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History Happy Hours are the Historic Stranahan House Museum’s monthly education program for the community. These programs explore topics in greater detail as they relate to the Stranahan family, the historic site, South Florida, and the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Programs are currently all held virtually via Zoom. Advanced registration is required to receive log-in access. For more information on this great program and all our educational offerings, please contact Jonathan Axler, Programs and Education Coordinator at [email protected] or 954-524-4736.

 

Join guest presenter Sara Ayer-Rigsby from Florida Public Archeology Network as she takes you on a journey through Fort Lauderdale’s exciting past! Discover the history of the Fort Lauderdale and the various peoples to call it home. She will discuss how climate change is threatening the historical sites and will reference archaeological treasures located right in your own backyard!

History Happy Hours are the Historic Stranahan House Museum’s monthly education program for the community. These programs explore topics in greater detail as they relate to the Stranahan family, the historic site, South Florida, and the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Programs are currently all held virtually via Zoom. Advanced registration is required to receive log-in access. For more information on this great program and all our educational offerings, please contact Jonathan Axler, Programs and Education Coordinator at [email protected] or 954-524-4736.

Join historian and educator, Michelle Sammartino, as she shares the fascinating story of how women gained the right to vote across the United States. Learn about the efforts of women in Florida including our own Ivy Cromartie Stranahan who challenged the status quo by fighting for women, Seminole, and African-American rights.

History Happy Hours are the Historic Stranahan House Museum’s monthly education program for the community. These programs explore topics in greater detail as they relate to the Stranahan family, the historic site, South Florida, and the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Programs are currently all held virtually via Zoom. Advanced registration is required to receive log-in access. For more information on this great program and all our educational offerings, please contact Jonathan Axler, Programs and Education Coordinator at [email protected] or 954-524-4736.

 

Join us in-person as Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Cultural Ambassador Everett Osceola shares the history of alligator wrestling. Alligator wrestling plays a special role in Seminole culture and Everett will share firsthand knowledge of what it is like to be a Native American alligator wrestler. Join us for a great evening at Broward County’s oldest and most historically significant site for light bites, museum tours and a little history!