Join us at 2:00pm on the second Sunday of the months of September through April for interactive lectures, musical performances, and historical reenactments. These events are designed for adults, but all ages are welcome! Visit our events calendar to learn more about each performer and register to receive reminders about upcoming performances: https://florhamparklib.org/events/
Here is the lineup:
- September 12: Around the World with the Synergismus Duo – Classical and traditional music for violin and cello with stories and history to accompany the pieces.
- October 10: Coming to America: The Great Waves! – An interactive lecture on immigration in the U.S. presented by local historian Walter Choroszewski
- November 14: Cowboys and Cowtowns of the Old West – Encounter stories of the Old West and listen to music from that era with American history expert Rick Feingold
- December 12: Get into the spirit of the season with holiday classics from the 5-piece Florian Schantz Jazz Combo!
- January 9: American History Theater Presents: William Livingston – Enjoy a reenactment and interpretation of the events from the life of a local historical figure,
- February 13: The Harlem Renaissance: Grace, Courage, Vision – Art Historian Janet Mandel will present an interactive lecture on the art of this fascinating historical period.
- March 13: Rhonda Denet Sings: Sirens and Superstars – A “herstory” showcase that celebrates female contributions to American music from the 1930s through the 1990s.
- April 10: Catmoondaddy – Alluring vocal harmonies and distinctive instrumentation delight you and get you rocking and rolling!