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National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House

Come and see the place Susan B. Anthony called home during the most politically active period of her life. Stand in the front parlor where she was arrested for voting in 1872. Experience her amazing story of courage and determination at this National Historic Landmark.

Facility Info

  • Reception Capacity 45
  • Banquet Capacity 35

July 22, 2017

Celebrate Suffragist City with a special open house of the exhibit “Because of Women Like Her…Winning the Vote in New York State,” open to the public.

Location: Harold Hacker Hall, Central Library

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Recurring weekly on Sunday, Saturday until July 23, 2017

This year’s Ganondagan’s Native American Dance & Music Festival will feature the Akwesasne Women Singers, an important cultural group for the Mohawk and Haudenosaunee (Iroquois). Featuring other

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Recurring weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until October 14, 2017

The Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County is hosting a major exhibition on the 1st floor of the Rundel Memorial Building from June 2 – October 14, 2017. Featuring artifacts from many of

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Recurring weekly on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday until July 22, 2017

Join us for a weeklong navigational celebration along the Erie Canal/Votes for Women Trail. Rented canal boats (at least 3) will carry historical re-enactors and others from Seneca Falls to Rochester;

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July 31, 2017

Teresa Wood will introduce children to the suffragete movement in NY through the story of American Girl Doll, Samantha. Samantha’s stories take place in 1904 and she learns at a suffragette meeting

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August 9, 2017

Mossa dancers will be honoring great women in history at the Pittsford Library! They performed last year at the Rochester Fringe Festival and will be returning in 2017. Dancers will bring the

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October 21, 2017

Come meet with suffragist and civil rights activist Susan B. Anthony! Learn about social conditions in 1880 and Miss Anthony’s participation in the fight for women’s rights, abolition, and

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