This restored inn with roots dating back to the 1800’s will be hosting a lavish three course menu dinner with an optional wine pairing.
They’ll be serving three courses with a wide array of options to choose from on their menu for , with the choice of a wine pairing for an additional .
Advance tickets only, so get your seats today by calling (434)-223-3287.
Wonderful food, wonderful service, and wonderful prices- you can find all of these things at Shogun Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi.
The Third Street Brewing Company is bringing back their snickerdoodle stout, so if you’re looking to enjoy a sweet drink with your significant other in a fun and romantic atmosphere, be sure to stop by.
The Appomattox River traverses Farmville, along with the High Bridge Trail State Park, a more than 30-mile-long (48 km) rail trail park.
This is one of the best places to get sushi or hibachi in Farmville and once you go there, you’ll be wanting to go back for every dinner!
The High Bridge Lofts will offer 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartments open to students and resident tenants.The next morning Paris came in to find clearly visible footprints on the wood floor that started at the front door and proceeded down the hall. James Jordan, professor of anthropology at Longwood University, is also a collector of local ghost tales. This always occurs in Tabb, the closest building to the original east and south wings.On Halloween night he will give a lecture titled Tales From Under the Ground: Some Glimpses of Scary Happenings from Longwoods Olden Days at 7 p.m. One of those scary happenings involves the statue of the Confederate Hero. Jordan brings his classes to the statue on High Street. Another ghostly tale from Longwood concerns Edith Stevens, a professor and head of the Natural Science Department in the 1920's and 30's.This impressive brick house on Beech Street was built in 1842 by Joseph Venable, a charter member of the Farmville Savings Bank and founding trustee of Farmville Female Seminary now Longwood University. During the closing days of the Civil War, Judith Lockett buried the familys silver and became so frightened that she forgot where. Lucy Lancaster who was born on High Street about the time of the statues dedication. Lucy Lancaster operated a gift shop on High Street for many years, Dr. She told me that at night the statue sometimes cast a shadow on the Longwood campus on the wall of East Ruffner Building. A silhouette of the soldier complete with rifle appears to be standing guard over the burning building.After her husbands death, Judith sold the house on Beech Street to Samuel B. A contractor was hired and the floors were sanded and varnished. When something bad is about to happen sometimes related to fire and sometimes not the residents of Tabb will hear a hysterical womans voice, Dr. Upon each hearing of the shrieker, danger is averted and no one is hurt.Im quite sure that I inherited my love of otherworldly tales from my grandmother who was born shortly after the Civil War. She said that when you could see the statues shadow on the wall it meant the soldier was in the statue and everything was fine.She told tales that made me quiver under the quilts far into the night. When you couldnt see the shadow, the soldier was somewhere around town with his rifle and something bad always happened. Jordan believes the Confederate Soldier was not pleased when his building burned. Jordan a photograph taken during the fire that shows a startling image in the flames.Most people on campus are aware of another prominent ghost on campus. Jarman, who was president of Longwood for many years, is remembered at every program held at Jarman Auditorium.A special reserved seat, marked with a program and a single red rose, belongs to Jarmans ghost.At the intersection of US 15, VA 45 and US 460, Farmville is the home of Longwood University and is the town nearest to Hampden–Sydney College.Near the headwaters of the Appomattox River, the town of Farmville was formed in 1798 and incorporated in 1912.