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(8-Adult) The history surrounding the founding of the Frying Pan Meeting House is rich with people of diverse backgrounds and traditions. We invite you to come and learn about the religious freedom movement in Virginia, the role the meeting house played in that movement, and the role of the church in the lives of people within the community. Reenactors, a special guest speaker, 18th century games for kids and exhibits will bring the history of the post-revolution era to life. The event is located at the Frying Pan Meeting House at 2615 Centreville Road in Herndon. Parking is available at Frying Pan Farm Park. Take a free wagon ride shuttle from the Country Store to the Meeting House. The event is free, but donations will be gratefully accepted. The program runs from 1 to 4 p.m. For more information, call 703-437-9101.