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  • 2017 Public Program & Open House Schedule


    Join us at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

    across the street from Church School for Programs

    and at the Church School for Open Houses!

    (use the GPS address: 2165 State Route 212, Coopersburg, PA)


    March 19, 2017 -- J.C Woodworking : "J.C. Woodworking is the result of a passion for both history and woodworking. From flooring, siding or a mantle to a complete barn frame, we find the earliest most beautiful and unique materials left from Early America." Mr. Jay Chaikin, co-owner of J.C. Woodworking, LLC, will talk about this passion and some of the unusual and unique artifacts his company discovered while dismantling historic barns and homes. If you own an old barn or historic home, this is not to be missed!

    April -- no program this month but we do have an Open House on April 29, 2017

    May 21, 2017 -- Topic to be announced early in 2017

    July 29, 2017 -- Open House

    September 30, 2017 -- Open House
    (Springfield Township Supervisors recently voted down funding for a 2017 Community Day in favor of a 275th Anniversary Celebration & Community Day in 2018. So, we will not be manning a booth in 2017.)

    October 15, 2017 -- Topic to be announced in 2017

    November 19, 2017 -- Remembering Dr. Ott on the 100th Anniversary of his Death...What do artifacts recovered by Pennsylvania Historical Recovery Services from the former Ott Homestead in Pleasant Valley tell us about the Ott Family and life on the farm?
    Springfield Township Historical Society Board Member Patricia (Pat) Jamann will share the artifacts unearthed during 2015-16 and what they add to the Ott Story.








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