2015 Lectures


Feb. 8, 2015:  “1865: ‘Great God! Take Care of Us Now!'” by Richard Gillespie, Mosby Heritage Area Assocation.

April 19, 2015: “John Mobberly: Loudoun County Civil War Desperado” by Civil War author and historian Horace Mewborn.

May 17, 2015:  “The Big Left Turn: Germans in the Shenandoah,” by Lutheran historian Rev. George E. Handley.

June 16, 2015:  Lovettsville Elementary School: Lovettsville Historical Society award presented to student Emma Carmichael.

July 12, 2015:  “Thrown Gauntlet: Blazer’s Scouts and Mosby in the Shenandoah,” by Darl Stephenson, author of Headquarters in the Brush.

July 26, 2015:   LHS Annual Meeting.

August 9, 2015:  “Hex Signs: The History and the Mystery,” by Lovettsville folk artist Kara Mueller.

September 20, 2015:  “Luther Potterfield and the Lovettsville Potterfields:  A Divided Family,” by Edward Spannaus, LHS.

October 11, 2015:  “The 250-Year History of Lovettsville’s New Jerusalem Lutheran Church,”  presented by Mike Zapf, Sherry Whipple, and Edward Spannaus.

November 8, 2015:  “Finding Music in the Barns of Lovettsville,” by Lovettsville luthier Mark Levin.