Girl who ran for president to be matter of Land Workplace discuss
BATAVIA – Native researcher and genealogist Joyce Thompson-Hovey will share the story of a Niagara County girl who ran for president in 1884.
The discuss, a part of the Museum’s Visitor Speaker Collection, is scheduled for 7 p.m. Might 11.
The topic of the discuss, Belva Lockwoood, was a local of Royalton and ran on the Equal Rights Celebration ticket.
Admission is $3 ($2 for museum members).
The Visitor Speaker Collection is made potential with funds from the statewide Group Regrant Program, a regrant program of the state council on the Arts.
The Museum’s subsequent “Trivia Night time,” scheduled for 7 p.m. Might 12, will characteristic the Lewis & Clark Expedition. The subject was chosen to rejoice their preliminary departure into the realm often called the Louisiana Buy.
Admission is $3 per particular person or $2 for museum members. Contact the museum if you need to attend.