Shaker Museum | Mount Lebanon's Executive Director Lacy Schutz will be participating in the "Not Talk Back Salon Series" at Hudson Hall on November 12.
The talk will immediately follow the 4:00pm opera The Mother of Us All (1947) (buy tickets here). Members of the cast will join Schutz and local historian Carole Osterink to discuss local suffrage, abolitionism, and gender equality. Event details directly from Hudson Hall's website are available below.
Sunday, November 12
FREE! – 6-7:30pm: *NTB – LOCAL SUFFRAGE + ABOLITIONISM + GENDER EQUALITY: Local historian Carole Osterink + Lacy Schutz, Executive Director, Shaker Museum + Members of the Cast
The Gossips of Rivertown blogger and local historian Carole Osterink digs deep under the layers of Hudson’s colorful history to reveal how the past often plays a key role in the development of our city’s present and future. Together with the Executive Director of the Shaker Museum, Lacy Schutz, and members of the cast of The Mother of Us All, Osterink shares details of Hudson’s fascinating part to play in the story of women’s suffrage, abolitionism and gender equality.
Sunday, November 12, 2017
- 3-8pm: POP UP CANTEEN by Lil’ Debs Oasis + EXPERIMENTAL READING ROOM
- 4-6pm: THE MOTHER OF US ALL #2 (ticketed)
- 6-7:30pm: "Not Talk Back Salon Series" featuring Lacy Schutz
- "Not Talk Back Salon Series" is FREE
- To purchase tickets to the 4:00PM opera, click here.