Colonial Ball event 20 Sept 2014 at historic “Welbourne” near Middleburg, VA

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    Constance Boudreau
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    Sun 31 Aug2014
    Hear Ye, Hear Ye- A fine “Colonial Ball” (1754-1780’s era) is scheduled for 20 Sept 2014 from 4:00p.m.-9:00p.m. on the grounds of the ancestral home of the “Dulany” family known as “Welbourne” (circa 1700’s original stone home) on 500 acres near Middleburg, Virginia off of Rt. 50 West.

    Live colonial music provided by (U.S. Nat’l Scottish Fiddle Champion, Ms. Elke Baker and others.)
    Dance Master caller dancing with instruction.
    Revolutionary War re-enactors, raffles, fashion stroll, tavern song singing and toasting, stand alone wardrobe props for photos, silent auction, etc…
    Reveal of personal letter from “General George Washington” to the “Dulany” family connecting their equine legacies.

    Event organized by a U.S. Army Disabled Veteran hoping to open the door to job opportunities for Disabled Military Veterans who find themselves restricted in the job force due to personal health limitations.

    Please see attachments below.

    Join me comrades…lets make history!!!

    email: [email protected]
    http://www.facebook/Dulany Equine Legacy Ball

    #8752
    D
    Keymaster

    Surely, a celebration that all near and far will be in attendance for!

    This is a very exciting event – I read about the location online and the home/property is rich in history and looks absolutely beautiful, an excellent setting. And the combination of events planned for the Ball, one can really settle into the historic atmosphere and drift, if only for an evening, to live a bit back in history. The live colonial music sounds fun.

    For folks looking for more details on Facebook, the link is: https://www.facebook.com/EquineLegacyBall

    What was the inspiration for this event? Always interesting to learn the stories about how people enjoy connecting with history.

    Thanks for posting!

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