Winter Lecture Series - Hoops, Corsets and Yankee Soldiers: How Women Lived in 1860

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Name: Winter Lecture Series - Hoops, Corsets and Yankee Soldiers: How Women Lived in 1860
Date: March 11, 2018
Time: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT
Event Description:
Learn about Southern life, and some of the women who lived it 150 years ago. Hear the amazing story of a Franklin County wife who single-handedly stopped a troop of 100 Union soldiers, and saved countless Confederate lives. Beatrice Iceman, a first-person living history interpreter, will make the 1800s come alive for you. See authentic examples of clothing and jewelry, and listen to how women changed history. 

The Winter Lecture Series is presented by the Friends of Smith Mountain Lake State Park. Proceeds go to help fund educational programs and projects in the park. Additional dates for the 2018 Winter Lecture Series include January 14, February 11, and April 8. 

Ticket prices: Single ticket - $8. Price includes parking. All tickets paid at the door. 

For more information, call 540-297-6066. 
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Location:
Discovery Center
Smith Mountain Lake State Park
Date/Time Information:
March 11 from 3 to 4 pm. 
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Fees/Admission:
The lecture is $8. The price includes parking. All tickets paid at the door. 
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