We are pleased to announce a Special Presentation of the Naples Historical Society's popular oral histories series, "If These Walls Could Talk," to be held at the Naples Daily News' new office on Immokalee Road.
The Naples Historical Society has captured on film the spirit of early Naples through the eyes of numerous pioneering families. Join us as we commemorate this milestone in the preservation of our rich and vibrant history.
There are three Special Presentations scheduled for Thursday, October 14th. Each one showcases a 24-minute project overview film that includes a few segments of those who generously gave their story of how their family contributed to Naples' development; Guest Speakers will help to bring the spirit of history to the Presentation! Dozens of individual feature-length films are available for viewing only at the Naples Historical Society.
The Naples Daily News will also include a segment of the history of the Naples Daily News, and NIFF will showcase trailers for upcoming films.
*The viewings are FREE but you must be registered to attend.
October 14th, 6 p.m. - Peter Thomas
Peter Thomas, an internationally known narrator of television programs, including shows such as Nova, Forensic Files and Medical Detectives, donated his gifted voice to the oral history project overview film for the Naples Historical Society. Peter is known for his crystal clear voice and precise diction, and his unique narrative tone of urgency, concern, and empathy. He has been a narrator for over fifty years and is a Member of the Board of Directors of the Naples Historical Society.