227 North First Street
The Fulton County Library is featuring a program on women thru history. This will be held on Mondays from 6:30-7:30 from March 16-May 18. The library is located at 227 North First Street. Some topics include, why have women been treated differently to men in the past? How much has that changed over the centuries? Why the “Virtues” are always depicted as women? What are the challenges facing modern women of today? Come and join Nancy J. Walker & Jef Savage (Rostered Artists in PA), as they chart Women’s journey from the Ancient World through the centuries to Modern Day. This program is suitable for History, Social and Women’s Studies from 8th – 12th Grade & Adults. NO Reservations necessary ~ But we would like to know if you are interested so that the presenters can plan for your attendance. For more info call 717-485-5327. Funded by a grant from FirstEnergy Foundation.