*TUESDAY, SEPT. 8: GOING, GOING, GONE!
Paperboys, shoe shine stands, telephone booths, home delivery of milk—a look at some once-common items and services that have disappeared over the years.
*TUESDAY, OCT. 13: 1972: That Centennial Year.
A retrospective of Lansdale’s Centennial celebration, a time that was packed with parades, plays, dances, tours and plenty of chin whiskers.
*TUESDAY, DEC. 8: STAYING POWER: Businesses that Stood the Test of Time.
Through good economic times and bad, some local businesses served generations of area residents.
*TUESDAY, JAN. 12: AMUSEMENT PARKS.
Big or small, these entertainment meccas provided a lifetime of memories.
*TUESDAY, MARCH 9: FIREFIGHTERS: Volunteers Who Answered the Call.
THURSDAY, MARCH 18: A second presentation at the Towamencin Fire House.
The history of fire protection in the North Penn Valley.
TUESDAY, APRIL 13: THE ANNUAL BANQUET
This will once again be held at the Wm Penn Inn highlighted by the presentation of the Sixth Annual Edwin G. Holl Historic Achievement Award.
*TUESDAY, MAY 11: MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP: Community Crossroads.
The third in our annual series featuring the municipalities that surround Lansdale.
DATE TO BE DETERMINED: THE PHOTOGRAPHIC WORLD OF ROBERT LINDEN.
The Society pays tribute to Bob Linden – railroad conductor, historian, and community icon – with a show featuring some of the many photo images he captured over more than half a century.
*These programs will be held at the Lansdale Parks and Recreation Building, Seventh St. and Lansdale Ave., beginning at 7:30 pm. No admission charge; donations are greatly appreciated.