Alice Paul, Suffragette

June 26/SCHWENKSVILLE –  7 p.m. at Pennypacker Mills.  The author of the equal rights amendment and the driving force behind women’s obtaining the right to vote in 1920. Ms. Paul will describe her experiences as a suffragette and bring home the importance of the cause the guided her whole life. Actress Alisa Dupuy will portray Alice Paul in this first-person program. She began her business as a labor of love that grew out of a desire to study history, wear the fashions of different eras and bring history to life in a lively and fun way. History doesn’t have to be boring! Alisa is also an accomplished middle school teacher who speaks five languages. Our presenter will perform from the mansion porch. Please bring a chair or blanket to sit on the lawn. Wear a mask and social distance. Fun for all ages. Admission is free. >MORE

The Bumper Jacksons

July 3/HAULEY – 6-8 p.m. at Harmony in the Woods. The Bumper Jacksons elegantly balance paying homage to the traditions while fashioning their own unique, playful style. The group began as a duo, a city-meets-country experiment between songstress Jess Eliot Myhre and banjo player Chris Ousley. Quickly growing into a fiery five-piece, with horns and pedal steel, they now tour internationally, and have been honored multiple times as the Mid-Atlantic’s “Artist of the Year,”  “Best Country/Americana Band” & “Best Folk Band” at the Washington Area Music Awards. The success of the band’s last three albums – I’ve Never Met A Stranger (2017), Too Big World (2015) and Sweet Mama, Sweet Daddy Come In (2014)– demonstrate the ongoing refinement of their scrappy-yet-elegant sound that dives deep for the caramel core of Americana. >MORE
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