Hear the Story of Amelia Earhart, America's Most Famous Female Aviator,

Pilot and historian Susan Loricchio will entertain and enthrall everyone with her spellbinding presentation on Earhart and the “golden age” of aviation. Loricchio will share the fascinating details of American’s most famous female aviator along with colorful anecdotes about her life, adventures and achievements. Light refreshments will be provided at this free event sponsored by Arbor Terrace Mountainside. The presentation will be held from 3 – 5 p.m. Tuesday, July 24, at Grillestone Restaurant, 2377 U.S. HWY 22, Scotch Plains. Space is limited. RSVP to Maria Owens at mariaowens@arborcompany.com or call 908-760-0599.

Tue, July 24
3:00 pm — 5:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 07/24/2018 3:00pm 07/24/2018 5:00pm America/New_York Hear the Story of Amelia Earhart, America's Most Famous Female Aviator,

Pilot and historian Susan Loricchio will entertain and enthrall everyone with her spellbinding presentation on Earhart and the “golden age” of aviation. Loricchio will share the fascinating details of American’s most famous female aviator along with colorful anecdotes about her life, adventures and achievements. Light refreshments will be provided at this free event sponsored by ...

2377 U.S. HWY 22 Scotch Plains, NJ

Grillestone Restaurant

2377 U.S. HWY 22
Scotch Plains, NJ

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