On Monday October 17, 2011, Union County College will hold its annual Founders Day celebration at its Cranford, New Jersey, campus. This year's theme is "Three Founding Fathers Visit Union County College." We invite you to be with us for any or all of our program (see below). The featured speaker will be historian Thomas Fleming who will give the annual Kenneth C. Mackay Founders Day Lecture on the subject "George Washington: A Forgotten Great President." The lecture will begin at 7pm and take place in the Roy Smith Theater on Union County College's Cranford campus.
10:15am -- Roy Smith Theater (Cranford Campus)
"A Conversation with John Adams"
Noted re-enactor Sam Goodyear will perform his "Man from Massachusetts," which recreates the scene at Peacefield on July 4, 1826, when well-wishers visited John Adams to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.
Historical Exhibit: "Alexander Hamilton and the Making of Modern America"
This exibit will be on display throughout October in the UCC Commons and in the Mackay Library on the Cranford Campus.
7pm -- Roy Smith Theater (Cranford Campus)
Annual Kenneth C. MacKay Founders Day Lecture
"George Washington: A Forgotten Great President"
Historian Thomas Fleming will present Union County College's annual Kenneth C. MacKay Founders Day Lecture
The lecture will be preceded at 6:45pm by American music played on the UCC organ.
All events are open to the public free of charge.
For more information please contact the chairperson of the Economics, Government, and History Department Dr. Phillip Papas at email@example.com or the EGH Department secretary Ms. Loren Ventrice at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Phillip Papas
Associate Professor of History
Chair, EGH Department
Union County College
908-497-4276 or 908-709-7579 Email: email@example.com
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