200 Years of Women’s Activism
For 200 years Norwich women have advocated for change, taken a stand, and contributed to our community. Abolition, temperance, and the right to vote are just some of the causes. They have sewn, knitted, and quilted. They have marched, petitioned, debated, and raised funds. They have fought for their rights and voices, and while doing so have crafted a better world.
Exhibit opens: February 20, 5 – 7 p.m. and runs through Thanksgiving. Open hours: Wednesdays, Thursdays, summer Saturdays from 10 – noon; and by appointment. The exhibit is currently closed due to Covid-19 and will reopen when possible.