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March 1st at – March 31st at

McLean County Museum of History

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Discover Local Women's History at the McLean County Museum of History! 

The Museum's latest Rotunda Installation will be up through the end of the month and features the stories of 30 impactful women from McLean County. For more information, Click here.

We're also lighting up the Museum purple and yellow March 22-24 in conjunction with an exciting program presented in collaboration with the League of Women Voters of McLean County. People of all ages are encouraged to join us for a free, interactive program exploring the last fifty years of women's rights on Saturday, March 23, from 2 to 4 p.m.

Focusing on four categories -- advancements in economic independence, political participation, activism, and education -- presenters will share stories of women from McLean County's past before opening up it for small group discussions facilitated by local leaders, who will also share their own stories in each category.  

This program will begin and end in the Museum's historic courtroom on the second floor. However, the small group discussions will occur in various locations throughout the building. Due to the interactive nature of this event, it will not be live-streamed. 

Questions? Contact education@mchistory.org.

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Discover Local Women's History at the McLean County Museum of History! 

The Museum's latest Rotunda Installation will be up through the end of the month and features the stories of 30 impactful women from McLean County. For more information, Click here.

We're also lighting up the Museum purple and yellow March 22-24 in conjunction with an exciting program presented in collaboration with the League of Women Voters of McLean County. People of all ages are encouraged to join us for a free, interactive program exploring the last fifty years of women's rights on Saturday, March 23, from 2 to 4 p.m.

Focusing on four categories -- advancements in economic independence, political participation, activism, and education -- presenters will share stories of women from McLean County's past before opening up it for small group discussions facilitated by local leaders, who will also share their own stories in each category.  

This program will begin and end in the Museum's historic courtroom on the second floor. However, the small group discussions will occur in various locations throughout the building. Due to the interactive nature of this event, it will not be live-streamed. 

Questions? Contact education@mchistory.org.