The historic Ewing Manor will be open for public tours from 4 to 6 p.m. Mondays June through October. The last tour will start at 5:15 p.m. with the exception of Labor Day.
The Bloomington-Normal area was home to a champion of efforts to ratify the 19th amendment in Hazle Buck Ewing. Toni Tucker, director of the Ewing Cultural Center, discusses Ewing’s involvement in the Women’s Suffrage Movement.
LeErin Humbracht lost hours of sleep obsessing over centerpieces for her June 6 wedding, which she’d been planning over a year. More than 200 guests were expected from as far as the East Coast–and then a global pandemic hit.
Hazle Buck Ewing’s activist writings, as well as incoming letters from dozens of other suffragists and materials from the National Woman’s Party and Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage, are now freely available online for research and study, thanks to a monthslong digitization campaign by Milner Library and the Ewing Cultural Center.
Decorated for the holidays, Ewing Manor will be open for a community tour, with each room representing a Christmas song.
The joint tour of two of Bloomington-Normal’s favorite historic sites, Ewing Manor and David Davis Mansion, will be on December 7.
Ewing Cultural Center will once again host the free Trick-or-Treat at the Manor event from 4-6 p.m. Thursday, October 31. Trick-or-treaters can stroll through the grounds around Ewing Manor, snap some fall photos, and enjoy a sweet treat.
The Manor at Ewing Cultural Center will open for free public tours from 4-6 p.m. Mondays beginning May 6. Tours run from May to October.
Experience Ewing Manor’s rich history by participating in its fifth annual architecture tour on Saturday, April 6.
Ewing Manor will once again be part of the popular Christmas at the Mansions tour on Saturday, December 8. The tour will also include the David Davis Mansion, and a private residence that will be announced the day of the tour.