The Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum to Host Four Fascinating and Fun Events in March
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BOCA RATON, Fla. - Floridant -- (Boca Raton, FL – February 27, 2023) The Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum (SBRHM) today announced four fascinating and fun events next month. For more information, please visit (, or call 561.395.6766, ext. 100.

Wednesday, March 1, at 6 pm

Town Hall Talk

Village Tweets:

Suffrage Era Postcards

Longtime human rights activist Carol Crossed purchased and restored the Susan B. Anthony birthplace in Adams, Massachusetts in 2006. Her book, Vintage Tweets: Suffrage Era Postcards, is an amusing and insightful look back at the women's suffrage movement.  She will explore both domestic and political views of the topic as found through vintage postcards, the social media of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Saturday, March 4, 10 am to 4 pm

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FREE Fun Saturday

To celebrate the arrival of the new Boca Raton Brightline Station, on the first Saturday of every month The Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum is offering FREE Fun Saturday, waiving the regular admission fee ($12 adults, $8 students and seniors, free for members and children 4 years old and under) for all visitors from 10 am to 4 pm.

Wednesday, March 8, 6:30 to 8:30 pm


The kick-off to BOCA BACCHANAL 2023, Boca Raton's biggest annual two-day wine and food event (April 29-30) the Boca Raton Historical Society is hosting a wine and light bites reception at Priviara Private Aviation Hangar, 3690 Airport Road in Boca Raton. Tickets to attend are $60 and are available now at (

Wednesday, March 15, at 6 pm

Town Hall Talk

The Pleistocene in Florida

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Christian Davenport, Palm Beach County's Historic Preservation Officer, is an archaeologist specializing in the zooarchaeology, the identification of animal and human remains. An adjunct professor at FAU, he was the lead archaeologist recording 33 new sites in Lake  Okeechobee during the 2007–2009 drought. In 2010, Davenport led excavations on a portion of a buried sand mound in Dubois Park and is currently researching the large prehistoric Native American mound complexes around the Everglades. He will be speaking about a time when saber tooth tigers, mastodons, and prehistoric camels and horses called Florida home. The Town Hall Talk starts at 6 pm with check-in and refreshments, and the lecture begins at 6:30 pm. FREE for BRHS members, $10 for guests.

Attached Images:

1.   Vintage Tweets


Available for Interview:

Mary Csar, Executive Director

Schmidt Boca Raton History Museum

561.395.6766 /

Media Contact:

Gary Schweikhart, PR-BS

561.756.4298  /

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