HMCC Presents a New 3-Part Living History Series



The Heritage Museum and Cultural Center is excited to introduce our 3-part Living History Series with Terry Lynch. The first of these kicks off on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 601 Main Street, St. Joseph, MI. This series will bring to life three figures in our national history: Alexander Hamilton, Magistrate John Hathorne in mid-17th century Salem, Massachusetts, and Charles Dickens, each an entertaining evening of history brought to life!


Nationally known actor, Terry Lynch specializes in historical portrayal to meet the needs of the young at heart who are never too old to learn something new about history’s most interesting, inspirational figures. His one-man interactive presentations give audiences a new, first person perspective on the people and events that make up our history and culture.


Living History Series Part 1 with Terry Lynch

Alexander Hamilton, The American Rags to Riches Story.

  • Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
  • Alexander Hamilton was born in the Caribbean and abandoned as a child. How did these humble beginnings plant the seeds of opportunity for this founding father? Ironically, he, in turn, created opportunities for others by helping to create a government he could never as President.


Living History Series Part 2 with Terry Lynch

Hysteria in Salem with Judge John Hathorne

  • Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
  • Magistrate John Hathorne recounts the hysteria, paranoia, and resulting trials that took place during the mid 17th century in Salem, Massachusetts. 


Living History Series Part 3 with Terry Lynch

Charles Dickens, A Tale with a Twist!

  • Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at 6:30 p.m.
  • A staple to any reading list, Charles Dickens’ writing has become a part of our everyday language. Just ask anyone who has ever been called a “Scrooge!” In this program, Dickens reflects on his life and discusses some of his best-loved works.


Suggested $5 Donation at the door.


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