Anniversary celebration, museum opening scheduled for Saturday | New

The sixth annual Hanover AutumnFest, presented by Anton Paar, is the Hanover Tavern Foundation’s community event of the year. The tavern grounds become the backdrop for a day of food, family entertainment and live music.

The on-site event features smoked pork, turkey and brisket, Brunswick Stew, side dishes and fresh pies from Hanover Tavern Restaurant. Plus, there’s local craft beer and wine, live music, and games and activities for the kids. Activities for kids include decorating pumpkins, a petting zoo, a hay slide, face painting, a scavenger hunt, a magic show, and children’s crafts. Admission is free and open to the public.

See hanovertavern.org or call (804) 537-5050 for more details on this great Hanover event.

On Saturday October 2, Patrick Henry’s Scotchtown will be holding its “300th Anniversary and Fall Festival” from 10 am to 5 pm. Enjoy live music, food trucks, a petting zoo, a selection of drinks, and ongoing tours of Scotchtown. Renowned historian and author of James Beard’s award-winning book The Cooking Gene, Michael Twitty, will demonstrate home cooking and discuss Afro-Atlantic culinary history. Historian and storyteller Valerie Davis will discuss the African-American experience. Also present will be the Library of Virginia with information on genealogical research, the Sailors’ Museum showcasing the African Maritime Kingdoms, and the master gardeners of Hanover discussing the landscape and gardens. Living history performers representing Patrick Henry, Sarah Henry and Charles Chiswell will be present as well as traditional artisans demonstrating their crafts and selling their wares. Proceeds from the event go to Scotchtown’s Raise the Roof campaign to replace the building’s roof and protect the collections and programs therein. See preservationvirginia.org / historic-sites / patrick-henrys / scotchtown / or call (804) 227-3500 for details.


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