Lunchtime History Films: The Pattons of Hamilton

By June 15, 2021 Events

Contacting our Office Via Phone or Email is STRONGLY SUGGESTED to reserve a seat. Seating is limited due to Covid-19 Precautions. Thank you!

Tuesday, Noon – 1pm
Tapley Memorial Hall 13 Page Street, Danvers MA.
Free Admission. Donations appreciated. Bring your lunch!
Danvers Historical Society: 978-777-1666 or E-mail to dhs@danvershistory.org

Face Masks are Required.

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

Upcoming Films:

Jun 8  The Rex Trailer Story: a look at Rex Trailers impact on people in this area, his work on TV as we knew him.

Jun 15 The Pattons of Hamilton: a look at the two famous military Generals who lived in this area and their careers/contributions to society

Jun 21  A History of Swing Music: The brief history and films of the Swing Music we all love.

Jun 29  Story of Danvers State Hospital: reviewing the Past of this local mental Institution

Jul 6   Three Disasters: Salem Fire, Molasses tragedy/Coconut Grove Fire: a film that looks back at the famous Great Fire of Salem, 1914, The Molasses Tragedy, and the Coconut Grove Fire.

Jul 13   Civil War Life (North Shore re-enactors): locally filmed re-enactors tell what life and medicine was all about during the Civil War conflict

Jul 29   History of Logging in Maine: a look at what it was like to be a Maine Logger, some historic perspectives and films of old

Jul 27   History of the One Room School: reviews the styles, use, and teaching that captivated youngsters attending our earliest schools

Aug 3   History of Topsfield Fair: a look back at the Fair, its beginnings, development, and events that captivate thousands each year.