Professor Richard Veit of Monmouth University is the Guest Speaker at the Historic Morrisville Society’s Annual Meeting on Thursday, March 14. The meeting and preceding dinner will take place at Summerseat, located at 130 Legion Avenue in Morrisville, PA.
Everyone is welcome to join the Historic Morrisville Society for dinner at 6:00 p.m. (cost $20) and stay for the complimentary Speaker Program at 7:00 p.m. where Professor Viet, a noted archaeologist, will discuss the archaeological excavations at Point Breeze in Bordentown, New Jersey. Point Breeze, the finely-appointed home and former estate of Joseph Bonaparte – the elder brother of Napoleon and King of Spain and Naples – contains the archaeological traces of one of North America’s great estate. Summerseat’s connection to Joseph Napoleon will also be discussed.
For additional information or to reserve a seat for the March 14 dinner and program, please call Sharon Hughes at (215) 295-1706 or Jane Murray at (215) 295-3645.