“Women’s Voices…Celebrating Extraordinary Women”
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About the Event
The Marilla Historical Society extends a special invitation to you to join us to celebrate and honor the extraordinary women and extraordinary “ordinary” women who have helped build our communities. On Saturday, March 21st, from 2:00-4:00, you’ll have the opportunity to hear the “voices” of many of these strong women who were the movers and shakers, risk takers, and determined citizens who made a significant impact for good wherever they lived and worked. Some of these individuals achieved recognition beyond the borders of the communities where they lived. Hearing their stories will make every woman proud of the role strong women have played in making communities better places to live.
You will hear women’s voices through role playing, readings, live music by Maryanne Rivers, and special exhibits. You may personally have known some of the women who are being honored.
Come to Marilla Museum & Pioneer Place at 9991 Marilla Rd., Copemish, Michigan for a special afternoon experience complete with refreshments. There is no charge, but donations will be appreciated to help support the work of the Marilla Historical Society. For further information, contact Jan Thomas at 231-362-3430 or firstname.lastname@example.org