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September 2016
Female Stranger Join Port City Brewery, Gadsby’s Tavern Museum, and St. Paul’s Episcopal Church as we honor the 200th anniversary of the Female Stranger’s death on October 14!

  • Happy Hour 6  – 8pm. Enjoy Port City’s Long Black Veil IPA in the Gadsby Courtyard. Other Port City beers will be available through a cash bar. Event is rain or shine. $25 per person (includes one drink and light appetizers).
  • Quest 6  – 10pm.  Dive deeper into the Female Stranger story as you try to unravel the mystery! Meet major players in the story and reach your own conclusions about her identity. Includes a shuttle to St. Paul’s Cemetery to visit the grave of this famous local legend. Space is limited. $75 per person (includes Happy Hour, two drink tickets, and heavy appetizers.  Please arrive no later than 8pm).
huzzah Dr. Peter Henriques delves into the politics of George Washington at his lecture on October 25, Can’t We Get Along? Washington’s Break with Two Virginias. While many people look back to the “good old days” when everyone got along, it is interesting to note that over time Washington completely severed his relationship with five famous Virginians. In this lecture, the focus will be on James Madison and James Monroe. Professor Henriques will examine these breaks and see if there is a common thread between them. Doors open at 7, lecture begins at 7:30pm. $12 per person, $10 for GTMS members and volunteers.
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Raise a glass to freedom and toast our Revolutionary War veterans at the Veterans Ball November 12. Enjoy live music, English country dancing, cash bar, dessert collation, and a special recognition of veteran service. 1780s period attire (military or civilian) or cocktail attire welcome. 8 – 11pm. $45 per personNot familiar with English Country Dancing? We recommend you attend at least one full dance class to learn the steps! October 27, November 3, 10 from 7:30 – 9:30pm.  Cost is $12 per class, $30 for series.

Crier Gadsby’s Tavern Museum was saved from destruction in the 1920s thanks to the efforts of American Legion Post #24. To honor this special connection, tours of the Museum on Veteran’s Day, November 11, will be free to all guests and will focus on the Legion’s important roll. 11am – 4pm.

Gadsby’s Tavern Museum, 134 N. Royal Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314
P: 703.746.4242 | F: 703.838.4270 | E: gadsbys.tavern@alexandriava.gov
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