Exploring Chester County's History Live at 5 Webinars

Thank you to everyone who participated in our first virtual Town Tours and Village Walks Live at Five series this summer! If you missed them, check out the videos below and share them with friends and family.

To continue recognizing Chester County's rich history and culture, the Chester County Historic Preservation Network (CCHPN) will be featuring a new "Virtual Heritage Series" on the third Thursday of the month at 5:00 pm. The first program will take place on Thursday, September 17, 2020. The programs are free but registration is required. Recordings will be available on this site after the live events.

September 17 — Glimpses of History: Exton & West Whiteland Township

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October 15 — John Evans Estate, White Clay Creek Preserve

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November 19 — People's Hall of Ercildoun

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December 17 — Barns-Brinton House, Chadds Ford

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2020 Virtual Town Tours and Village Walks Recordings

The 2020 Town Tours and Village Walks Virtual Summer Series took place virtually through Zoom, a free video conferencing software for use with computers, tablets and cell phones. View the recordings from 2020 below.

July 16 — Art & Architecture in Phoenixville

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July 23 — Historic Sugartown

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July 30 — Hibernia Mansion

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August 13 — Historic West Chester

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August 20 — Village of Yellow Springs

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August 27 — Special Preview: Kennett Square Occupation Day

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The Chester County Planning Commission is pleased to support the 2020 Town Tours and Village Walks, and thanks this year's sponsors and volunteers who have worked diligently to make these virtual tours possible.

Sponsored by: Chester County Board of Commissioners, Chester County Planning Commission, Chester County Historic Preservation Network, The Chester County Historical Society, and Chester County Conference and Visitors Bureau.