2019 Upcoming Events

“The Roots That Bind Us” History Lecture at Woodburn – Saturday, September 14th @ Noon

A lecture by historical educator, Michael Webb, presented by PHF & the Pendleton Foundation for Black History and Culture. “The Roots That Bind Us: a Son’s Family Journey Through his Father’s Eyes” is a personal presentation that will span the generations of Webb’s family during and after slavery in Anderson, Pickens, and Oconee counties. This event is free to attend and light refreshments will be served.

Ghost Walk – Friday & Saturday, October 18th & 19th

YOU ASKED AND WE’VE DONE IT … We are offering TWO DAYS of spooky fun in Pendleton! Walk with us, into the night to hear haunting tales of famous Pendletonians and the places where their souls still dwell.  More information, including the ticket sales link, will be added to this page as the dates approach. This is available through preregistration ONLY! 

“Pickling & Food Preservation” Demonstration – Thursday, October 24th at Ashtabula Historic Home @ 5:30 p.m.

Tim Drake and Jordan Bannister will present on 1800’s food preservation techniques and tribulations. Sample our traditional sauerkraut recipe and make “leather breeches” from string beans! This event is fun for the whole family! Tickets are $10 per person and include the demonstration, take-home recipes, and a tour of Ashtabula Historic Home. (Stay tuned for the ticket link!)

Christmas Homes Tour – Saturday, December 14th @ 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Our classic holiday event will feature a tour of Pendleton’s most beautiful homes and churches. ❄ More information and pricing will be available in the coming months. ❄


Call (864) 646-7249 or email pendleton.hf@gmail.com to preregister for each of these events today!