Lunch Time History Films

By March 11, 2024 Events

March 11, Monday Lunchtime History Films, bring your lunch!

A casual discussion and 20-30 minute film. Presented by Heritage Films, Dan Tremblay, volunteer and member of DHS.

2024 Film Topics:

Mar 11, History of Gloucester Adventure Fishing Schooner, film history of the famed fisher which carried hardy fishermen to sea for years catching tons of bounty from our sea.

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Apr 8, History of Local Rev. War Militias focusing on Danvers Alarm List Co.

 

 

May 13, Local Folklore Tales and their significance to our heritage in Essex County.

Jun 10, The History and Local Events presented by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. A featured attraction at Topsfield fair for years.

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July 8, A History of Pioneer Village in Salem, for years a major historical attraction for those wishing to experience early 1620’s Puritan lifestyle.

 

 

Aug 19, The Story of Howard Blackburn of Gloucester who survived an ill-fated fishing expedition off Newfoundland.

Sept 16, Revere Beach, We Remember our Experiences there. Come share yours.

Oct 14, Ghost Stories of New England-more tales of the un-explained. Come and share yours also.

Please support the Series and Tapley Hall by becoming a member here.

2nd Monday every month, Noon – 1pm
Tapley Memorial Hall 13 Page Street, Danvers MA.
Free Admission. Donations appreciated. Bring your lunch!
We are proud to participate in Mass Cultural Council’s Card to Culture program.

Danvers Historical Society: 978-777-1666 or E-mail to dhs@danvershistory.org