Tourism Tuesday: Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park
25 June 2019
We were in the studio today for Tourism Tuesday – Winchester/Frederick County edition – with Justin Kerns from Winchester-Frederick County Convention & Visitors Bureau and his guest, Eric Campbell, Park Ranger at Cedar Creek & Belle Grove National Historical Park.
During our conversation, Eric explained the relationship the National Park Service has with the various organizations and associations affiliated with the “partnership park,” plus, he filled us in on a few of their upcoming programs including: History at Sunset: Biscoe Brothers and Beyond: Historic Images of the Cedar Creek Battlefield happening this Friday, June 28, 2019. For a full list of their events and more information about the park and programs, visit their website: https://www.nps.gov/cebe/
Justin told us about a new event the Visitor’s Center is hosting for new residents of the area. We’ll update this post with details from the press release he promised during the show. Meanwhile, you can find a full list of local events on their website: https://visitwinchesterva.com/events/
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