- Date & Time
- 03/10/2018 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM
- Fee Information
- Where ship admission applies: adults are $10 and 15 and under, national park pass holders, and active military with current I.D. are free.
- Contact Us
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Petticoat Progressives And Lost Masters: Women Artists Of Aquatic Park
Saturday, March 10, 10:30am. Meets in the Argonaut Hotel lobby, 495 Jefferson Street. No fee.
Viewed from a satellite perspective, Aquatic Park stands out from other nearby structures along the waterfront. Discover the unique aspects of this historic district’s architectural and artistic design and learn about one of the first political contests in San Francisco which pitted the organized women’s vote against the captains of industry. Rangers will also explore the “lost” women artists who worked on the Aquatic Park Bathhouse Building for the New Deal’s Federal Artists Project.
Suffragette March and Ladies Salon
Saturday, March 10, Noon and repeated at 3:00pm. On Hyde Street Pier and in the Lewis Ark houseboat. No fee.
Turn back the clock to 1901 and experience a costumed reenactment of a suffragette march in support of votes for women. At 2:00pm, join a salon of Victorian women as they discuss issues of the day. Come voice your opinion!
Women And The Sea: A Singers Circle
Saturday, March 10, 1:00-2:00, aboard Eureka. Ship admission fee.
The varied roles of women in maritime history and folklore come to life through traditional and modern songs. Bring songs to share on the theme of “women and the sea” in this ranger-facilitated, participatory singers circle.
Traditional Irish Music
Saturday, March 10, 2:00-3:00pm, aboard Eureka. Ship admission fee.
Celebrate Irish-American Heritage Month with a program of traditional Irish jigs, reels, hornpipes and songs, performed by volunteers Autumn Rhodes, concertina, flute and vocals; Susan Walsh, bodhran, mandolin and vocals; Tim Hill, uilleann pipes, flute and vocals, and Park Ranger Peter Kasin, fiddle and vocals.
Exhibit: Women Who Changed Maritime History
Daily, throughout March, 9:30am-4:45pm. In the Visitor Center. Free admission.
A photograph exhibition illustrating women’s often overlooked impact on maritime history.