This is a two-part class taught by Ronald L. Heinemann. Class one will take place on Thursday, February 26, and class two on Thursday, March 5. Learn about the Great Depression, an unparalleled moment that stands as one of the most significant events of twentieth-century Virginia and American history.
This single-session class, taught by Brig. Gen. John W. Mountcastle (USA, Ret.), will take place on Thursday, March 26. Learn about the final months of the Civil War in Virginia in the last class of the sesquicentennial series at the VHS.
Join us on this tour as we look back at women, such as Pocahontas, Elizabeth Van Lew, and Ellen Glasgow, who intentionally challenged the status quo as well as those who didn’t try to make history but did. (Register today for THREE different Behind the Scenes Tours and receive a 20% discount.)
This two-part class, taught by Robert P. Winthrop, will explore the history and architecture of Richmond's Fan and West of the Boulevard districts. Class one will take place on Thursday, April 2, and class two on Thursday, April 9.