Pennsylvania Jack


Pennsylvania Jack can always be found at the Pennsylvania State Museum in Harrisburg on "CHARTER DAY," the annual celebration of the 1681 granting of William Penn's receipt of the charter for his new world colony from English King Charles II. This event is always on the Sunday closest to March 14. He shares "Old Time" and "Pennsylvania" stories of the kind included on this website, from 1 to 4 PM. Many other great activities and programs are included. Check out the Pa. Historical and Museum Commission website for details.

Jack does not have a regular appearance schedule, but can often be found at historical events and reinactments most anywhere in the mid-state.

The annual "Warrior Run - Fort Freeland Festival" near Watsontown (Northumberland County) the first weekend in October.

Jack frequently appears at "Coffeehouse" events of the Perry County Council of the Arts, along with local poets and musicians. These are fun evenings, of good wholesome entertainment. Check the Council's web site for dates and locations.

Frequent appearances for historical societies, civic clubs, Rotary/Lions events, retired employee groups, and similar appearances regularly dot Jack's performance schedule.

Jack and his story bag could appear at your event. Contact him through "Contact" link on this site.