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Nelson County Historical Society Annual Meeting
Sunday, March 3
Nelson County Historical Society Annual Meeting  (Special Events)
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
The Nelson Center, 8445 Thomas Nelson Hwy, Lovingston, VA
Election of Officers and Board Members
Program speaker is Fred Wilbur whose subject will be the recent publication by the Society, The Nelson County Garden Club: The First Fifty Years, 1935-1985.
The emphasis will be on the many unexpected civic activities of the Club using many photographs not included in the book


Wednesday, March 6
Oakland Museum reopens for spring  (Special Events)
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Oakland Museum, 5365 Thomas Nelson Hwy, Arrington, VA 22922
New exhibits throughout the museum will include a display of Nelson County Garden Club items. A docent will be on hand for tours of Oakland.


Saturday, March 23
Rhythms of Yesterday and Today: Unveiling of Delores Truesdale exhibit panel and video  (Program)
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Oakland Museum, 5365 Thomas Nelson Hwy, Arrington, VA 22922
Truesdale family and students who sang at the Tribute Event on Sept 17, 2023 are invited. Open to the public. Jimmy Fortune will be in attendance.


Saturday, March 30
Rhythms of Yesterday and Today: Unveiling of Joe Madison exhibit panel and video  (Program)
11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Oakland Museum, 5365 Thomas Nelson Hwy, Arrington, VA 22922
Tribute to Joe Madison, guitar teacher. Members of the Madison family and Joe's students will attend. Open to the public. Followed by a tribute at Rapunzel’s in Lovingston from 2 p.m.—4 p.m.



Saturday, April 27
Nelson County Historical Society Homes and Properties Tour  (Special Events)
10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Houses in the Arrington and Lovingston communities
The properties open for visting are Red Hill Estate, Old Church in Lovingston, Fortune’s Cove House, and Oakland Museum. More information will be available in the spring newsletter and on Nelson County Historical Society website.