LAND TRUST OF VIRGINIA AND GOOSE CREEK ASSOCIATION
Host for the virtual
Wild & Scenic Film Festival;
Friday, April 9 | 7pm
The Land Trust of Virginia and Goose Creek Association
will be hosting the celebrated Wild & Scenic Film Festival
on Friday, April 9th for a virtual event. They have a lineup of the best in nature-related, family-friendly short films with beautiful cinematography and first-rate storytelling.
New in 2021: the co-hosted live, virtual festival will be featured on Wild & Scenic's custom platform to be viewed from the comfort of home, canoe, campsite or office.
FULL LINE UP OF FILMS TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON!
GENERAL ADMISSION PASS PLUS RAFFLE TICKETS
ARE ON SALE NOW!
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Gather the family, grab some popcorn and a beverage and join us for an evening of film watching.
LONG BRANCH SPEAKERS SERIES
This just in from Matt Hannan, executive director at Long Branch House & Farm in Millwood…
As the Governor of Virginia’s office has begun to increase capacity limits, and more people are receiving inoculations, we have decided to take advantage of the 30% capacity requirements for indoor events at museums.
All talks will now allow for a maximum 30 people with socially distanced seating inside, and if you are still waiting to purchase your season tickets, you can do so on the Long Branch website online at: www.visitlongbranch.org under the “Happenings” tab.
(Alternatively, Steven Campbell’s talk can also be viewed via Zoom. Please visit the CCHA website to sign up at: www.clarkehistory.org/events.html)
We are excited to finally be able to present this series, and look forward to seeing you very soon!!
2 p.m. Sunday, March 21
“Enduring Union: George and Martha Washington” by Steven Campbell, a member of numerous historical groups, who travels throughout the Carolinas and Virginia presenting his lecture series: “The Battlefields and Beyond.”
6 p.m. Sunday, April 4
“Assorted Poetry” by Wendell Hawken, whose award winning poetry has been consistently recognized for its quality, and honored by the Library of Virginia in 2018
6 p.m. Sunday, April 11
“The Garden Secrets of Bunny Mellon” by Linda Jane Holden, a resident of Northern Virginia. The story of a self-taught amateur gardener who designed the White House Rose Garden and designed the Mellon family garden at Oak Spring in Upperville.
6 p.m. Sunday, April 25
“Splash! 10,000 of Swimming” by Howard Means, author of ten books including the first biography of Colin Powell and 67 Shots, which is currently being developed as a feature film.
1 p.m. Sunday, May 2
“Sylvia Rideoutt Bishop Had a Way with Horses” by Vicky Moon, writer, editor and photographer, journalist at The Washington Post, and co-publisher of Country ZEST and Style Magazine in Middleburg.
6 p.m. Sunday May 9
“Tales From a Wandering Sportswriter” by Len Shapiro, sports reporter, columnist and sports editor at The Washington Post for 41 years, co-publisher and editor of Country ZEST and Style Magazine in Middleburg.
Ticket prices: $25 each/ $125 whole series
Seating is limited to 25 guests and reservations must be made in advance. To reserve tickets, please visit: www.visitlongbranch.org
Or call: 540-837-1856