Her Story: Past, Present, Future

Presentation: Women of the Marin Headlands

A partnership with National Park Service/Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Sunday, 3/7/2021
11:00 - 12:00
Virtual Library

United States

During Women’s History Month, National Park Ranger Lara Volski provides a look at different women who have played a role in the history, stewardship and preservation of the seaswept bluffs and coastal prairies just north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Listen in to learn more about the historic role of women within Coast Miwok villages, blustery light stations, WW2 and Cold War military defense systems and the creation of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

Tune in on YouTube.


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Programs spotlighting women's history, rights and current issues.

HERstory is SFPL's celebration of Women's History Month, spotlighting authors, thinkers, visionaries and artists during the month of March. Program offerings are for all ages. 

This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

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