A Visit With Ned Hector- The Hero of Brandywine!, Tue., Sep. 20, 7 pm

Ned Hector is a free black man noted for his courage during the retreat from the Battle of Brandywine. Hear about his daring the battle, learn about his uniform and soldier’s kit, and get carried away by his enthusiasm for his country and his own fight for liberty. Ned Hector is portrayed by Noah Lewis – American Historical Theatre.RSVP here […]

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College Application Workshop for Parents, Thu., Aug. 25, 6:30 pm

Together, you will survive! Want to learn ways to help support your child through the college application process? Discover tips for writing a resume, as well as pointers for creating concise, original, and insightful essays that impress admission counselors. Instructor Linda George is a professional writing coach, award-winning writer, and president of Instant English.  For parents and guardians of students entering grades 9-12.  […]

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America’s Original Outlaws- The Doan Brothers, Tue, July 12, 7 pm

Come meet Mark McNutt, one of the producers from the up and coming show ‘America’s Original Outlaw Treasure’. In this 45 minute session participants will learn about the Doan Brothers, a group of brothers-turned-gangsters who lived during the Revolutionary War era.  Mark will also provide a Q&A session during the lecture and bring recently-discovered historical artifacts. He will be accompanied […]

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‘Become Your Dreams’ Dance Show, Wed., July 13, 7 pm

Illstyle and Peace Productions presents “Become Your Dreams,” a History of Hip Hop Dance. Come and enjoy their high energy dance moves that wow the crowd, including popping, locking, and breaking. Plus, the audience gets a chance to share some moves too! Wednesday, July 137 pmCommunity Room All ages welcome. Space is limited. Please RSVP here. Sponsored by the Friends […]

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