SPRING MEETING - JUNE 6, 2021 - DETAILS BELOW!!
The Blooming Grove Historical Society and Cemetery Association is pleased to announce that we are welcoming Tom “Tank” Baird to discuss Native American’s in Lycoming County on June 6 at 2 p.m. The event will be held outside, under a tent, so please bring a chair to use.
“Tank’ is the current president of North Central Chapter 8 of the Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology (NCC8). He has worked with NCC8 as an avocational archaeologist since 2005, serving as the field director at the Fisher site, Snyder site and the Glunk site, all located in Lycoming County.
He travels to prehistoric and historic sites in the Northeast and Midwest to organize artifact identification programs and presentations on Native American cultures.
“Tank” is also the founder and president of the annual 9-11 Memorial Ride drawing as many as 10,000 motorcycle riders.
Please join us for an enjoyable day—and if you have native American Artifacts—Tank has agreed to discuss them as well.
The museum is located at 328 Dunkard Church Road, Cogan Station.
We are pleased to announce that the museum will be reopening our regular hours starting June 6111 We have missed you all and are looking forward to seeing you all again soon.
We will be showcasing our Native American collection.
397 Dunkard Church Road, Cogan Station, PA 1728
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