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Women's Journal Writing Group
5 to 7pm
Wed, August 25

We are pleased to announce the formation of a WOMEN'S JOURNAL WRITING GROUP on Wednesdays at 5pm starting on AUGUST 25TH at the museum.

Join others in learning the process of Journal Writing based on a weekly theme chosen by the group.

No experience is necessary just a desire to learn the written reflective skills.

For more information call the museum or just show up at 5pm on August 25.

FREE





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Dine and Dance, Saturday, August 28
"The Fabulous Forties"
at the 3rd Annual Suffrage Ball (at the historic LaFayette Hotel) as we celebrate 90 years of voting rights for American women.
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It's time to commit to the best dine and dance event of the summer!
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The 3rd Annual Suffrage Ball takes place on Saturday, August 28th from 6pm to 11pm at the historic LaFayette Hotel, 2223 El Cajon Blvd.

Built in 1946 this hotel is the perfect backdrop for our "Fabulous Forties" dinner and dance and the 40s sounds of the Sue Palmer Orchestra.

Dress up in 40s attire. Eat 40s food and drinks in the atmospheric Mississippi Room with it's famous "clam shell" stage and dance floor.
Costume and Dance Contests.

Seating is limited.  Make your reservation now on-line at www.womensmuseumsd.org

Or call the museum at 619 233-7963.


PARADE PARTICIPANTS QUALIFY FOR DISCOUNTED TICKETS... SEE BELOW!
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But first, a Parade!  Thursday, August 26 at 5pm
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It's Women's Equality Day and we invite you to join in our 4th Annual Suffragist Parade in Balboa Park.

Wear Suffragist clothing...bring your banners and your signs, your sashes and march across the Laurel Street Bridge to the Organ Pavilion for a picnic and a FREE concert.

Meet at 5pm at the Kate Sessions statue on the West end of the Laurel Street Bridge
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PRESENTERS INCLUDE:
Tryce Czyczynska - 51%
Lorena Gonzalez - CEO , San Diego & Imperial Counties Labor Council
Tierra Gonzalez-Hammonds,  High School Student  and Miss Teen SD County
Abby Schwarts - Director of Women's Resources - LGBT Center
Gloria Johnson - Co-President SD County Chapter of NOW
Julius Syvšnen, Women's Equity Council, United Nations Association of San Diego
Susan Baer, Ph.D., Co-President, League of Women Voters of San Diego
Evie Kosower, President, Older Women's League of San Diego
Eunis Christensen, President, AAUW, San Diego Branch
San Diego Women's Drum Circle
EMCEES: Anne Hoiberg and Ashley Gardner, Women's History Museum


Parade participants can receive a discount to the Suffrage Ball on August 28th.

For more info call the museum at 619 233-7963.
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And FREE at the La Jolla Playhouse
August 21 at 5pm
LOVE STRUCK: An evening of art, high fashion and theatre and vintage clothing from the museum collection curated by Anjela Piccard.
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Inspired by La Jolla Playhouse's current production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, LOVE STRUCK is a very fun and amorous runway fashion & high art experience set in the rolling garden area outside of LJP's Weiss Theatre.

The evening begins at 5:00 pm with a music-infused cocktail mixer and art exhibition on the Playhouse's Weiss Lawn, followed by a vintage apparel showing, featuring the Women's History Museum collection, at 6:00 pm. At 7:15 pm will be a high fashion runway show with a special introduction from Playhouse Artistic Director and Midsummer director Christopher Ashley.

The evening caps off with a performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream at 8:00 pm. Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase discounted tickets to Midsummer for $40.00.

Admission to LOVE STRUCK is FREE and open to all-ages. DJ Rob "Hitman" Hartz spins throughout. There will be a full-service themed bar for 21 & up guests.

Produced by Jon Block Creations, and curated by Anjela Piccard, this Theater-Fashion-Art experience is the latest JBC production to merge multiple creative mediums while bringing top San Diego talent to the forefront.