History Happy Hour: Spiritualists and Suffragettes of Green-Wood
Tuesday, July 7, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Discover the connection between nineteenth-century Spiritualism and the Women’s Rights Movement in New York’s foremost Victorian-era cemetery, Green-Wood. With a focus on the evolution and legacy of Spiritualism, this discussion explores the era’s obsession with communing with the dead and explores how this spiritual curiosity operated hand in hand with the push for women’s equality.
$5/Free for members. While we can’t actually bring the bar or the drinks to you, we can offer some history on tap! Bring your own beverage–why not try our recommended cocktail of the evening–and raise a glass to the past as we stay connected through our latest series, History Happy Hour.
This History Happy Hour’s suggested drink accompaniment is Rooftop Lemonade. On the day of the program, participants will receive a recipe along with a Zoom link and access code.