Dates: Fridays: Oct. 6; Nov. 3; Dec. 1; Jan. 5
Time: 7:00 pm—8:00 pm
Part 1: Friday, October 6
Phoenixville—Learn the history and growth of different community backgrounds, and how it evolved into a major industrial area.
Presenter: Jack Ertell
Part 2: Friday, November 3
Trappe/Collegeville—Enjoy a presentation on the history of these adjacent boroughs by the author of “Trappe and Collegeville.”
Presenter: Lisa Minardi
Part 3: Friday, December 1
Skippack—The Village of Skippack’s history during the Revolution will be presented. Hear about George Washington and his army, the battle of Germantown, and anecdotal stories.
Presenter: Charles A. Miller
Part 4: Friday, January 5
Goshenhoppen—Learn about the 6-month journey settlers made from the Upper Rein to Philadelphia during the early 1700s. Hear the stories along the way that made their travel perilous at times.
Presenter: Robert Wood
Cost: $20.00 for 4 sessions or $5.00 each
Age Level: Middle school/adult
Venue: Catholic Family Life Center