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Darby Meetinghouse & Burial Grounds: Open House & Tours with Franklin Fountain

August 6, 2017 @ 6:00 am - 10:00 am

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Darby Meeting
1017 Main St
Darby, PA 19023 United States

Free

Darby Friends Monthly Meeting and Bartram’s Garden invite you to visit the historic Darby Meetinghouse & Burial Grounds! Darby, Pennsylvania was the location of John Bartram’s birthplace and his family’s Quaker Meetinghouse, where he was interred in 1777.

11 am –  Meeting for worship: all are welcome.

Noon –  Lunch and refreshments by Avenue Deli, behind-the-scenes tours of the 1805 meetinghouse historic, herbal confections by the Franklin Fountain.

1:30 pm –  Plant & nature walk to the burial grounds, including the grave of John Bartram.

This event is free and open to the public. Reserve your free tickets today!

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