Schedule of Events
Please check back often as we will be adding programs and providing additional information.
3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30, 2pm-3pm Salemme Tours by Joe Skrapits – Spend an hour with Joe Skrapits, curator of the Antonio Salemme exhibit and learn about Salemme’s life and his art. Salemme left NYC to “retire” in Williams Township, where he continued to create amazing pieces of art. Included with museum admission.
19th – Annual Meeting and Teacher of the Year Award - 6:00 pm Join us as we honor our History Teacher of the Year(Sponsored by Express-Times) and our Volunteer of the Year (Sponsored by Alvin H. Butz) with a reception, dinner and silent auction. $75 per person includes complimentary pass to the parking deck and 10 complimentary Chinese auction tickets. Please contact Wendy at 610 253-1222 to request an invitation.
22nd – Dispatch of the HAMMER team: Lou Reda and the History Channel present – History Under Cover:Piercing the Reich. FREE to the Public – film will be run in a continuous loop during museum hours – 10am to 4pm.
2nd – Lou Reda and the History Channel Present: Okinawa: The Last Battle. FREE to the Public – film will run in a continuous loop during museum hours – 10am to 4pm.
6th – At the Bachmann Publick House – Springtime Tea Party – 2pm, $20 per person. Reservations required by 4/3/2014. Call Wendy at 610 253-1222 to make reservations.
13th – Opening of “Heart & Soil” exhibit. Photographer Rick Smith’s decade long project of documenting our local small farms and farm families. Opening reception 3pm, 4/13.
26th – 1pm ”In Search of Samuel Phillipe Rods” – talk by Tom Kerr. Included in museum admission or $5 requested donation.
27th – Holocaust Remembrance Day. Lou Reda and the History Channel Present: Nuremberg: Tyranny on Trial. FREE to the public. Film will be run on a continuous loop during museum hours noon – 4pm.