Conversation Elizabethtown Lecture Series

Conversation Elizabethtown Lecture Series

These lectures are a series planned by the museum and meant to educate and create meaningful conversation about important community-affecting topics.  Each lecture is held in the museum’s Community Room located at 33 East High Street, in Elizabethtown, PA.  There is ample free parking behind 33 East High St., and extra parking at the Christ Lutheran Church next door.  The Community Room is handicap accessible. The lectures are free and open to the public. RSVPs are appreciated and help us better prepare for the lecture. To do so, please call the museum office at 717 367-4672 

2018 Lectures

Friday, February 9, 2018 7pm John Craig will be speaking

Ambassador John B. Craig will give a lecture titled “United States Foreign Interests; Why Saudi Arabia?” at the Winters Heritage House Museum in Elizabethtown. The talk will explore the situations currently underway in Saudi Arabia.  The presentation will provide background information, and then proceed to a conversational give and take with those attending.  The informal event will be held at 7pm on Friday, February 9, 2018.  

An Elizabethtown native, Ambassador Craig worked for the U.S. Department of State as Ambassador to Oman.  He worked in the White House for the Office of Combating Terrorism post 9-11. Currently he is Ambassador in Residence at the Center for Global Understanding and Peace at Elizabethtown College.