Alice Paul Institute holding tour of Paulsdale Saturday, Oct. 8.

Tours include a 15-minute presentation about Alice Paul’s life and work and a walk around the porch where visitors learn about the Paul family’s daily life in the house.

The Alice Paul Institute is inviting members of the public to tour Paulsdale, the Mt. Laurel birthplace of Quaker suffragist Alice Paul, on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 12 and 1 p.m.

Tours include a 15-minute presentation about Alice Paul’s life and work and a walk around the porch where visitors learn about the Paul family’s daily life in the house, the restoration of the house and its present day use as a girl’s leadership center.

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Second Saturday tours and other Alice Paul Institute programs are made possible through a general operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State.

The Alice Paul Institute’s mission is to honor the legacy of Alice Paul’s work for gender equality through education and leadership development.

Cost for the tour is $5.

The Alice Paul Institute needs tour guides to lead small and large groups through Paulsdale. Training includes information about Paulsdale’s history to share with visitors.

The next tour guide training session will take place on Oct. 8 from 10 to noon.

For information contact Kris Myers, program director, at kmyers@alicepaul.org or (856) 231–1885.

Paulsdale is located at 128 Hooten Road, Mt. Laurel.

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