The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia (CHSV) continues its ninth annual “Winter Lecture Series” that started on January 8 and continues every second Friday...

The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia (CHSV) continues its ninth annual “Winter Lecture Series” that started on January 8 and continues every second Friday through March 18.. Each lecture begins at 7 p.m

In conjunction with the celebration of Black History Month, the program on February 19 features a first-person portrayal of Harriett Tubman presented by living history interpreter Charmaine Crowell-White.

On March 4, speakers Buddy Cranford and Scott Williams of the Chesterfield Historical Society’s Military History Committee will present a lecture entitled, “World War I Comes to Chesterfield,” accompanied by a display of historic stereoscopic glass slides taken in Europe during the Great War.

The sixth and final lecture will be presented on March 18 by Chesterfield author and historian Kitty Snow who will show a series of original “Movies of Richmond, 1929-1934.”

The 9th annual CHSV “Winter Lecture Series” will take place in the Community Hall at Lucy Corr Village, 6800 Lucy Corr Blvd. The lectures are free to members of CHSV, $5 for non-members.

For more information, please call (804)796-7121.