March Family FUNday

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In Celebration of Women’s History Month

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March Family FUNday

at the

Norwalk Historical Society Museum

Sunday, March 26, 2017

1:00 – 2:00pm

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Storytelling and Crafting

A FUN way to learn about women’s history!

Perfect for children ages 5 – 12

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Local story teller, Dr. Darla Shaw will weave historical tales about Alice Paul, a courageous young lady who help get women the right to vote.

Children will create a parade hat with pictures celebrating causes important to them

Followed by a parade around the Museum!

About Dr. Darla Shaw

Dr. Darla Shaw is a professor of Education and Women’s studies at Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) in Danbury, CT.  She has portrayed Alice Paul, the strongest advocate for women’s right to vote, at Seneca Falls National Women’s Museum, Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), Danbury Women’s Club, local schools, and on Alice Paul Day in Ridgefield, CT, where Alice lived for many years.  Dr. Shaw has played the role of various women through out history. For the past seven years, she has played one of the ghostly spirits in the Norwalk Historical Society’s “A Haunting at Mill Hill” event held in October.

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Admission: $3/person, maximum $15/family.  Payable at the door

Registration required as space is limited: info@norwalkhistoricalsociety.org or 203-846-0525

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VENUE


Norwalk Historical Society Museum
141 East Avenue
Parking available in the Norwalk City Hall parking lot at 125 East Avenue.

The Museum is in the red brick house with double blue front doors, next to the Norwalk Health Department