Maryland Women Make Their Mark
Date: Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Contact: Carrie Kiewitt
Everyone knows the story of Harriet Tubman, one of Maryland’s most prominent historical figures. But, do you know the first woman elected to both Maryland’s House of Delegates and the Senate? How about Laura Petty, a migrant worker, or the girl’s robotics team that competed in a tournament in southern Maryland?
Historic Annapolis invites you to learn the fascinating personal stories of these and other Maryland Women on Thursday, March 19, 10:30 am at O’Brien’s restaurant.
Presented by historian, Jean Russo, the one-hour lecture is followed by an optional lunch.
Please note that the lecture and lunch take place on the second floor of the restaurant, which is not handicapped accessible.
The cost of the lecture is $10 for Historic Annapolis members and volunteers, $15 for non-members. Lunch (optional) is an additional $12.
Reservations are required. Please visit the Calendar of Events at www.annapolis.org or call (410) 267-7619 to view the menu options and to sign up.
About Historic Annapolis:
Established in 1952, Historic Annapolis is the leading nonprofit preservation and history organization in Annapolis, Maryland. Our mission is to Preserve and Protect the historic places, objects, and stories of Maryland’s capital city, and provide engaging experiences that Connect people to the area’s diverse heritage. For more information or to get involved with Historic Annapolis, visit www.annapolis.org.