Historic Langhorne Association

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Preserving Our PAST To enlighten our PRESENT And provide for the FUTURE

 

 

 

2017 Upcoming Events

 

Monday September 25th, 7:30 PM ~ Program by Michael Jesberger ~ Winter Soldiers ~ The story behind Langhorne's role in the American Revolution during the Winter of 1776 and events that led to the Battle Of Trenton.

 
Monday, October 23rd, at 7:30 pm, HLA invites our members, friends and neighbors to join us for something completely different. We’re asking everybody to bring a small artifact that has some historical significance to your family and share a brief story about the item with the audience. It doesn’t have to be a valuable antique, just something meaningful to you that comes with a short story. HLA will provide a few items from our collection of local artifacts as well. If this sounds interesting to you, please send us an email or give us a call and let us know if you’ll be bringing something. Otherwise just come out and listen to everybody else’s stories.
These meetings are open to the public and will be held at HLA’s headquarters in the Anna Mary Williamson Library, 160 W. Maple Ave., Langhorne
. Refreshments will be served and our gift shop will be open . The building is handicapped accessible at the rear entrance. PLEASE JOIN US
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New Langhorne Book Available

Florence Wharton, a member of Historic Langhorne Association and a local historian has written a new book on the history of Attleborough, now known as Langhorne. Be sure to pick up a copy in our gift shop or at Judy’s Corner.

If you would like to order by mail, please make your check payable to Historic Langhorne Association, in the amount of $18.81. This includes postage. All proceeds of this book benefit Historic Langhorne Association.

Click Here For Order Form

 


 

PLEASE NOTE:

The Langhorne Speedway Books are currently out of print and unavailable from our gift shop. If they do become available again in the future, we will post them here.

 

Historic Langhorne Association, 160 W. Maple Ave. Langhorne, Pa.  19047 Phone 215-757-1888