Area museum focuses on the early history of baseball in NEPA

Posted by Peter Wynne on

The Dorflinger factory museum in White Mills is hosting a special exhibit titled “The Boys of Summer,” focusing on the early history of baseball in NEPA.

The show features paintings, prints, collages and sculptures by noted Fleetville artist William Chickillo and will run through September 15 with an artist talk on Saturday August 10th. 

Keystone Edition’s Peter Wynne paid a visit to the exhibition and to Chickillo’s studio to talk with James Asselstine, museum director, and artist William Chickillo about the show.

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