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August, 2022

Tuesday
9
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A unique experience bus tour visiting key locations in the story of Theodore Roosevelt's 1901 Buffalo inauguration.
Thursday
11
8:15 PM
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Zilker Hillside Theatre presents Newsies. Loosely based on real events, “Newsies” follows a group of paperboys, led by the charismatic Jack Kelly. A sudden increase in newspaper prices demanded by paper owner Joseph Pulitzer makes it harder and harder for the boys to earn enough from sales to support themselves. Eventually, the boys rally together and, little by little, newsies all over the city strike to force change. Meanwhile, a concerned reporter does what she can to help. But, met with seemingly insurmountable resistance from powerful higher-ups, victory is anything but clear until Gov. Theodore Roosevelt finally intervenes, putting Pulitzer and the other publishers in their place.“Newsies” performances will be staged at Zilker Hillside Theatre, 2206 William Barton, Thurs - Sun at 8:15pm through August 13. Running time is 2 hours, 30 minutes.For information, visit zilker.org/summer-2022
Friday
12
8:15 PM
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Zilker Hillside Theatre presents Newsies. Loosely based on real events, “Newsies” follows a group of paperboys, led by the charismatic Jack Kelly. A sudden increase in newspaper prices demanded by paper owner Joseph Pulitzer makes it harder and harder for the boys to earn enough from sales to support themselves. Eventually, the boys rally together and, little by little, newsies all over the city strike to force change. Meanwhile, a concerned reporter does what she can to help. But, met with seemingly insurmountable resistance from powerful higher-ups, victory is anything but clear until Gov. Theodore Roosevelt finally intervenes, putting Pulitzer and the other publishers in their place.“Newsies” performances will be staged at Zilker Hillside Theatre, 2206 William Barton, Thurs - Sun at 8:15pm through August 13. Running time is 2 hours, 30 minutes.For information, visit zilker.org/summer-2022
Saturday
13
8:15 PM
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Zilker Hillside Theatre presents Newsies. Loosely based on real events, “Newsies” follows a group of paperboys, led by the charismatic Jack Kelly. A sudden increase in newspaper prices demanded by paper owner Joseph Pulitzer makes it harder and harder for the boys to earn enough from sales to support themselves. Eventually, the boys rally together and, little by little, newsies all over the city strike to force change. Meanwhile, a concerned reporter does what she can to help. But, met with seemingly insurmountable resistance from powerful higher-ups, victory is anything but clear until Gov. Theodore Roosevelt finally intervenes, putting Pulitzer and the other publishers in their place.“Newsies” performances will be staged at Zilker Hillside Theatre, 2206 William Barton, Thurs - Sun at 8:15pm through August 13. Running time is 2 hours, 30 minutes.For information, visit zilker.org/summer-2022
Tuesday
16
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TRivia Nite! Participants will have the chance to test their knowledge on a variety of subjects. It’s never a surprise to find a few questions about Theodore or the other Roosevelts, but questions about presidential history as well as current events, pop culture, and general knowledge will also be included.
See below for more information:
https://www.trsite.org/events/2022/08/16/trivia-nite-at-homeonline-edition

September, 2022

Saturday
24
The National Parks
8:00 AM
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In honor of National Public Lands Day, Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer free admission to everyone!
Wednesday
28
University of Nebraska, Lincoln Lied Center of the Performing Arts
7:30 PM
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New York Times bestselling author Candice Millard will deliver the 27th annual Governor's Lecture in the Humanities at the Lied Center for Performing Arts in Lincoln, Nebraska on Sept. 28.

Millard will discuss each of her four books, all on the bestseller list, including "The River of Doubt," a story about Theodore Roosevelt; "Destiny of the Republic," which highlights President James Garfield; "Hero of the Empire," about Winston Churchill; and her most recent story, set on the Nile River, "River of the Gods."

October, 2022

Friday
14
Saturday
15
Sunday
16

November, 2022

Saturday
12
Theodore Roosevelt Island
9:00 AM
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Join Potomac Conservancy for a safe, fun, 50 person trash cleanup at Theodore Roosevelt Island. Make a huge difference for the Potomac River as we turn to the water for a safe, healthy place to recreate outdoors.



The Theodore Roosevelt Association is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Tax Identification #13-559-3999