Hamilton, Ohio, founded in 1791, is located in Butler County along the Great Miami River. Hamilton was named after Alexander Hamilton, the first United States Secretary of the Treasury. The town grew into a significant manufacturing city which produced equipment for the miles of surrounding farms during the nineteenth-century. Today, Hamilton has a significant a presence in the field of business, government, history and community sites within the Cincinnati-Dayton metroplex.
10:30 a.m. Youth Program: Susan Marie Frontczak: Writing about Nature
2:00 p.m. Adult Program: Dianne Moran: Dian Fossey, Passionate Mountain Gorilla Researcher and Defender
10:30 a.m. Youth Program- 10:30 a.m. Dan Cutler: Prehistoric People—How Primitive Were They?
2:00 p.m. Adult Program: Susan Marie Frontczak: Does a Clone Have a Soul – or – Grappling with the Monster
10:30 a.m. Youth Program- 10:30 a.m. Chuck Chalberg: Roosevelt’s Character and Roosevelt as an American Character
2:00 p.m. Adult Program: Dan Cutler: Living in the Natural World
10:30 a.m. Youth Program: Dianne Moran: Animal Researchers
2:00 p.m. Adult Program: Susan Marie Frontczak:What Almost Stopped Marie Curie
10:30 a.m. Youth Program: Susan Marie Frontczak: Storytelling: How Math Can Save Your Life
2:00 p.m. Adult Program: Chuck Chalberg: Roosevelt as a Progressive
Performances begin at 7:30 p.m.
Live local music at 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 14: Chuck Chalberg as Theodore Roosevelt
Wednesday, June 15: Dianne Moran as Dian Fossey
Thursday, June 16: Susan Marie Frontczak as Marie Curie
Friday, June 17: Dan Cutler as Chief Cornstalk
Saturday, June 18: Susan Marie Frontczak as Mary Shelley