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Winchester | Frederick County, VA
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Join us at the historic Bushong Farm. Visit with our living historians and discover how a family carries on in the face of a national crisis. There are games to
Join us at the historic Bushong Farm. Visit with our living historians and discover how a family carries on in the face of a national crisis. There are games to play, stories to hear, treats to eat, songs to sing AND a visit from a special Christmas visitor.
1864, a nation divided, yet another Christmas far from home, lonely hearts, and short rations…
Is a Merry Christmas possible?
Visit soldiers in camp and bring some Christmas cheer to them far from hearth and home. Lend a hand with chores or join in the holiday celebration!
Event rates are: $10 per adult (ages 13 and older) $6 per youth (ages 6-12) Children 5 and under are free.
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Live Music with Jack Dunlap! Jack Dunlap has made a name for himself playing mandolin in the D.C. area. Formerly of the trio Bud’s Collective, Jack has worked alongside past and present
Live Music with Jack Dunlap!
Jack Dunlap has made a name for himself playing mandolin in the D.C. area. Formerly of the trio Bud’s Collective, Jack has worked alongside past and present members of Mountain Heart, Audie Blaylock and Redline, Dailey and Vincent, Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky Thunder, Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, Blue Highway, Chris Jones, and the Night Drivers and Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper, to name a few. Though growing up playing bluegrass music, Jack stretches his instrument into other genres such as jazz, swing, blues, rock, classical, country, Eastern Indian folk music, Celtic, polka, and many others. He worked as the apprentice to VA-based mandolin legend Danny Knicely through the VA Folklife Program. Knicely and Dunlap recorded the album “Chop, Shred & Split – A Mandolin Player’s Apprenticeship” together in 2015. The album went on to win Best Bluegrass Album of the Year at the Washington Area Music Awards (WAMMIES).
(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm