https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-feeding-boston-tickets-301414558057 The Loring Greenough House
12 South Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
History, Lectures & Conferences
Join the Loring Greenough House for a virtual talk about the women who helped to feed Boston-area denizens throughout history
All through Boston’s history, women have had a multifaceted impact on society’s relationship with food. From farming and shellfish gathering by the Massachusett tribe to serving tavern patrons during colonial times to the establishment of restaurants by European immigrants and migrants from the American South, women have taken a prime role in providing sustenance to our communities. Join us for a Loring Greenough House virtual event on Thursday, April 7 at 7 p.m. about the women who helped to feed Boston-area denizens by Mia McMorris, creator of the “Women Feeding Boston Tour.” McMorris will discuss some of the key figures featured on the tour, which is part of the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail.
Tickets online now: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-feeding-boston-tickets-301414558057
Tickets are $5 for Loring Greenough House members, $8 for nonmembers. Registrants will receive the Zoom link information in your order confirmation and on the morning of the presentation.
Established in 1989, the Boston Women’s Heritage Trail works to give women their rightful place in Boston’s history by researching and sharing the stories of their contributions. To learn more about the trail, visit bwht.org.
Mia McMorris is a Boston Women’s Heritage Trail board member. She holds a master’s degree in public history from the University of Massachusetts Boston. Originally from Kingston, Jamaica, she worked as a researcher attached to the University of the West Indies, Mona, History and Archaeology Department. Coming from a family of historians, she is devoted to telling the stories of women and is interested in learning more about the women of Boston and New England.
The Jamaica Plain Tuesday Club is a community-based educational and social organization dedicated to improving the lives of our neighbors through historical, cultural and educational activities. The Club, founded in 1896, preserves the historic Loring-Greenough House (built in 1760) and its grounds for the people of Jamaica Plain. For more information please visit www.loring-greenough.org
**Individual Membership holders are entitled to one ticket at members-only price, Family Memberships can purchase two tickets at members-only price. All additional Tickets must be purchased at General Admission price.
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