Harvest Festival at Monticello Gardens
By Grit Staff | Aug 3, 2016
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia – Head to beautiful Monticello this September 9 through 11, and celebrate the legacy of Thomas Jefferson. Known not only as an American Founding Father and the third U.S. President, Jefferson was also a devoted gardener, plant breeder and a supporter of sustainable agriculture. Attendees will get to tour the Monticello gardens and learn more about the life of Thomas Jefferson. Friday and Sunday are class based, and Saturday is the 2016 Heritage Harvest Festival. This is a family-oriented event with classes and activities for everyone.
Go to www.HeritageHarvestFestival.com for the schedule, festival map and other details.
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