Activities are subject to change. Watch the church bulletin, and this webpage, for details/changes. Signup forms for most activities are available in the church narthex. Some activities may have to be cancelled or rescheduled due to weather conditions; read the VPC inclement weather policy. For more information contact SWATT at email@example.com.
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Apr 8: Winnie Frost, formerly of the Department of Interior National Park Service, will speak to the founding and history of the National Parks.
May 13: Phyllis VerHalen returns as Nellie Taft and will tell of her early premonition at age 13 of being Mistress of the White House and then of the event leading up to her husband’s election and his term in office.
June 10: John Gaudet and How Papyrus Changed the World. Since ancient Egypt, papyrus is a unique plant that is still one of the fastest growing plant species on earth. It floats on water. Its stems inspired the fluted columns of the ancient Greeks. The papyrus bounty from the Nile delta provided not just paper for record keeping—instrumental to the development of civilization—but food, fuel and boats. Mr. Gaudet will give a short Powerpoint history of papyrus. This will be accompanied by replica Biblical codex/dead sea scrolls, and a demonstration of making papyrus. His book How Papyrus Changed the World will also be for sale.