|Location||Museum of Work & Culture|
|Tour Type||Add On|
|Duration||Additional 30 minutes|
|Cost||$3 per person|
A living history interpreter performs a play describing her personal experiences and engages with the students to help them better understand the similarities and differences between modern life & life at the turn of the century. Featured plays include Marie, a woman living on a farm in Quebéc awaiting word from her family who has immigrated to Woonsocket, as well as Bridget, a maid working in the Slater Club, a meeting place for Woonsocket’s mill owners. Subject to interpreter availability.
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