National Museum of Industrial History
MARCH 7 – 8, 2020
The National Museum of Industrial History will kick-off a month-long commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in March with International Women’s Weekend on March 7th and 8th. Women’s Weekend will celebrate the voices and stories of women in industry through a full schedule of youth educational activities, guided tours and exhibit enhancements, live historical reenactments, Girl Scout badge programs, film screenings and lectures.
602 E 2nd St
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Tickets are available at the admission desk inside the museum.
Children (6 and younger): Free
Youth (7 to 17): $9
Veterans/Educators/Seniors (65 and older): $11
Adults (18 to 64): $12
A presentation by Michael Froio, Photographer
Cambria Iron Works
Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society
Philadelphia Chapter Meeting
February 15, 2020
10:30am – Doors open for vendor sales
11:00am – Modelers Meeting
11:30am – Dining Car Opens (food for purchase)…
1:00pm – Chapter Business Meeting
1:30pm – Feature Presentation
Drexel Hill United Methodist Church
600 Burmont Rd, Drexel Hill, PA 19026
Meeting Venue Directions
Complete details available at www.philaprrths.com
Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia
Monday, March 30, 2020 6:00 to 8:00
Archaeologists Douglas Mooney and Jed Levin take us on a trip down Alice’s rabbit hole – digging underneath parking lots, highways, National Park sites, and demolished buildings, they uncover Philadelphia’s hidden past through the fragments of everyday life left by our predecessors. This talk will give an overview of the methods and challenges of urban archaeology and highlight recent findings from sites around the city.
$20 | General Admission
$15 | Alliance Member – sign in first (button in upper right) to automatically receive discount
$10 | College Student*
Free | High School Student*
*Email photo of valid student ID to Caroline Slama firstname.lastname@example.org to receive student discount code.
at the National Park Service Theater
Independence Visitor Center
599 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19106
More programs and information at the following link:
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