Take your place in history! For the first time EVER, hear five living Governors of Pennsylvania speak about the issues facing the Commonwealth and the Nation! This moderated panel lunch is a one of a kind opportunity to hear their views of policy and politics as is relates to First Governor and Commonwealth Founder, William Penn.
Throughout 2018, Pennsbury Manor is commemorating the 300th anniversary of the death of William Penn, the founder and first governor of Pennsylvania. Reaching across government, civic affairs, religion, cultural diversity, and the natural world, Penn’s legacy is significant and worthy of review and celebration. The commemoration of Penn’s legacy will culminate with the first-ever Governors’ Lunch Program on September 29th. Former and present Pennsylvania governors will convene for the first time ever on the historic grounds of Penn’s country estate in Bucks County, to discuss and shine the figurative spotlight on the gubernatorial challenge of balancing the needs of a diverse demographic, religious, cultural, and environment-conscious Commonwealth. We invite you to be a part of this historic program and help support Penn’s legacy for future generations. Portion of program proceeds will go to the creation of the “William Penn Scholarship Fund” for Title 1 schools.
Individual Tickets – $185
Couple Tickets – $350
Table Discounts and Sponsorships are available. Please contact Sarah Rudich at firstname.lastname@example.org details.
Your ticket includes a seated lunch and admission to a limited edition special exhibit featuring rare and never before seen collections from the PA State Archives and PA State Museum. Portion of your ticket is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Please consulate your tax advisor for details.