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June 27, July 25 & August 22

6-8pm

We invite you to kick off the summer season with us at HSF’s 10th Annual History on Tap (H.O.T.) beginning in June!

Tour the revitalization efforts of 4 historic properties and sample local craft beer from New Sarum while learning about Salisbury’s fascinating history and connecting with the community.

With limited space, this 3 part summer series has become one the HOTtest tickets on Salisbury’s summer event calendar. Register today to secure your spot!

This event is free - $10 Suggested Donation
Registration is Required.

2022 HOT Logo (4)

June 27 from 6:00-8:00pm

DC Bradshaw House 432 Park Avenue

The home was built in 1907 by local contractor David Clarence Bradshaw, who envisioned it as the dream home for him and his wife. Bradshaw died shortly after building the home and it was owned and inhabited by his wife, listed as E.J. Bradshaw, until 1929. It stayed in their family until 1944. We have recently completed the stabilization and it is currently available for restoration.

Read more at The Salisbury Post

June 27 from 6:00-8:00pm

Fisher-Tutterow House 507 Park Avenue

The Fisher-Tutterow House, built in 1907 by the Fisher family. This two-story weatherboarded frame house located at 507 Park Avenue was purchased by The Historic Salisbury Foundation. The Fishers owned the house until 1943 (George Fisher sold it to his son, L. E. Fisher - a railway clerk - in 1920). Mr. John N. Haden then owned the house for six years before selling it to B.P. Tutterow in 1949. B.P. and his wife, Ruby, lived in the house for over 40 years.

If you registered for the DC Bradshaw House already, then you do not need to register again! Your registration applies for both locations. 

July 25 from 6:00-8:00pm

Former Lincoln Elementary School 642 South Shaver Street

Lincoln School in Salisbury, originally named Salisbury Colored Graded School, has a rich history dating back to the late 1800s. The first frame building for the school was constructed right before the turn of the century, with a newer building replacing the original structure around 1926. The school has been vacant for over twenty years and we are in search of the right developer to bring life back to this property in the Dixonville Community. 
 

August 22 from 6:00-8:00pm

Location TBA