Rupp House History Center Hosts Courtyard Chats, June 2019
May 28, 2019
The Rupp House History Center Hosts Courtyard Chats
Visitors to the Rupp House History Center have an opportunity to enjoy a series of free Courtyard Chats throughout the 2019 summer season. The June 2019 programs begin at 6:30 p.m. in the courtyard of the Rupp House, located at 451 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg.
June 2019 Courtyard Chats:
Saturday, June 1 - The George Spangler Farm & Field Hospital: The Gettysburg Foundation’s Spangler Farm Site Coordinator, Paul Semanek will present a prelude to the 2019 summer season of encampments and special programs at the George Spangler farm. Learn why this historic site is a must-see for Gettysburg visitors.
Saturday, June 8 - William Frassanito Book Signings: Reknowned author, William Frassanito will discuss his classic books for Battle of Gettysburg historians, Photography of Gettysburg and A Journey in Time. Frassanito will sign copies, which are also available for purchase in the Rupp House History Center.
Saturday, June 15 - The 72nd Pennsylvania Lawsuit: David McGlaughlin will discuss the court battle on where the monument for the 72nd Pennsylvania would be placed on the Gettysburg battlefield.
Saturday, June 22 - The Early History of Gettysburg: Ken Rich will present how the town of Gettysburg was formed.
Saturday, June 29 - Civil War Roundtables: Roger and Lynn Light-Heller will discuss local Civil War roundtable groups with Q&A. Learn what the roundtable groups do and how to find a group in your area to enjoy historical discussions and sites.
Visit GettysburgFoundation.org for information on tours, events and programs offered by the Gettysburg Foundation.