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CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS
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Upcoming branch events
March 1 - Deadline for State Project Grant applications
March 12, 1-3 pm - Women's History Month: Tour of the Petaluma Historical Library and Museum
March 20, 7 pm - Women's History program at the library: Women War Correspondents during WWII
March 26, 2 to 4 pm - Start Smart Workshop at SRJC
April 2 - Awareness event for Women's Pay Equity Day
April 13, 10 am - April program: Building Better Balance
Women’s History Month at the Museum
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Tuesday, March 12, 1-3 pm
Petaluma Historical Library and Museum has invited AAUW and Village Network to a private group tour of the Women's History/Black History Exhibit. The exhibit curator, Faith Ross, will lead the tour. The tour will conclude with refreshments and a Q&A session. It will be a 90 minute experience all together.
The main exhibit is "The Great Black Migration 1910-1970". Historical black women and their family stories are shared on the display walls. Local families' stories are included. The exhibit will run until March 24.
There is no charge, though a donation jar is by the front door.
Please RSVP to Patricia Webb
Patricia Webb and Michele Meyer
UPCOMING MARCH PROGRAM
Women’s WWII History with Jeane Slone
In celebration of Women’s History Month we will be presenting a program featuring author, Jeane Slone. She will be discussing one of her books, Women War Correspondents during WWII.
This book follows some of the brave WWII female correspondents who fought condemnation and hostility from male officers in order to perform their jobs. Her other books about women in WWII include: She Flew Bombers, She Built Ships, and She Was an American Spy. See her website for more information.
This event, which is open to the public, will take place at the
Petaluma Regional Library, 100 Fairgrounds Dr.
on Wednesday, March 20th at 7:00 pm.
Please join us and bring your friends!
UPCOMING APRIL PROGRAM
The Building Better Balance Program by Vanessa Kettler is our APRIL event at the Petaluma Community Center on Saturday, April 13, at 10 am in the Club Room.
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