My young granddaughter, Maggie, and I spent the weekend in Seneca Falls, NY during the 165th anniversary celebration of the first Women's Rights Convention of 1848. We spent time viewing the exhibits in the visitor center and especially enjoyed the 30 minute video on the history of the 1848 convention. We also attended a 3-act play at the Wesleyan Chapel re-enacting the Declaration of Sentiments and the 1848 convention with "actors" in period costumes, including men who were not in favor of expanding women's rights. The play ended with the audience voting on the Declaration of Sentiments following remarks by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Frederik Douglas. We were then given the opportunity to sign the document by adding our names and addresses to a special book. Afterward, Maggie exclaimed "Grandma, years from now people will see our names and now we're a part of history!" I would highly recommend timing a visit to the Women's Rights National Park with the annual anniversary celebration in July!