Join Durand-Hedden on Sunday, March 13, at 2pm for an engaging and informative opportunity to hear the stories of Sojourner Truth, suffragist and abolitionist, as interpreted by Dr. Daisy Century. The event will take place at The Woodland, 60 Woodland Rd in Maplewood. Doors open at 1pm; program begins at 2pm.
Dr. Daisy Century is a historical interpreter based in Philadelphia. This will be her third time joining the Durand-Hedden community. She had previously delighted a full house at Jefferson School as Harriet Tubman and performed at the Durand-Hedden Juneteenth event in 2021.
Following the program at The Woodland, participants will be invited to Durand-Hedden House to visit the house and gardens, view the exhibit Honoring The Hard-Won Fight for Votes for Women, and shop at the Country Store.
Admission to the program as well as to the house and exhibit is free; proof of vaccination and masks are required for all. Please forward this email to friends and neighbors who would enjoy this program. Follow the event on Facebook.
About Durand-Hedden House and Garden
Durand-Hedden House is dedicated to telling the history of the development of Maplewood and the surrounding area in new and engaging ways. It is located in Grasmere Park in Maplewood.
For more information or to arrange group tours call 973-763-7712. You can also visit our website at durandhedden.org and find us on Facebook and Twitter.
The Country Store has unique and affordable gifts for family, friends, and teachers, while benefiting the Durand-Hedden House. The historic-themed selection includes such items as early American children’s games and toys, facsimile documents, quill pens and ink, and pictorial history books about Maplewood.