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Women's Museum of California

Preserving the Past, Inspiring the Future

Second Sunday Author Series with Sylvia Mendoza

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Second Sunday Author Series: Women’s Voices, Women’s Stories A Collaboration of the Women’s Museum of California and San Diego Writers, Ink 4:30-5:30 pm at the Women’s Museum, Barracks 16, Liberty Station, $5.00

This monthly series features women writers of fiction, nonfiction, memoir, poetry, and other genres who will read from or perform their work and engage in dialogues with audience members.

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Stop by the Museum every second and fourth Saturday of the month at 2:00 pm for a free tour (with paid admission to the gallery) of our current exhibit and two permanent exhibits. Learn about the history of the Museum and get inspired by notable women from the past.

Learn about our current exhibits here

2017 In Review: A Living Newspaper

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Join Black Kat as we give our unique and hilarious take on the best and worst of 2017. From Russian hacking to border walls, Donald, Harvey and everything in between. You won't want to miss this sketch comedy Year In Review!

Directed & Choreographed by Tisha Tumangan
Edited by Michael Demoret
Written by Michael Demoret, Pat Hartley, Kevin Sattler, Kathryn Schellinger & Tisha Tumangan

Curtain 7:30P. Doors open 7:00P
18 & Up
Tickets $15 

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FRIDAY NIGHT LIBERTY is our favorite night of the month!!  Join us April 7th and enjoy complimentary refreshments at the Women's Museum and many locations around Liberty Station.  Easy parking, lovely strolling through the park--like atmosphere to many galleries, shops, museums, and restaurants.  Music and art shows outside and in. Come explore the Women's Museum and the Arts District Liberty Station.

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Women of the Gaslamp... A Walking Tour

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"The Women of the Gaslamp Quarter". . . a walking tour

Meet downtown San Diego for "A Walking Tour of the Gaslamp Quarter District" with highlights of the women who lived in the district, women who helped improve the lives of people living in the district, and those women who helped to "clean up" the district. Questions: What role did Lydia Knapp Horton and Dr. Charlotte Baker play in the district? Josie Earp? Clara Shortridge Foltz? Joan Crawford? We also will give a special nod to many of the 93 historic buildings.

 

The Big White Dress: Evolving Traditions of the American Wedding

The Women's Museum of California will showcase the evolving styles of American wedding gowns from the 1860s to today by displaying 12 wedding dresses from various decades.

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The Women's Museum of California will be closed today, October 12th. We apologize for the inconvenience

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