History After Hours

History After Hours

Grab a bite and sip on a specialty cocktail, while exploring Any Great Change, our women’s suffrage exhibition, in the historic Swan House.

Enjoy the main event, an exclusive performance of Walking Through the Valley. Set in 1963, a young activist is asked by the "powers that be” to alter the language in a speech he’s written for what will become an historic event. He envisions a conversation with four iconic freedom fighters in an effort to decide whether a compromise will best serve the greater good.

After a talkback with playwright Addae Moon and the actors, guests are invited back to the museum for whiskey and coffee. History After Hours attendees will have first access to our newest exhibition Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow.

Tickets are $20 for not-yet members, $15 for members.

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