Calling all Scot-o-philes! Curious about Robert Burns, Scotland’s beloved national poet? Robert F. Lackey explores Robert Burns the man, the poet, and why he matters so much, even today, to Scots and people worldwide. A fun and wide-ranging talk.
Jacqueline Simmons Hedberg, author of Slaves, Plantations and Freedom on Maryland's Eastern Shore, tells the story of 6 African Americans, both free and enslaved, that were vital to the economy of the Eastern Shore of Maryland and their stories of courage, cruelty, and hope. Refreshments and book signing to follow.
Retired educator and Havre de Grace resident Christopher Providence will read from a selection of beautifully-illustrated children's books, sharing engaging, stirring, moving, and inspiring stories of Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. Appropriate for elementary and middle school students
Join Harford County Historical Society Director, Maryanna Skowronski, for her talk on early horse racing in Maryland featuring vintage home movies that include 'The Graw' and historic scenes of old Havre de Grace