2019 Events

 

Live Trivia Nights!

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 CCHA and the Clarke County Library team up once again to bring you live team trivia.  Categories include History, Music, Movies, Literature, Science, and more.  Prizes are donated by local area businesses.  Barn doors open at 6:30 p.m.  To sign up to play, please call the Barns of Rose Hill at 540-955-2004.

Sunday, August 25th

2:00-4:00 p.m.

Burwell-Morgan Mill Millwood, VA

$10 CCHA Members
$20 non-Members

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Virginia Beer: From Colonial Days to Craft's Golden Age

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Brewing beer has been an important part of Virginia's history, from the first colonial brewers to the craft beer explosion of today.  Join us at the Burwell-Morgan Mill as beer historian Lee Graves gives this fascinating talk on Virginia's beer history.  Also, Escutcheon Brewing out of Winchester will have a special ale on hand, brewed exclusively for this event, that follows a 1740s colonial Virginia recipe!

Saturday, September 7th

6:30-8:30 p.m.

Burwell-Morgan Mill Millwood, VA

$10 CCHA Members
$15 non-Members

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"To Think I Would Be Free Some Day": African-Americans' Quest for Freedom During Reconstruction in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley

Noyalas talk

Shenandoah University professor and Chair of the McKormick Civil War Institute, Dr. Jonathan Noyalas, discusses what life was like for the former slaves in the Shenandoah Valley during Reconstruction.  Book signing to follow.

September 28th -
October 13th

Burwell-Morgan Mill

Patrons' Night gala
Friday, September 27th
6:00-8:00 p.m.
$65

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Art at the Mill

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Now entering its 29th year, Art at the Mill has become one of the premier art shows in the region.  Featuring works for sale from artists across the mid-Atlantic.  

Sunday-Friday 12-5, Saturday 10-6

November 2nd

11:00-4:00 p.m.

Burwell-Morgan Mill
Millwood, VA

FREE!

CCHA's 9th Annual Heritage Day

Rachel RR

Ever wanted to experience every day life in the 1700s? Those who love history and are looking for a beautiful place to visit on a fall day won’t want to miss Heritage Day at the Burwell-Morgan Mill!  The event will offer fascinating demonstrations on how people in the colonial era did fundamental activities such as food production (milling wheat and corn), woodworking, hands-on sewing demonstrations, and cooking. There will also be kids’ games, fresh apple and pear cider, and an encampment of Revolutionary War re-enactors from the Second Virginia Regiment. All activities will be inside or right outside the Mill and if it’s a nice day, we’ll spread out to our lovely meadow.

Dress warmly, wear sturdy shoes, and bring your friends and family for a fun day in Millwood! 

 

Be sure to check back often to see what other events are coming up!

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