- Make your own arrangements at local hotels, a bed and breakfast, etc., in the area.
- Limited overnight camping at Pete’s Area, Cayuga Lake State Park, $2 per person (select during online event registration)
Open to the public.
Saturday, July 18, 2020
12 N. Park St.
Cost: $20 per person
Attendees must register in advance!
Registration opens February 17, 2020.
This special celebration commemorates the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, granting American women the right to vote—a right known as women’s suffrage. We will honor the impact of the suffrage movement in New York State while celebrating how girls of today carry the torch of equal rights through civic engagement. Participating in this extraordinary event gives girls the opportunity to not only learn about past achievements made by women, but also empowers them to speak up, take action and advocate for issues they are passionate about in today’s world.
The event schedule is girl-led and allows girls to pick and choose which sessions and activities they wish to attend. (Please note: all sessions require pre-registration due to limited seating capacity.)
The convention features speakers and programs on equality, leadership, empowerment, history of women’s rights, the suffrage movement and the Girl Scout Movement.
Three Programs Facilitated by the Alice Paul
The Alice Paul Institute educates the public about the life and work of Alice Stokes Paul (1885-1977) and offers heritage and girls' leadership development programs at Paulsdale, her home and a National Historic Landmark. Alice Paul led the final fight to get women the vote and wrote the Equal Rights Amendment. We honor her legacy as a role model of leadership in the continuing quest for equality.
Special Performance by Living Voices
About the Suffrage Movement
Living Voices is an educational theatre company that combines dynamic performance and archival film to bring life to history!
Breakout Sessions with Global Action Award Members
The GSNYPENN team will work with attendees to help them earn their Girl Scout Global Action Award.
Meet Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Melinda Grube, PhD, a descendant of a Seneca Falls abolitionist family, has followed an educational path inspired by women’s rights history. Dr. Grube is an adjunct lecturer of history at Cayuga Community College and has portrayed Ms. Stanton for educational programs, lectures and events in Seneca Falls and throughout New York State for more than a decade.
Plan Your Visit to Seneca Falls
- Town of Seneca Falls
- Seneca County Chamber of Commerce ("Living Here" tab for places to eat and stay)
*Refund policy: No refunds will be given.
*This event will be photographed and/or filmed by GSNYPENN and authorized parties. Your attendance/admission serves as permission for use of these images by these entities.
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