The event begins with 10 am worship, followed by a talk by David Cole, Director of the Hagley Museum, at the rise of Meeting, and closing with a visit to the 1704 William Brinton House.
Wiliam Brinton was the first Quaker to settle in the Brandywine area and participated in the founding of Birmingham Meeting and the growth of the Brandywine settlement. The 1704 House replaced an early log cabin.
10 am (Childcare available 10 am-12:30 pm) Meeting for Worship
11:15 am Talk and refreshments at Birmingham Meeting Birmingham's Peace Garden and 1819 Octagonal Schoolhouse will be open.
12:30 - 2 pm Tours of the 1704 William Brinton House