Doylestown History Month - Pt. 4

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The Doylestown Bookshop and The Doylestown Historical Society are partnering up again this March to celebrate Doylestown’s rich history and treasured past with a month full of exciting events. There will be a special event and discussion every Saturday at 2:00 pm during the month of March.

March 2nd
-2 pm-
Discussion with Jesse Crooks, operations manager of the County Theater, on the Poor Relief System and the Bucks County Almshouse. 
March 9th
-2 pm-

Discussion with Tony Palazzolo from the Doylestown Historical Society will discuss the personal library of William Edgar Geil and what his books tell us about the man. Personal libraries are organized and collected through personal interests and areas of concentration. A personal library also reflects the diversity and character, of an individual. 

March 16th
-2 pm-
Discussion with the Stratton and Nelson families on generations of their family's long history as Doylestown residents.
March 23rd
-2 pm-
Story time with local author Nancy Bergere, who will read from her book FOLLOW ROLLO, where the reader is led through Henry Mercer's remarkable castle home with young Henry and his constant companion, a Chesapeake Bay Retriever named Rollo.
March 30th
-2 pm-

Everything you should know about Doylestown, but don’t! Fun facts about the history and buildings of Doylestown with Michael Kendrick, executive board member of the Doylestown Historical Society.

 

This series of events will be held at:

The Doylestown Bookshop
16 S. Main Street Doylestown PA 18901
215-230-7610

www.doylestownbookshop.com/historymonth