Revolutionary War Encampment – 10:30am – 2:00pm at Lakefront Park
Colonial Food Samples – Food samples will be available will be available in the lobby of the library until they’re gone. Samples will include molasses graham bread, Jefferson’s meringues, and pear marmalade.
Family Crafts – all day – upstairs
Trivia Contest and Prizes – all day – upstairs
All Ages Colonial Cooking Program – 11:00am – 12:00pm – We will be cooking Pennsylvania Dutch apple dumplings, an apple wrapped in pastry covered in a syrup. While we wait for those to bake, we’ll whip up some johnnycakes,a cornmeal pancake from colonial times. Register below
Hamilton in History Presentation – 12:30 – 1:30pm – A discussion of Alexander Hamilton and his role as history sees it. This will focus on the role of honor in the first decade of the nation’s history. The title is “Hamilton’s Shot and Honor” The talk explores Hamilton’s areas of influence on early American politics and his personality. Honor was important in the early years of the nation. Hamilton guarded his honor with same fervor he saved his shot. How did his views of honor and his legacy affect his life in politics and American life. Room 219
Hamilton Soundtrack Sing-along – 2:00 – 3:00pm – Lakefront Park