It was ninety years ago

It was ninety years ago that the “Susan B. Anthony Amendment” was added to the U.S. Constitution, granting women the right to vote in this country. Join the Susan B. Anthony House, Hochstein School of Music, and the Susan B. Anthony Neighborhood Association on Saturday, August 21, 2010 for the 19th Amendment Festival!! Festivities begin at 11 am in Susan B. Anthony Square, the park where Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass are spotted having tea!

Read Deborah L. Hughes’ essay on the 19th Amendment, published in the Democrat & Chronicle, Right to Vote Carries Weighty Legacy,

Lunch & Lecture Series

Our popular Lunch & Lecture Series returns for its eighth year with a terrific line-up of speakers and topics. View the entire series of lectures this year and register for one or more of them here!

Leading off the series this year is Peter A. Wisbey, independent curator and history, who will share with us “Seward, Tubman, and Wright: The Community of Conscience in Auburn, NY” on September 27, 2010. You will love Peter’s extensive knowledge of Auburn’s people and history and his gift for bringing it all to life for his audience. Make your reservation now!

Volunteer at the Susan B. Anthony House!

A special invitation from the Susan B. Anthony House!
Join the best team of volunteers anywhere!
Help in one or more of these ways:
* guide tours
* greet visitors
* assist in the museum shop
* facilitate inspiration programs for children, young people, Girl
Scouts, older adults, or people in transition.
Sign up now for training this fall!
Sessions to be held on October 9, 16, 23 from 9 am to 11 am in the Carriage House behind the Visitors Center at 19 Madison Street, Rochester.
Registration is required. Please call 585-235-6124, ext. 16.
Be inspired… inspiring… the Susan B. Anthony House!