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Frederick Lee Lectures: “The History of Local Oystering”

March 10 @ 4 PM
Presenter: Meig Walz-Newcomb

On Sunday, March 10, lifelong Madison resident Meig Walz-Newcomb will offer a presentation on the history of local oystering–and its sixfold growth as an industry in recent years. Engaged in oystering endeavors on the southern side of Tuxis Island and on the Neck River, Meig describes herself and her young adult son as survivors of their three-year adventure in an ever-changing environment.

IMPORTANT PARTICIPANT INFORMATION

Lectures will be offered in a hybrid format–on-site at the First Congregational Church’s Hubley Hall and online via Zoom.
Registration is required for online participation. 

SUGGESTED DONATION OF $5 WILL BE GRATEFULLY ACCEPTED. ADMISSION IS FREE FOR MHS MEMBERS!


Please complete the registration below to attend this lecture virtually.

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If you wish to attend at no charge, contact us at publicengagement@madisonhistory.org. All programs are recommended for adults and children 10 and older.

For more information, call 203.245.4567

First Congregational Church-Hubley Hall

Built in the Federal style in 1838 the First Congregational Church is located on the historic green in downtown Madison. The Angela Hubley Hall is the church’s largest meeting space.

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