Virtual Program: Wednesday, June 3 at 6:00 pm.
Presented by Steve Anderson.
Register online to attend this virtual program by Zoom link, which will be sent on June 2 after you have registered.
More than 150 years before “social distancing,” the people of Gettysburg knew what it was like to be trapped in their homes, afraid to go out, not knowing how long it might last. How did they get through it? How would you respond in their place? And what can we learn from their experience? Join us as we explore the stories of ordinary people, in extraordinary circumstances.
Steve Anderson is an actor, storyteller, and living history interpreter. After 18 years as a tour guide in Gettysburg, he tours year-round to libraries, theatres, historical societies, and special events all over Pennsylvania and beyond, performing original one-man shows and telling true stories of American history. (You know, when he’s not trapped in his house by a global pandemic.) To learn more, please visit www.GreatTalesLive.com.