Sunday, June 18
“Delaware and the Era of World War I: Service Suffrage, and Swing Dance,” will take place at a variety of downtown Lewes locations. Step back in time with musical entertainment, first-person theatrical performances, and numerous education activities for the whole family. Fees may be charged for daytime programs Tuesday-Thursday.
Educational and entertaining! History comes alive!
For more information, call 302-645-1148.
Sunday, June 18, Zwaanendael Park: 102 Kings Hwy, Lewes
12:00-- Bill Manthorpe—USS Delaware
1:15-- Ann Horsey—USS Delaware silver collection
2:30—Dick Carter—John G. Townsend Jr.
3:45— Gavin Malone--“Over There”: World War I and the Victor Talking Machine Company
7:15—Edwin Fountain—WW I Commission
Monday, June 19, Zwaanendael Park: 102 Kings Hwy, Lewes
12:00--Kennard Wiggins—Delaware in WWI
2:30—Mike Rasmussen—Painted Stave Distillery--prohibition
3:45—Frank Aucella—Woodrow Wilson Home
6:00—Possum Point Players Radio Theater Company—old fashioned radio show (Burns and Allen)
7:15—American Historical Theatre (AHT)—Woodrow Wilson
Wednesday, June 21, Lewes Historical Society: 110 Shipcarpenter Street, Lewes
12:00— Lucas Clawson—DuPont and WWI
1:15—Frank Silcott—59th Pioneer Infantry
2:30—Bill Manthorpe—"Defending Delaware Bay in WW I"
3:45—Steven Jones—Ebony Doughboys
6:00—Don and Delores Blakey—jazz and dance
7:15—AHT—Sgt. Henry Johnson
Thursday, June 22, Lewes Historical Society: 110 Shipcarpenter Street, Lewes
12:00—Mike Rawl—Anacostia Flats
2:30—Andrew Lyter--WWI Bag Pipers
3:45—Lucas Clawson-- Delaware National Guard and its time on the US / Mexican border in 1916-17
6:00—Frank Nanna WW Tunes
7:15—AHT—Carrie Chapman Catt