Over the next couple months there will be plenty of ways to support the Mill. We hope to see you at some of these fun upcoming events!
P. Buckley Moss Print Signing
10AM – 4PM
In September, P. Buckley Moss, a renowned Virginia-based artist who takes her inspiration largely from images of the Shenandoah Valley, announced the completion of three new works depicting historic places throughout Fauquier County. The three sites Ms. Moss selected are the Warrenton Rail Depot, the Waterloo Bridge and the Chapman – Beverley Mill.
On November 14, the artist will hold a print signing of her newly-released pieces. The signing will take place at Framecraft (64 Main St. Warrenton, VA). Prints will be available at $55 each and there will be a raffle to win a beautifully framed print of the Mill. All raffle proceeds will benefit the continued conservation and interpretation of the historic Mill site!
Stocking Stuffer Saturday
11AM – 3PM
Join us at the Mill Saturday, November 28 to pick out the perfect holiday gift for your loved ones! We’ll have a wide variety of merchandise for you to peruse including tee shirts, hoodies, hats, tea towels, aprons, mill stone magnets and more. And while you’re on site, don’t forget to pick out one of the Mill’s many stones to adopt!
Chapman’s Mill and the Secrets of Thoroughfare Gap
4 – 6PM
Join us at Turn the Mill Around Campaign’s office (4250 Loudoun Ave. The Plains, VA) for a fun afternoon of wine and light refreshments as we celebrate the completion of the cataloging phase of the Mill’s archaeological shovel test pit survey. Get a sneak preview of some of our favorite finds! Archaeology team leader, Mike Johnson, will be on hand to discuss the progress that has been made, the prehistoric items discovered and what the future holds for the program. Mr. Johnson will also demonstrate some of the stone knapping techniques early Virginia Indians used to create tools and weapons!