Terry Rensel, Tom Van Winkle and Chris Mackowski discuss local efforts to preserve area Civil War land. The CVBT is 25 years old.
Jessica Burger, Amy Durbin and Adrienne Carr preview “Much Ado About Nothing”/Shakespeare on the Lawn on July 10, 11, 17, 18. There are several other archaeology programs at Ferry Farm this summer too.
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WATCH: The president of The George Washington Foundation talks about what we’ve learned at what you can see at the rebuilt Washington boyhood home at Ferry Farm in Stafford.
It’s a 4th of July tradition at the Hugh Mercer Apothocary Shop downtown
1st District Congressman Rob Wittman on 4th of July 2021 at Ferry Farm in Stafford. What George Washington learned at Ferry Farm impacted the direction of his life.
For years the Historical Society has been working towards building a museum to showcase Stafford’s history to county residents and visitors.
Bookstore manager Deane Collie and Chief Historian John Hennessy on how choosing merchandise has changed in recent years. The importance of buying local. Park reopening update.
Anne Darron with Washington Heritage Museums and Scott Harris with the University of Mary Washington Museums talk about how the pandemic and social unrest has impacted them–and what the future looks like.
To ensure the safety of our visitors, volunteers, and staff, the Museum will limit capacity.
- COVID update with City Police Chief Mike Jones
- Nearly 100 people hospitalized with COVID in the region
- River Road in Stafford will be closed to through traffic for paving near the Chatham Bridge
- LISTEN: Town Talk/Safe Harbor Child Advocacy Center
- WATCH: New offices for Caroline County Habitat for Humanity