Palatine Heritage Weekend Oct 1-3


PALATINE

HERITAGE WEEKEND

1710-2010

Friday, October 1, 2010

12:36-1:18David Webber and 'Hank' Jones
presentation to 7th and 8th grades  in our band room

1:30-2:15David Webber and 'Hank' Jones
 presentation to the 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classes in the cafetorium.

6:45 -7:00 – Public viewing of student projects in the cafetorium.

7:00 – Public presentation of Palatine history power point by Sue Raab.

           Public presentation of the elementary school play about the Palatines.



 Saturday, October 2, 2010  

Seminar:  Aspects of Palatine History - 

The Palatines In Germantown

at the

Reformed Church, Germantown, New York

9:00-9:30am  Registration

9:30  Welcome and Announcement

10:00-10:45 Professor Philip Otterness,

Historian, author of “Becoming German – The1709 Palatine Migration to New York”

Topic:  "The 1710 Palatine Emigrations"

11:00-11:45 Henry Z. Jones, Genealogist, Author of “The Palatine Families of New York 1710”

Topic:  "How To Trace Your
Emigrant Palatine Ancestor: Some Reflections and Lessons Learned"

11:45-12:45 Lunch Break

12:45-1:30 David Jay Webber, Historian

Topic:  "The Palatines , what they left, what they sought, what they found"

1:45-2:30 Henry Z. Jones

Topic:  "Palatine Genealogy Today: Where We've Been & Where
We're Going."

2:30-3:00 Alice Clark, Palatine DNA Project

3:00 to 4:30 pm Seminar Participants Available to Discuss Genealogy

  Sunday, October 3, 2010

The Christ Lutheran Church in Viewmont is celebrating their 300th Anniversary.

8:00-9:30 Anniversary breakfast, during which a slide show will run

continuously with information on the church's history

      10:00 300th Anniversary Worship service will be held,

using a colonial English liturgy

written in 1748 by Henry Muhlenberg,

one of the "fathers" of colonial American Lutheranism.


 3:00-4:00   Concert at the Reformed church in Germantown

            Original composition by Maestro Harold Farberman

18th century compositions sung by the Germantown Choir, conducted by Donna Diehl

Solos from local artists

More from special guests




 

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