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From Religious Wars to Religious Freedom Lecture

From Religious Wars to Religious Freedom Lecture by St. Luke’s Outreach Coordinator & Museum Interpreter John Ericson Saturday, April 6, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. $15 per person, advance ticket purchase encouraged, light refreshments provided John Ericson will present...

17th Century Isle of Wight County: A Living History Event

17th Century Isle of Wight County: A Living History Event Saturday, September 8th, 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Join us at Historic St. Luke’s for a 17th-century living history weekend! Event Activities include a presentation on early 17th-century clothing and...

Witchcraft in Colonial Virginia: 1626 – 1730

Witchcraft in Colonial Virginia: 1626 – 1730 Saturday, August 18th, 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. Tickets are $15 per person. Spots are limited. Light refreshments will be provided. The witchcraft mania that swept through Salem, Massachusetts in 1692, while significant,...

17th Century Benefit Concert

Join us for a concert presented by the Locrian Consort. The concert is associated with many events going on throughout the day for our event, “17th Century Isle of Wight County: A Living History Event”. Concerts by the Locrian Consort are both entertaining...

17th Century Isle of Wight County: A Living History Event

Join us at Historic St. Luke’s for a 17th-century living history weekend with a special guest presentation on Historic St. Luke’s most revered patron, Joseph Bridger. Period vendors, modern food vendors, and more will be available to the general public for...

Meet the Man Behind the Mead

Historic St. Luke’s Museum Interpreter Nicole Lichty Interviews Glenn Lavender, Founder and Owner of Silver Hand Meadery Mead is an historic fermented honey drink that goes back for centuries. Though mead has a long history, not many know about this historic...