Nationally notable women and local leaders have been part of Long Island’s history, though nearly invisible in most accounts.
Authors and artists, scientists and suffragists, entrepreneurs and civic activists, pioneering pilots, and innumerable other women have all left their mark on Long Island’s past. Even “ordinary” women have played an important role throughout history.
Join us March 8th, which is International Women’s Day, to learn about women in Long Island’s past in this Women’s History Month presentation.
Our speaker is Natalie Naylor, the author of Women in Long Island’s Past: A History of Eminent Ladies and Everyday Lives
This Month’s Donation Drive: At the March 8th meeting please plan to donate household items and personal hygiene products for Options for Community Living.
Pricing: Pre-registration $25 for member; $35 non-members. At door add $5. Advanced registration ends 5pm on March 7th.
Questions: WEDLIRSVP@gmail.com or call Suzanne Kirkpatrick-Nelson at (631)208-2207 or Kennetha Pettus (516)860-7507.