The Wilderness Road Regional Museum is hosting its annual summer fundraising event at Hillcrest Farms in Dublin on Saturday, July 19, 2014, at 6 PM.
Hillcrest Farms is home to Ann Bolt and her late husband Ben Bolt. R.E. Wysor, a Pulaski native, built the historic house in 1910. The house is surrounded by beautiful farmland and allows guests to take in the scenic view while enjoying a home-cooked meal with friends and family.
The menu for the event includes the museum’s Cold Harbor Menu, consisting of cool summer salads, baked ham, homemade rolls, and assorted desserts.
Dinner will be served, starting at 6:30 PM, in a garden setting. Bill Adams will provide music throughout the evening. The suggested donation is $20.
For reservations, call The Wilderness Road Regional Museum at (540) 674-4835 during hours of operation, Tuesday through Saturday from 10:30am to 4:30pm. Reservation calls may also be made to (540) 674-8378 or (540) 674-5055.
To arrive at Hillcrest Farms, travel north on Route 100 from Dublin; after passing New River Community College and Rockwood Manor on the left, turn left onto Black Hollow Road (State Route 636). Turn right almost immediately into Hillcrest Farms. The address is 5280 Black Hollow Road, Dublin, Virginia 24084. This event will take place in rain or shine.
You can also download a PDF flyer.