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Happy Women’s History Month!

We hope you have been celebrating the incredible women in your life, the inspiring women in history, and women who are making strides in today’s society. We encourage you to make the most out of Women’s History Month by checking out some of the great events below; there are plenty of ways to take part in the celebration with the amazing women in your life!

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The Gender Weave ProjectGenderWeaveProject

Now through March 29 | Mt. Airy Garage

Hosted by Mt. Airy Art Garage and Moore College of Art, is an art gallery celebrating Women’s History Month with an intriguing visual art collection. The gallery focuses on women and gender roles. The pieces range from traditional approaches, to challenging women’s roles in society. The mission of the gallery is to explore and raise awareness of issues women are facing today.

 

greatexpectationsGreat Expectations: Helping Girls Realize their Potential

2015 Girls Conference, Ages 11-18

Saturday March 21 | Fairleigh Dickinson University

For your daughters and the younger women you know, this is a great event to embrace WHM and remind young women of their potential. This event includes guest speakers, workshops, and interactive activities focusing on critical issues affecting women today. Parents or guardians are also welcome to attend.

 

Dress Our Vets Clothing Drive : Benefiting Suiting WarriorsDressingOurVets

Now through March 31 2015 | New Jersey

In honor of WHM, Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno (R) of NJ, is sponsoring this clothing drive for women veterans. The whole month of March, professional women’s clothing is being collected for Suiting Warriors, an organization that helps veterans to transition into civilian life by providing them with “professional attire essential for competing in today’s job market.” The clothes donated will help women at job fairs and interviews.

If you want to make an impact in a woman’s life this month, donating lightly worn professional clothing to this cause, or one like it, can make the difference of a job for many.

 

Gurlification Presents: Pretty In The CityPrettyInPink

Saturday March 28, 2015 | 4-8PM | The Enterprise Center

Launched in late 2012 by Samia Young, Gurlification aims to “inspire girls and women to be ladylike through apparel, social media and signature events.” Pretty in the City brings young girls together to celebrate Women’s History Month. Co-hosted by Miss Teen Pennsylvania, Jasmine Daniels, and Ethical Music Entertainment/Forever Music Inc. recording artist, Bria Marie, the event will include a fashion show, live performances, mini-makeovers, youth development sessions and giveaways.

“I am so excited to be hosting Pretty In the City,” states Jasmine.”I want to demonstrate to girls and women of all ages that beauty is effortless and begins with loving yourself and feeling comfortable in your own skin.”

The models featured in the fashion show are from local foster homes including Turning Points for Children Foster Care Programs and Wordsworth Academy. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit foster care programs.

 

unnamedSincerely Chosen Live Interview Series

Wednesday, March 18th | 7-9 pm | Relish Restaurant

A perfect way to embrace Women’s History Month is to bring along the amazing women in your life and come to Relish for this month’s Sincerely Chosen Live Show. We will be honoring Women’s History Month, with special giveaways as a part of the celebration. This month’s show is also special because we have partnered up with Pier Entertainment to bring you an UP Close-Live Concert series. Come and join us, laugh, smile, eat, and pay tribute to all women! We promise you will leave feeling inspired. Stay tuned to SincerelyChosen.com for the unveiling of this month’s #SincerelyChosen interviewees.

 

Women’s History Self Guided TourWHMTour

Now through March 31st | National Constitution Center Philadelphia

Many native Philadelphians have not been to many museums and “tourist” spots since maybe their 1st grade class trip, but I will always be one to tell you – take advantage of what the city has to offer! Celebrating Women’s History Month by going to the National Constitution Center is a perfect way to celebrate women in history such as Susan B. Anythony, Sandra Day O’ Connor, and Betty Ford. What these women did for society still affects us today and that is pretty extraordinary.

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We hope this list helps you to celebrate this wonderful month of women! Remember to recognize the amazing women you have in your life, and appreciate all those working to empower women everywhere. It only takes one woman to make difference – but together we can achieve anything we set our minds too! See you all at the Sincerely Chosen event on March 18th at Relish. Bring your loved ones and together we will celebrate Women’s History Month, have some fun – and inspire each other to Empathize, Empower and Evolve!

Cheers!

– #SSTeam: Krissy Sheehan


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