The Shenandoah Valley Tapestry Historic Houses Tour
The “Shenandoah Valley Tapestry”
project is spearheaded by the Winchester Chapter of the Embroiders’ Guild of America (WEGA) and the local community advocacy organization, the Multicultural Club Collage (MCC) of Frederick County, VA. Working together, the WEGA and MCC have been joined by The Handley Regional Library, the Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, and the Kernstown Battlefield Association to bring “The Shenandoah Valley Tapestry” to life.
A narrated tour of the historic buildings featured in the tapestry will
start at 9:30 am. The tour is approximately two and one - half hours. Rebecca Ebert, Archivist of the Stewart Bell Jr. Archives, will lead the tour.
The trolley will be waiting for us at the Wells Fargo parking lot at 201 N Loudoun St, Winchester, VA 22601. There are only 25 seats! The cost is $18.00 per person including admission to the Belle Grove Plantation. We'll have a picnic. Panera boxed lunches are available for $12. You can bring your own picnic.
Please make your checks payable to WFCHS (Winchester Frederick County HIstorical Society) and send them to Rebecca Ebert, Handley Regional Library, 100 W Piccadilly St, Winchester, VA 22601. Checks can be submitted to Irina Galounina at the Tapestry meeting on the 9th of May.