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Hazelwood Summer Tea-Votes for Women!
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Location: Hazelwood Historic House Museum
Time: 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
1008 S. Monroe Ave.
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Enjoy a delicious dessert and a refreshing cup of lemonade or hot or cold tea in Hazelwood’s beautiful backyard. Participate in the program led by the League of Women Voters of Greater Green Bay as they discuss fighting for women’s right to vote during the early 20th century in Green Bay!
In addition, the American Association of University Women Green Bay Area Branch’s book: Women of Northeastern Wisconsin Dreamers and Doers, Volume II will be available for purchase at $20.00. This publication includes both historical and contemporary women who have made contributions to the broader community.
Cost is $25 per person and advanced reservations are required.
Due to limited parking at Hazelwood, we ask attendees to park on West Eliza Street or in the Aldo Leopold Elementary parking lot. Those attendees with disabilities are welcome to park in the Hazelwood lot.
Join the Brown County Historical Society at Hazelwood Historic House as they host Votes For Women: A Celebration of the 19th Amendment! tea.Visit our website Add To Itinerary