NEW PHILADELPHIA Dover, Oh

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DOVER - The Tuscarawas Valley Civil War Roundtable is unveiling its spring lineup of free community programs. 

The group meets on the second Thursday of each month at 7 pm to hear a different speaker provide an engaging and informative look at a particular aspect of the Civil War. Upcoming topics and speakers include:

  • January 9: "Cross Keys, Carpet Bag and Pen: The Civil War Letters of Three Local Families," presented by Kathryn Hardgrove Popio 
  • February 13: "Mr. Lincoln's White House," presented by Chris Hart 
  • March 12: "Opposing Viewpoints on the Removal of Southern Civil War-Related Symbols," presented by John Fazio and Mel Maurer 
  • April 9: "The Music of the Civil War," presented by Steve and Lisa Ball 
  • May 14: "Opioid Use During the Civil War Era: Implications for Addiction," presented by Scott Wisneski

The mission of the Tuscarawas Valley Civil War Roundtable is to educate the community about the American Civil War, preserve Civil War heritage and to remember those who struggled for their cause. Meetings are open to the public and are held in the Dover Public Library's Community Room.

For more information, please contact the Dover Public Library at 330-343-6123. The Dover Public Library is located at 525 N. Walnut St., directly across the street from Dover High School. 

TUSCARAWAS VALLEY CIVIL WAR ROUND TABLE