*** We are currently closed. Unfortunately we are not able to present programs, host speakers or participate in community events at this time. We will provide an update once the restrictions are relaxed. ***
Society "Matinee" Programs
Beginning in June 2021, we hope to be able to host the following movies and one hour Power Point programs that we have prepared on topics of local cultural and historical interest.
Latrobe Centennial 1954 (a silent movie)
Honoring our Veterans (repeat)
Fourth and Fifth Wards Revisited (new)
Through the Lens of Harry Frye: Part II (new)
Latrobe in 1938 (a silent movie)
Those Fabulous Fifties (an old favorite)
We hope we to be able to participate in our community celebrations in 2021.
Mister Rogers Day
Fourth of July
Lions Club Talks
We hope to be able to host speakers in partnership with the Latrobe Lions Club on a series of health-related programs in 2021. Past or planned topics include:
The latest research and progress on macular degeneration, a debilitating disease that robs so many of our family and friends of their precious eye sight. Lawton Snyder, CEO of the Eye and Ear Foundation will be the guest speaker. The public is invited to come and hear what new things are being discovered. The Latrobe Lions Club has long been one of the leading advocates for eye care programs in the area. They are happy to sponsor this important program. Those attending are welcome to bring old eyeglasses for donation to the Lions Club’s Recycle For Sight Program.
Dr. Oscar L. Lopez, a professor of neurology and psychiatry and director of the University of Pittsburgh’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center will fill in area residents about the latest findings on dementia.
All hosted programs at 416 Weldon Street are free to attend, but we do accept donations.
For events at 416 Weldon Street, parking will be available along Weldon Street on Fridays. Additional parking will be available for evening and Saturday use at the Kelly, Sparber, White & Associates parking lot on the corner of Weldon and Alexandria streets