Great Ladies of the American Revolution: A Lecture Presented by First Lady Martha Washington
Thursday, March 1, 2018 - 6:00 PM

John’s Island Regional Library
While the men were busy founding the nation, what were the women up to? Martha Washington gives you the most amazing stories of revolutionary women who had courage, made sacrifices and used female intuition. Actress Maggie Worsdale brings the iconic Martha Washington to life.

 

 


Celebrating Women's History (ages 11 and older)
Monday, March 5, 2018 - 10:00 AM to Friday, March 16, 2018 - 6:00 PM

West Ashley Library
Celebrate Women's History Month, and receive a treat by telling us about the woman who inspired you the most.


Wednesday Women’s History Month Trivia (grades 6-12)
Wednesdays in March at 3:30 p.m.

John L. Dart Library
Test your knowledge about powerful women and their roles in making the world a better place.


Shine Bright Like a Diamond (ages 12-17)
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - 6:00 PM

Hurd/St. Andrews Regional Library
The Village Mentoring Group will teach teen girls in grades 5-12 helpful skills to increase mental and emotional empowerment in order to become a pillar in the community among their peers.


Ten Progressive Women of Early 20th Century Charleston
Thursday, March 29, 2018 - 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Main Library
A transformation of American society in the early decades of the 20th century facilitated the emergence of new generations of active, independent and influential women. Join CCPL's historian, Dr. Nic Butler, for a review of 10 of the most progressive and noteworthy women who helped transform Charleston into a more equitable and modern community.

Women's History Month Trivia (grades 6-12)
Main Library

Throughout March at the YA Services Desk
Stop by the Teen Lounge, and test your knowledge with our Women’s History Month trivia questions. Receive a delicious reward for correct answers.


Standing on the Shoulders of My Sisters: Walking in the Shoes of Courage
Saul Alexander Gallery at the Main Library

Throughout March
This group quilt work exhibit pays homage to Women of the African Diaspora and their contributions to American society. With each stitch sewn and stroke of a paint brush, these works tell the story of their lives from “Ain’t I A Woman” Sojourner Truth, founding member of the NAACP; to Ida B. Wells; to presidential candidate and first African-American woman elected to Congress Shirley Chisholm; to silhouettist Kara Walker. The First Monday Gallery Night opening reception will be held March 5 from 6-7 p.m.