In a ceremony on Friday, Longwood University unveiled a new monument that celebrates the consequential history of Farmville and its surrounding communities, and those who fought to expand American liberty, helping shape not only Farmville’s powerful story but that of the nation.
The performance by the internationally acclaimed theater company is being presented jointly by Longwood’s Department of English and Modern Languages and Hampden-Sydney College. It is open to the public.
The public is invited to an unveiling of the new historical monument dedicated to those in our community who labored and sacrificed to expand liberty.
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