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An Afternoon with James Monroe

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James “Jay” G. Harrison III as
President James Monroe

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Saturday, October 8, 2022

4:00 – 6:30 pm

Aldie Mill Historic Park

Join us as we welcome James Monroe back to Aldie! Colonel Monroe, now in the latter years of his presidency, will address the audience on his Presidential administration's work and his plans for retirement with his wife at nearby Oak Hill.

$30 per person includes a wine & cheese reception with our 5th president.

 

Purchase your tickets online at http://apm.activecommunities.com/novaparks/Activity_Search/6559

Co-sponsored by Aldie Heritage Association

Program Patron Rogan Miller Zimmerman PLLC

In the Spirit of Tea

Friday, October 21, 2022

7 pm at the historic & haunted Aldie Mill

Learn about the history of Halloween, play a trivia game (with prizes!), and be treated to several ghostly tales from Aldie & beyond while enjoying a full tea catered by Calling Card Events:

  1. Scary Scones with cream and jam

  2. “Finger” sandwiches

  3. Witches Brew Bread

  4. Vampire Vittles

  5. Devil Eyes

  6. Ghostly desserts

  7. Bottomless cauldrons of Earl Grey Ghost and Deathly Darjeeling teas

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Cost per person: $40

includes a ghoulie treat bag to take home!

Proceeds support Aldie Mill’s Education Programs.

Reservations required. To purchase tickets, please visit:

http://apm.activecommunities.com/novaparks/Activity_Search/6561

Guided Tours at Mt. Zion Church

Are You New to the Area?
Are You Curious About Loudoun's History?
Do You See things on Loudoun's Historic Landscape
and Wonder What and Why They are There?

During fourth Sundays of the month, April through October, join us for guided tours of 1851 Mt. Zion Old School Baptist Church, site of an 1864 Civil War cavalry fight, and the adjacent cemetery. Tours include a living history presentation with a Union army doctor describing how the church was used as a hospital in 1863. Signatures of Civil War soldiers can be seen at this site, part of the Northern Virginia Civil War Graffiti Trail. This is a free program and no registration required.  Open 1:00-5:00 PM. Mt. Zion Historic Park is located at 40309 John Mosby Highway, Aldie.

Then join Virginia Piedmont Heritage Area Historian Emeritus Rich Gillespie to learn, visit and discuss with other Loudouners our historic landscape!

For more information, click here or call Tracy Gillespie at NOVA Parks, 703-327-0777 for registration!

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SCOUTING MOSBY'S RANGERS
A SEVEN PART SERIES ABOUT THE
43RD BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY

With Author and Historian LTC (R) Eric Buckland,
U.S. Army Special Forces

Sunday Afternoons Starting April 3rd!

For more information, click here!

The Aldie Heritage Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit membership organization founded to promote the history, character and heritage of Aldie, Virginia and the surrounding area.  Aldie was established in 1810.

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Aldie Heritage Association

PO Box 20

Aldie, VA 20105

info@aldieheritage.com

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