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Welcome to the Patrick Henry Tea Party! We created this site to keep the citizens of western Hanover County and surrounding areas informed about important governmental issues affecting citizens on the local, state and national levels. We are a non-partisan grassroots organization with a focus on smaller, less-intrusive government, fiscal prudence, adherence to our Constitution and unashamed patriotism.
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Mark your calendars for the first annual Liberty Farm Festival, to be held on September 10th from 12-6 PM!
Self-Reliance - Did you know that Hanover has a Cannery?? The cannery opened on Friday, July 1. It will be open Mondays (including July 4), Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays in July and August. The Cannery will be open on Saturdays in September and October. On Mondays during these months, processing can take place between 4-7 p.m. (the cannery closes at midnight on Mondays). On the other days of the week, processing can take place between 8:30-10 a.m., with the Cannery closing at 3 p.m. The canning process must begin during these designated times in order to have the process completed by the Cannery closing time. Processes that take longer than the average of five hours must be approved in advance by the Cannery Supervisor. Please call the Cannery Supervisor to check on the availability before you travel. The Cannery Supervisors number is (804) 365-6484. For Hanover County residents, the cost is $1.17 a can or .30 cents a jar. For those who do not live in Hanover, the charge is $1.32 per can and .40 cents per jar. You must bring your own jars. Additional charges apply for use of the kettle, blancher or corn machine. If you have bountiful produce from your garden, and you want to prepare for the winter, this might be just what you were looking for!