Each month between September and May the Society offers educational and entertaining programs that explore the history of Lewes, the surrounding area, Lewes's unique interaction in the national scene and other related and appealing topics. All of these meetings are open to all members, residents and visitors of the Lewes community.
Each presentation begins at 7:30pm at the Lewes Public Library, 111 Adams Avenue (unless otherwise indicated). Each month, a different speaker presents and topics vary. These events are FREE and do not require a reservation.
Friday, October 21
"The Wolfe Cemetery on Pasture Neck, Lewes, Delaware," presented by Dr. Edward Otter
Friday, November 18
"Nanticoke Dance," presented by Nanticoke Indian Association
Friday, January 20
"History of the Lewes Fire Department," presented by Bob Burdick
Friday, February 24
Bus trip to Philadelphia Independence Sea Port Museum: Tides of Freedom: African Presence on the Delaware River
Friday, March 17
"Storm of '62: 55 Years Later," presented by Tony Pratt
Friday, April 21
"Treasures from the Sea: Nautical Archaeology," presented by Dale Clifton
Friday, May 19
A presentation by Denise Clemons.