The Woman’s Century Club’s monthly program at Dearborn House

When:
Friday, March 15, 2019 - 12:00 pm @ 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
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Where:
Dearborn House on First Hill (Historic Seattle HQ)
1117 Minor
Cost:
$5 donation for members, $10 donation for guests; includes light lunch
Contact:
Woman's Century Club

The Woman’s Century Club is a social club focused on women’s history, the arts, education, and community service. It was founded in 1891 in Seattle by Carrie Chapman Catt, who went on to co-found the League of Women Voters in 1920, after she and her fellow suffragists won the long struggle for the right to vote.
As we move toward the centennial of US women’s suffrage, help us continue the club’s legacy by joining us for monthly programs at Dearborn House on First Hill, the stately headquarters of Historic Seattle. RSVP to pr@womanscenturyclub.org.
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March 2019 topic: The iconic Showbox theater, now part of the Pike Place Market Historic District, was threatened with demolition in 2018 and still faces an uncertain future. Learn more about it from our distinguished panelists:
–Sara Patton, Friends of the Market
–Eugenia Woo, Historic Seattle
–Shannon Welles, Showbox
A light lunch will be served.
#savetheshowbox

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