|Lunch at library will focus on stories of women's lives|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 09 March 2013 09:21|
Wood County District Public Library invites the public to a brown bag lunch Friday at noon in celebration of Women's History Month.
Join Alyce Walden and friends will share stories of women's lives in Wood County and how technology and social change have affected us all.
Lunch guests are encouraged bring photos and mementos of life in Wood County which they may wish to share with the library's Black Swamp Memories project. The photos will be scanned and returned to guests after the program.
Space is limited, so reserve a place by calling the library at (419) 352-5104.
This program is free and is presented in collaboration with the Wood County Genealogical Society and the Wood County Historical Center & Museum, and through the support of the Friends of the Library.
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