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Vive La France: A Celebration of the Influence of French Wines and Cheeses on Virginia and America,

August 20 - November 16

free

Another premier exhibit curated by Scott Ballin will run from mid-August to mid-November. A number of magnificent 17th-century maps, more than 30 of which are from the famous Blaeu family of mapmakers, are on display. The family patriarch and his sons were the premier mapmakers in Europe in the 1600s.

The exhibit will officially open at a gallery and garden reception from 5-7 p.m. on Saturday August 25. The reception is free and open to the public.

This exhibit is dedicated to the memory of Marion “Lee” Stuart Cochran.

Details

Start:
August 20
End:
November 16
Cost:
free

Venue

History Gallery at the R.R.Smith Center for History and Art
20 S. New Street
Staunton, VA 24401
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Phone:
5408854848