CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

Arts are more than just entertaining, they are also inspiring! We offer workshops and classes for all ages that are designed to inspire creativity, let you try a new technique, or master a skill.

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Bruce Molsky Fiddle Workshop

At the request of the artist, everyone attending this workshop must me fully vaccinated. Masks are required as well. If you can just play a few simple old time fiddle tunes, or if you’re an experienced player, this workshop will be useful and fun! We’ll take a few different classic tunes apart to understand what makes […]

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Tony Trischka Bluegrass Banjo Workshop

At the request of the artist, everyone attending this workshop must me fully vaccinated.  Masks are required as well. All levels are welcome!  I’ll be covering certain things that can apply to everyone, such as working on timing, getting more clarity and solidity into your playing.  I’ll also discuss some of the subtleties in Scruggs stye, including playing […]

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Virginia’s Role and Brown vs. Board of Education Decision

This program is a partnership between The Clarke County Historical Association and Barns of Rose Hill. Join the Moton Museum’s Cameron Patterson in exploring the context of this important case. What historically led to the culmination of this historic event? What was happening in the state of Virginia at this time? Learn how this decision […]

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Drawing Fundamentals w/ Jordan Xu

This class is a series of three. The classes will run the first three Saturdays of March  from 11:00 A.M to 1:00 P.M.   This class is designed to help those who have little to no experience or training but would like to start representational(realistic) drawing. Class will start with basic drawing concepts such as […]

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Painting with Oils w/ Jordan Xu

This class is a series of three. The classes will run the first three Saturdays of March  from 1:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. This is an introductory class for those who are interested in starting to paint in oils. Oil is often intimidating to a lot of people, and it shouldn’t be. We will discover […]

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It’s Your War Too: The Women Who Served in WWII

This program is a partnership between The Clarke County Historical Association and Barns of Rose Hill. For this year’s women’s history month, Learn about women’s contribution to World War II in the military. This event will include a lecture by George Mason University’s Dr. Zayna N. Bizri. She will discuss how women were recruited by […]

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Fabric of America Series, Part 1: Fashion and Social Culture in the 19th Century

Fabric of America Series, Part 1: Fashion and Social Culture in the 19th Century This program is a partnership between The Clarke County Historical Association and Barns of Rose Hill Could you imagine Scarlet O’Hara without her iconic hoopskirt? Or Elizabeth Bennett striding through the fields in anything but her narrow flowy gowns? The 19th […]

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Homesteading Series: A Pollinator Oasis in Your Own Backyard w/ Emily Ford

Learn how to make your yard a pollinator oasis with Emily Ford Emily earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from George Mason University where she explored diverse natural sciences courses, the most influential of which were field ecology and conservation biology in Andros, Bahamas. Her passion for education outreach ignited during her last semester […]

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Homesteading Series: Sustainable Home Veggie Gardening w/ Shawna Hartsook

Learn about soil health, and companion planning w/ local organic farmer, Shawna Hartsook   Times: Doors open at 12:30 presentation starts at 1:00  Ticket Prices & Info: All Tickets are General Admission $5.00 Tickets may be purchased in advance either online or by calling the Barns of Rose Hill Box Office at 540-955-2004 (Noon to […]

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Homesteading Series: Learn with Lil; Wild Edibles Walk and Talk w/ Lilian Ledford

  Join Lilian Ledford for a wild edibles walk around Berryville. This program will also include a presentation about wild local edibles in the Great Hall. Times: Doors open at 7:00 and show starts at 8:00 PM  Ticket Prices & Info: All Tickets are General Admission $5.00 Tickets may be purchased in advance either online […]

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Mini Holiday Oxford Punch

Instructor: Angela Jones  This workshop is a perfect way to learn punching needle rug hooking or for those who would like to refine their rug punching technique. You can arrive knowing little to nothing and leave with a handcrafted rug ready to hang or display and have acquired the knowledge to punch hook larger rugs. […]

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Rug Hooking Class: Embellishing Fine Hooded Rugs: “The Serpent” (Approx 12”x15”)

Instructor: Cindy Irwin This workshop is a perfect way to learn 3 to 6 cut wool strips for rug hooking or for those who would like to improve their hooking skills. You will learn how to attach gemstones to foundation before hooking. You will learn how to hook using mixed media including velvet, silk, roving, […]

Bruce Molsky Fiddle Workshop

Saturday, January 22 │ 2:30-4:30

At the request of the artist, everyone attending this workshop must me fully vaccinated. Masks are required as well. If you can just play a few simple old time fiddle tunes, or if you’re an experienced player, this workshop will be useful and fun! We’ll take a few different classic tunes apart to understand what makes […]

Tony Trischka Bluegrass Banjo Workshop

Saturday, January 22 │ 2:30-4:30

At the request of the artist, everyone attending this workshop must me fully vaccinated.  Masks are required as well. All levels are welcome!  I’ll be covering certain things that can apply to everyone, such as working on timing, getting more clarity and solidity into your playing.  I’ll also discuss some of the subtleties in Scruggs stye, including playing […]

