Third Thursday at The Lodge
A tradition from the very beginning, Third Thursday events offer an eclectic variety of entertaining and educational presentations. Local celebrities, musicians, area historians, authors, artists, vintners and a host of other accomplished professionals make up the list of speakers. You’ll want to invite your friends and family to join in the fun.
The American Chestnut: The Tree That Made America
This month The Lodge welcomes Warren Laws, a representative of the American Chestnut Foundation, presenting The American Chestnut: The Tree That Made America. Warren will be discussing the significant impact of The American Chestnut Tree on our country, and how over 100 years ago it almost became extinct due to an imported fungus. He’ll tell us why this tree was so valuable to America and about the current efforts to restore it to its native habitat. This presentation will surely be a most interesting and educational experience for us all. Make your plans today. RSVP to 434-823-9100 or email@example.com. Seating is limited.
Kennedy and Vietnam
This month The Lodge is proud to bring you Kennedy and Vietnam presented by Marc Selverstone, Associate Professor and Chair of the Presidential Recordings Program at University of Virginia’s Miller Center. Marc will be playing and discussing actual recordings of President Kennedy, as he talks about Vietnam and struggles with important decisions that helped shape policy for several administrations to come. Be sure and join us for this rare and fascinating opportunity to get behind the scenes of history as it unfolds. Make your plans today. RSVP to 434-823-9100 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Seating is limited.