Civil War Living History Day at the Phlegar House – Saturday, May 11th Time: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Floyd Regional Commerce Center – ADMISSION IS FREE
Please join us for a day of historical activities and civil war camp live exhibits. Soldier and home front presentations begins at 10:30 am. Research your local CIVIL WAR ANCESTORS! Your featured speaker is Chris J. Hartley, author of “Stoneman’s Raid, 1865. Group talk begins at 1:00 pm. Military demonstrations at 3:00 pm. Food and drinks available and bring your lawn chairs.
Co-Sponsors: Floyd County Historical Preservation Trust and Floyd County Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee.
The Society encourages interest in the history of Floyd County through the collection, preservation, and stewardship of significant historic materials. Educational programs include lectures, publications, community outreach and exhibits. The Society maintains a substantial archive of historic artifacts, documents and early photographs.
The Society is trying to reach out to Floyd natives who now live in other places. Would you like to be on a mailing list to learn about activities planned for the future? Just email us with a note to add you to the mailing list.
The Ridgemont Hospital-Marie Williams House is now the
Floyd County Historical Society Museum
217 N. Locust Street
Thursday, Friday and Saturday Noon- 5:00 pm
phone: 540-745-FCHS (3247)
Come join us!!
Admission is FREE but donations are accepted!
If you need a private tour, information or calendars please call
Rhonda Smith 540-392-5806.
Images of America Floyd County books will be available for sale at the Floyd Chamber of Commerce during these winter months or through mail order to the Floyd County Historical Society.
2013 calendars are available at Floyd Pharmacy and a few other local outlets or by mail to the Floyd County Historical Society.
Floyd County Historical Society
P.O. Box 292