May 18, 2019
312 Park Ave.
Falls Church, VA 22046
From 1861-1865, the small farming village of Falls Church found itself on the edge of conflict. Join us on May 18, for a community event aimed to present and preserve Falls Church’s story and the experiences of those who lived here during those difficult years.
Falls Church Civil War Encampment
Saturday, May 18, 2019
Join the City of Falls Church and the Cherry Hill Farmhouse for a community event that tells the story of the people who lived in the small farming village of Falls Church during 1861-1865.
Programming includes access to Cherry Hill’s historic farmhouse and barn, children’s learning tent, and living history from the 28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Ladies Sanitary commission, Yankee School Marm, Civil War Surgeon, Professor Thaddeus Lowe, and more!
Sponsored by City of Falls Church and Victorian Society at Falls Church, in conjunction with, the 28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry and Falls Church Historical Commission.
Civil War Trail Bus Tour
Part of the day's activities includes a free bus tour of Civil War Trail locations around Falls Church. The bus departs at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Reserve your spot by emailing Corey Jannicelli at firstname.lastname@example.org.