Kjirsten Gustavason, Interpretive Programs Coordinator at Peebles Island Resource Center, NYS Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation, will present a lecture that will cover women's undergarments and clothing in 1905 and how they reflected and effected everyday life for women of the time.
The event is free with paid admission. A half-price fee of $7.50/person begins at 2 pm.September 29, 2:30 pm, Climate Change: The Changing Landscape
Ram Shrivastava and Bruce Gilman will give a talk about Climate Change and Landscape, followed by a community conversation on the same topic. This program will engage the community, inviting participants to consider and discuss the effects of climate change on the local landscape, including changes over the past 100 years and the expected changes to local landscape going forward. This special program, while different from our others, brings important and significant content to the community. The community conversation will give the audience a chance to participate, ask questions, learn, and find ways to effect change within their own community.
The event is free with paid admission. A half-price fee of $7.50/person begins at 2 pm.October 13, 2:30 pm, Sojourner Truth Tells it Like it Is
Eunice White will reenact speeches by abolitionist, suffragist, and civil-rights activist, Sojourner Truth, including her famous “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech. The event is free with paid admission. The event is free with paid admission. A half-price fee of $7.50/person begins at 2 pm. Co-Sponsored with 1816 Farmington Quaker Meeting House.
No pre-paid tickets are available for these events. Please buy park admission at the Sonnenberg Admissions booth.Sponsors: We would like to thank all our wonderful sponsors who have helped to make this event possible!