The Historical Society of Haddonfield will be presenting a three-part virtual seminar series this summer entitled “Haddonfield 101.”
Taught by Historical Society board member Doug Rauschenberger, co-author of Lost Haddonfield and one of the Borough’s official Co-Historians, the series will provide an overview of our community’s history from the seventeenth century to today.
The series will take place on three Tuesday evenings via Zoom: July 13, July 27, and August 10 at 7:00 pm. Each lecture will focus on a different topic, and you are welcome to join us for one, two, or all three evenings! Tickets for members are available at $15 per lecture or $40 for all three. The price for non-members is $20 per lecture or $55 for all three. All proceeds benefit the Historical Society of Haddonfield. You can purchase your tickets via Eventbrite.
The series will explore Haddonfield’s history in three parts:
Tuesday July 13 – Part One: “The Birth and Building of a Quaker Community in the New World”
Tuesday July 27 – Part Two: “A Very Pleasant Town: From Quaker Village to Growing Suburb”
Tuesday August 10 – Part Three: “Haddonfield from the Twentieth Century to the Present”
We hope you’ll join us for this deep dive into our community’s past. Buy your tickets on Eventbrite today.
Questions? Contact us at 856-429-7375 or [email protected].