Past Event

Peter Rabbit and the Landscapes of Home: Beatrix Potter

A Road Scholar Program by Nancy Huse

This is a first-person Chautauqua-style interpretation of Beatrix Potter and her multiple accomplishments. Potter, over various life stages, describes herself as a writer, artist, scientist, and a philanthropist. She dramatizes her role as a woman who impacted the ‘domestic landscape’ of children’s books and rural England.

This event is Free and Open to the public. For more information, please contact Sara Arnas, 630.510.4958.