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Events Calendar

Sunday, March 15, 2015 – 2:00 p.m. – HFFI Annual Meeting

Library Headquarters, 1201 Caroline Street, Fredericksburg

Both members and non-members (or as we like to call them, future members) are welcome at HFFI’s Annual Meeting. The agenda will include updates from the staff and board on the foundation’s activities as well as the presentation of the 2015 Preservation Awards. The awards will be presented to the most deserving projects and stewards of preservation from the previous year.

The event will also include a speaker on a local historic topic. Check back for more information on the speaker.

This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

Saturday, March 21, 2015 – 10:00 a.m. – Historic Homeowner Workshop

Library Headquarters, 1201 Caroline Street, Fredericksburg

Join HFFI for a crash course in what every historic homeowner should know. We will cover basics of what to ask a contractor or salesman when looking for a new roof to what part of your home is actually eating up your energy costs (Hint: it’s not your windows!).

Geared towards both the DIY crowd as well as those just wanting some background information before they hire a contractor, this workshop will help you feel confident that the work you do on your home will only enhance its historic character not destroy it.

Event is free but reservations are requested so enough materials are on hand. Please email or call 540-371-4504 to reserve your spot.

Saturday, April 11, 2015 – 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. – University of Mary Washington Multicultural Fair

UMW Campus, 1301 College Avenue, Fredericksburg

Each year the University of Mary Washington’s Multicultural Student Affairs and James Farmer Multicultural Center organizes a celebration of cultural diversity with its on-campus Multicultural Fair. A day full of fun and entertainment for the whole family, all are welcome to learn, enjoy, and appreciate the many cultures that make up our community. Stop by the HFFI table and learn about Fredericksburg’s early residents and the effect their ethnic background has had on our built environment.

Saturday, May 16: "James Monroe's Fredericksburg" Walking Tour

Explore Fredericksburg as Monroe knew it with G. Scott Walker, director of Hallowed Ground Tours!

Tour starts at 301 Caroline Street, the home where the Monroe family lived, with stops at Fredericksburg Masonic Lodge #4 and St. George’s Episcopal Church, ending with a reception at the museum. This program is co-sponsored by the Historic Fredericksburg Foundation, Inc.

1 p.m., 301 Caroline Street. $25/person ($15/Friends of JMM or Members of HFFI).

Advance registration is required at 540-654-1043

Reserve your spot today!


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