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“A Revolutionary Lecture Series” at the General Warrren Inne

Our 8th season!  Join us on the Second Monday of each month (September through June) (excluding December) from 6 to 8 PM for A Revolutionary Lecture Series, a dinner and discussion at the General Warren Inne. Dine on specially prepared 18th century cuisine at the tavern which played such a pivotal role at the Battle of Paoli. We also hold a special outdoor musical presentation the last Tuesday in July that you won’t want to miss either!

Upcoming Events:

2018-2019 Lecture Series

John Singleton CopleyMonday, September 10, 2018
Painting Soldiers, Spies and Patriots: John Singleton Copley
presented by Jaan Ingle Troltenier
Did you know that the income which Copley earned by painting in the 1760s was extraordinary for his town and time? It had promoted the son of a needy tobacconist into the local aristocracy.
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British Soldiers - Revolutionary WarMonday, October 8, 2018
Grand Forage 1778: The Battleground Around New York City
presented by Todd W. Braisted
To George Washington, and many others, it appeared the British would evacuate New York City, and the Revolutionary War might be nearing a successful conclusion. Then, on September 23, 1778, six thousand British troops erupted into neighboring Bergen County, New Jersey, followed the next day by three thousand others surging northward into Westchester County, New York.
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Monday, November 12, 2018
Western Maryland and Pennsylvania Troops in Defense of Baltimore in the War of 1812
presented by Christopher T. George
Historian Christopher T. George describes the crucial role played by Pennsylvania and Western Maryland troops in supporting Baltimore militiamen in facing down and dealing a significant blow to the British at the Battle of North Point, on September 12, 1814.
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Our lectures have proved to be very popular and we strongly recommend that you book your seat now by clicking the button below:

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The all inclusive admission price is $49 per person which includes the 18th century American Fare Buffet, all soft beverages and coffee, family style sweets during the question and answer session, all tax and gratuities, a lecture by a noted historian or author, and a donation to help support the Paoli Battlefield Historical Park. Your admission also includes a raffle ticket for a chance to win a night’s stay at the General Warren Inne. There will be one winner drawn at each lecture.

Access to the room begins at 5:45 PM and the buffet commences at 6 PM sharp. The lecture begins promptly at 6:40 PM, followed by Questions and Answers of the presenter.

Take a look at the video below and sample the taste of "A Revolutionary Lecture Series".

We started off with only 5 lectures in our series in 2010, and we have grown over the years to now feature 9 monthly lectures.  Our speaker series if very informative and we have made a lot of friends over the years.  We appreciate your support and we continue to provide one of the best speaker series in the area.  The friendly atmosphere and food second to none, make the historic General Warren Inne in Malvern PA the place to be to learn all there is about the Revolutionary War era.

Thank you for your interest and support. We are looking forward to seeing you and know that you will enjoy another season of top notch lectures while dining on specially recreated 18th Century fare by a Zagat top-rated restaurant. Your support will help preserve our heritage for future generations.

 

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