Since April 5, 1976, Historic Vienna, Inc. (HVI) has served as a nonprofit corporation dedicated to:
- Preserving and promoting Vienna’s heritage through the identification, preservation, and interpretation of historically significant places, events, and persons
- Educating the public through permanent and revolving exhibits, outreach programs, special events and publications
- Enhancing a spirit of community through an awareness of Vienna’s past
What Does HVI Do?
- Identifies, preserves, and operates sites and structures of historical significance, such as The Freeman Store and Museum and the Little Library
- Acquires and exhibits artifacts of historical interest
- Conducts educational presentations and tours for students and civic groups
- Maintains and operates the Freeman Store offering Vienna and Virginia souvenirs, arts and crafts, books and penny candy
- Coordinates annual events, such as ‘Walk On The Hill,” antique appraisals and Santa Claus at Christmas time
- Serves as a recipient of gifts, legacies, and bequests for on-going preservation and historic activities
Officers of Historic Vienna, Inc.
Anne Stuntz, President
Nancy Moats, Vice President
Sylvia Taylor, Secretary
Leigh Kitcher, Treasurer
Leslie Herman, Town Liaison
Board Members of Historic Vienna, Inc.
Mike Berger, Beverly Burns, Margaret Dellinger, Freya Fisher, Darrell Mounts, Gloria Runyon, David Shelby, Suzanne Traut, Raymond Viets & Jon Vrana
Storekeepers of Historic Vienna, Inc.