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February 2nd, 1:30 p.m., she will highlight, Eliza Galloway, a woman who played a significant role in the history of the Frank House. Mrs. Galloway was a freed slave who ran her own catering business in Kearney in the 1880s and 1890s. She worked for the Franks as cook and was in charge of their staff. At the time of her death in 1936, she was the only black person in Kearney.
February 16th, 1:30 p.m., Sarah will present, “The Frank Men: Leaders of the Abolitionist Movement.” The Frank family men were long-time members of the anti-slavery societies in New York. The Honorable Augustus Frank, brother of G.W. Frank (builder of the Frank House), was a U.S. Congressman during the Civil War.
February is also the month of love and you can share a little Saturdays at the Frank House.
February 9th, 1:30 p.m., come to the Frank House to celebrate Valentines Day and “Take heArt!” You’ll learn about the art and history of Valentine’s Day and create your own message of love in a workshop led by Linda Vinderslev and Sue Divan of SL Stampers.
February 23rd, 1:30 p.m., join us for a Parlor Performance by “Roger Mexico.” Kearney’s Paul Powell will be performing under his stage name. Contemporary acoustical music comes to the Frank House. It will make a perfect Saturday afternoon date with your special someone.
Guided public tours of The Frank House are held 10:30-11:30 every Saturday morning. These tours highlight the history and art of the Victorian mansion, and its contents.
Saturdays at the Frank House are brought to you by the University of Nebraska at Kearney. These events are open to the public with no admission charge. Donations are always appreciated.