On April 10th The Rose Valley Museum and Historical Society held its first official event in Thunderbird Lodge.
Sue Ann Keilbaugh, a member of the Board of the RVMHS who lived in Mrs. Stephens’ studio when that space was an apartment, gave an informative and entertaining lecture on Rose Valley’s most famous artist’s life and career.
A capacity crowd of 60 people enjoyed Ms. Keilbaugh’s presentation on Alice Barber Stephens projected on the RVMHS’s new oversize canvas screen hung from wrought iron that would have made Will Price proud – making something functional beautiful at the same time.
Both the Rose Valley Museum and Historical Society have future programs planned for Thunderbird Lodge. See them here