November 29 Historic Shepherdstown Speaker Series Historic Shepherdstown Commission and the Shepherdstown Historic Landmarks Commission are pleased to present local author and architectural historian John Allen discussing “18th and 19th Century […]
Historic Shepherdstown Commission’s annual holiday ornament is now on sale. The 2023 ornament features Christ Reformed Church. It is available by mail at the Museum Shop or in person at the […]
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- Important Architectural Features of the Shepherdstown Historic DistrictNovember 29
- November 29th at the Byrd Center Auditorium: Important Architectural Features of the Shepherdstown Historic District, which will be presented in partnership with the Shepherdstown Historic Landmarks Commission. John Allen, Shepherdstown author of Uncommon Vernacular, will be the keynote speaker.