Virtual Program: Presidential Landmarks in New England
Monday, February 226:30—8:00 PMOtherCommunity LocationsOffsite - Please see description for address, Groveland, MA, 01834
In celebration of Presidents Day please join us for: PRESIDENTIAL LANDMARKS IN NEW ENGLAND with guest author David Kruh. This program is based on David's book, which was co-written with his father Louis.
Do you know where in New England... The oath of office was taken by a President of the United States? A plaque commemorates a Presidential visit to a bar? David writes: In this slide show, audiences will take a 50-minute trip through 200 years of the U.S. Presidency, focusing on the native New Englanders who called the White House home. Together, we will visit most of the sites in New England dedicated to the United States Presidents, including birthplaces, homes, libraries, and yes, even bars. Its great combination of history and travelogue will be of interest to both the historically minded and tourist alike.
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