2016 Thomas Massey House/Marple Historical Society Schedule:
Jan. 31st - Marple Historical Member & Guest Social at the 1696 Thomas Massey house from 1 to 5
Feb. 13th - Colonial Dinner / 5 P.M. / Enjoy a seasonal colonial style meal served by costumed servers.
Feb. 23rd – lecture / 7:30 / Historian Arch Hunter / George Washington
Mar. 19th – Cooking Class / A late winter early spring meal by Clarissa Dillon/reservations 610-642-4269
Mar. 22nd – Lecture / Angela Hewitt / The Thomas Leiper House
April 23rd – Cooking Class / Clarissa Dillon/reservations 610-642-4269
April 24th – Sunday afternoon tours begin / 1 to 4
May 21st – Cooking class/ a mid-spring meal by Clarissa Dillon/reservations 610-642-6269
May 24th - Marple Historical Society Preservation and Scholarship awards Dinner / 6:30 / 1696 Thomas Massey House
Jun. 4th - Members picnic / Minshall House & Thomas Leiper House
July 23rd – Marple Community Band & Ice Cream Social
Sept. 24th – Colonial dinner / 5 P.M. / colonial hearth cooked dinner
Sept. 27th – Lecture / 7:30 / Dr William Watson / The Ghosts of Duffy's Cut
Oct. 15th - Harvest Day Festival / colonial crafts and activities demonstrated between 10 A.M. and 4 P.M.
Oct. 25th – Lecture / 7:30 / Rich Paul / Where Pennsylvania Began: Pa. Delaware County's Contribution to American Society & Culture
Nov. 12th - Colonial Dinner 5 P.M. / a harvest festival dinner
Nov. 22nd – Newtown Garden Club luncheon & Christmas Decoration Setup
Nov. 24th - Frost Bite Run / 8 A.M. to 11 A.M. / The Historical Car Club of Pa. Rally
Dec. 3rd – Christmas open house / 1 to 5 / Massey house decorated for the Holidays by the Women's Club
Presentations will be held at the Marple Christian Church next door to the Thomas Massey House. All other activities will be held at the 1696 Thomas Massey House.
Dinner reservations must be made at least 1 month in advance with a $10.00 non-refundable deposit.
Reservations can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 610-353-3644.
For more information go to www.thomasmasseyhouse.org or call 610-353-4967