On May 13 a paper crafting event was hosted at Hebron House. A portion of proceeds will go to support Hebron House renovations.
Built in 1808, Mount Hebron is best known as the mid-nineteenth century home of Judge Thomas Beale Dorsey, who successfully petitioned the Constitutional Convention to give Howard county status in 1851. Judge Dorsey and his wife raised their family in the arms of Hebron House until all the children were grown and on their own, and continued to live in the House until their deaths in the mid 1850s.
The house is now owned by Mount Hebron Presbyterian Church, and is available for private functions. The Upstairs apartment is currently undergoing renovations and will be available later this year.
Photos from event.