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Women's History Month

March 1st-31st 2021

  • Celebrate Women’s History Month with William Allen High School. Follow the link and click on each picture to learn about the women who made an impact through our government. Women History Government - Google Slides.
  • William Allen High School also has a slide presentation about women in the sports industry. Click and learn about more than 15 women. Check it out at Women In Sports - Google Slides.
  • Muhlenberg Theatre and Dance celebrates Black Girl Magic with world premiere ‘Magic’. Written and directed by Kiyaana Cox Jones, Magic follows the story of a young Black girl with the same name who wakes up from an accident unable to remember what makes her magical. The play is a free event that is running from March 18th-19th at 7pm and March 20th-21st at 3pm. Patrons will have to register at http://muhlenberg.edu/seeashow.
  • The NIAPA and WHMC present “Rising Together” Participate in celebrating Women’s History with a day of inspirational talks, art, live debate, as well as entertainment coming from the women and girls who have shaped our regions. This event will be held virtually on March 20th from 12pm-6pm. Come early for virtual games and to hang out. Virtual doors open at 11. For more information on speakers, panel participates, features, and the event itself, please visit https://whennow.com/event/womens-history-month-2021-whmch-lehigh-valley-event.
  • Each week beginning on March 1st, the Allentown Arts Museum will be highlighting the women who are responsible for helping to make “Rembrandt Revealed”. Check out The Women Who Brought You Rembrandt Revealed - Allentown Art Museum for more.

Influential Women