Don’t forget to mark your calendars for this fall’s line-up of speakers. All meetings are held at St John’s UCC, Red Lion, at 7:00. Usually meetings are held on the fourth Thursday but in November, we hold our meeting on the third Thursday. We’re looking forward to seeing you all after the summer break. Stop back again to see the complete list of speakers.
The Red Lion Area Historical Society will hold its
regular monthly meeting on January 24, 2019. The speaker will be Mr. Terry Bluett. His presentation is
titled Quest for Freedom. Forgotten
Heroes in York County.
The meeting will be held at St John’s UCC, 161 North
Main Street, Red Lion, at 7:00 pm. Entrance is off the parking lot behind the
church. All meetings are free and open to the public. The meeting will be
canceled if Red Lion schools are canceled or dismissed early that day.
The Red Lion Area Historical Society will hold their final presentation of 2018 on Thursday, November 15, at 7:00 pm. The featured speaker will be Society member, Tom Brenner. Tom’s presentation will discuss the Miller Brothers and how they helped shape early Red Lion. He will give a brief history of the Miller family beginning from the 1780s. Tom will tell us about three Miller brothers, William H., Jacob A., and David A., who moved into Red Lion in the early 1880s. They had an impact on the early development along East Broadway, on well-known town landmarks, and on early town organizations and elected offices.
The meeting is free and open to the public at St John’s UCC, 161, North Main Street, Red Lion, PA. There is abundant parking at the rear of the church. If Red Lion Area Schools are canceled, the meeting will be canceled too. For more information, please call Robin Miller, 717-244-1912.
The Red Lion Train Station Model Railroaders are holding a TCA and Public Open House of their 3-rail O Gauge and N Gauge model railroad layouts located in the historic Maryland & Pennsylvania Railroad’s Red Lion Train Station at 73 N. Main St. (Route 24, one block north of center square) Red Lion, PA 17356.
Admission is FREE, but donations are greatly appreciated.
DIRECTIONS TO THE STATION:
From the intersection of Routes 30 and 83 in York, PA: Proceed 3 miles East on Route 30 to the Mt. Zion Road / Route 24 interchange, exit and turn right at the traffic light onto Mt Zion Road / Route 24 South. Proceed 6 ½ miles on Route 24 S to Red Lion. The train station is located on your left just past the signal light at High St. Look for the “OPEN” flag and sign, and red caboose.
Please join us on May 24, 2018, for a tour of the Red Lion Train Station Museum. Instead of our usual speaker, docents will direct visitors on a tour of the Museum. Since consolidating all artifacts from the Center Square Museum, the Station Museum has undergone remarkable changes. Items that had never been displayed in the past, are now on view.
The meeting will begin at 7:00, at 73 North Main Street, Red Lion. Parking is at the metered spots (no charge) and beside the Station. For more information, call the RLAHS at 717-244-1912. Meetings are free and open to the public; membership is not a requirement to attend.