“Vienna in the 1960s”
All you hippies, flower children, bohemians, and mavericks prepare yourselves to flash back to the 1960s and its days of sit-ins, anti-war marches, and Woodstock. It’s been said that if you remember the ’60s, you weren’t there! Well, we hope that you were there and that you remember it and come visit our new exhibit. Listen to the music of the time and experience the fashion, the entertainment, the technology, the toys & games, and so much more.
2020 Exhibit: Vienna in the 1960s
“Women’s Rights Movement”
Our continuing hall exhibit will focus on WHERE ARE WE NOW?
The fifth, and final, exhibit in the 5-year series of small exhibits on the history of the women’s rights movement will focus on where it stands today. It has been 100 years since women won the right to vote. While women have won many rights, they have not yet achieved full equality. This exhibit looks at our progress in many areas including economic, political, educational, sports, family and health.