Saturdays are for Stamps is a series playing on nostaligia when Saturdays were for cartoons. Enjoy philatelic presentations from APS members from around the world. Each premiere will feature a chat box for audience members to interact with one another.
Saturday, March 6 at 12 PM EST is the premiere of this month's "Saturdays are for Stamps". Our presenter is Yan Marin, an APS member from Romania; he is very passionate about colleting. Check out Yan's blog, Medieval Stamps.
Young collectors looking for resources and philatelic support are encouraged to look at the APS YPLF program.
Heidi Rhoades is the Grassroots and Community Specialist at the American Philatelic Society. In addition to running the APS social media platforms, Heidi also creates and markets APS services, membership, and news digitally. Rhoades is the producer and host of APS Stamp Chat and other evolving media relating to the hobby.
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