The 2016 Feast of Tabernacles

October 16th at Sunset
to
October 24th (Last Great Day), 2016

Convenient to America's Historic Triangle

Williamsburg - Yorktown - Jamestown

America's Historic Triangle, also known as Virginia's Historic Triangle, is located in southeastern Virginia between Richmond and Norfolk.  Comprised of Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown, the Triangle is linked by the scenic Colonial Parkway.


(http://www.nps.gov/colo/parkway.htm)

Visitors to America's Historic Triangle are able to explore the birthplace of the United States through living history museums, cultural presentations, special events and more.

Special Notice:

Sabbath services on Sep 26, 2015 will be at 2;00 PM in the Mayfair Inn & Suites conference room.

This year we have arranged for a guided tour of The Mariners Museum and a private showing of National Geographic's Jerusalem the Movie in the IMAX theatre located in the museum.

The cost for this activity will be $10 per person for admission to the museum and the tour and $6 per person for the movie.  The Mariners Museum is America's premier maritime display and well worth seeing.  National  Geographic's Jerusalem the Movie is a 3D walking tour of the Holy City.

Printable Speaking and Activities Schedule

Services and other events will be at the

Mayfair  Inn & Suites - Williamsburg
formerly La Quinta Inn
 Suites - Williamsburg

814 Capitol Landing Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185

PHONE: (757) 229-0200
FAX: (757) 345-5563

EMAIL: mayfairinn814@gmail.com

Note:

This was formerly La Quinta Inn and may be displayed as such on maps or internet searches.
The phone number is still 757-229-0200.
The email is
mayfairinn814@gmail.com


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Room Rate: $79.00 + tax ($89.69)
Hot breakfast bar included
Indoor Heated Pool and Fitness Center

All rooms are suites some with kitchenette if available
(Ask for Church of God or Feast of Tabernacles rate)

Guests should refer to The Church of God Ministries International when calling 1-757-779-0200 to guarantee their rooms. The block will be held until September 18th 2015.  After this time the group block will be released and rooms may be available at the regular rack rate.  All guests can make special requests when making their own reservations. Individuals will need to secure their reservation with a credit card or a one nights deposit at least 30 days prior to arrival to get the group rate.  If the individual needs to cancel their reservation they may do so with the hotel directly at least 72 hours prior to their group’s arrival (September 24th 2015).

Hotel Website:
Coming Soon

Interactive Map and Directions

Note:

This was formerly La Quinta Inn and may be displayed as such on maps or internet searches.  The phone number is still 757-229-0200.
The email is
mayfairinn814@gmail.com


Contact Information:
 
Charles Gray
bjcsgray@verizon.net
215-519-6264
or Bob Born
bob@born-web.org
434-922-0870

 

 
Printable Speaking and Activities Schedule

Places to go and things to do    =>   Printable Version

If you are not able to be with us in Williamsburg then check

http://www.thecogmi.org/fot.htm

or

http://feastgoer.org/feast15.html
 

Local Attractions

Colonial Williamsburg
Enjoy the freedom to explore the world’s largest living museum, including 35 exhibition sites, 16 trade shops, and 15 site tours—7 of which are guided. Browse the world-class Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg and discover a variety of decorative arts and folk art. Free all-day shuttle service. And participate in Revolutionary City® programming, daily live performances that recount the events in the years surrounding to the Revolution. Take time to visit other historic buildings, such as Bassett Hall, the Williamsburg home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller Jr. during the years they oversaw the Restoration.

Historic Jamestowne
Founded in 1607, some 13 years before the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth, Jamestown served as the capital of Virginia throughout the 17th century and saw the establishment of the language, customs, laws and government practiced in our nation today.  Today, the National Park Service and APVA Preservation Virginia preserve and interpret our nation's roots at Historic Jamestowne, site of America's first permanent English settlement.

