Eat Drink Man Woman: Explore the role of meals in keeping families together. 2 p.m. Thursday, Williamsburg Regional Library, 515 Scotland St. Free.
Historic rail cars: Take a look at how we used to travel at the Norge Depot Museum, 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, 7770 Croaker Road. Free.
Moving music: Bruton Parish Church is the setting for a Flute, Continuo Organ & Harpsichord Recital by Chris Ertell on flute and Cheryl van Ornam, organist from Redeemer Lutheran Church in Richmond. 8-9 p.m. Saturday. Parking is permitted on Duke of Gloucester Street during concerts. No ticket required, but a free-will offering will be accepted.
Yorktown and World War I: The Yorktown Preservation Society meets to discuss World War I and activity as related to Yorktown. 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Grace Episcopal Parish Hall, 111 Church St., Yorktown. Free.
All blown up: Learn how munitions made the difference in “Blast from the Past: Artillery in the War of Independence,” a special exhibition at the American Revolution Museum in Yorktown. Open during regular museum hours; free with paid museum admission.
Make your own wreath: It’s always time for a fresh wreath, and here’s a change to learn how to make your own. For ages 10 and older. 1-4 p.m. Sunday, James City County Library, 7770 Croaker Road. Free.
Worried about your privacy?: Visiting Professor Javier Guillén will address the topic, “Data Protection as a Human Right” at the The College of William and Mary’s law school.1-2 p.m. Thursday, Room 141 at the law school, 613 S. Henry St. Free.
Here be pirates: Put on your best pirate garb and head to Shields Tavern for Blackbeard’s Feast, a Halloween night pig roast and party. Must be 21 to attend. 7-9 p.m., Wednesday, Shields Tavern, 422 E. Duke of Gloucester St. $65.
Vintage advantage: If restored old furniture, vintage clothing and jewelry are your thing, then York County’s Vintage Marketplace is your destination. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, McReynolds Athletic Complex, 412 Sports Way, Yorktown. Music and food trucks will be on site. Free.
First feast: Re-live the re-enactment of America's first Thanksgiving at Berkeley Plantation. Enjoy period re-enactors, musicians and games. The Chickahominy Tribal Dancers perform. There will be the traditional Thanksgiving in a glass. Noon to 4 p.m., Sunday, Berkeley Plantation, 12602 Harrison Landing Road, Charles City. $10 per car, $5 per bike.