Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia

 

Magnolia Grange House Museum

Magnolia Grange Events

10020 Iron Bridge Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832

Please note: To maintain the historical integrity of the site, Magnolia Grange is not handicapped accessible.   Programs are Free. Reservations required for all programs.   Please call: 804-748-1498

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Magnolia Grange House Museum offers events and programs that will satisfy any age group.  Home Schools and Public Schools are encourage to arrange a trip to the County Museum.  Call Lorie Arnold at 804-748-1498 for details.

 

Saturdays, noon

July 1: Starry Suncatchers-Children in grades 1-3 can mark the month during which America achieved its independence by making a special craft project. Each child must be accompanied by an adult.  Thursdays, noon

July 15: Eagle Event-Construct a paper eagle in recognition of the Federalist-Era symbol of the then-newly formed government. For grades 1-3. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. Thursdays, noon

July 17 – “Blockade Runners” -Join us as author and retired U. S. Air Force officer Dr. Andrew English gives a talk regarding Civil War ships. Please call 748-1498 to register. Saturday, noon

Author and retired U.S. Air Force officer Dr. Andrew English will speak on Civil War ships. Please call 748-1498 to register.

August 7 – Archeology Anniversary   Archeological Society of VA/Kittiewan Plantation staff will present an artifact-centered program in recognition of the 81st Anniversary of the Archaeological Society of Virginia. Saturday, noon

Aug. 12: Magnolia Grange Model-Make a map of Magnolia Grange at this crafting event. For grades 1-3. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. Thursdays, noon

Aug. 26: Paper Lantern Play-Children in grades 1-3 can create a paper lantern inspired by Chinese wedding lanterns that were often imported and displayed in Colonial homes. Each child must be accompanied by an adult. Thursdays, noon

 

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