Arthurdale Heritage (AHI) is celebrating its Silver Anniversary this July at its New Deal Festival. To kick off the celebration, West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin issued a proclamation declaring July â€˜Arthurdale Heritage Month.â€™
Arthurdale Heritage is giving you the unique opportunity to have tea with First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Tea will be served at Noon, Friday, July 9th at the historic Arthurdale Inn. Tickets are $10.00 per person and you can reserve your tickets online at:
Tickets can also be reserved by contacting Arthurdale Heritage by phone at 304-864-3959 or by email at email@example.com. Reservations are limited to 50 people.
This event, part of Arthurdale Heritage’s New Deal Festival, gives you the chance to chat with Mrs. Roosevelt, portrayed by living history actor Patty Cooper, in an intimate and historic setting. Your reservation also includes a variety of hors d’oeuvres and entertainment.
From bluegrass to jazz, from blues to Dixieland, an eclectic array of music is on tap at Arthurdale Heritageâ€™s 2010 New Deal Festival. Performing on the main Center Hall stage are: the Falling Run Bluegrass Band, The Halftime String Band, The Dan Baker Trio, Born Old and The Jenny & Nathan Wilson Jazz Duo. The New Deal Festival opens at 9 a.m. on Saturday, July 10th with performances beginning at 10:30 a.m.