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POSTPONED Pearl Harbor Program Part 2

Thursday, December 9, 2021 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
ONLINE

This program is postponed due to unforseen circumstances. We will host the program in March!

Presented by military historian Ray Rossa

There was at least a 90% probability AGAINST the Pearl Harbor attack ever being launched.

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Yet we know that it happened in 1941. Find out how such an incredibly unlikely event actually occurred.

How did the US Army and Navy both botch impending early warnings, insuring total surprise?

Did Japanese submarines attack? Who actually fired the first shot in the Pacific War?

Newsreels of the time show shattered Pacific Fleet warships burning furiously. How devastating was this air raid; what went right and wrong?

 

Presenter Background

Ray Rossa is an avid student of mobile warfare and is able to describe the most complex concepts in clear, logical, easy-to-understand word pictures.

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POSTPONED Pearl Harbor Program - Part 1

Thursday, December 2, 2021 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
ONLINE

This program is postponed due to unforseen circumstances. We will host the program in March!

Presented by military historian Ray Rossa

There was at least a 90% probability AGAINST the Pearl Harbor attack ever being launched.

pearl-harbor

Yet we know that it happened in 1941. Find out how such an improbable event occurred.

How did the US Army and Navy both botch impending early warnings, ensuring total surprise?

Did Japanese submarines attack? Who fired the first shot in the Pacific War?

Newsreels of the time show shattered Pacific Fleet warships burning furiously. How devastating was this air raid; what went right and wrong?

Presenter Background

Ray Rossa is an avid student of mobile warfare and can describe the most complex concepts in clear, logical, easy-to-understand word pictures.


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Together For The Holidays Concert

Thursday, December 16, 2021 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Event location: 
Blue Bell

 

Multicolor lights sparkling above text that reads: Together For The Holidays, Please join us on December 16  at 7 PM for a special presentation by Celestia Performing Arts Group. We can't wait to celebrate with you!

Presented by Celestia Performing Arts Group. Join us on Thursday, December 16th, 2021, at 7 PM in the Community Room to celebrate merriment!

Please bring a mask to wear at the concert.

Registration is required.

Contact Bobbie Foster for any questions or concerns: (215) 643-1320 x. 14 

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Women's Club of Whitpain Present Suffragette Dora Lewis

Thursday, November 11, 2021 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
Ambler

 The Women's Club of Whitpain's November Meeting with a Special Guest

Philadelphia reformer and suFfragist

DORA LEWIS

PORTRAYED BY CAROL SPACHT

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This event is open to the public! Please join us!

Dora Lewis was a Philadelphia reformer and suffragist. As Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, she was comfortably connected to the highest levels of society. She chose to dedicate her efforts and position to political action, pressuring the government to pass the 19th Amendment, Woman Suffrage, to the United States Constitution.

Carol Spacht is a historian and reenactor and is best known is this area for her portrayal of Betsy Ross in old city Philadelphia!

All are Welcome to Attend!

 

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American Sherlock - True Crime Podcaster Kate Winkler Dawson

Tuesday, November 16, 2021 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
ONLINE
 
True Crime Podcaster Kate Winkler Dawson

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True crime author and podcaster Kate Winkler Dawson discusses her historic true crime books,
including American Sherlock, and her historical true crime podcasts, Tenfold More Wicked and Wicked Words.
 
Online (Zoom) Register at https://american-sherlock.eventbrite.com


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Thinking Like a Curator - Museum of the American Revolution

Tuesday, November 9, 2021 - 6:30pm
Event location: 
ONLINE
 
Museum of the American Revolution and Wissahickon Valley Public Library Present:
Thinking Like a Curator

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Learn how the museum curates collections.
Step into the shoes of museum staff work to answer the same questions we ask.
What is this object? Who might have used it? And what does it mean?
 

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