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Scotchtown 300th Anniversary and Fall Festival

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Patrick Henry's Scotchtown

16120 Chiswell Lane

Beaverdam, VA 23015

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Hanover County and Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown are partnering to host a 300th Anniversary Commemoration and Fall Festival.

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Enjoy live music, food trucks, a petting zoo, a selection of beverage options and continuous Scotchtown tours. Michael Twitty, noted historian and author of the James Beard award winning book The Cooking Gene, will demonstrate hearth cooking and speak about Afro-Atlantic culinary history. Historian and storyteller Valerie Davis will be on hand to discuss the African American experience.

Also in attendance: the Library of Virginia with information about genealogy, The Mariners Museum presenting Maritime African Kingdoms, and the Hanover Master Gardeners will have stations throughout the festival.

Join living history interpreters portraying Patrick Henry, Sarah Henry and Charles Chiswell, infantry and mounted dragoons of the Continental Army, and traditional artisans demonstrating their trades and selling their wares.Proceeds from the event benefit Scotchtown’s “Raise the Roof” campaign to replace the building’s roof and protect the collections and programs within.

COVID-19 protocols will follow local health guidelines and CDC for day of event.

Event is rain or shine. No refunds unless event is canceled by Preservation Virginia.

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Patrick Henry's Scotchtown

16120 Chiswell Lane

Beaverdam, VA 23015

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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Preservation Virginia makes Virginia's communities and historic places of memory stronger, more vital and economically sustainable through preservation, education and advocacy.

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