Cappahosic House, one of Gloucester’s most iconic historic houses, will be the setting for the Fairfield Foundation’s eighth annual Historic House Party, a fundraiser supporting its public archaeology and educational outreach programs.
“We were not able to hold our event last year due to the pandemic, but are excited to be able to present Cappahosic House this fall,” a release from the Fairfield Foundation stated.
The evening party will take place Saturday, Oct. 2 from 5 to 7 o’clock. Sponsors and guests will enjoy food catered by Shirley “Shelly” Williams, along with music, tours of the house, archaeology exhibits, and the wonderful atmosphere of this stunning property.
“This is an excellent opportunity to visit a charming 18th-century house and enjoy some of Gloucester County’s rich history. Your support of this event helps sustain our educational activities and share the past with the public,” said David Brown, Co-Director with Thane Harpole of the Fairfield Foundation.
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