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Febb Burn Banquet and Fundraiser 

Rescheduled to May 24, 2022 

At Marble Hall and Pavillion 

Lakeshore Park 


It has happened again—our celebration has been rescheduled due to the continuing pandemic!  On May 24, 2022, we will celebrate outdoors (with a tent and Pavilion) where we can safely gather.   

We will enjoy our immersive evening, including, but not limited to, our Art Show, Auction, Re-enactors, Music, Social Hour, Dinner, Re-enactment of the volatile, fiery, 1920’s Tennessee Senate Debate on the Woman Suffrage Amendment, and more.  Space is limited so don’t wait.   

Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available at suffragecoalition.org   We ask that all participants be vaccinated for COVID 19 and boosted, if eligible.  Masks may be required, depending on the conditions at that time. COVID protocols will be updated on the website as required as we get closer to the date. 

We will have these events.  As Susan B. Anthony said: “Failure is Impossible!”

Click here to read all about the Febb Burn Banquet and Fundraiser!

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Our Presenting Sponsor

The Burn Memorial Unveiling

The Suffrage Coalition raised more than $500,000 to build what is now one of the state’s most prized landmarks – The Burn Memorial.  Located just steps from the Tennessee Woman Suffrage Memorial on Gay Street in downtown Knoxville, it honors the legacy of Representative Harry T. Burn and his mother, Febb whose letter to her son changed the course of American politics.

Harry T. Burn Event
Burn Suffrage Memorial Event

View Burn Memorial Event

Suffrage Coalition Parade

Suffrage March at the Unveiling of the Burn Memorial, Market Street, June 2018

View Parade and Rally