Museum News & Events




Main Street in Old Town Warrenton comes to life on September 29, 2007, commemorating 248 years of Fauquier County's extraordinary heritage and celebrating Warrenton's designation as a "Preserve America Community".
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The Blue and Gray Ball will be held on Saturday, May 10, 2008 at historic Kelly's Ford Inn and Battlefield in Remington, Virginia. We are planning an enhanced event with the addition of a cavalry reenactment just prior to the Ball, an encampment, and the traditional torchlight ride by the famed Black Horse Cavalry with more details to be announced later. click here for more...

Ron Maxwell Speaks at Brentmoor Event
Director Ron Maxwell: 'Don't let down your guard'
By Gar Schulin
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Brentmoor on Smithsonian Tour!
Noted Civil War historian Ed Bearss visited Brentmoor Saturday, December 20th as part of his Mosby tour for the Smithsonian Association. Dave Goetz (Foundation Advising Historian) and Chuck Young (Foundation & Museum Director) provided brief commentary for the 45 participants while Gar Schulin (Special Events Committee Chairman) provided holiday refreshments and was the perfect host. Many thanks to Paula Johnson (Special Events Committee member) for her contributions of holiday decor and assistance in preparing for the event. click here for more...

Visitor Center Groundbreaking
Mosby Foundation Hosts New Warrenton-Fauquier-Visitor Center Groundbreaking Ceremony

WARRENTON, VA – The John Singleton Mosby Museum Foundation cordially invites all Members and the public to witness the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new Warrenton-Fauquier Visitor and Education Center on the grounds of the historic Spilman-Mosby House at 173 Main Street in Warrenton to be held on Saturday, June 21, 2003 at 4:00 PM. Dignitaries will be on hand to perform the Groundbreaking, immediately followed by a special reception and guided tours of the historic house and grounds, site of the future John Singleton Mosby Museum. The Groundbreaking Ceremony and reception at the Spilman-Mosby House will take place “rain or shine.” The reception will be hosted by Friedman, Billings, Ramsey’s (FBR) Private Client Group. All citizens are encouraged to come out and enjoy the festivities while learning more about the Foundation mission, its preservation efforts and our local history.
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Visitor's Center Design
Hinckley, Shepherd & Norden
Donate Visitor Center Design

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Public Outreach
Public Outreach Efforts Yield Promising Results in 2002
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2002 Blue & Gray Ball
Third Blue and Gray Ball a Stirring Success

WARRENTON, VA – The third edition of the Blue and Gray Ball was held Saturday evening, November 23, 2002 at the Fauquier Springs Country Club to rave reviews by many of the approximately 200 guests present. A beautiful and stirring evening transformed The Springs and transported guests back to the War Between the States period of 19th Century “Old Virginia.” A truly Grand Evening in Warrenton was enjoyed by all.
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Catlett Raid Living History Weekend
Mosby’s Raid at Catlett’s Station: History Comes To Life In Fauquier!
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Event Pictures can be found in the "News & Events Archive", located on the right side of the "News & Events" page. click here for more...

Volunteers Needed!
The Foundation needs and welcomes all interested persons to serve as Volunteers across a variety of areas. Please call 540-351-1600 or to let us know your areas of interest and contact informaton.

The Mosby Messenger

Mosby Geneology

A listing of Col. John Singleton Mosby's ancestors, descendents and siblings including an chart outlining the Robert E. Lee / John S. Mosby family connection. Adobe Acrobat Reader required.

New Book List!

Check out our new list of books by and about John Singleton Mosby, Mosby's Confederacy, Fauquier County  and other locally-related Civil War subjects.

News & Events Archive

This is where you can find photos of past events and items of interest in our News & Events Archive.

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