Three sisters reunite in this Southern Gothic comedy to escape their past in the hopes of a better tomorrow, yet their present reality offers hilarious and troublesome obstacles. This Pulitzer Prize-winning play takes a touching and irreverent look at sisterhood and what it means to find yourself amidst despair. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play in 1981.Find out more »
Go on a literary journey where well-loved characters and their creators come to life. Come dressed as your favorite author or character or wear your Sunday best for a three-course traditional English tea.Find out more »
Join Transcend Paranormal and Commonwealth Researchers of the Paranormal for an evening of paranormal investigation like no other. For the first time, they are pairing up with Preservation Virginia and the Hanover Tavern Foundation to investigate Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown and Hanover Tavern – all in one evening. Reservations are required. Scotchtown Location: – Scotchtown (Main House) – Kitchen House – One other Outlying Building – Grounds & Garden Hanover Tavern Location: – Hanover Tavern – Old Stone Jail – Historic Courthouse…Find out more »
Features live music, fall harvest foods, local craft beer, and wine, and activities for the whole family.Find out more »
Tour the haunted Tavern, Old Stone Jail, and Historic Courthouse with Transcend Paranormal and hear ghostly tales of actual events and recorded paranormal activity at each location. You never know what might be lurking around. Guided tours start at 7:00 p.m. Recommended for children 10 and up.Find out more »
Twelve years after he wrote A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens is going to America. He is to perform a dramatic reading about the values of Christmas. At home in London with his family, he struggles to write his script. He will get some help. The dreams, phantoms, and ghosts that always guided Dickens’ imagination do not fail him. Some of his imaginary friends arrive with words of wisdom and a little humor to inspire and remind him of the true…Find out more »
The Patrick Henry High School Madrigal Singers, under the direction of Jacob Devol, will perform highlights from a repertoire dating from the late Renaissance period to the present including many winter and holiday favorites. Immediately following the concert, the Madrigals will lead a carol-sing and tree lighting. Cookies and hot chocolate will be served.Find out more »
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