The Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society has concluded meetings for the year 2021.
The first three meetings for 2022 will be:
January 18 at the Historic Train Station - Show & Tell
Bring a treasure from home to share with the rest of the group! We will also be sharing some incredible items from the historical society archives.
February 15 at the Moton Museum - The Life & Legacy of Phil Ward
In celebration of National Black History Month, Dr. Lethosia Foster from the Longwood University History Department will discuss the fascinating story of longtime Longwood head chef, Phil Ward.
March 15 at the Historic Train Station - Trivia Night!
A night of fun and games! Form a team or compete on your own, answering some Farmville and Prince Edward County trivia questions.
Guests always welcomed.
At our last meeting, we celebrated the life of our recently departed friend Mike Rice by screening a recording of presentation he gave to the historical society in January 2001 regarding his vast collection of Civil War relics.
Dues for the year 2022 have increased to $20 for individuals and $30 for families or businesses.
Please make checks payable to Farmville-Prince Edward Historical Society and mail them in to:
P.O. Box 546
Farmville, VA 23901
Likewise, dues can be paid in-person at our meetings, to any FPEHS board member.
We are planning some very exciting meetings and projects for the upcoming year!
Past newsletters can be found on the FPEHS Digital Commons.
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