Wednesday January 27, 2021 2:00 pm
Eleanor Roosevelt was called the First Lady of the World by Harry Truman. It was a title befitting of such an amazing woman. She defined the role of First Lady, but what she did in the years after her husbands Presidency defines her as well. She spent the remaining years of her life at her home Val Kill in Hyde park. We will explore her home together and share some stories about her life there and her accomplishments around the world.
Kevin Oldenburg is a National Park Ranger at the Roosevelt – Vanderbilt NHS in Hyde Park where he has been sharing stories of the Roosevelt and Vanderbilt families for nearly 20 years. He is tasked with bringing visitors from around the country and around the world including many dignitaries and world leaders through the historic homes in Hyde Park. A former Wildland Firefighter, he fought western fires numerous times in the 15 years he was red carded.
To Register for this Program: Please register below for the link to this live lecture, hosted on Zoom. You must have a free Zoom account to attend. Instructions on accessing the lecture will be included in your confirmation email.
This program is funded by a Community Development Block Grant. The demographic information collected in this registration form will be used only to help us report back regarding our community impact and for no other purpose. Additional support has been provided through NEH CARES Act funding granted by Mass Humanities.