“How Do You Get a Hoop Skirt in an Outhouse?” and other questions of days past will be answered when the Temecula Valley Museum hosts its 2013 Women’s History Month Program.
The event offers an informative and humorous look at what ladies in the Victorian era wore and why.
There will be clothing and artifacts displayed from Sharon Avey’s extensive and award-winning collection.
Avey has been collecting Victorian clothing and household items since her teen years.
For over 20 years, she has entertained the public with living history presentations focusing on women and women’s issues of the Victorian era.
The presentation represents an accumulation of her lifetime of personal research with an in-depth picture of the everyday American lifestyle of the mid- to late- 1800s.
“How Do You Get a Hoop Skirt in an Outhouse?” will be presented at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 21 at the Temecula Valley Museum, located in Sam Hicks Monument Park at 28314 Mercedes Street, Temecula.
There is a $5 fee.
To RSVP or for more information please call 951-694-6450.
*Contributed by Temecula Valley Museum