Philly celebrates the achievements and successes of women all throughout March with a variety of exciting panel discussions, events, tours and more for Women’s History Month.
Some really uplifting and fun events honoring women include cathartic group discussions for women of color at Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books; a dance party featuring all-female DJs spinning music by women at the Ruba Club; and an event that highlights opportunities for girls and women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics at The Franklin Institute.
For audiences looking for guidance in work and life, networking events and engaging panel discussions featuring some of today’s brightest women entrepreneurs and professionals take place at the National Liberty Museum and the Free Library of Philadelphia.
And, of course, many major attractions in Philadelphia are celebrating Women’s History Month, including the Betsy Ross House and the Powel House. See both of those sites and more while learning about three centuries of history-making Philadelphia women during a special after-hours guided tour, complete with snacks and drinks provided by Quaker City Mercantile.
Check out our picks for Women’s History Month events in Philly, below.