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March into Women's History Month with Tuckerton Seaport

Welcome to Women's History Month!

Tuckerton Seaport will be hosting a variety of offerings featuring females in folklife including folk artists, authors, and remarkable women from our region. You can hear a selection of their stories on Tuckerton Seaport's StoryCorps Community Page. Stories will continue to be added throughout March.

Join Tuckerton Seaport for a class, shop small in the Gift Shop, or explore the exhibits to learn more about women in our community doing amazing work (this month or throughout the year). As the Jersey Shore Folklife Center, the Seaport works to capture and share local stories of folklife from the Barnegat Bay to the Pinelands. If you have an idea for an interview, please let us know! Calendar and registration link.

Seaport Staff we want to celebrate! 
Phyllis Buford

As the operator of Lady Magpie's Steam-Powered Tea Room in the historic Captain's House at Tuckerton Seaport, Phyllis has created a space for curiosity and history to be enjoyed.

Erin Buterick

As the owner/operator of The Union Market & Gallery at Tuckerton Seaport, Erin plays the female lead of what has blossomed into a cultural staple of the community in Tuckerton.

Lisa O'Hara

As the first female captain aboard the Pohatcong II in port at Tuckerton Seaport, Captain Lisa has navigated a career with strong roots in the local community and out on the water. Fun Fact: Lisa grew up with a view of Lucy the Elephant from her front door!

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