Join the Northampton Historic Preservation Society on Sunday, September 17 at 2:00 p.m. as we learn the history of the Cape Charles Rosenwald Elementary School as never told before.
This interactive lecture will give varied perspectives of life in Cape Charles and Northampton County between the 1930’s and 60’s. Using information from recent research conducted by Hanbury Preservation Consulting, in preparation for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places, and alumni accounts of their experiences, this lecture is sure to be a favorite.
No fees will be charged for this lecture, but we ask that individuals each consider a $10 donation to support the Cape Charles Rosenwald School Restoration Initiative. Be sure to bring your lawn chair and dress comfortably!
If the weather appears questionable, check to see if there has been a postponement at: https://northamptonhistoricpreservationsociety.com
Directions to the Cape Charles Elementary School: Take Route 13 (Lankford Highway) to the exit for Cape Charles on Rt. 184 (Stone Road). Turn left once you are in Cape Charles on Fig Street, then the road turns to the right on Mason. In a block or so you will see an overpass road on the left (Old Cape Charles Road). Follow this road until you arrive at the Cape Charles Elementary School. The address is 1500 Old Cape Charles Road, 23310.