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The Trail & Town Alliance meets regularly at 5 PM on the third Monday of each month.
The Foundation board meets regularly at 5 PM on the first Thursday of each month.

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Trail Work Day

Bolivar Nature Park 264 Jefferson St, Bolivar, WV

Our first group trail work day: We're getting a small group together (outside, socially distanced and with masks) this weekend to begin extending the yellow trail in Bolivar Nature Park. We still have a few spots for volunteers! When: Saturday, Jan. 23, 10am-2pm Where: Bolivar Nature Park (park at the Medical Center) For more details, join ...

Volksmarch & Soup Dinner

The Barn (behind the Light Horse Inn) 1062 W. Washington Street, Harpers Ferry, WV

Come walk through the amazing scenery of historic Harpers Ferry and Bolivar. Choose a 5K or combined 10K self-paced or guided walk beginning at The Barn in Harpers Ferry (behind the Light Horse Inn, 1062 W. Washington Street). Volksmarching (from German “Volksmarch”, people’s march) is a form of non-competitive walking that developed in Europe in ...

$15 – $50

Annual Meeting


Meet some of the people who help protect and promote the towns we love and get an early peek at what we’ll be doing to further our mission in 2021. We will also be presenting the Foundation’s 2021 Excellence in Historic Preservation Award to a worthy project that has taken shape in our towns during ...

Upscale Rummage Sale

First Zion Baptist Church 1030 West Ridge St, Harpers Ferry, WV

Join us for our first ever community rummage sale from 8 AM-1 PM. All proceeds will go towards a new roof for the First Zion Baptist Church. Come shop and support the mission of the Foundation by finding a few treasures.

Harpers Ferry Black Heritage Walking Tour

First Zion Baptist Church 1030 West Ridge St, Harpers Ferry, WV

SORRY, THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. The U.S. Civil Rights movement can be said to have been advanced in Harpers Ferry not only by the famous John Brown Raid but through Storer College, the state’s first institution to provide secondary education to black citizens. Harpers Ferry – primarily due to Storer – also attracted permanent ...