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John Brown Wax Museum

April 2012 Art Walk participant, the John Brown Wax Museum, is offering a special.

This November is 2 for the Price of 1 Days at the John Brown Wax Museum!

Download From the Following Coupon Link:


Print and Bring it With You to the Museum Between Nov. 1 – Nov. 30
Details on the coupon!


Harpers Ferry Historic Town Foundation*

On November 9, 2012 at 7 pm, there will be an annual business meeting. Foundation Members and interested parties are all invited to attend.The meeting is open to the public. Please contact the Foundation for further information.

Art Show and Sale – Potomac River Artists Guild**

Gadgets, Guns and Gears artist, Sue Parker, will be exhibiting at this event being held from November 9 – 12, 2012. For further information, click here.


Harpers Ferry Civil War Roundtable**

DATE:               Wednesday, November 14th, 2012
TIME:               Dinner 7:00 PM; Program 8:00
PLACE:             Camp Hill Methodist Church, Harpers Ferry, WV
SPEAKER:        James Rosebrock
SUBJECT:         From West Point to Antietam

The Speaker:  James Rosebrock was born in Buffalo, New York. He received his  undergraduate history degree from Niagara University in 1976 and was commissioned in  the U.S. Army after graduation.  While on active duty, he served in the United States  and Germany. Among his assignments was command of a company in the 82nd  Airborne Division.  He is a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College,  and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces.  He is a National Park Service certified Antietam Battlefield Guide and  has been chief of the guide service since 2011.

The Subject: This is the story of the 205 West Point graduates who served in the  Union and Confederate armies during the Maryland Campaign. The Civil War is the only  one in history where the major antagonists were students together at West Point. They  run from Joseph Mansfield, a graduate of the Class of 1822, who was mortally wounded at Antietam, to young Peter Hains of the Class of 1861, who commanded an  artillery battery at the Middle Bridge and would go on to serve well into the  20th century, finally retiring at the close of the first World War.

The Meal:  A family-style meal will be served at 7:00 PM prior to the program. The  cost of the meal is $15.00 per person. Reservations for the meal must be phoned in no  later than Sunday, November 11th, to Kyle Wichtendahl at 301-639-8855, or you can  email him at   kfwichtendahl@gmail.com. The meal will consist of: Sliced Roast Pork,  Mashed Potatoes, Gravy,Sauerkraut, Iced Tea, Coffee, Rolls, Butter, & Dessert

The Old Opera House Annual Auction and Dinner

Steam at Harper’s Ferry has a special place in its heart for theater. We donated a woodblock print entitled “Silhouette of a Girl” – so please bid on it!

Going Once, Going Twice– SOLD

What:     The Old Opera House’s Annual Auction and Dinner
When:     Saturday evening, November 17, 2012,starti ng at 5:30 pm – dinner at 7:00 pm
Where:     Clarion Hotel & Conference Center in Shepherdstown The Old Opera House built in 1911 is located in Charles Town and is West Virginia’s oldest theatre and is on the National Register of Historic Places.  Every autumn the Old Opera House hosts the Annual Auction which provides a significant portion of our operating revenue.  Funds from this effort help to defray the cost of royalties, costumes, sets and otherexpenses associated with mounting stage productions, as well as the cost of maintaining the 1911 historic opera house. This year the Annual Autumn Auction and Dinner is being held on Saturday evening, November 17.

This annual event is the ideal way to kick off the holiday season and to support the work of the Old Opera House.If you are looking for a special gift, want to finish or start your holiday shopping, or just love a great bargain, this auction is theplace to be. Fine arts, antiques, gift certificates, collectibles, furniture, and a variety of other items will be available. Tickets are only $45.00 per person for an evening that includes a  delicious buffet dinner, cash bar and loads of fun.

Tickets must be purchased in advance and can be purchased through the Old Opera House box-office at (304) 725-4420 or from any OOH Board member listed on the OOH website http://www.oldoperahouse.org

Don’t hesitate … get your tickets now!

We are currently accepting donations of goods and/or services for the silent or live auction and there are still sponsorship opportunities available.

If you happen to be moving or know someonewho is moving, this can be the perfect time to donate. For more information,please do not hesitate to contact Steven Brewer at the Old Opera House officeat (304) 725-4420 or Ray Bolyard at (304) 728-7418.

*Courtesy of Harpers Ferry Historic Town Foundation
* *Courtesy of Curt Mason, Jefferson County Historical Society

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