In celebration of the 150th anniversary of the publication of Little Women, Louisa May Alcott will come by the Rasmussen Education Center to visit with you and to see the two Family Trees based on her works, Little Women and Flower Fables!
Geared for ages 6 to 106, this interactive performance is an inspiring experience for mind and heart. Fiercely independent and one of America’s most prolific writers, Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888) was born to an unconventional family who were leaders in abolition, women’s suffrage, educational reform, child welfare, and much more. In 1868 Louisa wrote the now-classic Little Women in her family’s home, Orchard House, right here in Concord, the center of the “literary flowering” of New England. This performance is free with Family Trees admission; Members free.