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Featuring gorgeous full-color photographs of Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area through the seasons, this 2021 Colonial Williamsburg Wall Calendar is a must-have for fans. Our wall calendar is handsomely printed with plenty of room to pencil in upcoming activities and reminder notes. Get one for yourself and for friends.
- Full-color prints of Colonial Williamsburg
- Includes notes about each photograph
- Measures 13 1/2"W x 21"H (opened)
- WILLIAMSBURG exclusive!
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This special calendar is always saved. I have quite a large collection and enjoy looking through my "Williamsburg Gallery."
Love Williamsburg; the people, the location, the shops, very authentic & just a Great Place to feel Great About America... Keep up the Wonderful Work !!!!!!!
I moved from Maryland into New Jersey now, since a young widow; and no more family. Have a cousin in Jersey, so.......
However, I’ve always loved Williamsburg, VA and especially history, so will always be ordering from the gift store. I , of course, will visit as always.
Best! Be safe & healthy!
Pamela St. Clair
Lived in Williamsburg for 15 years - loved it then and now - the calendar reminds me of wonderful times.
We are currently using the 2020 Colonial Williamsburg calendar that we had bought there in 2019. The pictures are wonderful. The date squares are large enough to write in and the pages are thick enough so that the writing does not go through the pages. We were not able to visit in person this year, so I ordered the calendar online to be a reminder of a place that we love and hope to get back to.
When will my order arrive!
I have been purchasing this calendar since 2003 and love it. The pictures are great, the blocks are large it has the moon phases for each month, and all the holidays. Great quality.
Enjoy photos reminding me of my first visit to Williamsburg in 1955 when my grandparents brought my sister and I during Memorial Day holiday. My husband and I still visit quite often starting with our first Thanksgiving after we were married in 1964.
Beautiful photos as usual.