Women’s History Month

Celebrate Women's History Month

The theme for 2023’s Women’s History Month is Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories – and we have LOTS of those for you throughout March. Women have always played a vital (though sometimes hidden) role in America – impacting government, business, non-profits, the arts, and all of society.

Congress first declared March National Women’s History Month in 1987. Each year, a Presidential Proclamation honors the extraordinary achievements of American women – and we couldn’t be happier to invite you to a fascinating line-up of events and books to do just that.

Programs & Events

Experience the stories of local women influencing everything from business to government, nonprofits, and more in a special panel discussion. Learn how they found success and overcame stumbling blocks.

Women’s inventions and discoveries in STEM influence us every day, but historically they are less likely to be known than their male counterparts. Educate yourself about these courageous, fascinating women.

These and more events are sure to entertain, educate, and inspire you all month long. Register for Events early, so you don’t miss a thing!

Reading Materials

There’s no better place than the Library to live out the national theme of Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories. Check out our monthly displays – many of them feature female authors and stories about American women, both fiction and non-fiction. Don’t forget to pick up a book from a themed reading list created for you by one of our own librarians. There is something for all ages to appreciate and learn this month.

Celebrate Women's History Month

Celebrate Women's History Month by reading about women adventurers, inventors, and those who have made great contributions to our world.

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