Betty Intagliata Lecture Series Fall 2020: Carrie Chapman Catt
ONLINE-ONLY VIDEO PRESENTATION: "CARRIE CHAPMAN CATT" BY KATHRYN CHESLEY October 20, 2020 (Link will be posted when presentation is available for viewing.) Catt represents a new generation of suffragists. She led the fight for the final vote in the state of Tennessee! Kathryn hails from Sarasota and does many re-enactments. The Betty Intagliata Lecture Series: ... Read more...
Betty Intagliata Lecture Series Fall 2020: The New Generation of Suffragists
ONLINE-ONLY VIDEO PRESENTATION: November 17, 2020: "The New Generation of Suffragists Who Carried the Ball Over the Goal Line." Phyllis Vogel, Program Chair, League of Women Voters, Sarasota. (Link will be posted when presentation is available for viewing.) The Betty Intagliata Lecture Series: Theme for 2020: "Women Get the Vote." The 19th Amendment to the ... Read more...
Designing Sarasota: An Architectural HistoryCenter for Architecture Sarasota 265 S Orange Avenue, Sarasota, FL
An exhibit of Sarasota’s unique architecture, from the earliest native Americans, through the settlement and early development of Sarasota to the international fame of the Sarasota School of Architecture and today’s talented architects. This exhibit is designed for visitors and area residents alike. See how environmental factors helped create a unique type of architecture. Get ... Read more...
Creating Sarasota CountyOnline/Virtual Florida
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC The Venice Area Historical Society invites you to view its JANUARY 19, 2021 Lecture/Program which is part of the Betty Intagliata Lecture Series w/permanent funding by the Bill Jervey Jr. Charitable Foundation. THIS IS A VIRTUAL, ON-LINE EVENT. The Historical Society's JANUARY program kicks off the 100th Anniversary of Sarasota ... Read more...
Lecture. The Creation of Sarasota County
PARTNER EVENT FOR MEMBERS & GUESTS Dr. Frank Cassell talks by Zoom to the members of the Friends of the Osprey Junction Trail Head.
Woodmere Lumber CompanyOnline/Virtual Florida
The Venice Area Historical Society invites you to view "Woodmere Lumber Company" by Harry Klinkhamer part of the Betty Intagliata Lecture Series w/permanent funding by the Bill Jervey Jr. Charitable Foundation. THIS IS A VIRTUAL, ON-LINE EVENT. Mr. Klinkhamer, Historical Resources Manager, City of Venice, Florida, presents the history of Englewood's "Woodmere Lumber Company," including ... Read more...
Creating Sarasota County
PARTNER EVENT FOR MEMBERS & GUESTS Dr. Frank Cassell discusses the Creation of Sarasota County with the members of the Lakewood Ranch History Club by Zoom.
“Bertha Palmer in Sarasota”Hertage Oaks Country Club
FOR MEMBERS & GUESTS A lecture by Dr Frank A.Cassell to members of the Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.).
Bertha Palmer and Her Family in Sarasota (Live)Online/Virtual Florida
Learn about the impact of Bertha Palmer and her family on the development of the Sarasota County area, as told by Bertha's biographer Frank A. Cassell, and Bertha herself (Kathryn Chesley). REGISTER HERE
Lecture: Creating Sarasota County
PARTNER EVENT - MEMBERS ONLY Dr. Frank Cassell speaks by Zoom to the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Club, Sarasota-Manatee on the formation of Sarasota County.
Unearthing Freedom on the Shores of the Manatee RiverOnline/Virtual Florida
Uzi Baram, Ph.D will discuss the recent excavations at Manatee Mineral Springs. The event will be via Zoom. Visit the Time Sifters website for details.
The Road to EnglewoodEnglewood Elks Lodge 401 N. Indiana Avenue, Englewood, FL
An honored Englewood tradition returns. The Secret Society of Smoked Mullets has chosen the 2021 honorees for this year’s Smoked Mullet Award and the Englewood Legends’ Award. However, it’s a secret until the Awards breakfast, set for 7:30 a.m. June 18 at the Englewood Elks Lodge, 401 N. Indiana Ave. The intention is to honor ... Read more...
Surviving SarasotaGreen Street Church 510 Indiana Ave, Englewood, FL
Author and Poet Clarissa Thomasson will be speaking at the Green Street Church in Englewood as the Lemon Bay Historical Society again opens this historic building to the public. She will showcase her book Surviving Sarasota which highlights the lives of Sarasota County, Florida's first American settlers. Building a cabin in 1842 on a yellow ... Read more...
Building Sarasota’s Stories: A Public DialogArt Uptown Gallery 1367 Main Street, Sarasota
You Are Invited! Art Uptown Gallery at 1367 Main St. in Sarasota will host a Public Dialogue Sunday, October 3 at 1:00 pm with paintings by Marlane Wurzberg of historic buildings including The Oaks, Ca’ d’Zan, Dr. Joseph Halton’s house, and many others some destroyed and others still standing. The program will include local historian ... Read more...
Suncoast Empire: Bertha Honoré Palmer, Her Family, and the Rise of SarasotaSelby Public Library 1331 1st St,, Sarasota,, FL
Dr. Frank A. Cassell speaks about his research and his book Suncoast Empire: Bertha Honoré Palmer, Her Family, and the Rise of Sarasota. Bertha (as portrayed by Kathryn Chesley) will mingle with the attendees. Books available for sale and author signing. Open to the public but seating is limited. REGISTER HERE
A Look At Historic Preservation and Why It Is Important
Lorrie Muldowney and Dave Baber will talk in layman's terms and will discuss Historic Preservation in Sarasota County. Both are former General Managers of the Sarasota County Department of Historical Resources, and both serve on the Board of the Sarasota Alliance for Historic Preservation (a county-wide organization). The Betty Intagliata Lecture Series is sponsored by ... Read more...
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