We are excited to release details for a Salemwide community partnership for the 2021 Salem Women’s History Day, taking place on and around Sunday, March 28. Salem Women’s History Day has been happening for over a decade in Salem. Historical organizations are encouraged to participate by offering a public program that commemorates and celebrates contributions to women’s history.
Like all museum public programs, 2021 will look a bit different for Salem Women’s History Day. All partners are offering online events and will release a community reading list. On March 28, partners and the public are welcome to use #salemwomenshistoryday on their social media to share information and stories.
Partners are welcome to share event information and add to the community reading list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Lists will be updated and shared in the days leading up to Salem Women’s History Day. Confirmed events are below. We encourage online registration where requested to ensure that you can receive a link in time for the scheduled events.
Mayor Kimberly Driscoll will be putting forth a proclamation to commemorate this day. We appreciate the City of Salem’s efforts in supporting the many important histories shared in Salem.
This is not the final event list – we do expect more partners to confirm events over the next few weeks. Stay tuned for details!
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