Halloween Lecture and Lager: Medical History on Tap
LANCASTER, PA: On October 23, 2021, the Lancaster Medical Heritage Museum will be holding it's first fundraising event. Halloween Lecture and Lager: Medical History on Tap will be held at 551 West Lancaster, located at 551 West King Street, Lancaster, PA 17601. Millersville University Professor of History Dr. Erin Shelor will be discussing "Grave Robbing and the Study of Anatomy in Early 19th Century Britain". Along with the lecture, guests are encouraged to purchase great food and drink from 551 West's menu. Join us for raffles, prizes, great food and drink, and a surprise or two. Admission is free but seats are limited and on a first come first serve basis. Visit lmhmontap.eventbrite.com to register. For those that cannot attend in person, lecture will also be broadcast over YouTube Live and TikTok.
All proceeds benefit the Lancaster Medical Heritage Museum. Originally the Edward Hand Medical Foundation, The Lancaster Medical Heritage Museum is a 501(c)3 non profit established in 1982 with the mission and vision to preserve and make accessible our rich medical heritage with particular attention to Lancaster County and to bridge our medical history with contemporary medical practice through exhibits, education, and scholarly research.
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