Wayne UFO/CropCircles/Anci­ent Archeology Meet Up Group

www.MainLineMUFON.com upcoming program

May 21, 2013, 6:30 pm  In the 1990‘s School Children witness a UFO landing in  their school yard Zimbabwe:  Randell Nickerson, is producer for Sting Theory Films from New York City. Randell Nickerson is producing a film about a fascinating story of dozens of African school children, from a small remote village in Zimbabwe, who with their teachers and school administrators watch carefully as an unknown craft landed in their schoolyard. They witnessed several beings maneuvering around on the ground, they interact with the environment, the beings look at the children, and then returned to their craft, and the craft took off.  Interviews with the children at the time of the incident from a local news network will be part of this amazing presentation. Randell returned in 2004 and found these children, now grown adults, and re-interviewed them 20 years later, along with their teachers. Randell Nickerson is committed to bringing this amazing story to light as a documentary film for release next year.  Harvard psychiatrist John Mack also visited these children and spoke to the children who witnessed this amazing event in the 1990's.  The film captures the essence of the impact this event had on everyone’s life. The event remains mysterious to the present day. For a link to more information. Program is Free,

To see find new location easily enough i have posted a campus map and written clear driving directions at our main web site: www.MainLineMUFON.com. Find the Monthly Program page, and scroll down. All the information you need is posted there.

 

Main Line MUFON Meeting Location Change

Location changed due to local elections, so the meeting will take place at a new location:

Eastern University, Harold C. Howard Building, 1300 Eagle Road Wayne PA 19087. Directions : to Location from Tredyffrin Public Library posted below:

Exit parking lot turning right onto upper Gulph road. Travel about ¾ going straight thru the first light (North Wayne Ave). at next light, Radnor street Road, make right and follow thru the main campus area of Valley Forge  Military Academy for about ½ mile. At very next light, Eagle road, make left.

Travel along Eagle road for about ¾ mile passing the sign for E. U.  Residence Hall entrance.  The next Eastern University Main Entrance will come up on the right, marked 1300 Eagle Road. This just before the light at King of Prussia road.

Make right in to college following signs straight ahead for main campus. You will see Dr. Thomas Drive directly in front of you.  Follow entrance straight ahead, passing two buildings on your left, called Eagle Hall, parking lot is on your right. You will come to a stop sign shortly.

Bear left at the stop following road over a small bridge with wooden railings.  This leads you into a parking lot on your right for the Mc Innis Hall. Follow straight thru this parking lot passing this build on your left, entering lower parking lot on your right for the Harold C.  Howard building.  This building has a brick side and a semi curved two story wall of solid windows that face the parking lot. Park where you can and enter Harold C. Howard building.

This is our meeting location. Our room is 106.  As soon as you enter you will see room 104 on your right. Our meeting room is 106 around the corner.

Call if you have problems: Jennifer Stein[masked]-0088. Additional directions

From I-476 (The Blue Route): Take Exit 13 (St. Davids/Villanova). Turn left off the ramp onto Route 30 (Lancaster Avenue) At light for Radnor-Chester Road (Radnor Hotel on corner), turn right. At the end of the road, turn left onto King of Prussia Road. At the second light, turn left onto Eagle Road. Then left into main entrance of Eastern University. Continue on Thomas Drive to main parking area.

From Philadelphia Schuylkill Expressway (I-76): West to exit for I-476 South. Take Exit 13 (St. Davids/Villanova). Follow directions from I-476 (The Blue Route).

From Philadelphia (Lancaster Avenue/Route 30): Take Lancaster Avenue (Route 30) west. Proceed across City Avenue and continue for approximately 20 minutes on Lancaster Avenue Turn right onto King of Prussia Road to third traffic light (Eagle Road.). Follow directions from I-476 (The Blue Route).

From Paoli (Lancaster Avenue/Route 30): Take Lancaster Avenue (Route 30) east. Proceed on Lancaster Avenue to King of Prussia Road. Turn left and continue to third traffic light (Eagle Road.). Follow directions from I-476 South (The Blue Route).

From Pittsburgh and Points West: Take I-276 East (PA Turnpike) to Exit 326 (Valley Forge). Continue on I-76 East (Schuylkill Expressway). Take I-476 South (The Blue Route) to Exit 13 (St. Davids/Villanova). Follow directions from I-476 (The Blue Route).

From Northern PA and New York: Take I-81 South to the Northeast Extension (I-476 South). Follow I-476 South (The Blue Route) to Exit 13 (St. Davids/Villanova) and follow directions from I-476 (The Blue Route).

 

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  • Jennifer W. S.

    Please also note, in the first meet up announcement I sent I incorrectly named Cabrini College, as the location, in part of the driving directions by mistake. I have corrected this mistake now in all web posting and driving directions. The event is at Eastern University Main Campus Library building, room 106 on the first floor on the right. This is only about one and a half miles from the Tredyffrin public Library. We may start a few minutes later giving people time to get lost and come over from library if they did not get advanced notice of the change due to voting on Tuesday. Thanks Jennifer

    May 18, 2013

  • Jennifer W. S.

    The building is called the Harold C Howard Library. If you visit www.MainLineMUFON.com Monthly program page I have posted a campus map and driving directions from the library and other vantage point as well. Hope this helps, sorry for the last minute changes due to voting actives at the library using our room.

    May 18, 2013

  • wendy

    What building at Eastern?

    May 17, 2013

  • Jennifer W. S.

    Please note the location change for this meet up. It should be a really interesting program! I will place written directions and maps at the library for any one who forgets and goes there instead.

    May 17, 2013

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