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Programs and Events

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Farmington Historical Society Foundation programs are open to everyone, not only Farmington Country Club members. Those who support the Foundation are able to attend many FHSF programs at no additional cost or at a reduced charge for other events. FHSF Circle members, at various levels, have further benefits and opportunities.

Programs and Events

Charlottesville Opera at Farmington

Sunday, June 11
4:00pm Social | 4:30pm Concert in the Ballroom
5:30pm Donor Reception (for Circle Donors $250 and above)

Enjoy a performance by the Charlottesville Opera’s Ader Emerging Artists singing favorites from opera and musical theater, including from this season’s selections: Tosca and Guys and Dolls.

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Thomas Jefferson as an Architect

Thursday, September 21
5:30pm Social | 6:00pm Program | 7:15pm Optional Dinner (Jefferson Room)
$85 Per Person for the Dinner (Limit 40)

Not only was Thomas Jefferson President of the United States, Author of the Declaration of Independence, and Father of the University of Virginia, but he was also a pioneer in introducing Roman Revival architecture to America. Professor Emeritus K. Edward Lay taught architectural design, architectural history, and historic preservation at the University of Virginia. He will show Jefferson's influence on classical American buildings through a power point talk.

Private Tour of the UVA Lawn and Rotunda

Sunday, September 24 | 9:30-11:00am (for Circle Donors $500 and above)

Join Professor K. Edward Lay for a private tour of Jefferson’s Masterpiece, The Academical Village – The Rotunda, Lawn, Range rooms, and pavilions. Space is limited to 20.