When: Tue., Sept. 15, 1-2 p.m. 2020
Baseball has been embedded in the American culture since the end of the Civil War. There have been poems, songs, comedy routines, movies, TV shows, books with baseball themes. The name Cooperstown means something special. And even Broadway got into the act with a play. Nobody ever wanted to be “Wally Pipped”. That may have ended, but baseball in the culture has never gone away. Join us for an online lecture with Evan Weiner to learn more about this great sport and its influence in American culture. Please register for meeting link.