Gomez Mill House Presents Remember The Ladies! - Songs on Women's Suffrage

Hudson Valley singer/songwriters, Lydia Adams Davis, Pat Lamanna and Sharleen Leahey, will perform traditional and original folk songs for this unique program on women’s suffrage. Lydia Adams Davis, a recording artist and singer/songwriter brings the history of folk music to life in North America and France. Her repertoire includes original songs and traditional ballads by such masters as Stephen Foster, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie and Hoagy Carmichael. Visit lydiaadamsdavis.com for more on her historical programs of songs and stories performed in period costume from 1850s to the present. Pat Lamanna is a folksinger/songwriter living in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Steeped in the folk music and folklore of the Catskill Mountains, Pat also writes original songs that have been highly praised by Pete Seeger, Peter Yarrow, David Roth, and others. Her works reflect strong folk influence and speaks to issues of peace, religion, the environment, and other personal interest topics. Learn more at patlamanna.com. Sharleen Leahey writes, sings and records passionate music for personal and planetary transformation. She performs at festivals, libraries, schools and works with activist communities struggling for peace, human rights and environmental justice. Contact: http://www.rumorsofpeace.net

Sunday at Mill House programs are free to the public. A complimentary tour of the House follows the presentation. Light refreshments will be served. The Gomez Mill House Museum and Historic Site is located at 11 Mill House Road, directly off 9W, in Marlboro. General admission to the museum is $10 for adults, $7 for seniors 55 or older, $4 for students with ID and children age 7-17; children under age 5 admitted free. Reservations are required for groups of 10 or more.

For more information contact the Gomez Mill House office at (845) 236-3126 or via email: gomezmillhouse@gomez.org

Sunday, July 23, 2017 -
1 pm to 2 pm
Gomez Mill House
11 Mill House Road
Marlboro
12542
845-236-3126
gomez.org