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Our first artist, Holly Harmon, on the right and Katharina Bergdoll, our last artist, on the left

An Evening with Katharina Bergdoll

Katharina Bergdoll an artist from Hague showcased her beautiful oil paintings.

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2013 Haunting of Montross

2013 Haunting of Montross

Westmoreland County Museum & The Inn at Montross host a Family Friendly Halloween with “Things that Go Bump in the Night” bonfire, “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” movie, Trick-or-Treating, free cookies, s’mores and lots of fun!

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Share on the Square

2013 Share on the Square: Car Show, Food Drive, Arts & Crafts Vendors

The Greater Montross Partnership for Revitalization & the Westmoreland County Museum sponsored an Antique Car Show and Food Drive with Arts, Crafts, and Produce vendors. Congrats to the car show winner= a Cadillac Hearse from Grissom and Law.

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Deborah Houchin

An Evening with Deborah Houchin

An evening at the museum and the Inn at Montross with local artist Deborah Houchin.

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Montross Fall Festival

2013 Montross Fall Festival

Images from this years Montross Fall Festival with displays at the Wakefield Furniture Building.

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Gus Paphides, our 3rd artist, his wife, Elaine T Paphides, who has designed 6 artists' flyers for the museum, and Phil McKenney, our featured artist smile for a group photo

An Evening with Phil McKenney

Phil McKenney showed off his quirky take on TV, Sports, and Historical Figures at Westmoreland County Museum & The Inn at Montross on September 18th.

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George Washington Birthplace

Visiting Westmoreland County

Historic Westmoreland County has a lot to offer. Be sure to check out the following suggestions but also come by the museum for some tips and suggestions about places to visit.

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Pictured: Melvin Foxwell

An Evening with Melvin D. Foxwell

Melvin D. Foxwell’s event at the Museum where he showcased a few of his wonderful creations. Who wouldn’t love model wooden boats made by hand.

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