Virginia’s Role and Brown vs. Board of Education Decision

Sunday, February 27│ doors 1:30 PM │program 2:00 PM

This program is a partnership between The Clarke County Historical Association and Barns of Rose Hill. Join the Moton Museum’s Cameron Patterson in exploring the context of this important case. What historically led to the culmination of this historic event? What was happening in the state of Virginia at this time? Learn how this decision […]

Drawing Fundamentals w/ Jordan Xu

Saturday March 5.12and 19│ 11:00 AM-1:00 PM

This class is a series of three. The classes will run the first three Saturdays of March  from 11:00 A.M to 1:00 P.M.   This class is designed to help those who have little to no experience or training but would like to start representational(realistic) drawing. Class will start with basic drawing concepts such as […]

Painting with Oils w/ Jordan Xu

Saturday March 5,12 and 19 │ 1:30 PM-3:30 PM

This class is a series of three. The classes will run the first three Saturdays of March  from 1:30 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. This is an introductory class for those who are interested in starting to paint in oils. Oil is often intimidating to a lot of people, and it shouldn’t be. We will discover […]

It’s Your War Too: The Women Who Served in WWII

Sunday, March 13│ doors 1:30 PM │program 2:00 PM

This program is a partnership between The Clarke County Historical Association and Barns of Rose Hill. For this year’s women’s history month, Learn about women’s contribution to World War II in the military. This event will include a lecture by George Mason University’s Dr. Zayna N. Bizri. She will discuss how women were recruited by […]

Fabric of America Series, Part 1: Fashion and Social Culture in the 19th Century

Friday, March 25 │ doors 5:30 PM │program 6:00 PM

Fabric of America Series, Part 1: Fashion and Social Culture in the 19th Century This program is a partnership between The Clarke County Historical Association and Barns of Rose Hill Could you imagine Scarlet O’Hara without her iconic hoopskirt? Or Elizabeth Bennett striding through the fields in anything but her narrow flowy gowns? The 19th […]

Homesteading Series: A Pollinator Oasis in Your Own Backyard w/ Emily Ford

Saturday, April 2 │1:00-2:30

Learn how to make your yard a pollinator oasis with Emily Ford Emily earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from George Mason University where she explored diverse natural sciences courses, the most influential of which were field ecology and conservation biology in Andros, Bahamas. Her passion for education outreach ignited during her last semester […]

Homesteading Series: Sustainable Home Veggie Gardening w/ Shawna Hartsook

Saturday, May 7 │1:00-2:30

Learn about soil health, and companion planning w/ local organic farmer, Shawna Hartsook   Times: Doors open at 12:30 presentation starts at 1:00  Ticket Prices & Info: All Tickets are General Admission $5.00 Tickets may be purchased in advance either online or by calling the Barns of Rose Hill Box Office at 540-955-2004 (Noon to […]

Homesteading Series: Learn with Lil; Wild Edibles Walk and Talk w/ Lilian Ledford

Saturday, June 4 │1:00-2:30

  Join Lilian Ledford for a wild edibles walk around Berryville. This program will also include a presentation about wild local edibles in the Great Hall. Times: Doors open at 7:00 and show starts at 8:00 PM  Ticket Prices & Info: All Tickets are General Admission $5.00 Tickets may be purchased in advance either online […]

Mini Holiday Oxford Punch

Friday, October 14- Sunday, October 16│ 9:00 AM- 4:00 PM

Instructor: Angela Jones  This workshop is a perfect way to learn punching needle rug hooking or for those who would like to refine their rug punching technique. You can arrive knowing little to nothing and leave with a handcrafted rug ready to hang or display and have acquired the knowledge to punch hook larger rugs. […]

Rug Hooking Class: Embellishing Fine Hooded Rugs: “The Serpent” (Approx 12”x15”)

Saturday, November 5 and Sunday November 6│ 9:00 AM- 4:00 PM

Instructor: Cindy Irwin This workshop is a perfect way to learn 3 to 6 cut wool strips for rug hooking or for those who would like to improve their hooking skills. You will learn how to attach gemstones to foundation before hooking. You will learn how to hook using mixed media including velvet, silk, roving, […]

From Downtown Berryville

From East Main Street/State Route 7 Business, turn onto Chalmers Court. Note: Main Street turns from West Main Street into East Main Street at the Church Street/Main Street intersection.

Proceed a short distance on Chalmers Court and look for the large sign that reads Berryville-Clarke County Government Center / Clarke County Library / Barns of Rose Hill on the right side of the road.

Turn right into the large parking lot after the sign. You will see Barns of Rose Hill located to the right of the Government Center. Parking is free.

Free parking is available next door at the Berryville-Clarke County Government Center / Clarke County Library / Barns of Rose Hill parking lot. The Government Center address is 101 Chalmers Court.

Accessibility: There are several specially marked parking spaces designated for disability parking in the parking lot next door. We have exterior wheelchair ramps from the parking lot to the building. The lower and upper levels are accessible via the elevator. We also have a wheelchair for guests available upon request.

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