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January 2021

Tredyffrin Historic Preservation Trust Presents “As History Goes On”

January 25 - June 30
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A non-event fundraiser, to meet final construction costs of the Jones Log Barn and programming needs of the Living History Center. To donate, call 610-644-6759 or visit their website, TredyffrinHistory.org.

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Nat’l Iron & Steel Museum Digital Exhibits

January 25 - June 30
National Iron & Steel Museum, 50 S 1st Ave
Coatesville, PA
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The museum announces the launch of a new digital archive, an online collection of newsletters of the Lukens Steel Company produced between 1935 and 1989 and volumes of a separate publication called “The Specialist,” produced for employees between 1969 and 1975. 50 S. 1st Ave.,  Coatesville. SteelMuseum.org.

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LancasterHistory Launches Access to Online Collections Database

January 25 - June 30
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Search all of LancasterHistory’s historic collections using one search tool through the website as well as the James Buchanan Presidential Library, which provides online access to the papers of James Buchanan. LancasterHistory.org.

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April 2021

A Virtual Concert from Zonya Love at People’s Light

April 2 - May 2
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Performing her collection of reimagined Negro Spirituals in a filmed concert event, the nationally acclaimed actor-musician leads a full band through evocative new renditions of old songs, illustrating the music’s deep cultural and historical significance. Purchase streaming access for $15. 610-644-3500; PeoplesLight.org.

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Media Virtual Film Festival

April 9 - April 18
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The festival is back this year with a rich, virtual lineup of short films, a “Hometown Watch Party,” virtual discussions, the Media Fright Fest and two Drive-In Movie Nights taking place at Arasapha Farms. For more information, MediaFilmFestival.org.

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“Birthright Citizens” at LancasterHistory.org

April 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Dr. Martha S. Jones will join LancasterHistory virtually to tell the fascinating story of how African American activists radically transformed the terms of citizenship for all Americans. Free. Link to Zoom emailed upon registration. 717- 392-4633. LancasterHistory.org.

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Jenkins Arboretum Virtual Lectures

April 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Rare Finds and Exceptional Specimens: Preserving America’s Finest Native Rhododendrons. 631 Berwyn-Baptist Rd., Devon. 7 to 8:30 pm. Free, reg. req. 610-647-8870; JenkinsArboretum.org.

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West Chester University Presents … An Evening with Henry Winkler

April 17 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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An Evening with Henry Winkler, a virtual conversation where the guest will share his humorous anecdotes and inspirational life lessons. WCUFoundation.org/Events.

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Herb Society’s Annual Herb Sale

April 18 - May 1
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The Philadelphia Unit of The Herb Society of America 82nd Virtual Annual Herb Sale. An online-only event offering culinary and fragrant herbs, salvias and pelargoniums. View plant list beginning April 18. Order plants, April 26–May 1. Pick up, May 13 at Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show Grounds, 1326 Pottstown Pk., Glenmoore. HSAPhiladelphia.org.

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“Blood and Treasure”— Virtual Conversations at Reads & Company Bookshop

April 20
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“Blood and Treasure: Daniel Boone and the Fight for America’s First Frontier,” Bob Drury and Tom Clavin. 234 Bridge St., Phoenixville. 484-920-3695; ReadsAndCompany.com.

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