what to eat first.

Summertime and the living is easy - in Williamsburg! Rolf Kramer, Real Estate Agent

Greece Kiosk – Busch Gardens Food & Wine Festival

Summertime and the living is easy - in Williamsburg! Rolf Kramer, Real Estate Agent

Beer tasting at the Germany kiosk

Have a great summer, living in Williamsburg! If you haven’t moved here, yet, I specialize in Active Lifestyle Retirement real estate, in Williamsburg. Please give me a call or fill out the Contact Us form!

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Rolf Kramer, REALTOR®, ABR, SRES, e-PRO 757-564-4455 Licensed in Virginia with Liz Moore and Associates, 5350 Discovery Park Blvd, Williamsburg, VA 23188 Williamsburg has become a Mecca for retirees over the past dozen years because of its history, charm, vacation amenities, proximity to major cities and airports, and affordable cost of living. Check out www.retiringinwilliamsburg.com for information about the Williamsburg community, lifestyles available, and search for homes for sale.

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