GREENBRIER COUNTY (WVDN) – The Return of Enchanted Evening Dinner is planned for Friday, July 14, at Williamsburg Museum in Greenbrier County. Meals will be served as eat-in or take-out.
The date has been changed from October to provide good weather outdoor seating for attendees. There will be fewer tables inside the museum, which will allow spacing between dinner groups.
The well-known and loved Enchanted Evening provides a tender country fried steak with gravy, homemade mashed potatoes, homegrown green beans and cobblers made by local bakers with ice cream. The fundraiser for Williamsburg Museum is priced at a reasonable $12 per plate, and additional donations are appreciated.
The dinner will be held from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Museum building at 596 Williamsburg Rd, in Williamsburg, WV. The two-story frame house for the museum is across the street from Andrew Chapel Methodist Church on a hilltop overlooking Williamsburg town space.
This museum is known for the display of local family and school items, a grand display of furniture and framed portraits of the past 200 years. School colors are well displayed in the collection of uniforms from the cheerleading, sports and bands that belonged to Williamsburg High School, Junior High School and Elementary through the years.
Tools from early settlers and personal keepsakes from area families are displayed at the museum for all to enjoy.
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