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"The Story Of Strasburg"
By Virginia Hinkins Cadden
Now available for $8.00 at these fine locations:
View a slide show of pictures from our Founding Families Event, Sunday 2/27/2011
2013 Strasburg Holiday Heritage Homes Tour by Joan Williams
The Strasburg Heritage Association in partnership with the Massanutten Garden Club will be presenting our Holiday Homes Tour on Saturday, December 14th from 10:00a.m. - 4:00 p.m. - Complimentary Refreshments.
Tickets are $10.00 - Advanced Tickets Are Now Available at the following Strasburg Businesses:
- Hotel Strasburg, Peoples Drug, First Bank, & BB&T Bank
The Strasburg Museum will also be OPEN from 10:00AM to 4:00PM
Here's a sneak preview of the homes on tour with more detailed information to follow. We are offering four properties located in our Historic District within walking distance of each other and one property at the edge of town off Route #11.
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1) 117 High Street (corner of South Holliday), now owned by Alice Muellerweiss and Kevin Watson, was the local Grammar School House and then the home of Doctor H. T. Hopewell in 1856.
2) Denise Jane owns and operates Denise Jane Portrait Design from her historic home located at 295 West Queen Street. Miss Frances Jenkins, a well respected teacher in the early 1900s, lived with her family in the home. The back part of the home was said to have been built in the 1750s and the front part of the house is believe to have been built in 1905.
3) Back by popular demand is "The Ham Shack" belonging to Craig Morris and Mike Marcheterre, as well as their log cabin "The Country Crossroads Building", located behind their home at 262 South Sharpe Street. During the tour event, on the porch of their historic property, Natural Art Gar-den Center will be demonstrating holiday wreath assembly and decorating.
5) Caroline Stalnaker has graciously offered her historic Mt. Pleasant 1812 Bed & Breakfast as the jewel of our tour this year and is located on the edge of town at 292 Hite Lane. This property is a working farm and the house, now being used as a bed and breakfast, is listed on the National Reg-ister of Historic Places and the Virginia Historic Landmark Register.
Please mark your calendar and join us for another enjoyable and educational event supporting the Strasburg Heritage Association and promoting interest in the historical preservation of our commu-nity.
Interested in being a docent in one of our homes? We welcome you in assisting us with this event. If you can help, please contact either Joan Williams at 465.2953 or Maggie Maloney at 465.5147.
Thanks in advance for your support and we look forward to seeing you December 14th