Yorktown Battlefield
See where American independence was won at the Yorktown Battlefield, administered by the National Park Service as part of the Colonial National Historical Park.  Here on October 19, 1781, British forces under Lord Charles Cornwallis surrendered to the combined American and French armies led by General George Washington, concluding the battle that signaled the beginning of the end of the fight for American independence.

Website: http://www.historyisfun.org/Yorktown-Victory-Center.htm

Other Local Attractions

 
The Mariners Museum
“America's National Maritime Museum”
 

Welcome to the
The Mariners Museum

Explore over 60,000 square feet of gallery space with rare figureheads, handcrafted ship models, Civil War ironclad USS Monitor artifacts, paintings, and much more.

For over eighty years, the history of the ocean and its relationship with humankind has been told and displayed in one of the largest maritime museums in the world. In 1930, The Mariners’ Museum was brought to life by the shared vision of Archer Milton Huntington and Homer L. Ferguson. Huntington was son of railroad and shipping magnate Collis P. Huntington, who founded Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Company just a few miles from the Museum. Ferguson, the head of Newport News Shipbuilding at the time of the founding, also served as The Mariners’ Museum’s first President.

Special Notice:
This year we have arranged for a guided tour of
The Mariners Museum and a private showing of National Geographic's Jerusalem the Movie in the IMAX theatre located in the museum.

The cost for this activity will be $10 per person for admission to the museum and the tour and $6 per person for the movie.  The Mariners Museum is America's premier maritime display and well worth seeing.  National  Geographic's Jerusalem the Movie is a 3D walking tour of the Holy City.

100 Museum Drive
Newport News, VA 23606

Phone: (757) 596-2222
(800) 581-7245
Fax: (757) 591-7320

Website:  http://www.marinersmuseum.org/

 
Virginia Air & Space Center
 
Welcome to the
Virginia Air & Space Center

Imaginations will soar at this hands-on, minds-on science center that features interactive exhibits, a five-story-high IMAX theatre.

Located in Hampton, Virginia, the birthplace of America’s space program, the Virginia Air & Space Center (VASC) is the official visitor center for NASA Langley Research Center. Its mission is to educate, entertain and inspire explorers of all ages. VASC features interactive aviation exhibits spanning 100 years of flight, more than 30 historic aircraft, a hands-on space gallery, and more. Guests can pilot a space shuttle, program Mars rovers for a mission, become an air traffic controller, fly an airplane, and climb aboard a WWII bomber. The Center is home to the Apollo 12 Command Module that went to the moon, a Mars meteorite, a moon rock brought back by the Apollo 17 mission, and the Lunar Excursion Module Simulator (LEMS) used to train the first astronauts to land on the moon. VASC also features the Riverside 3D Digital IMAX Theater. For operating hours and admission prices visit www.vasc.org.

600 Settlers Landing Rd,
Hampton, VA 23669

Phone: (757) 727-0900

Website:  www.vasc.org

 
The Virginia Living Museum
 

Welcome to the
Virginia Living Museum
Protect What’s Precious
 

View endangered red wolves. Get up close to a loggerhead turtle and moon jellies.

See fish with no eyes and frogs that change colors. Touch live horseshoe crabs and fossilized dinosaur tracks. It’s all at the Virginia Living Museum, Newport News, where living exhibits depict Virginia’s natural heritage from the mountains to the sea. Visitors experience animals native to Virginia in habitats, discovery centers and interactive exhibits. The Virginia Living Museum showcases Virginia’s natural and living resources to encourage understanding and protection of our natural world. Traveling exhibits are added every summer with FROGS A Chorus of Colors now open through September 7, 2015. TOAD-ally amazing! The Virginia Living Museum’s indoor galleries and two-level habitariums showcase the wide variety of animals and plants living in the Commonwealth. Discovery Centers are brimming with natural history specimens to touch and explore.

524 J. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Newport News, VA 23601

Phone: 757-595-1900

Website:  http://www.thevlm.org/