Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Lots going on Talks and lectures this week

Who recognizes this orphanage?
The Municipal Building is located on Pennell Road just south of 5 Points and next to TD Bank. The Building is handicapped accessible.   Robyn has had 10 historical markers erected in Pennsylvania.  Her first marker was in West Chester to recognize the 1852 Women's Rights Convention held there and most recently at the Williamson Trade School.  These markers are by the approval of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.   Ms. Young will present lively and  interesting information and exhibits to the Society. Please join us!  This event is free and open to public. Volunteers and donations are always welcome.
Friday, February 21, 2014* 6:30 PM - 10:30 PM
@ Jeffords Mansion in Ridley Creek State Park   Tickets: $35 in advance, $40 at the door How to Buy: Purchase your tickets using check, credit card, cash or PayPal!**   Proceeds from this event will go to CPP's Emergency Fund.  The Emergency Fund is maintained for use during a time when there is an unexpected expense or lack of income and allows us to continue our daily operations and mission uninterrupted.   Festivities include: Sample colonial libations Enjoy good food (BBQ & Vegetarian options) Toast to George Washington Ticket box auction Sing-a-long Dancing Door prizes Visit the event page for more info!   *Snow Date: Friday, March 7th   **Payment options Checks - can be mailed or dropped off  at the office Credit Card - called in or stop by the office Cash - dropped off at the office Paypal - link from our homepage:
Where to Go for What You Want to KnowResearching your family history, your house, your hometown...? Learn about the records
and other treasures available to you at the Delaware County Archives, the Courthouse,
Delaware County Historical Society, and our own Nether Providence Archives
Delaware County Archivist Bob Plowman
Sunday, February 23rd at 2:00 pm at The Helen Kate Furness Free Library
100 N. Providence Road, Wallingford

The program is free and open to the public.

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