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22nd Annual Chautauqua

Thursday September 10, 2020 – Friday September 11, 2020AND,Saturday September 19, 2020 – Sunday September 20, 2020 *Programs – Virtual via Zoom *Entertaining & Educational *Experiences for All Ages *Interact with Historical Legends! All programs are free and open to the first 100 registrants! NOTE: this event is being held through Zoom. You MUST REGISTER […]




September 20th Schedule of Events

New Castle Courthouse Museum Facebook livestream and Zoom– Sunday, September 20th All programs are free and open to the first 100 registrants. Daughters of Freedom—1:00pm A New Castle women’s vocal ensemble performing songs of suffrage and prohibition. The ensemble is directed by Kathleen Shannon, Professor of Choral Music, Temple University and Chorus Master, York Symphony […]




September 11th Schedule of Events

Zwaanendael Facebook livestream and Zoom– Friday, September 11th All programs are free and open to the first 100 registrants. “Women Working Towards Suffrage” –12:00 pm Kathy Ruth, Chair of the Civic Engagement and Outreach Program, GFWC Zwaanendael Women’s Club, along with members of the Zwaanendael Women’s Club will present costumed short profiles of women working towards suffrage. Learn about […]




September 19th Schedule of Events

New Castle Courthouse Museum Facebook livestream and Zoom– Saturday, September 19th All programs are free and open to the first 100 registrants. Daughters of Freedom—1:00 pm  A New Castle women’s vocal ensemble performing songs of suffrage and prohibition. The ensemble is directed by Kathleen Shannon, Professor of Choral Music, Temple University and Chorus Master, York […]




September 10th Schedule of Events

Zwaanendael Facebook livestream and Zoom– Thursday, September 10th All programs are free and open to the first 100 registrants. “What is the DAR”  – 12:00 pm A presentation explaining how the DAR came into existence and how it supported the women’s suffrage cause by DAR board member and author, Denise Clemons of Lewes.  Denise Clemons […]





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