DiscoverTalking Travel with Wendy#5 Helen Keller Birthplace & Museum - Lynn Weaver
#5 Helen Keller Birthplace & Museum - Lynn Weaver

#5 Helen Keller Birthplace & Museum - Lynn Weaver

Update: 2020-02-06
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Join me today in an in-depth interview with historical docent Lynn Weaver of Ivy Green. The cotton plantation that was once home to Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan. Lynn and I talk about Helen's early life, struggles and overcoming so many challenges with courage and fortitude.

As she walks us through the almost completely intact birthplace and home of the Keller's you can visualize early turn of the century living in north Alabama. We chat about Anne Sullivan the "Miracle Worker" teacher who changed Helen's life, her own physical challenges and the friendship and support throughout their lives.

Each year the Helen Keller Birthplace and Museum host a month-long FREE play of the Miracle Worker.

Click HERE for more information ~ Miracle Worker in Tuscumbia - SAVE THE DATE!
June 5 - 11, 2020

Links for more information or to visit the
Helen Keller Birthplace and Museum

Many thanks to Sue Pilkilton and Lynn for a great visit as always to Tuscumbia and the Museum.

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#5 Helen Keller Birthplace & Museum - Lynn Weaver

#5 Helen Keller Birthplace & Museum - Lynn Weaver

Lynn Weaver, Docent ~ Helen Keller Museum