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HCHS Events 2024 - First Quarter Meeting
Sunday, March 3rd, 2:30PM

March Quarterly Meeting

Come join us for our first meeting of the year!

Date and Start Time:

  • Sunday, March 3rd at 2:30 PM
Eastern Henrico Recreation Center.


  • Eastern Henrico Recreation Center.
  • 1440 Laburnum Avenue
  • Richmond, VA 23223
Virginia Presidents Book.

Travel Virginia's historic past:

  • "At Home with the Virginia Presidents" is an engaging armchair travel and history talk about the eight Virginia-born presidents and the sites that shaped their lives. We will travel the state - from Staunton to Charles City and Wytheville to Winchester - to (virtually) visit the homes and historic sites of the Virginia presidents. Attendees will learn a bit about the presidents' lives, take a peek inside their homes and get ideas for their next history road trip. The illustrated talk is 40 minutes, followed by Q&A and a book signing.
  • About the Book:

  • Virginia's Presidents: A History and Guide (The History Press, 2023) tells the stories of the Virginia presidents and the historic sites that interpret their lives. It includes biographies of each of the eight presidents and descriptions of the museums, historic sites and presidential homes in Virginia and surrounding states that tell their stories and, by extension, the story of our nation.
  • Heather S. Cole.

    About the Author:

  • Heather S. Cole is a public historian and writer living in Staunton, Virginia. She has worked in a variety of museum and archives, including as an interpreter for the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum in Staunton. She currently works as a digital archivist for the Southern Foodways Alliance and as a freelance writer and editor. Her fourth book for The History Press - Ohio's Presidents: A History & Guide - will be published in May.

  • Learn about Virginia Scout Programs! A Second Speaker!

  • Liess Van der Linden is the Chair of the Library Committee for the Chesterfield Historical Society of VA. She will speak briefly on the Virginia Scout Programs and the activity pins and merit badge workshops the Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia offers for the Boy Scouts of America.

  • We look forward to seeing you there!

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