Lincoln Bicentennial Talk at Village Learning Place in Baltimore

Commemorate the bicentennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln.  Jeffrey, Larry, Preservation Manager at President Lincoln’s Cottage will discuss Lincoln’s life while residing at the Cottage during the summer and fall of 1862-4.  Larry will also discuss the rich architectural history of the Cottage, located on the grounds of the “Soldiers’ Home”  (now known as the Armed Forces Retirement Home) in northwest Washington, D.C.

Program Details:

Wednesday, February 11, 2009, 7:00pm-9:00pm
2521 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

“2nd Wednesdays at the VLP” is a free monthly series of talks, concerts, and special events held in the historic Village Learning Place.  For more information, call 410-235-2210.

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One response to “Lincoln Bicentennial Talk at Village Learning Place in Baltimore

  1. I’m excited about your blog’s celebration of President Abraham Lincoln, one of the greatest president’s in our nation’s history! We help get children engaged and excited to learn about Lincoln’s life and legacy. Check out our unique approach, including our kid-friendly titles like He Let His Whiskers Grow—Abraham Lincoln Storybook and The Man in the Stovepipe Hat—Abraham Lincoln Coloring Book. We have gotten great feedback from teachers about our Lincoln classroom set. In fact, based on direct feedback from teachers about effective classroom products, Educational Dealer Magazine is featuring Gallopade’s Lincoln classroom set in its February/March issue. As you continue to blog about Lincoln’s 200th, keep us in mind. http://www.galllopade.com
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