The historic Winslow House’s final two author lectures in July are by local authors that have written about fascinating women. Michelle Coughlin will be at the Winslow House on Thursday, July 25th at 7pm. Ms. Coughlin will be lecturing about her book “One Colonial Woman’s World: the Life and Writings of Mehetable Chandler Coit”, discussing the process of finding Mehetable’s diary, combing through it, then finally writing an account of the life of a woman who lived from 1673-1758. Tickets for this event are $7 ($5 for Winslow House members).
On Saturday, July 27th at 3pm, novelist Anne Easter Smith will be discussing her book “Royal Mistress”. This exciting novel is a romantic story about Jane Lambert (Jane Shore), 1445-1527, who was the final mistress of the English king Edward IV. Tickets for this event are $5.
For more information or to order tickets, please visit our website at www.winslowhouse.org.