Join us for this FREE virtual event: The 22nd Annual Chautauqua More Info
Program on the travel and vacation guidebook for people of color during the segregation era
Activities honor and celebrate women’s lives and historic achievements.
Program explores Washington’s 110 Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior and discusses how they were practiced by subsequent American presidents together with their relevance to contemporary American politics.
Highlights include programs on the Underground Railroad, Black recording artists and record labels from the early 20th century, and First African Baptist Church cemeteries in Philadelphia.
Highlights include activities celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, early jazz and the Avery’s Rest archaeological site.
Event to feature decorations and children’s craft activities, plus self-guided tours of the home and refreshments.
Eleven holiday-themed activities among the programs to be offered.
Lead historic-site-interpreter Gavin Malone will portray a World War I veteran discussing the differences in American society between the 1910s and the early 1920s.
Event cancelled due to anticipated heavy rain and wind.
Program cancelled based on anticipated heavy rain and wind.