Pocahontas Festival

2019 Pocahontas Festival

“Celebrating the life, legend and legacy of the woman most famously known as Pocahontas and the Virginia Indian tribes.”

See The Event Brochure & Map with detailed listings HERE

See The Online Web App with detailed listings HERE

Saturday, November 16th – 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

      Join us for a festival along Main Street, from the Pocahontas Statue to the Mural at Main Street Center. Visit multiple stations and            exhibits while using the free shuttle bus to learn more about Pocahontas, Werowocomoco and the Virginia Indians. The Pocahontas        Festival stops include:

               • Pocahontas Statue

               • Tucker Store

               • Gloucester Visitor’s Center

               • Colonial Courthouse

               • Gloucester Museum of History

               • Gloucester Arts on Main

               • Pocahontas Museum

               • CAPE

               • Gloucester Main Library

               • Pocahontas Mural at Main Street Center

     Activities and exhibits will happen concurrently all day long, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm. Join us at 11:30 am at the Gloucester Visitor’s                 Center for the Grand Opening of the Werowocomoco Exhibits, funded by the National Park Service.

     All activities are free and open to the public

Sunday, November 17th

     Learn about the past, present and future of Werowocomoco, featuring speakers Kym Hall, Superintendent of Colonial National                 Historical Park and Dave Brown with The Fairfield Foundation.

     2:00 pm at TC Walker Education Center Auditorium

     Free & Open to the Public