The Historic Hopewell Foundation’s Lunch & Learn program is a unique opportunity to engage with the rich history and culture of the Hopewell community. This program offers a variety of events throughout the year, featuring talks by expert historians, archaeologists, and cultural leaders, as well as tours of historic sites and exhibits. Whether you’re a lifelong resident of Hopewell or a visitor interested in learning more about the area’s fascinating past, the Lunch & Learn program provides an informative and engaging experience. Join us for a journey through time as we explore the people, places, and events that have shaped Hopewell’s unique identity.
Randolph Watkins will be speaking on “Hey Yank! Yah want some fresh beed?” The Great Beefsteak Raid of September 1864.
All Lunch & Learns are from 12 – 1 pm and are free and open to the public. They are hosted at the American Legion Post 146 in Hopewell. Bring a bag lunch or order food from the American Legion. Drink & dessert provided.