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Create your own sashes in the style of 19th. Century Suffragists while hearing about the role fashion played in the suffrage movement and then we invite all participants to march in honor of the history of the Suffragettes in Thompson's Annual Memorial Day Parade on May 25th.  Thompson Recreation & Historic New England host this free and first of nine events.  
  

The sash was a major symbol of the movement, and this idea of maintaining one's femininity as a suffragette.  The colors all had meaning (purple - loyalty, gold - represents the work of suffragettes like Stanton, who adopted the color of the Kansas flower (Sunflower). White represents purity.  

Wearing the Sash made one immediately identifiable as a suffragette.

This event is free to the public, but pre-registration is required.  



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Suffrage Sash Making Workshop 
7 - 101  N/A  Th  05/14/2020
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Thompson Public Library/Community Center
$0.00 Res, $0.00 Non-Res
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