Looking for fun activities this summer? We've got you covered!
Charlie Chaplin's Red Letter Days at the Slippery Rock Community Library - July 13
Charlie Chaplin was a wonderful comedian whose movies and skits continue to entertain us today. Come join the library and SRU as we welcome Dan Kamin, Charlie Chaplin expert and annotator of Fred Goodwin's book Charlie Chaplin's Red Letter Days.
This event is free and open to the public. Learn more here.
Open Hearth Cooking Class at the Old Stone House - July 15
Prepare and enjoy the foods of the patriots, using their recipes and the hearth of the Old Stone House.
The Stone House historic cooking programs allow visitors to learn more about local history, while also learning the role of food and cooking in our rich past. Visitors enjoy a hands-on, interactive history education while sampling delicious dishes from long ago! Register here.
Kids History Fun Days - July 24-26
Just a few days left to register for our Kids History Fun Days, coming up July 24-26!
Historical games, crafts, and colonial cooking experiences will give kids a hands-on encounter with the past - sign up today! Learn more here.
Want to hold a community event in collaboration with the Center for Public Humanities? Let us know!