Gallipolis (pronounced Gal ′ —a—po—lees ′ ) is a beautiful village located on the Ohio River in southeastern Ohio. The name derives from the Latin “Galli” for Gaul or France and the Greek “polis” for city. It is familiarly known as “The City of the Gauls” and The Old French Settlement.” Settled in 1790 by men and women from France—the group popularly known as the French 500—it has a rich historical background, much of which has been preserved in the Our House Museum.
Programs for youth begin at 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday, June 21: Chuck Chalberg: Roosevelt as a Hunter and Explorer
Wednesday, June 22: Dan Cutler: Prehistoric People—How Primitive Were They?
Thursday, June 23: Susan Marie Frontczak: Once Upon a Time— Frankenstein
Friday, June 24: Dianne Moran: Animal Researchers
Saturday, June 25: Susan Marie Frontczak: Storytelling: How Math Can Save your Life
Programs for adults begin at 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday, June 21: Dianne Moran: Dian Fossey, Passionate Mountain Gorilla Researcher and Defender
Wednesday, June 22: Chuck Chalberg: Roosevelt as a Hunter and Explorer
Thursday, June 23: Susan Marie Frontczak: Does a Clone Have a Soul? – or – Grappling with the Monster
Friday, June 24: Dan Cutler: Living in the Natural World
Saturday, June 25: Susan Marie Frontczak: Marie Curie—What Almost Stopped Her
Performances begin at 7:30 p.m.
Live local music at 6:45
Tuesday, June 21: Dan Cutler as Chief Cornstalk
Wednesday, June 22: Susan Marie Frontczak as Mary Shelley
Thursday, June 23: Dianne Moran as Dian Fossey
Friday, June 24: Susan Marie Frontczak as Marie Curie
Saturday, June 25: Chuck Chalberg as Theodore Roosevelt