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March 27, 2018
225 Oak Grove Drive
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March 7, 2018 - March 28, 2018 @ Sargeant Museum
Gloria Gilmore and Linda Austin are experienced in African-American genealogy, but the workshop is for anyone looking for family in Louisa County. The historical Society offers regular opportunities to do family research under the guidance of experienced volunteers. Contact the Historical Society for details.
March 24, 2018, 11:00 AM @ Louisa Town Park
Come to the most exciting egg hunt in Louisa! There will be lots of candy and a special bunny guest. This event is guaranteed to be a fun afternoon for your entire family. Starting at 11:00 a.m. the children's games and inflatable bounceables will add to the festivities, along with face painting and contests. More information to come!
March 25, 2018, 2:00 PM @ Louisa County Arts Center
In partnership with The Louisa Arts Center, The Louisa County Historical Center presents professor Jack Trammell’s discussion of Richmond’s 15th Street, known as the South’s Wall Street in antebellum times, which, like its New York counterpart, was a center of commerce. But the business done here was unspeakable and the scene heart wrenching. With over sixty-nine slave dealers and auction houses, the Wall Street area saw tens of millions of dollars and countless human lives change hands, fueling the southern economy. Dr. Trammell’s presentation will bring highlights of his book by the same name in which he traces the history of the city’s slave trade, from the origins of African slavery in Virginia to its destruction at the end of the Civil War. Unique to this presentation will be documented accounts of the sales of slaves at Louisa Court House, sales advertised in the Richmond papers to entice traders to purchase slaves here for resale on the Richmond market.
March 26, 2018, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Louisa County Public Library
Join the Louisa County Historical Society for an introduction to the 1,000 plus items in "Land Between the Rivers", the online archive of the Louisa County Historical Society. Historical Society staff will give a tour of the content (including photos of: the mines in Mineral, CCC Camps in Louisa County in the 1930s, Aircraft Spotters during WW II, copies from one of our local registrar of vital records' files of the 1924 Racial Purity Act passed in Virginia, Civil War letters, Revolutionary War documents, birth records, the 1862 Special War Tax book with every household in the county listed.) Several online exhibits of interest are included.
March 27, 2018, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Coyote Hole Ciderworks
Come out on Tuesday, March 27, for Coyote Hole Ciderworks’ first Networking Event being held from 4-7pm. Network with local businesses from Louisa, Spotsylvania, Fluvanna, Green, Orange and other surrounding counties. Registration is free but required and includes light appetizers while supplies last.
If you are a business who currently sells on and/or off premise alcohol sales, you will be treated to 1 oz. samples of Coyote Hole Ciderworks’ main hard ciders, tour of their facilities and a Q&A session about the ciders and how you can carry them in your business. Just enter in your Virginia ABC license number when registering to gain this benefit. You need to have an VA ABC license to receive the free samples.
Registration ends on March 21st.
March 30, 2018, 1:00 PM @ Small Country Campground
Camp Church in the pavilion. Kids and Adults Easter Activities – Egg Decorating, Easter Egg Hunt, Dinosaur Egg Hunt, Easter Parade.
March 31, 2018, All Day @ Small Country Campground