The Pittsylvania County Historical Society announced Thursday an event planned for later this year that will feature tours of historic buildings in Chatham and historic re-enactors. 

“Pittsylvania Heritage Day” will be on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will include tours and events at the historic County Courthouse on Main Street, the restored train depot building on Depot Street and other historic places in downtown Chatham. The celebration will conclude with a concert at Emmanuel Episcopal Church. 

“We are thrilled to make this announcement,” said Pittsylvania County Historical Society president Bill Guerrant. “We believe this will be a fun, family-friendly day and a great opportunity for the public to engage with local history.” 

See more details in the April 1 edition of the Chatham Star-Tribune.

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