Join us for a free evening of arts and cultural programming and visit our Museum galleries during special extended hours from 5 until 9 pm. This month we explore the fascinating history of women on the water.
5 – 9 pm: Visit our exhibitions, including Antwerp=America, Eugeen Van Mieghem and the Emigrants of the Red Star Line, featuring evocative portraits of women and men as they embarked on a transatlantic journey.
5 – 8 pm: Family Fun: Shiver Me Timbers…A museum educator reads Cornelia Funke’s new book, Pirate Girl. Learn about the ways of pirates and make your own pirate-inspired craft to take home.
7 pm: Lecture: Water Women. Join us as Kathleen Hulser, public historian of the New York Historical Society, explores the little-known history of women at sea.
Public Programs Manager
South Street Seaport Musuem
12 Fulton Street
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