Join us in the dark days of 1755, at the outbreak of the French and Indian war. The citizens of Easton consider abandoning their defenseless town, while William Parsons sends desperate messages to the Governor and Benjamin Franklin for help. Experience the unique, true, and seldom documented events that saved Easton on December 22, 1755. It will surprise you.
For tickets call the Sigal Museum at 610.253.1222
OUR GOAL IS TO TAKE YOU BACK IN TIME.
Everyone you encounter during the experience is a volunteer with the Sigal Museum / Northampton County Genealogical Society. The proceeds of the evening go to NCGHS which maintains the 1753 Bachmann Tavern, Easton's oldest building.
The colonial style meal has been pre-selected by the caterer, although vegetarian needs can be accommodated with advance notice at time of ticket purchase.
We make a real effort to provide a period experience, down to the plates and mugs, which are also donations. The emphasis is on recreating and experiencing history, as it was here in Easton in the 1700's.