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Family Day

Looking for something fun to do with your family on this President’s Day holiday? The Chester County Historical Society will be hosting our annual Family Day celebration on President’s Day Monday, February 17, 2014 from 10:00am-1:00pm. 

History on Tap ~ Windsor Chairs

The Ship Inn

693 East Lincoln Highway

Exton, PA 19341

http://www.shipinn.net/

Tuesday, April 22 at 6:30pm

Herb Lapp will present on Windsor Chairs which have been a popular part of American seating furniture since the 1700s.  Learn from a craftsman about the history of Windsor chairs and how they are made.  He will explore the idea of Windsor chairs in the eighteenth century as possible indication of a linkage between Quakers living in Philadelphia and Chester County.

History on Tap ~ 2nd Annual History Trivia Night

2nd Annual History Trivia Night

BARNABY’S

15 South High Street

West Chester, PA 19380

http://www.barnabyswestchester.com

Tuesday, May 20 at 6:30pm

How much do you know about Chester County's history? Test your knowledge on May 20 during a five round trivia competition open to individuals or teams.  This program will be emceed by CCHS staff and will feature history-themed prize baskets for the winners in addition to bragging rights as 2014 champions.  

History on Tap ~ Josiah Harlan

History on Tap ~ Josiah Harlan

Marshalton Inn

1300 West Strasburg Road

West Chester, PA 19382

http://www.marshaltoninn.com/

Tuesday, June 17  6:30pm

Elegant & Everyday: CLOTHING from the COLLECTION

Elegant & Everyday: CLOTHING from the COLLECTION

SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 2014 8:30 AM TO 4:15 PM

CHESTER COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY

WEST CHESTER, PENNSYLVANIA

REGISTRATION FORM ~ Registration deadline for both Friday and Saturday events is March 29, 2014. Call 610-692-4800 or visit chestercohistorical.org for inquiries.

History on Tap ~ Ann Preston

Doc Magrogan’s Oyster House

117 E. Gay Street, West Chester, PA 19380

http://www.docmagrogans.com

Tuesday, March 18 at 6:30pm

Laurie Rofini presents Ann Preston (1813-1872). Preston was an abolitionist, a fierce advocate for women’s rights and temperance, a published author, and one of the first American women to receive a medical degree. Learn how this social reformer became a pioneer in women’s medical education.

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