Hosted at the JFK Hyannis Museum in the Scudder Family Center for Civic Engagement. Or attend virtually via Zoom!
Join us at 11 AM for a freshly brewed cup of Cape Cod Coffee and their amazing handmade donuts as local author and educator Peggy Jablonski treks through historic neighborhoods and along Main Streets and back roads of Cape Cod confronting social issues at each stop.
Explored are issues of race and slavery, of treatment of Native Americans, gender bias, religious tolerance, social justice, and of environmental stewardship. Guiding participants through nearly 400 years of European settlement and thousands of years of Native settlement, Cape Cod Camino Way is the creation of Jablonski after a year spent walking the entirety of Cape Cod—a serene yet passionate inspiration in the midst of a pandemic. As she explored Cape Cod’s towns and villages along the way, she wrestled with the issues their history presented. “Why didn’t I know this?” was the burning question. Learn how Kennedy’s policies intersect with these issues.
Date & Time: April 27, 2022, 11AM Limited Seating: 26 people Admission: $10 per person Museum Members: FREE Not a Museum Member? Click here!
Hosted at the JFK Hyannis Museum in the Scudder Family Center for Civic Engagement and Via Zoom. Virtual attendees will be emailed 24 hours prior to the event and receive coffee and a small gift by mail.
Masks are optional.
Event fee includes entrance to special exhibit galleries featuring the RFK: Ripple of Hope exhibit and the JFK @100 Legacy Exhibit.