WHO: Historian and author Phil James
WHAT: A fascinating, free public lecture with seldom-seen historic photos of Crozet and Western Albemarle.
WHEN: This coming Saturday afternoon, April 13, at 1pm.
WHERE: The Crozet Library. No tickets or reservations required. Seating is limited so please arrive early to get a seat.
The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society will host a free public lecture this Saturday, April 13 at 1pm at the Crozet Library with local historian and author Phil James. This event is entirely free and open to all. No tickets or reservations are required.
Phil James has spent more than four decades researching the history of Crozet, western Albemarle County, and the communities of the Blue Ridge Mountains. He will offer a unique and fascinating slideshow of historic images that he has collected. No one else knows the stories of this region like Phil James!
A native of the area, Phil is the author of SECRETS OF THE BLUE RIDGE (http://www.secretsoftheblueridge.com/. He is a celebrated columnist and much sought-after speaker. The photos he will share in this talk are incredibly rare and rarely seen publicly.
This free lecture is part of the Historical Society’s new Community Speakers Series, which hosts engaging talks about local and regional history throughout Central Virginia each month. You can find more information at our website: cvillecenter.org.