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Buggies, Blue Doors, and Donuts: Learn about the Amish with Dr. Kristin Park


"Buggies, Blue Doors, and Donuts: Learn about the Amish with Dr. Kristin"


Discover the fascinating world of the Old Order Amish community and gain unique insights into their way of life. We invite you to join us on Thursday, July 27, 2023, at 6:00 PM for an engaging presentation by Dr. Kristin Park, an esteemed Sociology professor at Westminster College. Dr. Park, who has extensively worked with members of the Amish community for many years, will provide an enlightening perspective on the subject.


As a respected member of the board of the Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies Association, Dr. Kristin Park brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table. Her deep understanding of Amish culture and her close interactions with the community make her an ideal guide to navigate this captivating topic.


During the presentation, attendees will have the opportunity to delve into the traditions, values, and customs of the Old Order Amish community. Dr. Park will share her personal experiences, anecdotes, and research findings, shedding light on the unique aspects of Amish life. From the distinctive buggies that grace their roads to the symbolic blue doors adorning their homes, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the Amish way of living.


Furthermore, this exclusive event offers attendees the chance to savor delicious Amish donuts, lovingly prepared according to traditional recipes. As you indulge in these delectable treats, you can immerse yourself in the ambiance of Amish culture and forge connections with fellow enthusiasts.


We encourage anyone with an interest in the Amish community, cultural studies, or sociological perspectives to attend this captivating presentation. Dr. Kristin Park's expertise and passion for the subject ensure an engaging and enlightening experience for all.


This event promises to be an evening of education, cultural exploration, and delicious treats. To secure your place, please RSVP at 724-658-6659.

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