Beverley Evans served on the Board of Directors at the Virginia Quilt Museum in Harrisonburg for 10 years and at Fort Harrison, Inc., an 18th century stone house museum in nearby Dayton, for more than 20 years (1990-2013).
In 1992, Beverley completed five years of overseeing the restoration of the Sites House in Broadway, Virginia, a circa 1800s stone home that is on the Virginia and National Historic Registers.
In 1997 Beverley won two awards for the Sites House – the Frederick Doveton Nichols Award, presented by the Preservation Alliance of Virginia, and the Great American Home Award, presented by the National Trust for Preservation.
Over the years, Jeff and Beverley have performed countless hours of antiques research with special interest in material made in the Shenandoah Valley, and they have graciously contributed pieces from their private collection to various museum exhibits. Most recently, the Evanses shared textiles from their personal collection when they guest curated an exhibit for the Virginia Quilt Museum titled “Counterpanes and White Work of the Shenandoah Valley”. The Counterpane exhibit ran from February 1 to May 12, 2012.