White Home Wine Trail
In partnership with grapevine Riverwalk, the gala is taking place at the White Home on Saturday, May 19 from 6-10pm. Guests will trail the world’s most popular wine regions throughout the interior of the home and on its newly restored porches to taste an array of wines that have been paired with sweet & savory hors d'oeuvres provided by Culinary Chef David Babey. Festivities include a string quartet compliments of the future Rock Hill Symphony Orchestra, a wine pull and other forms of entertainment. Dress is cocktail attire/black tie optional.
It's that time of year again: our annual Spring Member Meeting & Picnic! We will bring the membership up to date on what we have going on, vote on new board members, and present the 2018 Historic Preservation Awards! As always, we will provide the chicken and drinks so make sure to bring your favorite side dish or dessert!
Learn about Rock Hill's river history during this two hour bike tour of the Catawba River! Historic Rock Hill is partnering with the City of Rock Hill's Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Department to provide a fun, 5-mile ride along the Catawba River. The Catawba River has a rich history, so take a tour of the beautiful river with a knowledgeable guide.
Ride your own bike or rent one from us! For tickets, visit this link or see our ticket page.
In partnership with the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES), the World War I: Lessons and Legacies exhibit will open to the public on Saturday, April 21 at the historic White Home in conjunction with Historic Rock Hill’s 2nd Annual Antique Car Show and the 2018 Come-See-Me festival. Admission on opening day will be included with admission to the car show. Standard admission rates will apply following the opening day.
In honor of America's entry into "The War to End All Wars", this Smithsonian poster exhibition will explore pivotal changes WWI made in America's culture, as well as the far-reaching influence it had on the rest of the world. Designed to catch the attention of middle and high school students, the exhibit series features components of historical photographs, documents, graphics, educational text, and reflects the modernity the war’s end brought to the 20th century.
The World War I: Lessons and Legacies exhibit will run through the month of November.
Held in conjunction with the Come See Me Festival, Historic Rock Hill will host their first Antique, Art, & Craft Fair on Saturday, April 14 from 11am-6pm on the grounds of the historic White Home.
After a long winter season, guests can embrace spring by strolling through the White Home’s blooming gardens and support local businesses and artists by shopping hand-crafted goods, artwork, antique & vintage items that will be onsite throughout the day. Admission into the Fair is $5 per person. Tickets can be purchased in advance via www.historicrockhill.com or at the admission gate the day of the event.
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Join Historic Rock Hill and the York County Newcomer's Club for a joint fundraiser (and a lot of fun)! Play bunko with your friends or simply enjoy socializing while knitting all while supporting two nonprofits. Admission is $25 with lunch provided and chances to get amazing gifts at our silent auction!