Suffrage Centennial, Women’s Rights, and Voting Rights Events
We do our best to keep this calendar of suffrage events current. Please double check with the venue that events are still taking place as scheduled.
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This historical crime novel provides insights into the lives of women in colonial Plymouth; from governor’s wife to servant, status influences the characters’ perceptions of the same incident. This discussion is part of a three-part series facilitated by Duxbury Rural and Historical Society Archivist and Historian, Carolyn Ravenscroft.
Free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required.
GFWC Taunton and Raynham Jr. Women’s Club Presents Suffrage-Centennial Tea-In-A-Bag
Pick up 1:00 – 3:00 P.M.
Three course take home tea includes china tea cup & saucer, FREE drawing & Basket Raffle
Ticket purchase DEADLINE May 7th.
Call 774-218-1456 or buy with VENMO: Taunton Juniors
Film screening with a live Q and A. Learn about Blanche Ames, a leader of the Suffrage movement in MA.
Borderland: The Life and Times of Blanche Ames Ames, will proudly be shown in partnership with History At Play!
Tickets will be available on their website: http://www.judithkalaora.com/contact.html
Pay-What-You-Can per Viewer (suggested fee is $10-$25)
Pay-Per-HAP (PPH) episodes are viewable for 48 hours after livestream. On Friday evening, the episode begins, with historically-themed music, at 7:15 PM ET (GMT-5). The performance begins 7:30 PM ET (GMT-5).
Box office closes 8:00 PM ET on the Sunday following the livestream. The recorded program is viewable through Sunday evening at 11:59pm ET.
NO REFUNDS. NO TRANSFERS.
Instructions sent via Eventbrite upon ticket purchase!