Celebrating Granny D
Doris “Granny D” Haddock was a powerful force for clean elections, civic engagement, and democracy on the national stage. And she was certainly a well-known character in the Monadnock Region.
You’re invited to join the [Coalition for Open Democracy](http://www.coalitionforopendemocracy.org/ ); Granny D’s organization, PACE (Promoting Active Civic Engagement); Granny D’s organization, PACE (Promoting Active Civic Engagement); and KSC’s Mason Library on Thursday, January 24, from 2–4:30 p.m. at the Alumni Recital Hall in the Redfern Arts Center to celebrate the 103rd anniversary of Granny D’s birth and to remember her life and legacy.
Barbara Bates-Smith, an award-winning off-Broadway and touring actor, will present her two-act show, “Go, Granny, Go." Tattoo, the band that marched with Granny D during her Senate run in 2004, will play, and there will be remembrances, tributes and appreciations as well. Birthday cake and punch will be served.
For more information visit the Coalition for Open Democracy’s website , or call Olivia Zink at 603-225-2097 or Ruth Meyer at 603-352-8580.