The recent Black History Month program, “Keep Taps Live” and “Civil War Bands” was featured in the Times Chronicle! Look here for the article to see photos of the event.
Camp William Penn Museum will be open to visitors from June 1st to mid October by reservation.
To make arrangements, call Citizens for the Restoration of Historical La Mott.
Date: Sunday, February 26, 2017 Time 3:00 PM
Location: La Mott Community Center
7420 Sycamore Ave.
La Mott, PA 19027
Citizens for the Restoration of Historical La Mott (CROHL) Invites you to come and hear Adrienne Mazar, teacher/musician, present “Keep Taps Live”. She will speaking about and demonstrating the use of bugles and drums in the Civil War.
Additionally, Dr. James Paradis, the author/historian/teacher, will speak about “Civil War Bands”.
The event will feature Lucretia Mott, portrayed by Kerry Bryan. Additionally Joe Becton, Antoine Watts, and Crystal Kemp, musicians and USCT re-enactors, will perform songs of the Civil War.
This is a free event. Donations welcome.
For more information or in case of severe weather conditions,
call: 215 885-2258; email: email@example.com
CROHL will hold a book sale featuring books about the Civil War from a private collection. In addition, a small number of books about African Americans in the military as well as a number of books about Native Americans will be included. This sale will take place at:
The Camp William Penn Museum, 1618 Willow Avenue in La Mott, 19027.
May 20, 10:00-2:00 and May 21, 2:00-4:00.