THE 2ND ANNUAL W3R (WASHINGTON ROCHAMBEAU REVOLUTIONARY ROUTE) NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL” CELEBRATION AND ICE CREAM SOCIAL

Posted August 19th, 2010 at 7:56 am.

Marcus Hook Preservation Society Presents
THE 2ND ANNUAL W3R (WASHINGTON ROCHAMBEAU REVOLUTIONARY ROUTE) NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAIL” CELEBRATION AND ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Saturday, September 4, 1:00–3:00 p.m.
Marcus Hook Community Center, 7 West Delaware Ave, Marcus Hook, PA
Free and open to the public. No reservations required.
www.w3r-us.org
Questions or comments email us at mhps1@hotmail.com

“Living Biographer,” Carl Closs, will portray the 1781 General George Washington, and lecture on the significance of Marcus Hook during the Revolutionary War period. The Encampment of the 6th Maryland Revolutionary War Regiment will be accompanying General Washington in period uniforms.

General Washington will greet his audience at the Historic Marcus Hook Plank House located at 221 Market St. Marcus Hook, PA. Everyone will proceed to Historic St. Martin’s Cemetery to honor all Revolutionary War Soldiers with specific mention of Amor Grubb.

General Washington’s lecture will follow at the Marcus Hook Community Center. During the hours of 10 am‐3pm, the 6th Maryland Rev. Regiment will be encamped on the grounds of the Marcus Hook Community Center. We will conclude the event with an Ice Cream Social.

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