Mount Vernon At Home is a part of the national “village” movement, which embraces a volunteer-driven approach in providing services to help our senior neighbors age in place safely, comfortably, and confidently in their own homes in the community they love.
The former Montpelier School built in 1929 is an important landmark to Western Hanover County. This brick structure is the last surviving public building in Hanover County constructed by funds raised solely by the local citizens during the Depression to provide an education for their children. Today, this highly visible landmark stands as a symbol of Virginia’s tradition of caring, contributing, and providing opportunities.
Community advocates for the Middleburg Public Library, a branch of Loudoun County Public Library in Middleburg, VA.
The Middle Peninsula Fine Arts Association, a partner of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, is dedicated to promote awareness and enthusiasm for all aspects of the Fine Arts and for the enrichment of the cultural and educational life in the Middle Peninsula community. We commit to serve all citizens through cultural activities, helping to cultivate creative expression, thought and enjoyment.
MPA is a non-profit visual arts center founded in 1962 to exhibit the work of emerging and established regional artists.
Six acres of beatuiful gardens and a museum that houses a large Native American Artifact Collection along with statues and fountains and ponds throughout the gardens.
The Lynchburg Art Club (LAC) was formed in March, 1895, under the direction of Bernhard Gutmann, who was the first supervisor of art in the Lynchburg Public School System. At the same time, he was instructor of art at Lynchburg High School and a professor of art at Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. Mr. Gutmann, Mrs. John A. Mahood, and Louise Smith helped the Club thrive in the early years with exhibitions, classes for members, and opportunities for community participation. We are proud that the tradition of these original goals continues today.
Loudoun Academy of the Arts Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit visual art center which offers
fine art instruction, workshops, seminars and special events for artists of all ages and skill levels.
Classes are taught by professional artists.
Lakewood is an appealing senior living community with spacious, maintenance-free apartments, villas and cottage homes situated in a beautiful wooded setting. For more than 30 years, Lakewood has provided seniors with a fulfilling lifestyle and quality, compassionate care.