|"JUDY THE BEAUTY"
TO BE HONORED
Lambda Archives 2010 Heroes, Pioneers and Trailblazers Awards
Friday, February 26th, 6pm at the LGBT Center in Hillcrest.
For more information and to make reservations go to Lambda Archive
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
March 1, 6 to 8pm- Opening
Celebration for Women's History Month. Claire de Lune Coffee House, North Park.
Music, Historic Re-enactments, Storytelling
March 6, Noon to 2
p.m. International Women's Day
WE Center for STAR (Support, Training and Assistance to Refugee)
International Rescue Committee
5348 University Ave.
Diego, CA 92105
March 8 - 7pm to 9pm- International
Women's Day, A celebration of this International Day at the Museum.
March 12 at 7pm - 8:30pm- The Martin Luther King Community Gospel Choir "Celebrating Our Sisters' Strength"
at the museum
March 13, 8am to noon Status of Women and Girls Forum Alumni Center, SDSU
March 18 - 6pm to 8pm "Finance,
Fashion and Philanthropy" at Bloomingdales in Fashion Valley.
March 21, 2pm "Bad Women, Good Lessons" One woman show, La Jolla Women's Club
March 23, noon 2pm Salute to Supervisors, County Admin Building, 4th Floor
March 25th -6 to 8pm
6 to 8pm at the Fashion Design Institute of Merchandising March 27, noon to midnight
Indie Fest in North Park
March 27th 5 to 9pm Women's Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Dinner UCSD Price Center
MORE DETAILS AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE AT WomensMuseumSD.org
Before February comes to an end, we invite you to take advantage of the best weather in the nation and celebrate A Day at the Bay in Chula Vista. At the end of the month, put on your creative side for an "Open Mike Nite" as we share stories, music and poetry which reflect our Black History in San Diego. And then, get ready to honor our very own, Judy the Beauty.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 11AM TO 5PM
Our Bay-Our Lives-Our Future
CHULA VISTA BAYFRONT PARK
"Our Bay-Our Lives-Our Future"
A BIG Event for Chula Vista and the South Bay.
Booths, Speakers and Performers all day long next to the J Street Boat
Launching Ramp at Bayfront Park.
- Running Grunion
Performance by Abel Silvas,
- He Nani O Polynesia Dance,
- The Fremonts, a
50's and 60's Blues Band,
- The Sooran Bushi Dance (Japanese Fisherman
Dance) by the Nihon no Soran Gakuen (San Diego Japanese School),
- Michelle Brown shares on Strong Diligence, Navajo sacred teachings
passed down from all our relatives-She is Navajo and her clans are Red
Running into the Water People and born for the Nearby Water's Edge.
- Chula Vista High School's Ballet Folklorico under the direction of
Call Chula Vista Kayak for more information. Bring the
whole Family! Call 619-422-3600.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 6 TO 9PM
OPEN MIKE NIGHT
Music, Poetry and Storytelling at the museum
We will gather to share stories, music and poetry which reflect the African American experience.
Don't be shy, let your creative voice be heard.
Refreshments will be served. Friends will be made.
Call the museum to reserve your space.
Location: 2323 Broadway, Suite 107, San Diego, 92102
MIND, BODY, BABY!
FEBRUARY 27, 10am - 2pm
Location: The Lounge, 655 G Street, San Diego 92101
Presented by WOMEN EVOLUTION,
this event is for you...if you're expecting, already a mother or just know one. If you want to experience Motherhood...experience it right!
Education for women on all aspects of motherhood, providing the tools necessary to enrich their physical, psychological, spiritual and financial health.Lunch...Gifts... Prizes...Fashion Show
$35 Advance (by 2/20) $40 Door
Register at WOMEN EVOLUTION
The community work of the museum is supported by the San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture and by individual members like you.