Join us for our 13th Annual Winter Lecture Series.
We have an incredible line up of Interpreters, Authors, and Speakers.
The lectures take place at Lucy Corr Village Community Hall, 6800 Lucy Corr Blvd.
Details: Karen Sadler, 796-7156.
Chesterfield Historical Members are Free,
Non-Members Fee is $5.00. Cash or checks will be accepted at the door.
January 17th, Friday, at 7 pm.
PRIDE AND HONOR; CODE DUELLO AND THE EARLY LAW ENFORCEMENT:
Russ Lescault, former Police Officer and Historian
January 31st, Friday, at 7 pm.
A TURN OF THE CENTURY:
Lamar Banister, Educator, Living History Interpreter and Historian
February 14th, Friday, at 7 pm.
MINORITIES IN CONFEDERATE MILITARY:
Theresa Roane, Historian and Archivist
February 28th, Friday, at 7 pm.
FIRST-PERSON PORTRAYAL OF ELIZABETH KECKLEY, DRESSMAKER TO MARY TODD LINCOLN:
Charmaine Crowell-White, Living History Interpreter
March 13th, Friday, at 7 pm.
A STRANGE SORT OF WARFARE UNDERGROUND:
Julia Steel, Historical archaeologist with the Petersburg National Historical Park.
March 27nd, Friday, at 7 pm.
REVOLUTIONARY WAR BATTLE IN CHESTERFIELD:
John Pagano, historical Interpreter and Military Historian