A Road Scholar Program by Nancy L. Huse
This is a first-person Chautauqua-style interpretation of Beatrix Potter and her multiple accomplishments. Potter, over various life stages, describes herself as a writer, artist, scientist, and a philanthropist. She dramatizes her role as a woman who impacted the ‘domestic landscape’ of children’s books and rural England.
This event is Free and Open to the public. For more information, please contact Claire Ploegman, Assistant Director, 618.534.1483.