"My favorite foods are chicken and spaghetti. Also collect salt and pepper shakers, and earrings."
Patsy Cline Historic House OPEN on July 4, 2013
What better way to start a full day of Fourth of July events than a tour of the Patsy Cline Historic House with friends and family?
Telling an American story of a quintessential small-town girl’s rise to stardom, the Patsy Cline Historic House in Winchester, Virginia will be open for tours on Th...
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Patsy Cline Historic House Official Grand Opening & Block Party
Patsy Cline’s husband, Charlie Dick, daughter Julie Fudge, and other dignitaries will cut the ceremonial ribbon officially opening Patsy Cline’s Historic House at 608 S. Kent Street on Saturday, September 3, 2011 at 4:00pm.
Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. (CPC), a nonprofit corporation committed to...
Patsy Cline Historic House has a direct phone line.
You may now call the Patsy Cline Historic House directly and speak to one of its docents at 540-662-5555.
If you are looking for information about opening dates, booking group tours or special events use the new phone number.
The NEW phone number for the Patsy Cline Historic House is 540-662-5...
Renovations begin on Patsy Cline's Historic House
On the front porch of her historic house on Friday, January 21, 2011, Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc announced to the world that renovations will begin at Patsy Cline’s Historic House located in her hometown, Winchester, Virginia with anticipated opening to the public in 2011.
January 21 marks th...
Fans still have an opportunity to purchase a commemorative brick for the sidewalk in front of Patsy Cline's Historic House. Your brick will serve as a lasting reminder of your admiration of Patsy Cline and will benefit the Historic House.
Each brick will be engraved with a name of your choosing. It...
2011 "A Crazy Affair . . . Remembering Patsy Cline"
In recognition of the anniversary of Patsy Cline's sudden death, we will remember her with a celebration in her hometown, Winchester, Virginia.
Featuring two of the region's most popular bands, SOULED OUT AND CROSSWINDS, plus a LIVE auction and raffle event.
A Patsy-filled night as SOULED OUT roc...
Benefit Event - Premier Showing of "Country Strong" Movie
On Monday, January 10, 2011, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and Q102 radio are proud to present the new film Country Strong in a special presentation to benefit Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc.
During the event, Q102 DJ’s will be on hand as guest bartenders and for a live remote broadcast. There will be an ...
Patsy Cline’s Birthday Block Party
Celebrating Patsy Cline is hosting an old-fashioned block party to celebrate the anniversary of Patsy's 78th birthday. You are invited!
Saturday, September 4, 2010
10 am to 6 pm
The festive event will be held on the street of her Kent Street home.
It is free and open to the public and all are ...
Patsy Cline now is on Facebook!
Celebrating Patsy Cline now is on Facebook! Our Facebook page is a great way to stay up-to-date on our latest events and happenings and meet other Patsy Cline fans.
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Patsy Cline Sing-a-Like contest
Celebrating Patsy Cline is sponsoring a Patsy Cline Sing-a-Like contest at Historic Jordan Springs located in nearby Winchester, Virginia on July 10, 2010 at 6:00pm.
The contest will be held as part of the dinner theatre performance of the "Always...Patsy Cline" musical Wayside Theatre production a...
"Always.....Patsy Cline" The Musical
Wayside Theatre's production of "Always...Patsy Cline" The Musical is returning to Winchester as a dinner theatre event at the beautiful Historc Jordan Springs event center.
A limited engagement from July 9 to August 1, 2010
For tickets, call 540-667-7744 or visit www.HistoricJordanSprings.com
2010 Loudoun County Fair
Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc., is proud to announce our featured participation at the Loudoun County Fair which will take place July 26 through July 31, 2010 in Loudoun County, Virginia. We will be hosting a Karaoke Contest in the main pavilion on Saturday, July 31st at 6 PM just prior to that nigh...
"Second Annual Boots and Hats for Patsy"
"Second Annual Boots and Hats for Patsy," our remembrance celebration of Patsy Cline's birthday (September 8, 1932), will take place on Friday, September 3, 2010 beginning with dinner at 6:00 PM at the George Washington Hotel in Winchester, Virginia - followed by a concert and dance to pay tribute M...
Fabulous T-Shirt especially designed by Wendy Pepper
Wendy Pepper, a top contestant on the first season of the hit reality television show "Project Runway," recently created her "take" on Patsy's Historic House for our latest T-shirt. The shirt, featuring an upbeat celebratory rendition of Patsy's House at 608 South Kent Street, also displays the wor...
'A Crazy Affair....Remembering Patsy Cline"
A huge THANK YOU to all who made "A Crazy Affair . . . Remembering Patsy Cline" on March 12, 2010 such a success!
The Best Western Lee-Jackson Hotel outdid themselves with a fabulous spread of food and great hospitality!
SOULED OUT rocked the house and offered a moving remembrance of Patsy whe...
“A Crazy Affair . . . Remembering Patsy Cline.”
Dance the night away to the sounds of this region’s most popular band, SOULED OUT as we pay tribute to Patsy at “A Crazy Affair . . . Remembering Patsy Cline.” Our event is scheduled for Friday, March 12, 2010 from 7 to 11 PM at the Lee-Jackson Conference Center in Winchester, Virginia. The $20 ti...
The House & Its Patsy Cline History
Patsy Cline’s former home at 608 S. Kent St. will be restored as a historic site. The approximately 1,000-square-foot house will reflect the time period, the 1950s, and lifestyle of the Hensley family — Virginia (Patsy), Hilda (her mother), her brother, and her sister.
A brick-a-thon campaign is u...
1950s-era chairs journey back to Patsy’s Historic House
Two 1950s-era kitchen chairs will return to their home, 608 South Kent Street, after being donated for the restoration of legendary singer Patsy Cline’s former home. The owner of the chairs, Richard Venskoske of Winchester, purchased them last summer at an auction. They had belonged to a cousin of P...
Legacy, Inc. endorses Celebrating Patsy Cline
A statement to Celebrating Patsy Cline, Inc. (CPC) from Legacy Inc.:
“The family of Patsy Cline, represented through Legacy Inc. is in support of CPC and its mission of establishing a museum in Winchester, Virginia to honor and preserve her memory and music.
Certain criteria was agreed to between ...
Patsy Cline memorabilia ends up in “right place”
Rebecca Williams wanted the items from the estate of her 20-year companion, the brother of country legend Patsy Cline, put to good use for the public to enjoy. And since Sam Hensley Jr.’s estate contained memorabilia from Patsy’s illustrious career, Williams said she wanted to make sure the items en...
Make the Patsy Cline Museum happen. Now is the time to help!
After many years of dedicated work, Celebrating Patsy Cline marked March 2006 as a pivotal point in its quest to honor Patsy Cline with a permanent museum in her hometown of Winchester, Virginia. With Patsy's husband, Charlie Dick, in attendance, we arranged a hard-hat tour of the unfinished space t...