During the fourth installment of the Adirondack Museum’s Cabin Fever Sundays series, a panel of writers will share stories of extraordinary women who have lived and worked in the Adirondacks, including Kate Field, Barbara McMartin, Anna Newman, and Amy Farrell.
The panel will be moderated by Adirondack Life editor Niki Kourofsky and panelists will include writers Jess Collier, who will discuss 19th century Adirondacker Anna Newman; Sandra Weber, who will share stories of Kate Field; Lorraine Duvall, who will discuss histroian Barbara McMartin; and Noelle Short, who will be share stories of Amy Farrell and Anne Fleck.
“Fierce and Forever-Wild” will begin at 1:30 pm on Sunday, March 13, 2016 in the Adirondack Museum’s Auditorium, 9097 State Route 30, in Blue Mountain Lake. Admission is free for museum members, students, and children; $5 for non-members. Refreshments will be served.
The next installment of the Cabin Fever Sundays lecture series will include “Trudeau’s Rare Romance and Roger’s Hotel Hope” with Mary Hotaling and Amy Catania at 1:30 pm, Sunday, April 3. They will explore the histories, treatments, and personal stories of patients at the Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium and Will Rogers Memorial Hospital.
To learn more about this season’s Cabin Fever Sundays winter lectures, call the Adirondack Museum at (518) 352-7311 or find a complete description of all the Museum’s programs at the Adirondack Museum’s website.
Nellie Staves of Tupper Lake needs to be included in this. A true Adirondacker woman.
Would love to be there to hear author Lorraine Duvall.
Looks like a great program
For anyone who was unable to attend last Sunday’s Cabin Fever program, “Fierce and Forever-Wild: Adirondack Women,” now you can watch it online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mw8OHEc4nU