OHIO WOMEN THEN AND NOW -- Series Package
Join us for an exclusive fundraising event: OHIO WOMEN, THEN AND NOW -- A series of programs celebrating women's history month with a different presentation each week. Sponsored by Women Making Moves and Eden Valley, each week will spotlight an historic heroine! The presentations will take place at 7p.m. and will include the show and light refreshments. Each week will be a different topic at a different location at Cuyahoga Community and Lorain County Community College.
Series Ticket includes a ticket for ALL four programs or you can purchase tickets for individual events:
- Tuesday, March 3 at Lorain County Community College: Alisa Riccardi will portray Cleveland photographer, Margaret Bourke-White – famous WWII photo-journalist and the first accredited female war correspondent. (Buy tickets for Meet Margaret Bourke-White.)
- Thursday, March 13 at Tri-C East: find out about Eleanor Roosevelt when Kathie Dice brings this famous first lady to life. (Buy tickets for Meet Eleanor Roosevelt.)
- Thursday, March 20 at Tri-C West/Parma: Anne McEvoy will bring Ohio's persistent presidential candidate Victoria Woodhull to life. (Buy tickets for Meet Victoria Woodhull.)
- Thursday, March 27 at Tri-C Westshore: Our series closes with an overview of some famous female history makers presented by Betty Zak who will introduce us to such historic heroines as Katherine Lee Bates – Educator, Author, Poet; Ohio Sharp-shooter, Annie Oakley and Maya Lin - Ohio Architect and Designer of the Vietnam Memorial. (Buy tickets for Meet Six Who Made A Difference.)
All proceeds are going to benefit the activities of Women Making Moves (The leading professional networking resource for today’s businesswoman which provides opportunities for building strategic relationships, sharing knowledge, and increasing cultural awareness to stimulate professional and personal growth) and Eden Valley Enterprises (Northeast Ohio's leading presenter of historical programming for groups of all sizes). Women Making Moves has joined Eden Valley as a partner in creating a PBS Documentary about Ohioan Emma Gatewood -- the first woman to solo thru-hike the Appalachian Trail in 1955 at the age of 67!
Buy a series ticket and save money and see FOUR great shows and support TWO good causes!
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes, you need bring your ticket with you.
What is the refund policy?
These tickets are tax-deductible donations; therefore, refunds will not be available.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You can reach Eden Valley directly at http://edenvalleyenterprises.org/contact.htm
Tickets for these performances are available separately if you can't make all four, but we hope you'll join us for ALL these historical tales!
Eden Valley Enterprises
Eden Valley Enterprises (EVE) is dedicated to providing unique educational experiences. Our philosophy is that learning and doing are fun and our basic tool is theatre. While we specialize in living history programs, storytelling, and musical trips back in time, we are equally adept at other kinds of programs. Since it's opening in 1977, EVE has created more than thirty original programs for organizations including The Western Reserve Historical Society, the Great Lakes Historical Society, the Steamship William G. Mather Museum and Roscoe Village.