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Historic Harpers Ferry West Virginia reenactment

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Every month offers a variety of exciting events in Jefferson County. From craft fairs and street festivals to civil-war re-enactments and food festivals – Jefferson County has it all. Check out these events so you don’t miss a thing.

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Historical Walking Tours of Harpers Ferry, WV - Available All Year

Thomas Hall at St. Peter's Church (Church Social Hall/Rectory)

(Directly behind the Church)

110 Church Street, Harpers Ferry, WV.

(732) 801-0381

Tours available by reservation only

 Monday through Saturday

Starting anytime between      

10:00 AM through 3:00 PM

Available on some Sundays

At 2:00 PM


***Please call for reservations***

or email to:

RickGMail@comcast.net

(Call to request other starting times!)

$36.00 per person, 8 to 12 years old $15.00

(Cash and checks gladly accepted.)

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December 3 & 4 – Drift Nirvana: Drifters of December

Drifters of December is a drift event unlike any other. All four tracks in Summit Point Motorsports Park will be drifting at the same time in this two day spectacular. Spectators are welcome at all four tracks at Summit Point Motorsports Park. 

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December 29 - Festive Cheer with Appalachian Chamber Music Festival

7:00 pm 

Zion Episcopal Church 301 E. Congress Street, Charles Town, WV

 Join the Appalachian Chamber Music Festival for the first concert in their first annual Winter Residency chamber music concert series. Bring your loved ones and come celebrate the festive season with us!  We’re delighted to open the 2022 Winter Residency in the beautiful setting of historic Zion Episcopal Church in Charles Town. We’re pleased to present a selection of jolly and uplifting music to celebrate the yuletide season.  There’s something for everyone in this one-hour, family-friendly concert. Selections include original arrangements by ACMF artist Sinead Frost of some holiday classics, Corelli's Christmas Concerto and “Winter” from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. For tickets and more information, visit www.AppalachianChamber.org

December 30 - Works to Warm Us with Appalachian Chamber Music Festival

7:00 pm

Camp Hill-Wesley United Methodist Church 601 Washington Street, Harpers Ferry, WV 

 Join the Appalachian Chamber Music Festival for the second concert in their first annual Winter Residency chamber music concert series. A concert to warm the body and soul with some foot-tapping favorites and poignant moments of reflection.  Join us for an evening of holiday cheer in the inspiring acoustics of Camp Hill Methodist Church in Harpers Ferry.  Enjoy beloved works such as "Winter" from Vivaldi's Four Seasons paired with Piazzolla’s tango-inspired “Winter” from the Southern Hemisphere.  Come on a journey from darkness into light with Golijov’s “Tenebrae” an audience favorite from our 2021 season. We’ll be continuing the ACMF tradition of performing some beloved works by Danish String Quartet, from their "Wood Works" and "Last Leaf” collections.  Expect a few nostalgic holiday tunes thrown in, too. For tickets and more information, visit www.AppalachianChamber.org

December 31 - Fire and Ice with Appalachian Chamber Music Festival

2:00 pm 

War Memorial Building | Ballroom (2nd floor), 102 East German Street, Shepherdstown, WV

 Join the Appalachian Chamber Music Festival for the third and final concert in their first annual Winter Residency chamber music concert series. Ring in the new year with a journey from darkness into light. Inspired by cellist Janos Starker's moniker "Fire and Ice", this Slavic-influenced program features works that will both comfort and excite you as you reflect on the past year as well as provide inspiration for the year to come.