Humboldt and District Museum
What do china teacups, pink doilies and top secret underground political movements have in common? Learn how Canadian women used frilly tea parties as a disguise to organize and fight for the right to vote.
Come for your coffee break or stay all afternoon! Everyone is welcome to raise a cup of tea to toast the 102nd anniversary of women's suffrage in Saskatchewan.
Check out our current exhibit Sisters United: Women's Suffrage in Saskatchewan, a travelling exhibit produced by the Diefenbaker Canada Centre.
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