Friends of Coronado Historic Site Lecture
The Day the Calendar Hiccuped
By Dirk Van Hart
November 20th, 2015
Dirk Van Hart a perennial favorite of the Friends of Coronado will discuss the establishment of the present day calendar. In 45 B.C. the Roman leader Julius established his Julian calendar but it contained a tiny goof. Sixteen centuries later, the little goof had become a big one. In 1582 Pope Gregory XIII established the Georgian calendar which jettisoned 10 days and thus became the standard for the Catholic world to include New Spain. Not to be bossed around the Protestant world self righteously resisted. The British colonies stubbornly hung onto the obsolete calendar until 1752.
General Admission: Adults are $5 and Members are Free.
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Come Early! Seating is limited!
The program is to be held at the DeLavy House (Sandoval County Historical Society) located on Edmund Rd 7 Hwy 550, Bernalillo. Turn between I-Hop & Warrior Fuel Station – follow the gravel road.