Be sure to come visit our Center Hall to see a phenomenal exhibit showcasing the photography of Frances Benjamin Johnston, a Grafton-born professional photographer. Johnston was a photographic icon, taking images of decaying buildings, seasonal gardens, and expressive individuals that would soon be lost to time. This traveling exhibit was created by PAWV AmeriCorps member Ksenia Bradner and will be hosted by AHI from 9-5pm until September 10th and is free to the public.
See a news release from WV News here:
The Arthurdale Heritage Visitor Center and Craft Shop will be closed Monday, November 11 in observance of Veterans Day. If you’re interested in a tour, visiting, or have any questions, we will resume regular business hours on Tuesday!
AHI would like to thank the generous donors who have offered to purchase a new Copier for our office.Â Â We are deeply grateful for your kindness.Â Â Continue Reading
Former President of Arthurdale Heritage,Â Marilee Hall, Continue Reading
On Valentine’s Day,Â we’ll be hosting a 1940’s style dance; complete with Swing music from the Big Band era!Â Â Join the fun!Â Â There will be dance contests and prizes for best costume. Continue Reading
Arthurdale Heritage is offering an Internet Workshop Series consisting of 4 sessions on the Internet, connecting with friends on-line, blogging and setting up websites. Continue Reading