Aston in Bloom….from feeding the family to feeding the soul!
Spring has come to Aston! And Aston Township Historical Society welcomes the extremely popular historian, Nancy Webster, to their May 14Th meeting to speak on “Aston in Bloom….from feeding the family to feeding the soul!”
Ms. Webster will speak about Colonial gardens “for meat and medicine” to early-mid 19th century ornamental gardens on the farm, plus touching on arbortea efforts. She will also regal us on the differences between Colonial and Colonial Revival interpretations of the past. As always, there will be time for questions and answers following Ms. Webster’s talk.
The doors open at 6:30pm and the event begins at 7pm at the Aston Township Municipal Building, rear entrance. The building is located just south of 5 Points, next to TD Bank in Aston on Pennell Road aka Route 452.
This event is free and open to the public. Donations are welcome. ATHS offers many engaging volunteer opportunities.
Aston Township Historical Society can also provide a home for your unwanted artifacts and old pictures. Copies of old pictures are much appreciated, too!
As a courtesy reminder, it is ATHS membership renewal time.
Please join ATHS and Nancy Webster for an enjoyable and fascinating evening!