Lunch & Learns: The History of the Courthouse

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Friday March 01

12:00 PM  –  1:00 PM

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Lunch & Learn: The History of the Courthouse 

 On the first Friday of each month at noon, History Center staff lead an interesting program about the museum, Central Florida history, and more. Bring a lunch, or let us order one for you by calling 407-836-7046 (order at least 24 hours in advance).

  Did you know that famed serial killer Ted Bundy was tried in Orlando or that Orange County's courthouse was almost moved to Sanford? Learn tales from the history of the many courthouses that have surrounded Heritage Square through the years, including the History Center's illustrious home. Presented by the History Center's chief curator, Pam Schwartz, and collections manager, Whitney Broadaway.

 Members free; non-members $5. With lunch: Members $8; non-members $13.