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!
In a nail-biting gathering last Wednesday, 10 business-owners were revealed as recipients of part of an $80,000 matching grant issued by the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development for proposals to improve their shopfronts in downtown Montross.
Grand Marshall Carol Chandler and the dancers from the Caporales Centralistas USA were among the highlights that wrapped up this year’s Montross Fall Festival.
Images from this years Montross Fall Festival with displays at the Wakefield Furniture Building.
For Bridget Gillions memories of her first business in Montross, 25 years ago, are bittersweet. The shop, Earlene’s Flowers & Gifts was torn down in 2008.
Westmoreland County Museum is selling only 8 window benches in the Former Wakefield Furniture Building.