Historic Hopewell Foundation’s
Lunch & Lecture Series 2015
All programs start at noon and are free and open to the public
Programs are held at the ARLS Hopewell Library from 12:00 to 1:00pm
Bring a bag lunch and HHF will supply drink and dessert!
For more information please contact HHF at 804-458-4682 or www.historichopewell.org
*Please note that the opinions expressed by the presenters do not necessarily reflect those of HHF
May 20 – Jean Langford: The Wild Blue Yonder: The Story of the Hopewell Airport
May 27 – George Fickett: The History of Civil War Site Preservation in Chesterfield County, Virginia 1888-2015
June 3 – Bill Young: Wanted: Dead or Alive–John P. Boone, U.S. Army (costumed interpreter)
June 10 – Chris Durham: Turning a Boxwood Shrub into a Topiary Plant
June 17 – Chip Mann: The Influence of the British Monarchy on the Commonwealth of Virginia
June 24th – Pat Hamrick: Rolling Thunder, Inc. –Vietnam Vets
July 1 – Paula McDonough: Dolly Madison: Her Life and Legacy (costumed interpreter)
July 8 – Charles Wissinger: Frances Scott Key (costumed interpreter)
July 15 – Barclay DuPriest: Peter Francisco–After the Revolutionary War
July 22 – Chris Calkins: The Final Bloodshed: The Battles at Appomattox, April 8-9, 1865
July 29 – Mike Schoenenberger: Reminiscences of a Historian
August 5 – Johnny Jones: Music from Hank Williams to Bob Dylan, etc.
August 12 – Marie Pearson: New Bohemia, Virginia
August 19 – Richard Cordle: Do You Know Your Local Tax Collector?
August 26 – Jon Hatfield: The Virginia War Memorial, 60 Years
September 2 – Jean Langford: Two Brothers and a Dream: Celebrating the 100th Year of Hospital Care in Hopewell
September 9 – Ed Hatch: An Artist at Work: A Demo in Oil