The Wellesley Historical Society’s lecture series returns to being held in person this fall, with events planned for both September and November.
- The Life of Isaac Sprague IV: Wellesley’s Audubon. Dr. Robert Savage, a retired surgeon and local art historian, will discuss the life of Wellesley resident Isaac Sprague IV. Sprague was a nineteenth century artist and naturalist who worked closely with John James Audubon and Asa Gray, as well as some of the most famous writers of his day. Sunday, Sept. 18, 2-3pm.
- An afternoon with Susan B. Anthony. Jessa Piaia will portray Susan B. Anthony, generally considered the driving force behind the women’s suffrage movement in America. Sunday, Nov. 13, 2-3pm.
The Wellesley Historical Society events will be held in person at Wellesley Free Library, 530 Washington St.
The events are free and refreshments will be served.