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Women's Work Weekend

Saturday, August 19 & Sunday, August 20, 10:00 am - 4:00pm
 

Where did women work during colonial times? The answer is everywhere!  While women’s work in the domestic sphere was critical, women were active contributors to the Maryland economy in other ways, too. They owned businesses, ran taverns, worked as midwives and made medicines, and much more.
 

Here is your chance to explore what work was really like for women in the 18th century:  Meet tradeswomen like blacksmiths, lacemakers, herbalists, spinners, and printers. Enjoy a variety of demonstrations by living historians and take home a craft of your own!

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Women's Work Weekend Schedule of Events

Ongoing (10am-4pm)

Historic Tradeswomen: demonstrations and activities

Free take-home craft: block printing

Explore the historic William Brown House

Saturday and Sunday

10 am London Town Opens

11 am Historic London Town Tour (Meets at the Visitor Center)

1:30 pm Garden Tour  (Meets at the Visitor Center)

2:30 pm Historic London Town Tour (Meets at the Visitor Center)

4 pm London Town Closes

Premium Crafts

Tickets $3 at front desk

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Saturday: Make your own Paste Paper

10:30am-12:00pm

2:00-3:30pm

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Sunday: Make your own Candles

10:30am-12:00pm

2:00-3:30pm

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