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A Night at the Public House: Let Them Vote!

March 21 @ 5:30 am - 7:00 am

Hike up your petticoats and join us in Hartford for A Night at the Public House: Let Them Vote! Pulitzer Prize -winning journalist (and special guests from Sea Tea Improv) will be on hand to tell the story of Isabella Beecher Hooker and the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association’s fight for the enfranchisement of women in Connecticut. Learn more about Isabella and her work to change laws regarding women’s rights to vote and own property.

Thomas Hooker Brewery will be onsite with a cash bar and the famous courtroom in Connecticut’s Old State House will turn into a public house — a pub if you prefer. Public house style refreshments will be served.

This event is FREE and open to the public. Registration for A Night at the Public House: Let Them Vote! is not required but encouraged! For tickets copy or click this link: https://bit.ly/CTOSHLetThemVote

Parking available at State House Square Parking Garage, located at 55 Market Street is only $5 with a validated ticket.Please present your parking ticket to the museum’s Visitor Services desk forvalidation. Free on-street parking is available after 6:00 pm. For moreinformation, please call (860) 522.6766.

About Susan Campbell

Susan Campbell is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, a widely-read newspaper columnist, and the author of three books. She has worked across the media landscape as an award-winning print journalist, a regular commentator on WNPR, and a guest on CBS’ “Sunday Morning,” the BBC, WTNH-TV, and the local news show “Face the State.” She was also part of the Connecticut Health Investigative Team, an award-winning health and safety website.

Her work at The Hartford Courant – where she was a staff writer and columnist for 25 years – was recognized by the National Women’s Political Caucus, the New England Associated Press News Executives, the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, and the Society for Professional Journalists, among numerous other organizations. She’s also written for Connecticut Magazine, Salon.com, the Ms. Foundation blog, and Patheos.com. She currently writes a weekly Sunday column for Hearst newspapers in Connecticut.


March 21
5:30 am - 7:00 am


Connecticut’s Old State House, 800 Main St, Hartford, CT 06103, USA