The Unison Preservation Society was incorporated in 2001 to help protect and preserve the historic village and surrounding countryside of Unison.
The village was founded in the early 1730's as one of the first settlements in Loudoun County, Virginia.
We invite you to browse our website for information on
- Unison's history in brief
- The village itself which includes the houses, businesses, legal documents, cemeteries, schools, churches, etc)
- Unison in the Civil War
- Current Unison events and Heritage Day
- National Battlefield study in the Unison area
- How you can help promote the
preservation and celebration of our culturally rich heritage.
to all who attended the 2018 Heritage Day festivities
We would like to sincerely thank all our friends, neighbors, supporters, and sponsors for coming out on the glorious
November 3rd weekend to enjoy some toe-tapping bluegrass music, excellent food supplied
by Monk's Barbeque, the yummy desserts and goodies made by the ladies of the Unison Methodist Church, get up close (nose to nose) with
some of the beautiful, sweet, and engaging American and American crossbred hounds
of Piedmont Foxhounds, browse and bid the wonderful local art being offered in the silent auction, or bid loudly
for one (or more) of the unique items in the live auction - all to support the ongoing
preservation efforts of the Society - and still have plenty of quality time to mingle and chat among all the many neighbors.
We are delighted to once again call our annual Heritage Day a success, and hope to see everyone next year for the 2019
Heritage Day event!