Want history? If so, the King Farm Neighbors Village (KFNV) is happy to announce its first highlight event of the year-- an interesting and informative pictorial presentation on the evolving history of the city of Rockville. Specifically, Ralph Buglass [pronounced: BU - glis] will narrate a virtual Zoom presentation entitled, Rockville: A Pictorial History, on Thursday, January 28, 2021 from 3 pm-5 pm. Mr. Buglass is a speaker for Montgomery History, the county’s historical society, as well as a volunteer researcher for Peerless Rockville, the city's historic preservation organization. With Peerless Rockville, Mr. Buglass recently published a pictorial history of Rockville as part of the nationwide "Images of America" series. Mr. Buglass’ presentation on January 28th will include many photos from this book. Mr. Buglass has spoken and taught on a variety of local history topics at various lifelong learning programs around the area. He is a Montgomery County native, graduate of Winston Churchill High School, has a BA in American history from Cornell, and a Master's Degree in journalism from American University. This is an open event, so if you have friends that are not members of KFNV, please invite them to participate in this event. (As a side note, please invite your friends to join the KFNV for participation in our membership events. Remember membership is free and easy.)
The KFNV hopes to “see” you on January 28th as we virtually explore the history of Rockville.