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Cub Scout Bear Adventure: Paws for Action New - this program will allow scouts to learn about two famous Americans, visit a place of historical interest in their community, visit a museum, learn about the American flag, its meaning and recite the Pledge of Allegiance.  At historic Trinity Church, 100111 Ironbridge Road, Chesterfield VA 23832,  Saturday July 8, 2017   2-4pm $5
2017   2-4pm $5 

Cub Scout Bear Adventure: Paws for Action
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Cub Scout Wolf Elective Adventure: Finding Your Way
   New - This workshop is geared for boys looking to complete this elective.  During the program the boys will learn to orient and read a map, identify a compass rose, how to properly use a compass finding the four directional points, learn how to take a bearing, understand map symbols and learn how to locate a an object with a compass.  At historic Trinity Church, 10111 Ironbridge Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832.  Saturday Junee 10, 2017 10-Noon $5

Cub Scout Wolf Elective Adventure: Finding Your Way
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Weblos Arrow of Light Adventure Building a Better World:   Souts will learn about the history of the US Flag, how to properly display a flag in public and lead a flag ceremony.  Learn how to describe rights and duties of a citizen and explain how to be a loyal citizen.  Discuss the role of a government leader in your community and learn about an important issue facing your community.  At historic Trinity Church, 10111 Ironbridge Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832.  Saturday April 15, 2017 2-4pm $10

Webelos Arrow of Light Adventure: Building A Better World
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More Information by calling the Chesterfield County Parks and Recreation Department. (contact Bryan Truzzie, 751-4946 or truzzieb@chesterfield.gov)      




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EppingtonThe Plantation sits a mile above the Appomattox River on a level ridge in southwestern Chesterfield County.  It is probably the best known of the Chesterfield plantations.  This exceptional beautiful structure is a late eighteenth-century house built by Francis Eppes VI. Architectural historians consider the house with its 2 1/2-story, hipped-roof central block and one-story hipped-roof wings unique among early Virginia dwellings.  It is a �high-style� type of architecture with wood frame construction and weatherboard sheathing.  It has a modified hall-parlor plan of its main block and has dormer windows.  Its brick foundation, hipped roof, three part neo-Palladian elevations, symmetrical fa�ade, and complex total floor plan set it apart from most other local houses of the period.  It has a wood shingle roof, plastered interior walls, random width pine floor panels and six raised panel doors. 


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