|Charlottesville CWRT at Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge|
Monday, July 18 – 7 p.m. - THE CHARLOTTESVILLE CIVIL WAR ROUND TABLE hosts a talk by noted Civil War historian Robert E. L. Krick entitled “A Handful of Important But Obscure Confederate Generals Who Defended Richmond in 1864.” Since growing up on the Chancellorsville battlefield, Mr. Krick has worked in various historical capacities at several battlefields, including Custer Battlefield in Montana, and Manassas Battlefield in Northern Virginia. Since 1991 he has been a historian on the staff at the battlefield park in Richmond. Krick is widely published on Civil War topics and is a talented raconteur. Don’t miss this lecture!
The Charlottesville CWRT is a great organization of American history enthusiasts who get together to dine (optional) and enjoy a presentation on our nation’s fascinating Civil War. Visitors can come the first time for free, children are welcome. Individual year-long memberships are $25.00 (a great deal).
Monthly CWRT meetings are held the third Monday at Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge on 250 East starting at 7 p.m. Dinner (optional) starts at 6 p.m. Dinner menu: salmon, steak, or crab cakes with salad & desert for $20. For more info call Sandy vonThelen at (434) 971-8567.