Monday, March 3, 2014

WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH

MARCH is WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH.



We are proud to announce the launch of our very own WOMEN'S CORNER LIBRARY.
You can become a Women's Library Founder by donating a book that you believe should be a part of this special collection. The book can be new or gently used. Give us your ideas for important books, DVDs and Women's Corner events. Help us create a (literal and figurative) space for learning, sharing, mentoring, talking, writing, reading, and creating. Monetary donations also welcome. Contact us at aia.fvg@gmail.com

FRIDAY AMERICAN EXPERIENCE in our Multi-Media Room at 6 p.m. – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC    From the Female Factory workers in the Garment district to Annie Oakley. March 21st – just for fun because we love green beer – St. Patrick’s Day

Mar. 14th –The TRIANGLE FIRE – The true story of the New York fire that inspired International Women’s Day
March 21st – St. Patrick’s Day in America – How St. Patrick’s Day became such an American Festival.
March 28 st – ANNIE OAKLEY – The legendary Western sharpshooter and her contradictory life as a Quaker and anti-suffragette.

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