What's New?

Join us at the Burwell-Morgan Mill for the 4th annual Clarke County Heritage Day.Taking place on Saturday, November 1, 2014 at the Historic Burwell-Morgan Mill in Millwood,  the event will once again feature freshly pressed apple cider, the Mill in operation, cooking and craft demonstrations, toe-tapping music, and so much more! Through a partnership with Project HOPE, we are also very excited to be able to offer tours of Carter Hall.

More information and tickets available here: Events

 
 

Welcome to the Clarke County Historical Association’s website!

Please take a few minutes to check out our pages – there is lots to see and learn, from searching on-line archives to exploring our 18th-century Grist Mill to learning about our fabulous semi-annual ART SHOW to previewing our state-of-the-art Museum Exhibit.  Thanks for stopping by!

Museum Mill Art at the Mill
Museum Burwell - Morgan Mill Art at the Mill

 

The Clarke County Historical Association’s mission is to help preserve the historical resources and records of Clarke County and to foster their use, understanding, and enjoyment through stewardship and education.  Your membership goes directly to supporting these efforts. Will you count yourself as a member? Join us!

Members may join at the following levels:

Individual—$25     Family—$50   Business—$100   

Benefits of membership include free admission to many CCHA programs and events, subscriptions to our quarterly newsletter and annual journal Proceedings, a 10% discount on purchases, and free access to research materials in the Clarke County Historical Association archives.

Dues payments may be made via mail to CCHA P.O. Box 306 Berryville, VA 22611, by check or credit card by phone (540-955-2600)  or with through our on-line membership form here: 

 

 

Scholarship Winner

Congratulations to Erin Murphy, our 2014 Sarah P. Trumbower Memorial Scholarship recipient. A senior at Clarke County High School in Berryville, Erin plans to attend Virginia Commonwealth University in the fall and currently has some of her artwork in our Art at the Mill Show in Millwood. Two percent of show proceeds go to funding the scholarship.