The proceeds for many of our events go toward preserving and restoring the Bulloch Hall home and grounds.
Bulloch Hall is owned and operated by the City of Roswell and supported by Friends of Bulloch, Inc., a GA 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Garden Faire April 28th 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Once again, the North Fulton Master Gardeners in partnership with Historic Bulloch Hall will present their annual Garden Faire on Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Bulloch Hall. Whether rain or shine, we anticipate a very good turnout for the Faire as we have had in past years. There will be something for everyone. For more details, visit the Garden Faire webpage or the Facebook Event page.
Here Comes the Bride Exhibit May 13th - August 31st
Bulloch Hall, in partnership with the Roswell Historical Society, exhibits a variety of historic wedding gowns, which will be displayed throughout the house. The gowns on display are from the mid-nineteenth century through the mid-twentieth century. Included with regular admission.
Magnolia Ball June 9th
The Friends of Bulloch, Inc. and Malon D. Mimms will host the 2018 Magnolia Ball on Saturday, June 9th, at a private club in Buckhead. Proceeds from the Ball will provide scholarship support for the many historical, environmental, and educational programs offered at Bulloch Hall. In addition, our top priority will be the continued preservation of the Bulloch Hall property including “Orchard Hill.” The 33rd Annual Ball with honor the memory of Bill W. Gray, past President of Friends of Bulloch, Inc.
Co-Chairs, Nancy Alterman and Karen Schwank, along with the Magnolia Ball Committee, promise a special evening of cocktails, silent auction, dinner and dancing to music by Fly Betty Band. This year's theme is the wedding of Mittie and Thee complete with wedding cake by Rhodes Bakery, recently voted best cake in Georgia by Food Network. The event will highlight the Bulloch/Roosevelt Letters, Volume II by Connie M. Huddleston and Gwendolyn I. Koehler. This is the not to miss event of the season! Individual reservations and sponsorships are available. Please call 770 992-1731 ext. 2 for more information. $150 per reservation
Photography Class June 15th
Join us for a Photo Fun Class at Bulloch Hall taught by award winning photographer, Gittel Chase Price. Learn to take better images, use filters, and work with phone apps. Also learn the best ways to store and post process your images. You will need a camera, but if one is not available, you may also use the camera on your phone. $25 per person. Call 770-992-1731 for more information.
Miss Mittie's Academy June 25th - 29th 9:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Young ladies will delight in experiencing the history of entertaining and daily life from the 1800s to today. Bulloch Hall offers the opportunity for girls from ages 9 to 12 to explore a historic site, participate in special crafts, and learn social graces. Social graces are skills used to interact politely in social situations. They include manners, etiquette, fashion and refinement. This year Debbie Cwalina, Co-Founder of Be the Voice, will share how your child can be the voice that stops bullying. Every young lady would benefit greatly from this week. Parents and children will enjoy the gracious heritage passed on from one of Roswell’s founding families with a final tea. For more information, call 770-992-1731 ext 4. Click here for online registration.
Camp Rough Riders July 9th-13th 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Bulloch Hall’s summer offering for children ages 6-11 years is “Camp Rough Riders,” a one-week day camp program that includes history, crafts, activities and old fashioned skills. The camp runs July 9th – 13th from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The cost is $200, $185 for Friends of Bulloch members. Register by calling 770-992-1731 ext 2.
Campers have an active week doing things like exploring the Nature Trail at Bulloch Hall, where they learn to identify trees and plants. Campers learn how to give a tour of Bulloch Hall and show off their skills by giving tours for their families. Past camps have included a blacksmithing demonstration, making candles, stitching samplers, open-hearth cooking, woodworking, and dyeing fabric. Campers have also learned about bees, honey and beekeeping.
“Camp Rough Riders at Bulloch Hall was the best camp my son ever attended,” said a parent as he picked up his son after the week-long program.
Moonlight, Music, and Martinis in Mittie's Garden July 27th 8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Join us on Friday, July 27th for a full moon, martinis, and light appetizers in Bulloch Hall’s garden on the hill. Reservations are $25 per person and includes one free martini (additional ones are $10). Relax and enjoy music, your martini, and a garden exhibit of local artists’ works. Then stroll over to Bulloch Hall and have a self-guided candlelight tour of the summer exhibit called “Here Comes the Bride.” This exhibit includes bridal fashions through the years. For more information and reservations, go to our website www.bullochhall.org. The event is from 8- 10 p.m. and is rain or shine. In case of rain, the event will take place in Bulloch Hall and the Osage Terrace Room on the grounds. For more information, please call 770 992-1731 ext. 2.
Decorative Arts of the 19th Century August 15th 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Special tour by appointment only. Learn intriguing details about style and furnishings of the 19th Century at Bulloch Hall. Adults - $8, Seniors - $7, Children - $6