Join us on Wednesday, July 28th for the second installment of the Erie County Bicentennial Heritage Commemoration Series at the Roycroft Campus featuring Trailblazing Women of WNY!
This program is free to the public and will feature musical performances by Buffalo Girlchoir and Daughters of Creative Sound, along with a panel discussion moderated by Karen King, PhD., Commissioner of Public Advocacy for Erie County, with the following speakers discussing the impact women of WNY have made on social change:
Amizetta Haj, speaking on Alice Hubbard
Dr. Lillian Williams, speaking on Mary Talbert
Kelly Hayes McAlonie, speaking on Louise Bethune
Dr. Lori Quigley, speaking on Geraldine Sid Tah Green
Flying Bison Brewing Company will be onsite offering beer tastings, and the Roycroft Inn will be open for additional food/beverage.
The event will take place on the Roycroft Campus’ Great Lawn from 6-8pm. 31 South Grove St. in East Aurora. Gates open at 5:30pm.
Attendees should bring their own blankets/chairs and may also bring their own refreshments; please observe a carry-in/carry-out policy for food/trash.
This event is presented by the office of Erie County Executive, Mark Poloncarz, and hosted by the Roycroft Campus.