Wednesday, Oct. 5 - Then join us for the Fredericksburg day-trip to historic Kenmore and Belmont. In the morning we’ll take in Kenmore, a beautiful Georgian-style mansion built prior to the Revolution by Fielding Lewis, George Washington’s brother-in-law. Nearby we’ll visit the Gen. Hugh Mercer Monument, and the final resting place of President Washington’s mother. After lunch we’ll experience Belmont, once owned by world-class artist Gari Melchers. Built in the first decade of the 1800s, Belmont was later the residence and studio of one the most famous painters in the world! Tour departs from Covenant Church at 9 a.m. and returns between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m.
Sept. 14 talk is FREE. Oct. 5 Senior Center day-trip charge is: members $105—guests $115 (and includes lunch). To sign up call the Senior Center Travel Office at (434) 974-6538 or go to http://seniorcenterinc.org/calendar/event/3937