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April 18, 6:30 pm, Gallery Opening Reception: Featured exhibition on photographer Allen Litten, the Valley’s Observer. At 7:00 pm, Curator Daniel Robinson will provide insight into Litten’s keen eye, masterful compositions, and recurring themes in images of our community. Come celebrate photography as art and visual history!
May 16, 7pm: Third Thursday Talk: The Heritage Museum presents The Most Romantic Man In America: John C. Frémont in Rockingham County. John C. Frémont was an American original. Explorer. General. Presidential candidate. And complete romantic. Frémont’s story will be told by Bill Miller, historian and battlefield guide. Share the event and bring your friends and family.
June 20, 7pm: For the June Third Thursday Talk, The Heritage Museum presents Letters From Home: Travels of Esther Matthews of Lacy Spring, 1840-1860. Experience the antebellum life of quilter Esther Matthews as told by Neva Hart. Share the event and bring your friends and family!
July 18, 7pm: The Heritage Museum is proud to present Gravestones Have A Story To Tell, a Third Thursday Talk by Randy Atkins. Join Randy as we explore what can be learned from the geology, geometry, and symbolism of gravestones and the stories they tell.