Dear Villagers and friends, I usually compose what we use on our front page, but this article by Mona Vance tells all of us about the important things in our lives… read on and enjoy.
When Jane McClellan came back in March to be the honored guest of the Kingdom Supper she represented a long list of her family to be honored and associated with the supper. In this issue of the Villager I’d like to bring to the attention of the villagers how many Williamsburg folks have been honored by their peers by the Kingdom Supper.
Join Us in our April Fling
Harkening back to the “good ole days” (days when you hung your wash on the line, etc.), when Williamsburg had a street fair at least once a year…. Families gathered on the streets, shared their picnic baskets, visited, and ended with a street dance… complete with country fiddlers providing music while the villagers tried their talents at dancing the fan-dango.
A Friend of the Village… Passes
In January, 2015, at the age of 84 a friend of the Village went to receive his eternal reward. Jim Willams was more than simply a friend of the Village. He was, at once, pastor, farmer, parent, school supporter, host of our Teen Town and, yes, our conscience. Continue reading The Williamsburg Villager March 2015
The Month of Hearts and Flowers
Just as we emerge from the month of January which turned out to be VERY cold, February comes knocking on our doors. February has been known to be not only cold, but icy. Continue reading The Williamsburg Villager Feb, 2015
Filson and Magnum, first impressions…
Before I begin my review let’s talk about who Filson and Magnum are and what they represent. Continue reading Filson and Magnum Field Camera Bag Review
The Williamsburg Villager April , 2014
12 Things Not to Give Up For Lent
During the Lenten season many people vow to abstain from the things they like most for the forty days before Easter. That’s all well and good but here are my thoughts about how cranky some of us get without sweets. Continue reading Williamsburg Villager April 2014
Because wet feet are a drag…
It’s happened to all of us at one time or another. It starts snowing hard and all of a sudden there’s 3 inches of cold wet snow all over the place. Or how about those rainy days where stepping in a puddle is inevitable? Continue reading Waterproofing Your 1000 Mile Boots
The Williamsburg Villager July, 2013 Continue reading Williamsburg Villager July 2013
The old warehouse across the street from the store.