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HerStory - Celebrate Women's History Month!


Description: Discover what life was like for women and girls in historic Native American Tribes. Be inspired by women who support the environment, and tour the home of a suffragette, Francis Osborne Kellogg. 
Date: 3/11/2018
Time:1:00 pm-4:00 pm 
Location:Kellogg Environmental Center
 500 Hawthorne Avenue
Accessibility:Handicapped parking available, wheelchair accessible, for additional needs contact Sue Quincy at (203)734-2513.
Fee:$3 per Girl Scout HerStory patch included. $3 per adult
Registration:Registration required
Contact:Donna Kingston at (203)734-2513
Details:This program is open to all girls, grades 6 through 8. You need not be a scout to participate.

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