Date(s) - 3 Jun 2017
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Southwest Unitarian Universalist Church
6320 Royalton Rd.
North Royalton, OH 44133
The women in history study group began because of our desire to learn more about our foremothers. We recognize our debt to the many, largely unknown women who worked and suffered in their attempts to achieve equality for all women. Their efforts have made our lives easier. We read books to share their stories.
We read a book as a group, so no outside reading or book purchase is necessary. On Saturday, July 1, we will be starting a new book: “America’s Women: 400 Years of Dolls, Drudges, Helpmates, and Heroines” by Gail Collins. To quote the book jacket, the author “charts a journey that shows how women lived, what they cared about, and how they felt about marriage, sex, and work. All the famous women are here, but they share the stage with the ordinary women of every era who survived their roles as dolls, drudges, helpmates.”
We meet the first Saturday of each month at 3:30. We’re not meeting in June but will start our new book on July 1. Many of us go out to dinner after the meeting. We would be happy to welcome new people to our group.