Titanic Presentation in Great Barrington Massachusetts


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Denise Vanaria will once again present Titanic History at the Mason Library in Great Barrington, Massachusetts on June 18th at 7:00 pm. Contact Dawn Barbieri at the Mason Library at 413-274-3738 for more information. Denise has another presentation coming up in the same area on the topic of Edwardian fashion. Please contact the Library for dates and locations of all of Denise's presentations.

Denise is my partner with TITANIC IMPACT. Our website will be launched very soon, but you can find us on Facebook.

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TITANIC AND HER TIMES---Through the Eyes of Mrs. Thomas Andrews, Jr., with a Focus on Edwardian Clothing and Etiquette.

Mason Library will host historian Denise Vanaria on Thursday, June 18 from 7:00-9:00 pm. The free presentation will feature an extensive collection of Edwardian clothing and accessories, and a knowledgeable history of Edwardian etiquette. The Mason Library is located at 231 Main Street, Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Call 413-274-3738 for more information.

TITANIC: A VOYAGE INTO HISTORY---Presented by Titanic historian Denise Vanaria on Tuesday, June 23 at 6:30 pm at the Agawam Public Library. A display of Titanic era artifacts will be available for viewing in the library in June. The library is located at 700 Cooper Street, Agawam, Massachusetts. Call 413-789-1550 for more information.

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With Phil Hind's encouragement, I am reposting information about the TITANIC IMPACT exhibit in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, along with photos of what you will see.

TITANIC AND HER TIMES---Through the Eyes of Mrs. Thomas Andrews, Jr., with a Focus on Edwardian Clothing and Etiquette.

Mason Library will host historian Denise Vanaria on Thursday, June 18 from 7:00-9:00 pm. The free presentation will feature an extensive collection of Edwardian clothing and accessories, and a knowledgeable history of Edwardian etiquette. The Mason Library is located at 231 Main Street, Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Call 413-274-3738 for more information.

TITANIC: A VOYAGE INTO HISTORY---Presented by Titanic historian Denise Vanaria on Tuesday, June 23 at 6:30 pm at the Agawam Public Library. A display of Titanic era artifacts will be available for viewing in the library in June. The library is located at 700 Cooper Street, Agawam, Massachusetts. Call 413-789-1550 for more information.


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Here are photos from the current exhibit at the Mason Public Library. These are the items you will see up close if you attend the presentation by Denise Vanaria on June 18 at 7:00 pm. Admission is free.

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Here are photos from Thursday night's presentation TITANIC AND HER TIMES by Denise Vanaria at the Mason Library.

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This is Denise with Linda Escudero, who helped her organize the event at Mason Public Library.
 
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