Historical Trees of Lancaster County

Historical Trees of Lancaster County

On Saturday, September 10 at 11am, join the Friends of the Tanger Arboretum and presenter Len Eiserer for “Historical Trees of Lancaster County.” Learn about local, still living trees with intriguing, historical connections, including the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair, a 19th century samurai, a Pennsylvania cavalry officer who served under George Washington, and a Civil War officer who graduated from Franklin & Marshall College.

Image of Len EisererLen Eiserer received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine and doctorate in Psychology from Bryn Mawr College. He’s taught for 38 years and currently teaches at Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC). He currently maintains the website, Tree Treasures of Lancaster County, and serves on the board of the Friends of the Tanger Arboretum.

Event Details & Ticketing

Historical Trees of Lancaster County will take place on Saturday, September 10 at 11am at LancasterHistory, 230 North President Avenue. Tickets are free, and advance reservations are highly recommended. (Walk-in tickets are not guaranteed.) Ticketholders should check-in at LancasterHistory’s museum before proceeding into the auditorium in Ryder Hall. We encourage ticketholders to read our Health & Safety Protocols for Visitors prior to their arrival.

Tickets may be reserved online or by calling (717) 392-4633.

*Children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian 18 years or older.

This event is hosted by the Friends of the Tanger Arboretum. The Friends of the Tanger Arboretum, a subsidiary organization of LancasterHistory, helps foster public interest in, and support for, the maintenance and development of the Tanger Arboretum as a community asset. To learn more about the Arboretum or to become a member, please visit the Arboretum’s webpage.

Family-Friendly In-Person Event Lecture

September 10, 2022 Ryder Hall at LancasterHistory 11am FREE | Registration Required