Discover the rich legacy of the Indigenous Peoples of Loudoun County, Virginia and celebrate the enduring presence of Native American communities in the region’s past and present. This Annual Exhibit titled “Native Voices of Loudoun County Past and Present,” is hosted at the Plaster Museum of Bluemont Heritage, and is open Sundays (only), from 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. from approximately May to October 2024. The Plaster Museum of Bluemont Heritage is located in the E.E. Lake Store at 18351 Railroad Street, Bluemont, VA 20135. Join us for this year’s enlightening exhibit, dedicated to celebrating the history, culture, and contributions of Indigenous, Native American communities here – then and now. This immersive experience offers a unique opportunity to learn, reflect, and honor the rich heritage of the first stewards of this land.



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