August 26, 2020
With protective protocols and social-distancing procedures in place to ensure a safe environment for museum visitors to explore extensive indoor gallery exhibits and outdoor living-history areas at Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown, discover new ways to connect with the stories of our shared history – on site and online.
LIVE WITH LUCY WORSLEY
SPECIAL VIRTUAL LECTURE • SEPT. 2

We've been able to increase capacity! A limited number of reservations are now available for viewers to watch live as Dr. Lucy Worsley, OBE, one of British television’s leading public historians and chief curator at Historic Royal Palaces, returns virtually to Jamestown Settlement on September 2 at 4 p.m. for “An Afternoon with Dr. Lucy Worsley” – the first in a new series of free virtual public lectures. Access to this special presentation is extremely limited and advance registration is required to reserve your "seat" online.
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MARINE ARTISTS
EXHIBITION EXTENDED • THROUGH NOV. 9

Now on extended display through November 9 at Jamestown Settlement, explore 110 works of marine art, paintings, sculptures and scrimshaw carvings featured in the prestigious 18th National Exhibition of the American Society of Marine Artists. Our nation’s oldest and largest non-profit organization dedicated to marine art and history, ASMA presents this special exhibition every three years in museums across the country – highlighting the works of artists representing the best in American marine art by juried competition.
HOMESCHOOL PROGRAM DAYS
SPECIAL ADMISSION • SEPT. 5-20

Homeschool families can discover an educational, engaging and exciting museum experience at Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown with special admission during Homeschool Program Days – an interactive opportunity for homeschool students to explore 17th- and 18th-century Virginia history with a blend of in-person educational programs and new virtual learning activities. Tickets are $13 per family member and include unlimited admission to both museums on September 5-20.
VIRTUAL LEARNING EXPERIENCES
EDUCATION PROGRAMS • FOR STUDENTS

As many school districts begin the 2020-2021 school year with virtual or hybrid student learning, the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation is extending its commitment to educators across Virginia and the nation by offering new Virtual Learning Experiences – three distinct online educational opportunities designed to deliver the same inquiry-based, interactive programming teachers have come to expect, with adjustments for virtual delivery to classrooms and individual students learning at home. Costs and content vary by program.
Our team is working harder than ever to keep history alive. From preserving our world-class museum collection, to on-site and online education efforts and maintenance in re-created outdoor living-history areas, the Annual Fund supports our most urgent needs. To help us face our immediate challenges and keep our shared history alive for future generations, please consider a gift to the Annual Fund today.
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