FREE IN-PERSON Veterans Breakfast Club Greensburg, PA | Saturday, November 4, 2023 @ 8:30am

Join us for our second in-person VBC breakfast at Pitt-Greensburg campus (Hempfield Room, Chambers Hall, Finoli Drive, Greensburg, PA 15601) on Saturday, November 4, 8:30pm-10:30pm. The buffet breakfast is FREE, and everyone is welcome, including non-veterans. Breakfast will be served  at 8:30am, and the stories will begin at 9:00am. We'll continue with the program until

IN-PERSON Veterans Breakfast Club in Bethel Park, PA – Christ United Methodist Church | October 31 @ 8:30am ET

  Join us in Bethel Park, PA, for a VBC storytelling event where you'll meet a remarkable collection of people, each with a story to tell. Our breakfast location in Bethel Park, PA, is our largest, where the group can reach over 250 people. Our veteran attendees range from WWII and Korean War through the

IN-PERSON Veterans Breakfast Club Sewickley, Christ Church Grove Farm | October 25, 2023

We're back at Christ Church Grove Farm on Wednesday, October at 8:30am for our always fascinating, enjoyable, and poignant Veterans Breakfast Club in-person breakfast program. You'll walk in, pick up your name badge, pay $15 if you plan to eat (no cost for those who don't), and meet others who are there to hear and

IN-PERSON Veterans Breakfast Club in Chartiers Township, Washington County, PA – Chartiers Township Community Center | October 10 @ 8:30am ET

We're back with a breakfast in Washington County at the Chartiers Township Community Center (2013 Community Center Drive, Houston, PA 15342) on Wednesday, October 11, 8:30am-9:30am. Our last event there was before the pandemic, and this breakfast is, again, brought to us by the volunteers at the Canonsburg First United Methodist Church, led by Vietnam

Remembering the “Able Archer” Nuclear War Crisis of 1983 with Author Brian J. Morra on VBC Happy Hour

“Imagine if there were a series of events that nearly caused an intercontinental nuclear war, and all of it was kept secret for decades.” That is what happened in November 1983 when the world came closer than it ever has to nuclear war. And hardly anyone recognized it. Join us to discuss what’s gone down

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