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Women's Museum of California

Preserving the Past, Inspiring the Future

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The Women's Museum of California's Speakers Bureau is a dynamic corps of academics, educators and community leaders. Its purpose is to arrange speaking engagements for nonprofit organizations, community meetings and school groups. Our speakers are experts on a variety of subjects including San Diego women of note, women and activism, women and the military, American women's history, American First Ladies, and the International Women's Movement.

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The Women’s Museum of California is an almost entirely volunteer-run organization. Volunteers are central to day to day operations, assisting Museum staff with exhibit research and installation, running the Museum gallery and store, supervising events, and more. We could not do it without selfless people like you! 

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What is the event about?

The relocation of the Women's Museum of California to the lovely environs of Liberty Station is a most welcome development. The museum's potential for growth and impact is apparent to all. "Capturing the Wonder of Women" is an exhilarating way to celebrate this important moment. The exhibition features a wide range of artistic works created by members of our complex and colorful community.

What is the event about?

Our 6th ANNUAL SAN DIEGO WINE, CHEESE, AND CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL took place on Friday June 21st at our new home in LIBERTY STATION. Over 50 wine, cheese, and chocolate makers came together for a night of tasting, dancing, and good fun.

Mark your calendar for our next Festival on the year's first summer night! JUNE 20, 2014.

Visit the new museum space at Barrack 16 and don't forget to bring all your friends!


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