VFH at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury

Photos from the recent magazine article on our Folklife program in Virginia Living caught the eye of resident Paula Teeples.

Photos from the recent magazine article on our Folklife program in Virginia Living caught the eye of resident Paula Teeples.

An exhibit showcasing a variety of VFH programs will be on display in Irvington, Virginia, at the Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury retirement community throughout the month of February.

A collection of Virginia Indian portraits is also featured in the exhibit. Originally shown in 1993 as part of the research project of Katherine Schupp Zeringue, then a student at Sweet Briar College, the portraits were taken between 1895 and 1935 by such notable figures as anthropologists James Mooney and Frank Speck.

On March 4, VFH’s Encyclopedia Virginia editor Matthew Gibson will be speaking at the Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury. This event is open to the public. To learn more or reserve a seat, please call 804-438-4000.