Date(s) - July 20, 2017
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Brick Store Museum Program Center
Join Peggy Konitzky of Castle Tucker in Wiscasset as she speaks about the real life high society family of the Gilded Age and how their lives compared to the fictional lives of the characters in Edith Wharton’s classic novel, “The Age of Innocence.” Creating a special lecture from a tour, Konitzky will bring to life the Tucker family who owned Castle Tucker for more than 140 years. Castle Tucker is one of the most complete and original Victorian homes in the country.
As a Third Thursday Talk, this lecture is free for members and $10 for general audience. The Third Thursday Talks are sponsored by the Maine Humanities Council and the Captain Lord Mansion.
The talk begins at 5:30 and will be held in the yellow Program Center building directly behind the Museum. Light refreshments will be served.