“Finding Braddock’s True Gold” Is Oct. 4
Sept. 26, 2008
- Free family festival to be held at Oak Hill Manor.
- Enjoy free food, tour and guest speakers.
- Oak Hill Manor is one of the oldest homes in Fairfax County.
Braddock District Supervisor Sharon Bulova invites the public to “Finding Braddock’s True Gold,” a free family festival at Oak Hill Manor, 4716 Wakefield Chapel Road, Annandale, on Saturday, Oct. 4, noon-5 p.m. Oak Hill Manor is one of the oldest homes in Fairfax County.
Oak Hill Manor, a privately owned 18th century Georgian-style home, was saved as part of a historic easement in 2004. Guests will be able to tour the Oak Hill grounds; participate in children’s activities, including games and a treasure hunt; meet former Oak Hill residents; learn from speakers on the history and architecture of Oak Hill and Fairfax County; and enjoy free refreshments and music on the lawn.
Free shuttle service will be provided from the parking lot at the Nancy Sprague Technology Center, 4414 Holborn Ave. For more information, call the Braddock District office at 703-425-9300, TTY 711.
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Fairfax, VA 22035-0065
Contact: Merni Fitzgerald, Director of Public Affairs
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