harpers ferry wv: Relive Old Tyme Christmas in Harpers Ferry - 12/01/08 09:03 AM
Set in Harpers Ferry circa 1860, Old Tyme Christmas (December 5-7, 13-14 and 20) includes musical performances, storytelling, an arts and crafts show, beautifully decorated streets, puppet shows and, of course, a visit with Santa!  This fun Harpers Ferry Christmas tradition kicks off with a Yule Log Celebration on Shenandoah Street at 7pm on December 5th with caroling up High Street.  St. Peter's Church is hosting a concert by the Archangelus Choir at 7:30pm.  Opening festivities conclude with the lighting of Harpers Ferry's Christmas tree.  For more information on Harpers Ferry's Old Tyme Christmas, please call 304-535-2030 or visit the Old Tyme Christmas website.
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harpers ferry wv: Harpers Ferry & Martinsburg Named Preserve America Areas - 11/17/08 03:02 AM
Harpers Ferry and Martinsburg, West Virginia are the latest cities to be designated as Preserve America areas.  They join Charles Town as the only other West Viriginia city to be named such since the program's inception in 2003.  Preserve America is an Administrative initiative that was created to help preserve our country's culture and heritage.  The First Lady, Laura Bush, is Honorary Chair of Preserve America.  This prestigious designation means that Harpers Ferry and Martinsburg are eligible to receive federal grants that were previously unavailable to them to help the cities with their dedication to preserving both their natural and cultural history.
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harpers ferry wv: Welcome to Historic Harpers Ferry - 11/10/08 11:12 AM
Harpers Ferry is lovely little town nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of West Virginia.  The city continues to embrace its historic ties to the Civil War.  Many of the homes in the city date back to antebellum times and have been made into beautiful bed and breakfasts.  Mother Nature truly blessed this area as well.  The gorgeous Harpers Ferry National Park surrounds Harpers Ferry, preserving its natural beauty for generations to see.  And don't be fooled by the small stature of Harpers Ferry.  There are plenty of things to keep you occupied.  If you are a nature lover, there is much … (0 comments)

 

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