At concerts, picket lines, civil rights marches, and peace protests, musician and social activist Pete Seeger urged us to "Stand Up and Sing." His songs including “If I Had a Hammer,” “Where Have All the Flowers Gone,” and “Bring Them Home,” helped define the social movements of the 1960s. Seeger would have turned 100 on May 6, and concerts and community events will take place around the world. This multimedia presentation by Grange board member Mary-Nell Bockman will look at the late songwriter's music and political life and the events he was part of for the past century.
This Lyceum is part of the Grange Pete Seeger commemoration.
$5 / students free