Women of Wyck

Women’s History Series

Celebrate Women’s History Month at Wyck!

In 2017, Wyck presented its first series of women’s history programs.  Inspired by the wondrous women of Wyck, we strive to continue their legacy of innovation, education, and equality.   Tickets will be available soon and seating is limited.   You may purchase tickets online, or contact us at 215.848.1690/ info@wyck.org to purchase tickets.

Saturday, March 7, 2020 at 2pm

Maggie Kuhn lived only blocks away from Wyck Historic House while she fought tirelessly for elder rights. She started what became known as the “Gray Panthers” after she was forced to retire at the age of 65. The Gray Panthers fought against ageism and for nursing home reform, along with other rights for seniors.

This program will be hosted by Sue Leary, who worked with Ms. Kuhn the last years of her life. Sue Leary is currently the Executive Director of the American Anti-Vivisection Society in Jenkintown, PA.

Additional Programs Info Coming Soon

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