The Barns of Rose Hill: Celebrating a Milestone Anniversary and Decades of Support

By Cathy Kuehner Hundreds of people have played significant roles over the decades, working to build a contemporary cultural arts and community center out of two old dairy barns in downtown Berryville. They gave creativity, time, money and — quite literally — blood, sweat, and tears to build the Barns of Rose Hill. “Given the […]

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