OCT 2 WEIRD DELCO, SWARTHMORE PA
Weird Delaware County lecture at the Swarthmore Public Library, Swarthmore PA, 7pm
Oct 9 GOTHIC WALKING TOUR, MEDIA PA
Join Matt and paranormal investigator, Laurie McCabe, on a tour of the weird and quirky landmarks of Media, PA . 7pm Hosted by Sligo Irish Pub. GET TICKETS HERE
'In The Blink of an Eye Book Launch and Haunted Picnic', Museum of Howard County History,
Ellicott City, MD. Reservations recommended.
OCT 12 LUDDINGTON LIBRARY, BRYN MAWR PA
Meet and Greet at Luddington Library Paranormal Fair with Laurie Hull, Luddington Library,
Bryn Mawr, PA 12pm
OCT 16 WEIRD DELCO, HOLMES PA
Delaware County Gothic History, Ridley Township Public Library, Holmes PA, 630pm
OCT 18 WEIRD PA - SPOOKY SESSION, PGH PA
Spooky Session Weird Pennsylvania, Barnes and Noble, Settlers Ridge, Pittsburgh, PA , 3pm
“A Few of Philadelphia’s Witches and Weirdos” presented by Matt Lake, author and editor of the Weird U.S. book series and founding editor of the strange history periodical 'Dead of Winter,' Temple University Lifelong Learning Society, Temple University Ambler Campus, 580 Meetinghouse Road, Ambler, PA 19002 Phone: 267.468.8500
Oct 30 GOTHIC WALKING TOUR, MEDIA PA
Join Matt for a special Mischief Night edition tour of the weird and quirky landmarks of Media, PA . 7pm Hosted by Sligo Irish Pub. GET TICKETS HERE
Dec 5 CINCO DE KRAMPUS, MEDIA PA
Photos with Krampus, a reading of Night of the Krampus, and the singing of Krampus Carols.
Dec 8 BALTIMORE KRAMPUSLAUF, HAMPDEN MD
See Matt as St Nicholas (Bishop of Turkey) lead the Krampuslauf parade down the Avenue to the 'Miracle on 34th Street.' Message us for location info.
Come get your photos taken with the infamous KRAMPUS (aka local author of oddities, Matt Lake) and be regaled with tales, songs and stories about Krampus & the surrounding folklore. This night is always a community favorite, so make sure to join the fun! Hot cocoa will be served to add to the festive atmosphere. Fun starts at 6pm.
Jan 13 DCIS, MEDIA PA
Delaware County Institute of Science hosts Matt's lecture on the 'The Mother of All Demos", how 1 day in 1968 changed the course of computing, and the world. Matt Lake has written tech articles for the New York Times, and published several computing How-Tos, all available on Amazon.