Meetings are usually held on the second Friday of every month from September through June at 6:00 p.m. Meetings generally consist of a one hour social with refreshments, a short business meeting, and then a feature program. Speakers are the best available in the Civil War community, many of whom are members of the Round Table. We sometimes record the meeting and put it on DVD for our members to borrow and view at home. See the Meetings page for more info. Occasionally, the date, time, and location of our meetings vary, so be sure to check the Meetings page for any changes.
In addition to the google map link below, a link to detailed directions to the Watervliet Senior Center can be found at the bottom of this page.
The February meeting of the CDCWRT will feature author and historian, Dr. David Hochfelder. Dr. Hochfelder is an Associate Professor in the Department of HIstory at the University at Albany. He presented to our Round Table twice several years ago. He will be revisiting his field of expertise with a discussion of railroads, telegraph, technology and the North during the Civil War.
The March meeting will feature Paul and Liz Stewart who will speak on the Under-ground Railroad as the first Civil Rights Movement.
The April meeting will feature a speaker to be announced.
The May meeting will again feature Pat Falci who will talk about the movie Gettysburg --- 25 years later.
A Brandy Station field trip with Bud Hall is being planned for May 17-19, 2019. Details will be posted as they become available.
The June meeting will feature historian and author Will Greene. He is the former director of the Pamplin Historical Park and National Museum of the Civil War Soldier. His topic will be an aspect of the Petersburg Campaign.