“I would like to take this opportunity to both thank AND compliment everyone at HFFI for their hard work on the Historic Pub Tour this past weekend. It is near impossible for us to believe this was the first such outing as it was so perfectly arranged and executed! We thought all the speakers were knowledgeable, articulate and extremely interesting. Again, to ALL of the HFFI associates that planned and participated—we’d like to extend our thanks and appreciation for a job well done!” -HFFI Member
Tickets On Sale Now
Pints for Preservation will be on Thursday, November 7 at the Alpine Chef at the old railway station from 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
Your $20 ($25 non-HFFI member) ticket includes German appetizers, a lecture on the history of the building and the railroad, witty conviviality, a tour of the building (and basement!) and your first drink.
Have you been following the saga of Sligo, that old house out near Dixon Park? A young couple bought it a year ago, and are in the process of restoring it. We have been following the story on Facebook, but they also have a blog at https://bringingbacksligo.com/
Well, this idea popped into our head that it would be really interesting to see a house in the process of restoration, rather than just the finished product. They loved the idea!
Learn about the history of the house, the restoration struggles, and historic tax credits as we tour top to bottom of this amazing house. Reservations are required; tours start every 15 minutes. The proceeds of your $20 ticket will be split between the Historic Fredericksburg Foundation and the Sligo Revival Fund. Tickets on sale now. Parking available at Dixon Park.
For information about the 49th Annual Candlelight Tour, please click this link. It is our biggest event of the year and we hope you will join us!
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