Annual February 2017 Film Festival

Please join us for the following FREE movies this February Black History Month At The Hubbard House Underground Railroad Museum COME WATCH A MOVIE WITH US FREE We will have free popcorn and beverages

Saturday Feb. 4 at 1pm

Showing: The Color Purple

It’s About Life, It’s About Love, It’s About Us. Steven Spielberg’s film of The Color Purple became one of the moviemaker’s most remarkable successes. The unforgettable characters of Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize novel populate this lyrical cinematic adaptation. Staring: Whoopi Goldberg, Danny Glover, Oprah Winfrey, and many others.

Saturday Feb. 11 at 1pm

Showing: Something the Lord Made

Something the Lord Made tells the emotional true story of two men who defied the rules of their time to launch a medical revolution, set against the backdrop of the Jim Crow South. Staring: Alan Rickman, Mos Def,

Saturday Feb. 18 at 1pm

Showing: Men of Honor

Men of Honor is the story of an African-American sailor (Gooding) who dares to dream of becoming a U.S. Navy Master Diver. Despite a ruthless training officer (DeNiro) and a tragic shipboard accident. One man’s will to over come the impossible will leave you cheering. Staring: Cuba Gooding, Robert DeNiro.

Saturday Feb. 25 at 1pm

Showing: Antwone Fisher

Denzel Washington’s Directorial Debut. Inspired by the true life experiences of its title character, Antwone Fisher tells the compelling story of a troubled sailor who is ordered to see a naval psychiatrist about his volatile temper. Little does he know that his first step into the doctor’s office will lead him on a remarkable emotional journey to confront his painful past and connect with the family he never knew. Staring: Denzel Washington, Derek Luke.

Hubbard House Annual Pilgrimage

Saturday, October 1 2016

TIME:  9am Our lunch lecture will be given by Elaine Crain owner of The Rider Inn in Mentor. Lunch tickets will be for sale in the morning. Cost $4.00 space is limited. They will be sold first come first served. With every ticket sold children under 16 will get a free lunch of Mac and Cheese

Annual Film Festival February 2016

Please join us for the following FREE movies this February at The Hubbard House.  Free popcorn and beverages.

Start time 1pm Saturday, Feb. 6 Belle Saturday, Feb. 13 Selma Saturday, Feb. 20 Captive Heart the James Mink Story Saturday, Feb. 27 Mississippi Burning

Hubbard House Annual Pilgrimage Saturday, October 3 2015

Meet at the House at 9 am to 10 am to sign in pick up your maps and information Please have some coffee with us. We will leave at 10 am to tour the sites around Ashtabula. Lunch will be at the museum (for a small fee) Carl Feather will give a small lecture on the Underground Railroad and Ashtabula County.

9538-HIDD-cvr.inddCarl Feather Book Signing

Please join us! Wednesday, August 12th 2015 from 6-8pm

Summer Speaker Series Part Two

By Grant Filbeck

When: 6:30pm

Where: Hubbard House UGRR Museum 1603 Walnut Blvd. Ashtabula OH

June 24: The beginning of the Civil War: Western Front.

Discussing Beginning of the Civil War in Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas, Missouri and Arkansas.

July 1:  Key Turning Points: Western Front.

Discussing key turning points such as Vicksburg and other important battles.

July 15: The Final Days of Combat: Western Front

Total war. General Sherman’s march to the sea.

July 29: ISIS: Who, What, Why?

What is ISIS and how did they form? What is their goal?

August 19: Honor: Remembering Heroes in Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom

Learn about the unsung heroes who gave all after 9/11, mostly about Medal of Honor Recipients, with some Navy Cross and Sliver Star Recipients, too

Annual Film Festival February 2015

Please join us for the following FREE movies this February at The Hubbard House.  Free popcorn and beverages.

12 Years a Slave February 14th 1pm

From acclaimed director Steve McQueen comes this “deeply evocative and brilliantly acted” film (Claudia Puig, USA Today) based on the true story of Solomom Northup.

Director:

Steve McQueen

Writers:

John Ridley (screenplay), Solomon Northup

The Conspirator February 21th 1pm

In the wake of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination, seven men and one woman are arrested and charged with conspiring to kill the President and others.  Civil War hero Frederick Aiken’s agrees to defend the lone woman charge Mary Surratt.

Director:

Robert Redford

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Special Events

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