Today: “Hidden Treasures From Our Collection” is the program from 1 to 3 p.m. at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine. The museum is at 48 E. Patrick St. in Frederick; admission is $6.50 for adults, $6 for seniors and $4.50 for children ages 10 to 16. Call 301/695-1864.
Feb. 15, 16: The role of the Signal Corps, including demonstrations of authentic telegraph equipment of the era, will be the focus of Adrian Tudor’s presentation at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine. The event will be from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The museum is at 48 E. Patrick St., Frederick. Call 301/695-1864.
Thursday: The Bull Run Civil War Round Table will hear historian Paula Elzey discuss her new book, “Stone Ground: The History of Union Mills,” at its 7:15 p.m. meeting at the Centreville Regional Library, 14200 St. Germain Drive. The meeting is free and open to the public. Call 703/675-0702.
Feb. 23: A Civil War book club highlighting national parks in the national capital area will be introduced at Arlington House, the Robert E. Lee Memorial. Sessions will be held monthly through September at local National Park Service sites. Mary Coulling, author of “The Lee Girls,” will lead the initial discussion, exploring the lives of Lee’s daughters as they grew up at Arlington House and experienced the Civil War. Call 703/235-1530.
Wednesday: The Harpers Ferry Civil War Round Table will meet at 8 p.m. at Camp Hill Methodist Church, Washington and Gilmore streets. The evening’s topic will be Union Army pioneers. Call 301/353-1446.
Information excerpted in part from the Civil War News, Tunbridge, VT 05077, by permission. Information for the calendar may be sent to The Washington Times by fax to 202/529-3298.