Lansdowne Boro Hall On Baltimore Ave. looks a "little" different these days
Newlin Grist Mill Sept 20 Archaeology Festival 10-3 Discover the stories of our past buried beneath our feet. Join professional and a vocational archaeologists as they share important discoveries from throughout the region. Assist archaeologists as they explore the buried past of Newlin Grist Mill. Follow the artifacts as they proceed from excavation, through screening, to cleaning and identification. Plenty of things for the family including a “kids dig” Free
6th Annual Pirate Festival HOSTED BY MARCUS HOOK PRESERVATION SOCIETY Saturday, September 20, 2014 Delaware Avenue and the Park 11am – 6pm AND FAMILY NIGHT SPAGHETTI DINNER Friday, September 19, 2014 6pm to 8pm Community Center, 7 Delaware Avenue, Marcus Hook, PA Cost: $5 per person (in advance) $8 at the door All proceeds help with the restoration of the Plank House.
The Concord Township Historical Society Presents Antique & Classic Automobiles Local History Museum Mushroom dishes from Local Restaurants Learn How Mushrooms Grow Sept. 20th 2 to 5 PM at Society Headquarters 659 Smithbridge Road next to the Rachel Kohl Library All Proceeds Benefit The Concord Township Historical Society Special Thanks to : Kaolin Mushroom Farms; The American Mushroom Institute; Harvest; Concord Pike Steak Shop, Target Stores; The Historical Car Club Of Pennsylvania RAIN DATE SEPT. 21st
The Haverford Township Historical Society Presents an Open House at historic Nitre Hall Karakung Drive between Mill Road and Manoa Road Sunday September 21 10 AM and 1 PM. Nitre Hall, built about 1810, served as the “Home of the Powder Master” and headquarters of the gunpowder manufacturing business located and operating in this Powder Mill Valley until about 1840. The Nitre Hall gunpowder works was second only to Delaware’s DuPont works in the manufacture of gunpowder during the Way of 1812. The Nitre Hall building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and serves today as the home of the Haverford Township Historical Society. Note that this stretch of Karakung Drive is closed to motor traffic on Sundays. Parking is available by the SEPTA Norristown High Speed Line’s Beechwood/Brookline station
Marple Historical Society & 1696 Thomas Massey House Present The Freckleton Catastrophe At 10.30am on the morning of Wednesday 23 August, 1944, two American Liberator heavy bomber aircraft left Warton Airfield on a routine test flight, but as the weather turned they were soon in trouble. A discussion by Jim Hedtke, Ph.D. Professor and author Sept 23rd 7:30 Marple Christian Church Lawrence rd Broomall Refreshments to follow For Information call 610-353-4967