Book Luncheon 2020
CELEBRATE WOMEN'S JOURNEY IN ART, EDUCATION & FILM
Join us for this exciting and enlightening presentation that will focus on three women's journeys; the choices they made and the challenges they may have faced along the way. Honor the 100th Anniversary of the Women's Right To Vote and Women's History Month at this League of Women Voters fundraiser luncheon.
SATURDAY, MARCH 14th at 10 am to 1:30 pm
ST ANTHONY HOSPITAL South Entrance, 11600 W 2nd Place, Lakewood 80228
Only $30 per person includes lunch and beverage
Thank you for your support!
Every Book Luncheon 2020 ticket is deductible as a $20 charitable contribution.
Artist and Author scheduled to appear:
ART: Adri Norris stated At an early age I knew I wanted to be an artist. Throughout all my life changes, from Barbados to New York to New Mexico, then joining the Marines, my passion for art was the one thing that persisted. My Women Behaving Badly series of paintings was born out of a desire to educate people about women from the past. My list of women numbers in the hundreds and I have barely scratched the surface. Portrait of Toni Morrison pictured left.
EDUCATION: Patricia Limerick author of Desert Passages, The Legacy of Conquest, Something in the Soil, and A Ditch in Time. Limerick has dedicated her career to bridging the gap between academics and the general public, to demonstrate the benefits of applying historical perspective to contemporary dilemmas and conflicts, and to make the case for humor as an essential asset of the humanities.
FILM: Barbara Bridges is the co-author of Hollywood: Herstory, An Illustrated History of Women in the Movies that documents womens contributions to the film industry since its founding in the 1890s. Some famous icons, some unknown, the book pays tribute to the spirit and talent of these filmmakers and artists.
There will be an opportunity to purchase their work. Bring check or cash.
St Anthony Hospital South Entrance / Conference (View)
11600 W 2nd Place
Lakewood, CO 80228
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|