Join us as Joseph Capone, the Executive Director of the Friends of Washington Crossing Historic Park, presents “The Ten Crucial Days and Our Modern Reenactment.” His lecture will focus on the Ten Crucial Days of the Revolutionary War, General Edward Hand’s role in the 2nd Battle of Trenton and how they acknowledge the importance of the Ten Crucial Days through their modern reenactment.
Joseph Capone has a diverse background in the non-profit and education sectors. Prior to coming to the Friends of Washington Crossing Historic Park, Joe was the General Manager of the Princeton Festival, the Development Director of Bristol Riverside Theatre, the Associate Director of Development at Philadelphia Opera and the Associate Director of Alumni Relations at Westminster Choir College of Rider University. Capone has a BS from West Chester University and a MM from Westminster Choir College of Rider University. He lives in Princeton, New Jersey with his wife Allison and two sons, Braedyn and Bryce.
This event will be held in the Rock Ford Barn. No reservations are required. Seating is limited.
Admission: $5 for non-members; free for members of the Rock Ford Foundation.