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Learn Lithuanian Traditions Ahead of Popular Festival

lithuanian days schuylkill county

lithuanian days schuylkill county

An upcoming program at Schuylkill County Historical Society will focus on Lithuanian traditions.

Meredith Domalakes will present slides and artifacts on the country’s traditions ahead of the Lithuanian Days festival in August.

Domalakes’ presentation will be held at the Historical Society headquarters at 305 N. Centre St. in Pottsville on Wednesday, June 23 at 6:30 p.m.

Admission to the Historical Society event is $5 for the general public but free to members.

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Lithuanian Days will be held in August at its new location, Catalpa Grove in Barnesville.

For more information, contact Schuylkill County Historical  Society at (570) 622-7540.

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