A celebration of the 100th anniversary of the right of women to vote in New York State is being held in Owego.

A program commemorating the Women's Suffrage movement is planned for Saturday afternoon at the Tioga County Courthouse.

Tioga County legislature chair Martha Sauerbrey and county historian Emma Sedore at the "Binghamton Now" radio studio. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

Tioga County legislature chair Martha Sauerbrey said the event will honor those who sacrificed and fought to give women the right to vote.

Tours of the historic courthouse will be offered from noon to 4 p.m.

The official program will start a 2:30 Saturday afternoon with a series of speakers, including a woman portraying Susan B. Anthony.

Tioga County historian Emma Sedore said Anthony made a brief visit to Owego in 1894. She stayed overnight at a home on Front Street in the village.

The Tioga Suffrage Celebration is billed as the showcase event for the year-long series of activities in the county.

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