SPECIAL thanks to the staff of the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia for inviting me to come do some interpretive programming several times this summer! They were extremely helpful and it was refreshing to see how much they love what they do. I had some great conversations with visitors from all over, even including a few from Germany.
It was evident that a lot of work has gone into the museum and they knocked it out of the park. Definitely a must see for any American Revolution enthusiast! Check it out at https://www.amrevmuseum.org/.
BB&G Charities Educational Program
T WAS a pleasure to be able to help support BB&G Charities in their efforts to present great opportunities for youth in Western New York. They were a great group to work with. Make sure to pay them a visit at www.bbgcharity.org.
Occupied Philadelphia Event
N OCTOBER 14 and 15th 2017 I had the privilege of traveling down to the Museum of the American Revolution again for their Occupied Philadelphia Event. We portrayed various events that unfolded as the British occupied the capital city in the fall of 1777. As the museum was looking for some civilian portrayals I demonstrated the process of making an eighteenth-century window (called a sash) with hand tools!
Odosagih Bible Conference & Retreat Center
HAD a great opportunity to do an expanded version of my Miracles that Made America program at a retreat at Odosagih Camp with over twenty churches represented. It was a good time and the audience was great! Visit them online at www.odosagih.org.
National Day of Prayer
IT WAS a privilege to get to be a guest speaker for a National Day of Prayer gathering at Christian Faith Chapel!
Ransomville Rural Retirees
THANKS to Ransomville Rural Retirees group for inviting me to speak at one of their meetings at the Ransomville Fire Hall! I had the chance to do my "Leg of Nothing and No Turnips" presentation, highlighting the difficulties of being a soldier in the Continental Army at the time of the American Revolution.