Upcoming Events

Historic African American Churches of Loudoun County, Virginia

Willisville Chapel

Free, In-person presentation by Diane Helentjaris
Monday, February 27, 7 pm to 8pm
The Rust Library, 380 Old Waterford Road, Leesburg, Virginia 20175

In 2017, Diane set out to discover how many of the historic African American churches in Loudoun County still stood.  She created an ongoing catalogue of photographs documenting more than twenty churches in a variety of faiths and styles.  Spread across Loudoun, they offer testimony to the importance of faith and its endurance.

Sign up will be posted at a later date.

Virginia Women in STEAM

Celebrate Women’s History Month!


Loudoun artist with her glasswork.

Free. In-persdon presentation by Diane Helentjaris
Wednesday, March 1, 7pm to 8pm
Loudoun County Public Library (details to be released later)

Join Diane as she discusses the history of Virginia (and Loudoun County) women who have excelled in STEAM – science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics.  She’ll share information on ways to advocate and promote women and girls’ participation in STEAM.  Diane, is the former national President of the American Medical Women’s Association and was the first women to serve as the Health Director for Loudoun County’s Public Health Department.

Registration details will be posted at a later date.

Need a speaker?

Interested in booking a talk by Diane? She is available for meetings, podcasts, interviews, and presentations. Use the contact tab to leave a message or email her at helentjari@aol.com.

Check back for future events featuring Diane Helentjaris.

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Mountain Gap School, Loudoun County, Virginia by Diane Helentjaris.