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Upcoming Events

Membership Meeting

2023:

The annual membership meeting will be held Saturday January 21, 2023 at the society headquarters 416 Weldon Street. Doors open at 9:30. The meeting will start at 10:00.

Following a brief business session, a program will be presented by Father Maximilian Maxwell, O. S. B., the director of campus ministry at Saint Vincent College. The program will feature images of the devastating fire that destroyed some of the oldest buildings at St. Vincent sixty years ago this month. He will also explain how the college and monastery literally rose from the ashes as they rebuilt and expanded in the ensuing decades.

The meeting is open to historical society members only. Refreshments will be served following the program. As always, new members are welcome if they wish to join that morning.

 

St. Vincent fire (Latrobe Bulletin aerial photo).jpg

Society "Matinee" Programs

2022:

We were pleased this past year to be able to present the following one hour Power Point programs that we have prepared on topics of local cultural and historical interest.  Doors will open at 9 AM, presentation starts at 9:30.  Refreshments provided. Admission free to the public. Please join us if you can.

  • June 10-11: Latrobe: Mr. Rogers First Neighborhood

This is a new program focusing on the people, places, and events in Mr. Rogers neighborhood.

  • July 8-9: First Ward Revisited

  • August 12-13:  Second &Third Wards Revisited

  • September 9-10: Fourth & Fifth Wards Revisited

  • October 7-8: Sixth Ward Revisited

  • November 4-5: Home Front: Latrobe in WW II

 

2023:

Programs for next year are still being produced and will include some new, and we hope some guest speakers.


 

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

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