Interact with courageous people – hear their stories – ask them how they survived. Francis Marion, Clara Barton, Alice Paul, Harriet Tubman & Winston Churchill.
George Washington arrives in February – straight from Colonial Williamsburg. Washington was fearless in battle, but some of his most courageous acts occurred after the battles were over and the creation of a nation began. Ron Carnegie is not to be missed as George Washington.
Then come June, you’ll have a chance to
- “Out-fox” the British with FRANCIS MARION, the elusive “Swamp Fox”
- Join HARRIET TUBMAN on the Combahee River Raid to free the slaves
- Defy danger on the battlefield with humanitarian CLARA BARTON
- Fight for a woman’s right to vote with ALICE PAUL, Iron-Jawed Angel
- Stand with WINSTON CHURCHILL – and “never, never, never give up!“
You’ll laugh – you’ll cry – you’ll have lots of questions. And they’ll be answered. Bring your stories. Share your experiences. Get inspired. Because it’s not just history – it’s personal.
So far we have over 60 events planned for 2018!