September 14 – 25
Help us win $12,000 through WTOP’s Click for a Cause Contest. Visit http://wtop.com/contests/click-for-a-cause-voting/?char=c and vote for the Chapman – Beverley Mill .
For more information contact Frances Allshouse at firstname.lastname@example.org or 540-253-5888.
Old Town Warrenton, 11am – 4pm
Courthouse Square and Main Street
Visitor’s Center/ Mosby House property, 33 N. Calhoun St.. Old Town Warrenton
See learn about the Mill and its history, see some of its archaeological artifacts, and find out how you can help preserve it!
Program of Events:
– Historian Promenade
– Living History
– Old Jail Museum open and courtyard activities
– Speaker’s Program: Disunion and Reunion
– Free Camp Dance called by Tom and Lesley Mack with music played by Marshall and Company
– Town Tours
– Bivouac Area
– Field Hospital
– Children’s Corner and history related activities
– Free event! Rain or Shine!
Supported by the Town of Warrenton and Fauquier County.
Event registration can be downloaded at http://www.mosbysplayers.com.
For information call Paula Johnson at 540.341.7019 or email email@example.com or http://www.mosbysplayers.com.
October 23 – 24
7 – 9PM
Visit the historic Chapman – Beverley Mill during the Bull Run Mountain Conservancy’s annual Halloween Safari! The Mill will be open with some fun Fall decorations! Read more about the Safari below.
BRMC wants to take you on an hour-long, night-time hike through the Bull Run Mountains! A guide will lead you along the trail where you will meet native “wildlife” that perform natural history skits. There is a new cast of animals each year, so don’t miss it! Join us for face painting, Halloween snacks, hot cider, a bonfire, and live music. Bring a flashlight, wear good hiking shoes, and remember that it can get cold on the Mountain.
Pre-registration is required.
BRMC Members: $7/ Non-members: $10.