Dumfries Revolutionary War Weekend April 2

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Provided by Prince William County

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In 1776, Dumfries was the epicenter of life in Prince William County. Here, people from around the County came to debate independence in the local taverns. PWL Local men mustered into the 3rd Virginia Regiment led by men such as future President James Monroe.

On April 2, from 10:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m., Williams Ordinary and the Weems-Botts Museum team up to commemorate Dumfries’ role in the American Revolution. Living history encampments, demonstrations, music and games will be offered at both locations. Youth activities will also be available.

That evening, come to Williams Ordinary to celebrate local craft beer and cider. Enjoy historically themed food, music, and games. Interact with living historians and enjoy locally made beer by BadWolf Brewing. Reservations are required; ages 21 and over only. Call 703-792-4754 for more information.

Sponsored by the Prince William Historic Preservation Foundation, Northern Virginia Facial Hair Club with BadWolf Brewing.

 

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