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Author and biographer of the British Royal Family, Hugo Vickers, will give a dinner talk to support the Hays-Heighe House. His talk will be an original presentation, created for this occasion, titled "All the Queen’s Horses." Dinner guests can preview of the exhibit The Racehorse, the Royals and the Writer.
October 10, 7-9 PM (Dinner & Talk, Chesapeake Center Dining Rooms)
Tickets: $75 per person (Closes September 29)
Limited seating; reserve early: http://tinyurl.com/AllQueensHorses or call 443-412-2539.
Preview of exhibition at 6-7 PM for dinner guests only.
Learn how World War I, then known as the “Great War,” was a further catalyst for modernism in art and literature in Europe and the United States during the early decades of the 20th century.
Panel discussion by HCC Faculty:
Jeff Ball (Art History);
Andrew Kellett (History);
Scott West (English)
October 13, 12:30 -1:45 PM
Joppa Hall, Room 115
This exhibit tells the intriguing story of American
racehorse Durbar II and his victory over the horse of
King George V at the Epsom Derby in 1914—just at the
outbreak of World War I. Owned by Herman B. Duryea,
uncle of Robert Heighe, Durbar II lived at Prospect Hill
Farm (now the Hays-Heighe House) and is interred on
the property. The exhibit also relates information about
the British Royal Family’s passion for all equestrian
sports, then and now, the use of horses in World War I,
and the activity of British suffragettes at the start of the
October 14, 11 AM - 3 PM
Scott West, Assistant Professor of English, will discuss World War I and literary modernism, with an emphasis on Americans living
and writing abroad.
October 27, 12:30 - 1:30 PM
Hays-Heighe House, Room 201
Light refreshments will be served
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