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CHSV Event Calendar

Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia
Calendar of Events
 
Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia
 
Information: (804)796-7121         Facebook & www.chesterfieldhistory.com

***Here is a printable copy of the CHSV  3 Month Scroll of events

ONGOING EXHIBITS
 
Current Exhibit “Farming in Chesterfield 100 Years Ago,” (County Museum)
 
6813 Mimms Road, $2 Suggested Donation, (804)768-7311
 
Current Exhibit “History of Chesterfield County Jails” (1892 Old Jail)
 
6819 Mimms Loop, $2 Suggested Donation, (804)768-7311

JUNE 2024 EVENTS
 
1st, Saturday, 12:00 noon, “Goats on a Leash” Concert on the Lawn (Magnolia Grange
 
House Museum), 10020 Iron Bridge Road, bring a lawn chair. (804)748-1498, FREE
 
8th, Saturday, 11am-1pm, “Toys and Games of the Past” (County Museum), 6813 Mimms Loop, (804)768-7311 to register, FREE
 
15th, Saturday, 12:00 noon, “The History of the American Flag” (Magnolia Grange
 
House Museum), 10020 Iron Bridge Road, (804)748-1498, FREE
 
20th, Thursday, 10:00am, “The Saga of the 1749 Commission of the Peace, Chesterfield County’s
 
Birth Certificate” (Bensley Recreation Center), 2900 Drewry’s Bluff Road, (804)768-7942,
 
Lecture by Liess van der Linden-Brusse, CHSV Research Library, FREE
  
JULY 2024 EVENTS
 
6th, Saturday, 12:00 noon, “History of Ice Cream & Ice Cream Social” (Magnolia Grange
 
House Museum), 10020 Iron Bridge Road, (804)748-1498, FREE
 
20th, Saturday, 12:00 noon, “Medicine through the Ages: from the Renaissance to Modern Man,” (Magnolia Grange House Museum), 10020 Iron Bridge Road, (804)748-1498, FREE
 
27th, Saturday, 11am-Noon, “Ocher: Mankind’s First Yellow” (County Museum), 6813 Mimms Loop,
 
Lecture by local artist Miguel Carter-Fisher, (804)768-7311 to register, FREE
  
AUGUST 2024 EVENTS
 
3rd, Saturday, 12:00 noon, “Fascinating Fibers, Part Two,” (Magnolia Grange House Museum),
 
10020 Iron Bridge Road, (804)748-1498, Lecture by Sarah Reese, FREE
 
17th, Saturday, 12:00 noon, “Symbols & Sentiment of Blandford Cemetery, Part Two,” (Magnolia Grange House Museum), 10020 Iron Bridge Road, (804)748-1498, FREE
 
24th, Saturday, 11am-Noon, “United States Fractional Currency” (County Museum),
 
6813 Mimms Loop, (804)768-7311 to register, Lecture by Henry Coalter, FREE
 
 

Refund Policy Effective May 1, 2023....
Refund   Disclosure for CHSV
Effective May 1, 2023   the following refund policy will be effective for all programming.

All participant-initiated refund requests should   be made in-writing and submitted to the Administrative Assistant for approval. Full   refunds, less a $5.00 administrative fee will be made for cancellations received more than 10 business days (14 calendar) days before the event or program.  Refunds will not be made for requests received within 10 business days before the event.  Activity fees for any advertised program under $10.00 are nonrefundable.

If a program is cancelled by Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia, due to low enrollment the participant will receive a full refund.   All refund requests are subject to review by the Chesterfield Historical Society's Treasurer and President. Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia reserves the right to review these procedures and administer refunds in the best interest of the Society and by generally approved accounting procedures.


   
Our Events
When scheduled, our Events Calendar includes:  Annual Winter Lecture Series, Genealogy Workshops, Rotating Exhibits, Tours of Civil War sites, Paranormal Investigations, Elegant Themed Teas, Summer Camps for Scouts, Home-Schoolers and children age group 8-12

Annual   fundraisers include:  Ever-Popular Westchester Commons Summer Concert Series: Concert events are held from 5:30-8:30 on Thursday evenings in the Westchester Concert Field, on Main Street at Westchester Commons. On the day of the Concert, you can help us raise funds for this event.
We sponsor the Annual Chesterfield County Veterans Day ceremony at the 1917 Courthouse and support the preservation of our   historical sites and Civil War parks. In addition, the Society promotes county history through public speaking engagements, information tables at local festivals and programs for educational outreach.

Notice:    For CHSV Events :  Please Review the Refund Policy stated above.  Holiday Closures


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