2022 Summer Lecture Series 10-30-22

The Hancock County Museum, at 1008 Ridge Ave., New Cumberland, WV, will present the last in its 2022 Summer Lecture Series on Sunday, October 30th at 2:00. The “lectures” will, in the Halloween spirit, be very spooky tales told by Paul Zuros and Fred Miller, both of whom entertained us with their local scary stories at last year’s Halloween special lecture. As always, the lecture is free and open to the public (although I’ll be passing the witch’s hat for donations), and Halloween favorite beverages and sweets will be served in the kitchen after the presentations. Tours are available both before and after the lectures (aka tall tales).

As Doris Cameron, our secretary, so eloquently wrote in our minutes, “ The Hancock County Museum Commission meeting of October 2022 confirmed plans for a great Halloween gala as their final lecture of the season on October 30th at 2:00 pm on Sunday afternoon at the museum. The decorations are plentiful and spooky stories and eerie tales will be shared by Fred Miller and P.J. Zuros to entertain and get your blood flowing! Of course the afternoon will include some delightfully light refreshments. So bring your friends and enjoy the day.

A lengthy discussion was heard concerning our annual Christmas Open House party in early December. We are anxious to share this holiday event but we are in great need of volunteers to help put up decorations and participate in singing with the Victorian Carolers. Will you help?? Call the museum or any member to sign up.”

Please call after our Nov. 2nd meeting so that we can give you a date for decorating.

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