Spotsylvania will organize a big party to celebrate the 300th; performance of a choral group canceled | Local News
Spotsylvania County will mark its 300th anniversary with a celebration of its past and future Saturday from 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the historic courthouse district.
The lineup includes live entertainment, food trucks, kids’ crafts, living history demonstrations, craft vendors, interactive exhibits, and a party zone. A time capsule ceremony will take place at 6:30 p.m. and the event will end with a fireworks display from around 8 p.m. Free entry.
The Spotsylvanians, a choral group previously scheduled to perform at the celebration, will not perform at the event due to limited rehearsals due to pandemic restrictions, Music Director Rana Strickland said. A story about the choral group and the performance appeared in Sunday’s Free Lance – Star.
A free shuttle will operate between Courtland High School and the courthouse. Masks will be compulsory on the buses. Parking in Courthouse Village at the corner of Brock and Courthouse roads will be available for $ 5. Additionally, a free trolley will depart from the Merchants Square Building and limited free parking will be available at the Public Safety Building on Dean Ridings Lane.
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