HISTORY OF St. Patrick's Day in Culpeper
There will be green beer, live music, bagpipes, Irish dance, gold hunts, races, special meals, and the opportunity to retrace the steps of a St. Patrick's Day battle
Battle of Kelly's Ford Guided Tour, was sponsored by the American Battlefield Trust, Culpeper Battlefield Tours, Museum of Culpeper History, Culpeper Tourism, and Brandy Station Foundation.
It's a chic pair of sandals for a Libra, earth-tone stilettos for a Virgo, and a seductive crimson heel for an Arian. See which shoe fits you best by reading on.
Major John Pelham, a native of Alabama, passed away while riding to the war after meeting some sexy girls in the city
Due to John Pelham fame, the town reservoir—recently renamed Lake Culpeper—was given the name John Pelham.
The three-hour tour of the battlefield's locations will start at 10 a.m. at the Graffiti House in Brandy Station
Led by author Dan Davis of the American Battlefield Trust and John Christiansen, director of the Museum of Culpeper History.
St. Patrick's Day on Kelly Street, a green-themed fundraising event for the Kelly Street Boxing Club for at-risk adolescents, will take place in the Town of Culpeper on Saturday.
The Jon Russell-organized event will begin with bagpipes and a children's march and last from noon to 4 p.m.
A King & Queen Ginger Contest (calling all redheads) will begin at 1 p.m., followed by Irish dancers and singers at 2 p.m.,
A kid's treasure hunt for actual gold at 3 p.m. On Eventbrite, adult tickets cost $10; children under 12 get in free.