REMARKABLE RELICS: PA TROLLEY MUSEUMTuesday April 6, 2021
The streetcar, or “trolley,” played a vital role in the growth of 20th century American cities. Let the artifacts do the storytelling as a representative showcases a few remarkable relics from the museum’s rich collection. Through these unique objects, you will learn more about how our thriving suburban communities owe their existence to the streetcar!
ABOUT THE PA TROLLEY MUSEUM:
The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum came to Washington County in February 1954 with three trolleys and a dream that was born in 1941. Today, the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum owns nearly 50 street and electric railway cars, 20 of which are operational on the museum’s four-mile ride. Each year over 30,000 visitors are treated to a hands-on, moving history lesson.
This virtual program is part of a series promoting the Experience Kits initiative at select Allegheny & Washington County Libraries. With your library card, receive free admission passes for up to four people to several local museums and historical sites. For more information, call the library at 412-882-5694 or email email@example.com
Registration is required; Zoom information will be sent two days before the event.
To register, go to: https://www.eventkeeper.com/code/ekform.cfm?curOrg=WHITEHALL&curID=488375
Please note: this link will take you to Whitehall Public Library’s registration page, as this is a co-hosted program.
PLUS: If you have children, join the PA Trolley Museum on Saturday at 10 am for a special virtual storytime! See our calendar for more details on how to register.
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