The Summer Lecture Series held at the Godfrey Miller Historic Home and Fellowship Hall is returning for 2015! This year’s lectures are based on centennial reflections on World War I. The four-part series will include talks on the war in general as well as Winchester’s specific history during the time.
Each talk begins at 7pm at the Godfrey Miller Home, located at 28 South Loudoun Street. Tickets for the lectures are $10 per night or $35 for the entire series. The Summer Lecture Series benefits the Godfrey Miller Historic Home and Fellowship Hall.
- Tuesday, July 14: “World War I… The Whys and Hows” – Lecturer: Curtis F. Morgan, Jr.
- Thursday, July 16: “Winchester’s German Community During WWI” – Lecturer: Gene Schultz.
- Tuesday, July 21: “WWI and the Poet” – Lecturer: Robert G. Lesman.
- Thurday, July 23: “Popular and Classical Music of the WWI Era” – Lecturer: Daniel Hanneman.