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Historic Northern Neck Tour Rescheduled for Fall

The Virginia Society of Colonial Wars is planning a historic sites day excursion for the fall available to Warriors and their Spouses or Guests.

Spring Court Returns After Two Year COVID Absence

The Spring Court of Society of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of Virginia returned to the Country Club of Virginia Westhampton Campus

Governor Mitchell Lays Wreath for Monroe Birthday

VASCW Governor Edward Dana Mitchell participated in the 264th Birthday ceremony for President James Monroe, April 28th

Spring Court on April 28 Features Author Philip Smucker

Governor Edward Dana Mitchell and the members of the Council for Society of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of Virginia cordially invite Warriors, ladies and guests to attend our Spring Court, April 28, 2022 at the Country Club of Virginia…

James Monroe Memorial Foundation Announces Activities for Monroe’s 264th Birthday

Westmoreland County Ceremony- Saturday, April 23 Starting at 10:00 a.m., at the Birthplace, the 264th anniversary ceremonies are expected to include local and state elected officials. The formal ceremony will commence at 10:30 a.m

Council Approves 2022 Grant Funding

At its February 24 meeting, the Council of Society of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of Virginia approved $13,500 in funding for a number of worthy organizations promoting and preserving the colonial history of our state.

Speaker & Registration Announced for Cy Nicholas Luncheon

Governor Edward Dana Mitchelland the Council of the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of Virginiarequest the honor of your presence at the Society’sCy Nicholas Luncheon

John Frederick Dorman, III, Renowned Genealogist, Had Wide Impact

Recently relocated from his Stafford home to nursing care in Fredericksburg with the help of then Lieutenant Governor (now Deputy Governor) Walt Sheffield,

James Monroe Birthplace Reconstruction Complete

After more than a decade of planning, fundraising and building, a replica of James Monroe’s birthplace farmhouse is finally complete and open to the public.

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