Belmont Library presents 'Queen Victoria' Oct. 25


BELMONT — October is all about Queen Victoria at the Belmont Public Library. You are all cordially invited to a visit with Her Majesty on Oct. 25 at 6 p.m. Salley Mummey – in costume – will be presenting the New Hampshire Humanities Council Program.

Using storytelling and a good dash of humor, Mummey engages audiences of all ages in dynamic, interactive, first-person portrayals. Mummey’s passion for the history of the 19th century has led to extensive research into powerful and prominent women in a male-dominated society.

Mummey is an award-winning lifetime member of the Association of Lincoln Presenters. She is also a member of the Auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, the Society of Europe, the Victorian Society, and the Surratt Society, as well as Solo Together, a New England-based organization of re-enactors who portray political figures from 19th- and 20th- century America.

The program will be held at the Corner Meeting House.

Salley Mummey in her portrayal of Queen Victoria.

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