Did you know that Kennett Square was once the junction of two electric trolley routes that enabled residents to travel to other towns, larger cities, and to recreation destinations such as Lenape Park and Brandywine Springs Park?
We’re excited that the Kennett Heritage Center will launch its new history-themed speakers series, “Speaking of History,” on Sunday, April 16th at 3pm in the Kennett Friends Meeting House. Local historian Donald McKay will share more about this unique, albeit short-lived, chapter of Kennett Square history. Click here to find dates and topics for the rest of the series.
Speaking of speakers series, we hope you will RSVP to join us on April 13th for our event with Kennett Community Grocer featuring author and national speaker Jon Gaiman.
Thank you for reading. We wish you a happy and healthy official start to spring this week "Around the Square"!
Daniel Embree, Executive Director
Kelli Prater, Community Engagement Manager
Ros Fenton, Program and KSQ Farmers Market Manager
Tara Smith, Writer and Around the Square Editor
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