When we support women to shine, to grow exponentially, and to be truly empowered — everyone wins. Join me in celebrating Women’s History Month through these free virtual events.
March 5th at 5 PM
Melissa Valentine is an award-winning writer from Oakland, CA whose work explores themes of race, trauma, and healing. Her debut memoir, The Names of All the Flowers, was the 2019 winner of the Louise Meriwether First Book Prize.
March 7th at 11 AM
In recognition of Women’s History Month, National Park Ranger Lara Volski will provide a look at different women who have played a role in the history, stewardship, and preservation of the sea swept bluffs and coastal prairies just north of the Golden Gate Bridge.
March 10th at 2 PM
This month, we want to share the stories of Chinese women that impact our communities. Please be prepared to discuss a Chinese woman (or women) who inspires you. This is an interactive event and space is limited.
March 12th at 10 AM
We’ll hear lightning talks from five women from diverse backgrounds and lived experiences who will shed light on their personal and career journeys and the strides they made to get to where they are today.
March 18th at 5 PM
This panel discussion is scheduled to feature three artists from the Museum of Sonoma County’s “35: Thirty-Five Artists for Thirty-Five Years” exhibition. Moderated by art committee chair Estelle Rogers.
March 18th at 1 PM
In honor of Women’s History Month, Olivia Franco and Nicky Trasviña welcome you to an eye-opening experience where you will learn of the valuable contributions made by Latinas to the betterment of society through their insight and deeds.