2012 Calendar of Events
A Revolutionary Lecture Series
Monday Lecture Series
Dine & Discuss at the Gen. Warren Inne, 9 Old Lancaster Rd., Malvern PA 19355. Join us at the tavern that played an important role in the Battle of Paoli, feast on a special Early American dinner from this Zagat top-rated restaurant while listening and interacting with noted historians and authors. It is strongly recommended that you call 610-296-3637 for reservations as our lectures fill up quickly.
- Monday, Sept. 17, 2012, 6-8pm
Spies in the Continental Capital: Espionage Across Pennsylvania During the American Revolution
John Nagy, Philadelphia Rev War Roundtable president
A "CONTINENTAL" CAPITAL SUCCESS – ENJOYED BY ALL!!
- Monday, Nov. 12, 2012, 6-8pm
A New Look at the Valley Forge Encampment through the eyes of the women who lived it
Dr. Nancy Loane of Valley Forge
- Monday, Jan. 14,2013, 6-8pm
The American Revolution Center
Dr. Scott Stephenson, author, Director of Collections & Interpretation for the American Revolution Center, updates plans for the new Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia, including highlights of recently acquired treasures.
- Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, 6-8pm
The Revolution & The Paranormal
Laurie Hull, author and respected psychic investigator, speaks about ghosts and paranormal experiences at Revolutionary War sites including Fort Mifflin, Brandywine Battlefield and even the General Warren Inne!
- Monday, March 11, 2013, 6-8pm
The Rhode Island Campaign: The First French and American Operation in the Revolutionary War
by author Christian M. McBurney
- Monday, April 8, 2013, 6-8pm
The Battle of Bennington
As Howe’s armada sailed up the Chesapeake towards Chester County, the Green Mountain Boys crushed part of Burgoyne’s invasion from Canada by author Dr. Michael Gabriel of Kutztown University
REGISTER EARLY — ONLY 60 SEATS AVAILABLE!
$40 per person for each lecture — and please consider donating to the Landmark Campaign Fund to help achieve National Historic Landmark status (tax deductible!)
Candlelight Tour & Illumination (date to be set)
This event attracts hundreds of visitors and is great for an unusual family evening out! Continuous tours will lead you through a candle-lit trail to different stops where reenactors recount battles of the 1777 Philadelphia Campaign and how they affected the local population. $5 per person $20 for family (immediate family of 4 or more) donation – and please consider donating to the Landmark Campaign Fund to help achieve National Historic Landmark status (tax deductible!)