Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with this ever-popular fun-filled event for everyone! Kids and their families will enjoy performances from Newark, Dickinson, and William Penn High School Aspira Clubs and a variety of Hispanic-inspired art activities. Artwork created by children from LACC’s summer camp to commemorate the celebration will be on view. Delaware Art Museum, October 3rd, 12 p.m.
An original musical written by Scott Mason with music and direction by Joyce Hill Stoner that brings to life the people who fought for and against suffrage in Delaware. Delaware was home to some of the most recognizable figures in the movement and in the early 1900s Delaware would become a fierce battleground in the fight for the 19th amendment. Delaware History Museum, October 5th, 6:30 p.m.
Enjoy a special interview by Lauren Wilson followed by the signing of Judge Hatchett’s new book, DARE TO TAKE CHARGE. The feisty Judge Hatchett has delighted TV audiences with her unique brand of justice, using real life stories from the courtroom and her personal life to provide a caring counsel. Christina Cultural Arts Center, Inc. October 6th, 3:30 p.m.
Vital records of birth, marriage, and death allow us to document the dates and parent-child relationships of each generation in a family tree. As primary sources these records offer dates and places of the event, parent names, and places of origin. Information from these documents can help lead a researcher to other valuable records. This presentation will include visual examples and handouts concerning where to locate these genealogical gems, and how to utilize the information they contain. Delaware Public Archives, October 2nd, 10:30 a.m.