Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Public event in the City of Lake Worth tonight: The Civil War Round Table of Palm Beach County presents:


“The Governor’s Odyssey:
William ‘Extra Billy’ Smith and
the Fall of the Confederacy.”


The “Civil War Round Table” is held in various venues monthly in Palm Beach County and once a year they hold their meeting in the City of Lake Worth. If the history of the Civil War is of interest to you this would also be an excellent opportunity to check out the large public hall at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center as well.

The address and more information about the Scottish Rite is below.

And prior to or after this event tonight you are welcome to stroll the Gray Mockingbird Community Garden which is also located on the grounds of the Scottish Rite:

“Teaching Sustainability
and Resiliency by example.”


Whilst on the topic of LOCAL community news in this City of Lake Worth please consider supporting your LOCAL community newspaper, The Lake Worth Herald. You’ll find out all kinds of stuff to do every week such as about the upcoming Tree Festival, things like BINGO too, clubs, activities, and new art exhibits such as the “Comm{UNITY} Exhibition” at HATCH 1121.

What and where is HATCH 1121? Click on this link to find out, news as reported in The Lake Worth Herald last week.

Now.
Without further ado. . .

Free event tonight. Open to the public. An item from last week’s Lake Worth Herald:

The Civil War Round Table of Palm Beach County’s monthly meeting will be held on Wednesday [tomorrow] at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, 2000 North ‘D’ Street, Lake Worth, 7:00. Speaker will be David Meisky, “The Governor’s Odyssey: William ‘Extra Billy’ Smith and the Fall of the Confederacy.”

For more information contact President Gerridine LaRovere at 561-967-8911. To learn more about the Civil War Round Table of Palm Beach County click on this link. Here is more information:

The Civil War Round Table of Palm Beach County is always looking for interesting speakers.
     We meet year round on the second Wednesday of the month. If you are going to be in our area and have a topic about the Civil War please send an email to Bob@S-I-Inc.com

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