Matilda Birthday Teas

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Two cousins, one from Texas and Connecticut and one from Virginia, visited the Gage Center in the fall.  In their enthusiasm in learning about her they wanted to come up with a way to spread the word about the work of our amazing Matilda to bring her back to her rightful place in history.  Money raised could go to support the Girls and Boys camps this summer at the Gage Center to further spread the word and continue her legacy.

They envisioned folks all over the country hosting birthday parties for Matilda Joslyn Gage on her birthday, March 24.  Sound like fun?  We all think so.

If you’d like to host your own birthday celebration, just fill out  the Hosting Interest Form.

and email it back to 

We’ll get party planning information to you.  As you peruse our website you will realize that all of Matilda Joslyn Gage’s work continues to be relevant today. The cousins also thought it  would be good to supply you  with information for one possible discussion area at your  party, so you’ll get  information on trafficking, that prevalent form of slavery  that Gage exposed in 1893.

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