Programs & Events
Check back regularly for updates regarding our upcoming events!
July 3, 2021
Maple Splash Festival
Century Village Museum, Burton, OH
More information forthcoming.
Threads of Equality
Fashion describes more than aesthetically pleasing attire. It has limited women’s roles in society and defined eras of submissiveness and restricted behavior. From corsets to bloomers, women’s emancipation was intimately tied to clothing and style. This program will examine the impact fashion had on women’s clothing and reform movements, including suffrage and social change in America.
March 14, 2020 (Cancelled)
Rabble-Rousing in the Countryside
We hope to reinstate this program that delves into the rich and at times revolutionary 162-year history of the South Newbury Union Chapel and its occupants.
August 23, 2019
Centennial Celebration of the 1919 Suffrage March
A commemoration of the August 23-24, 1919 Suffrage March, from the South Newbury Union Chapel to the historic Centennial Oak tree, in honor of the Newbury Women's Suffrage and Political Club. Richard Dana of Kent State University Ashtabula spoke about the role of local women and men in the suffrage movement and dress reform movement.
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SNUC is proud to partner with and support other Geauga County organizations: