George Washington Legacy Challenge
A very generous friend of The George Washington Foundation is providing a dollar-for-dollar match for each gift of $1,000 or more until the end of 2012.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for information about supporting the Foundation's mission and the GWLC.
Advanced Gingerbread House Workshop at Ferry Farm
Gingerbread House contest entries accepted at Kenmore
26th Annual Gingerbread House Contest & Exhibit at Kenmore
Candlelight Tour at Kenmore
Pre-school Gingerbread Workshops at Kenmore
Dec. 7-9 Fire on the Rappahannock
, a Civil War Sesquicentennial event at Ferry Farm and Kenmore
Model Train Exhibit at Ferry Farm
Visit the Events page
of the website for complete details.
Model Trains at
Daily, December 10 through 21
10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
The Rappahannock Model Railroad Club
will present two displays of model trains featuring 0-gauge steam engines. One display will depict a 1930s Christmas village and the other a winter of 1862 Confederate supply camp scene.
The train exhibit is included with regular admission
to Ferry Farm.
Did You Know?
George Washington issued the first Thanksgiving Proclamation by a President of the United States on November 26, 1789. On November 26, 1941, President Roosevelt signed a law establishing the fourth Thursday in November as Thanksgiving Day.
In the Gift Shop at Kenmore
Gingerbread Mix Gift Basket
Tea and gingerbread are longstanding traditions at Kenmore.
In advance of the season, we are now taking pre-orders for a lovely gift basket containing Kenmore Gingerbread Mix and Kenmore Tea, both created exclusively for our gift shop. Delivery will be in time for your holiday giving. Cost is $20 plus shipping.
To order, contact Susan Bailey at (540) 373-3381 x.10 or email@example.com
Hours at Historic Kenmore and Ferry Farm
Daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The last tour at Kenmore begins at 3:15 p.m. Both sites are closed Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 22), December 24, 25, & 31.
Visit the website for details about hours and admission fees