Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, Woman's Suffrage in Kaysville, and the 150th Anniversary of Woman's vote in Utah. We, too, remember the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.
Guests are invited to visit the exhibit in the lobby of the Fruit Height City Building July through September 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday. Learn about two people with one goal, Fruit Heights' own suffragist, Ada Mazilla Evans Williams and activist Mae Timbimboo Parry.
Masks are encouraged. Be safe.
Visitors will also be able to see the exhibits in shop windows between Center Street and 100 North on the west side of Main Street in Kaysville's old town through July - notice that Facebook's 14 day event limit doesn't apply. A walking tour of Main Street will be available. Look for the announcement of the winners of the junior high essay contest with details of an elementary coloring contest coming up. More events are planned, pandemic allowing.
Presented by Kaysville - Fruit Heights Museum of History and Art with thanks to Better Days 2020, Fruit Heights City and Kaysville City's HERitage City Equal Suffrage Proclamation 2020.