Plan your visit to John James Audubon State Park Museum for Noon on May 12, 2018, for the chance to see a Kentucky Chautauqua performance of “Aunt Molly Jackson, a Pistol Packin' Woman", as portrayed by performer Anne Shelby. You'll learn interesting insights into this feisty, funny, completely fearless woman's life. Having lived for nearly 50 years in the coal camps of Southeastern Kentucky, Molly Jackson's eloquence and intimate knowledge about coal camp life, plus her ability to use heartfelt songs and lively stories, made her a popular spokesperson for striking miners and their families in the early 1930's. You won't want to miss this free program, but pre-registration is required to reserve your seat.
Contact: Kim McGrew-Liggett at (270)827-1893 or firstname.lastname@example.org.