Langhorn invites women of all ages to join march in honor of 19th Amendment – thereporteronline

Langhorn-Bora – In 2020, the Langhorn Arts Council, together with the Langhorn Century Committee, have scheduled events for the year to mark the adoption of the 19th Amendment, which guaranteed women the right to vote.

Then came the pandemic.

Postponed but not intimidated, the LCA postpones all activities to 2022!

To kick off the celebration, the LCA invites women and girls of all ages together to march together at a memorial service in Langhorne on Monday, May 30, beginning at 9 p.m. The women’s brigade will be issued badges honoring women from 1860 to 1920 who fought and sacrificed for women’s suffrage.

If you are interested in joining the women’s team, email LanghorneArtsEvents@gmail.com to have the LCA explain the details to you. Wondering but can’t walk the parade route? No problem! You can ride an antique Cadillac convertible! Just report to the LCA in advance.

Other events scheduled for summer and fall include the Toast for Perseverance and Dedication to Women’s Mural in August, the Women’s Historical Film Festival in September and the theatrical performance of one woman as a leading light in women’s rights in October.

And right now you can learn about some amazing and perfect women from Bucks County by visiting www.LanghorneArts.org and clicking on “Women”.

Help the LCA spread the word by sharing it with your mothers and daughters, grandparents, sisters, cousins, neighbors, friends, scout and youth group leaders, teachers, and anyone who values ​​women’s history.

For more information, write to www.LanghorneArtsEvents@gmail.com.


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