Roster of Coming Events All Events are at the South Huntington Public Library beginning at 7:00 PM
September 5, 2019: Michael Schaffer will present his book In Memory of Self and Comrades; The 1st Virginia Calvary.
October 3, 2019: Scott Mingus will discuss his book2nd Winchester: Gateway to Gettysburg.
November 7, 2019: Ed Flanagan will discussGeneral Grant and the Battle of Belmont.
December 5, 2019: Roundtable member John Scotto will discuss Civil War Field Artillery: A Critical Reassessment
January 2, 2020: Movie Night: The Tall Target, staring Dick Powell and Adolphe Menjou and the Baltimore plot to assassinate Lincoln.
February 6, 2020: Valerie Protopapas will discuss The Sinking of the Sultana.
March 5, 2020: Mike Fitzpatrick will discussThe Irish Brigade at Gettysburg.
April 2, 2020: MusicianCharlie Zahmreturns with Music of the 79 NY Regiment.
May 7, 2020: Bob Farrell will present Vignettes of Long Island Civil War Beterans.
June 4, 2020: The Walt Whitman Award and Dinner will feature our honoree Kevin Pawlak.
July 2, 2020: Professor Fran MacConnellfrom Hamilton college will speak on Mark Twain's relationship with General Grant.
The South Huntington Public Library
145 Pidgeon Hill Road
Huntington Station, ny 11746
The Roundtable does not meet in August.
Officers & Board Members
Mitchell Banks - President / Harvey Savitt- Vice President / Program Director Pat Ramo - Treasurer Andrew Pelosi-
Tom Brown- Recording Secretary
The goal of the North Shore Civil War Roundtable is to meet monthly in good fellowship and expand our knowledge of the American Civil War. We gather to hear presentations by experts in the field. As often as possible we ask authors, historians and Roundtable members to speak at these meetings. Our membership numbers more than 100. We sponsor a yearly battlefield tour, issue a monthly newsletter, "Drumroll", and contribute to a variety of Civil War organizations including the Civil War Trust and their efforts to preserve what is left of our nations Civil War Battlefields.
Our monthly meetings, book signings and presentations are held at the beautifulSouth Huntington Public Library. Our meetings are free to all and begin at 7 PM. Over the past twenty years we have had the very best. James McPherson, Bud Robertson, Tony Horwitz, Stephen Oates, Noah Trudeau, William Davis, Mort Kunstler and Don Troiani are only a few of the authors, historians and artists that have come to speak to us. C-Span has televised three of our meetings.