Please mark these dates on your calendars and check back often to see what the up coming programs will be.
All programs are free and open to the public, they are all held a 1 P.M. at the Thomas T Taber Museum, 858 West 4Th St, Williamsport, PA.
Martin Hula presents “Life in a Coal Mining Town”
March 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Martin is a lifelong resident of Pennsylvania. He enlisted in the U.S. Army two weeks out of high school and has served honorably overseas. After his discharge, he attended Lycoming College on the G. I. Bill. He is married to the love of his life, and is the proud father of two beautiful and talented daughters and one gorgeous granddaughter. His early life was spent in a small coal-mining town in Pennsylvania. This experience is what inspired him to produce this presentation.
Over the years, he has shown his presentation at many functions throughout Pennsylvania. Included are libraries, historical societies, high schools, book clubs, boy scouts, senior citizens groups, private showings and many others.
He has also written and published three novels, “THE COAL PICKER”, “SOUL OF A FOOL” and “MY PATCH OF BITTER EARTH.” These can be purchased at his presentation or through Amazon.com in either the ebook or paperback.