Coffee Talks with Nan Colton: Living in the Sunshine: Mrs. Titbit in 1925
If you have ever wondered about what it was like to live in Florida during prohibition, when the bridges and the railroads were being completed and everybody was encouraged “for their health” to retire to Florida, even to purchase some swamp land – then this narrative (by a loquacious widow) journey into another time period is found to be fascinating, entertaining and thought-provoking.
This month’s program is entitled: Living in the Sunshine: Mrs. Titbit in 1925
This performance will take place live in the Marly room at the MFA. To ensure the health and safety of our visitors and staff, face masks are recommended while inside the museum at all times and refreshments will not be served.
FREE for MFA members; Not-yet members are $20 for adults and $15 for seniors.
Please note: Due to the uncertainties related to COVID-19, this event is subject to change.
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