What To Do In March?

Model Train Show and Flea Market

On March 11, the Winchester Model Railroad Club will hold its annual Spring show and sale. Admissions is $4 or $3 with a discount coupon that can be found at WMRRC.org. Admission for children under 12 are free. It will be held at the Moose Lodge on the second floor hall. The lodge is located at 215 E. Cork St. They will be selling breakfast and lunch during the show. This event will be from 9am-2pm.

 

Handley Library BTS Tour

On March 18, staff and volunteers will give a tour of this historic library at 1 pm. They will talk about the architecture and the history of the library. They will take people behind the scenes of each floor, including the glass doors and the well. Tours are free, but making a reservation would be helpful. To make a reservation, call 540-662-9041, ext. 11. The Handley Library is located at 100 W. Piccadilly St.

 

Religion and Anti-Slavery Movement Talk

On March 25, Historian Deborah Lee will be giving a talk about the “Religion and Anti-Slavery Movement.” The talk will be for International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. This event is at 1pm and admission is free. Everyone is welcomed to listen. It will be held at St. Thomas Chapel on 2nd Street and Church Street.

 

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